Long regarded as one of the world’s greatest getaways, Rosewood Little Dix Bay offers a level of refinement unrivaled in the Caribbean. An eco-tourism destination long before the term was ever coined, the exclusive resort, developed by conservationist Laurance Rockefeller over half a century ago, celebrates Virgin Gorda’s untamed natural beauty. Following a multi-million dollar renovation and redesign, the resort’s accommodations offer an iconic blend of relaxed luxury, with three open-air dining experiences. Relaxation comes in the form of an award-winning cliff-side spa. Hiking trails, a tennis center and an array of watersports to satisfy those inclined to active pursuits. From the gracious service of beach attendants offering chilled fruit and cocktails to the fine-tuned efficiency of the resort’s butler staff, guests are treated to unobtrusive attentiveness and embraced with warm Caribbean hospitality.
Located within 500 acres of untamed natural gardens on Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands, Rosewood Little Dix Bay is surrounded by astonishingly clear blue seas, rugged hills, beautiful isolated beaches and spectacular geological formations.
Nestled amid the gardens and shaded footpaths that edge the half-mile crescent beach, or resting on the lush hillside above, the resort’s 42 rooms and 39 suites and villas have been designed to blend into and incorporate the island’s tropical landscape. Each comfortably outfitted accommodation offers a stylish interior mirroring the soothing tones of the island’s pristine sands, ancient boulders and cooling waters, as well as a host of thoughtful amenities. All rooms are set just steps from the beach, while the suites offer the added enjoyment of a signature outdoor shower.
Sugar Mill: A casually chic open-air setting, this intimate beachside lounge serves tapas, handcrafted artisanal cocktails and affords panoramic views of the bay from every table.
Reef House: Steps from the beach, the Reef House enjoys beautiful views of the ocean and serves a menu of relaxed yet innovative local cuisine with true farm to table inspiration.
Pavilion: Situated at the heart of the resort beneath vaulted rooftops, the open-air Pavilion offers Indian and West Indian inspired cuisine paired with sweeping postcard views of the sea
Rum Room: A classic Caribbean setting for refreshing libations, light fate and aged rate rum from around the globe