Petit St Vincent

St Vincent & The Grenadines, Caribbean

  • From €1,101/night
  • Private Island
  • 28 Bedrooms
  • 28 Bathrooms
  • Sleeps 56

Recognised as one of the world’s most enchanting hideaways, Petit St Vincent is an island hanging off the southern tip of the Grenadines. This laid back island offers privacy amid natural beauty whilst maintaining the luxurious comforts and service of a leading resort.

One of the most charming qualities of Petit St Vincent is their emphasis on eco-sustainability, ensuring that the delicate ecosystem surrounding the tropical island is preserved and respected for years to come.

The accommodation is made up of twenty two cottages dotted around the island ensuring privacy and all take full advantage of the stunning views. Whether you would prefer to be nestled amongst the bluffs, or a few steps away from the turquoise sea, the stunning Atlantic Ocean views surrounding Grenadine islands can be enjoyed.

Although there are two restaurants on Petit St Vincent, destination dining is a key ingredient to your dining experience.

With fresh local ingredients and a talented team of chefs, you are invited to gorge on not only their savoury delights but also sensory - why not settle in on the end of the Atlantic Beach pier to watch the sunset while you eat, or simply enjoy a vintage bottle of wine on a deserted, tiny, atoll named Mopion.

Sailing through the natural beauty of the Grenadine islands, enjoying a rewarding 80m hike along a winding path through banyan and frangipani trees, or exploring the underwater world at their new Jean Michel Cousteau Dive Centre - there are enough activities to keep even the ultra-energetic amongst you busy!

At A Glance
  • A 115 acre tropical island
  • 22 spacious cottages (all free from TV's, phones and wifi)
  • Wellness centre & Spa
  • Two restaurants – one hillside and one beachside
  • Dine at the end of the Atlantic Beach pier
  • Low key on-island activities include: yoga, spa, water sports
  • Boat charters readily available for day excursions
  • Jean Michel Cousteau Dive Centre
  • Effortless Caribbean charm with a touch of elegance
  • Ability to tune out from the world
  • ✓ BBQ
  • ✓ Chef
  • ✓ Concierge Service
  • ✓ Daily Maid Service
  • ✓ On the Beach
  • ✓ Restaurant
  • ✓ Swimming Pool
  • ✓ Watersports / Toys
  • ✓ Wifi


If you’re looking for a Robinson Crusoe kind of getaway, then the unspoilt white sandy beaches and tranquil islands of St Vincent & The Grenadines is an ideal choice. In fact, it really doesn’t get any more barefoot luxury than this in the Caribbean.

Situated to the west of Barbados and south of St Lucia, and forming part of the Windward Islands, the best way to reach these little pieces of paradise in the sea is by plane from nearby Barbados which makes it an excellent two-centre option for those wanting to see more of what the region has to offer.

From St. Vincent's lush tropical rainforest full of eco-adventures, to the idyllic beaches, coral reefs and turquoise lagoons of The Grenadines, for the epitome of luxury and escapism, nowhere else comes close. 

Canouan has the longest private runway in the Grenadines, perfect for arrival by private jet, or if you prefer to arrive by sea then you can drop anchor in the country’s first super yacht marina. Both of these things make it no surprise that this island is one of the most exclusive holiday destinations in the Caribbean. 

The islands location also make it a prime destination for yachties, with easy day sails and an island always in sight, their tranquil blue seas are the perfect place to relax, explore and enjoy all the Caribbean has to offer.

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May is the hottest month in Kingstown with an average temperature of 29°C and the coldest is January at 27°C with the most daily sunshine hours at 10 in March. Read More

May is the hottest month in Kingstown with an average temperature of 29°C and the coldest is January at 27°C with the most daily sunshine hours at 10 in March. The wettest month is July with an average of 17cm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 29°C.

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Prices below based on a One Bedroom Cottage:
from EURO 7,100 per week - Nov, Dec, May - July
from EURO 10,100 per week - January - April
from EURO 12,115 per week - Christmas and New Year

Closed between August and October

3 meals daily, all non-alcoholic beverages, the use of non-motorised water sports and facilities of the resort

An 11% government tax and a 10% service charge in lieu of tipping (21% total)

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