British-Virgin-Islands | Caribbean
- LocationLittle Sisters
- Country/State British-Virgin-Islands
- Region Caribbean
Sugary sand beaches. Whispering breezes. Tranquil, turquoise waters. Experience a private island paradise that is truly unique. Exuding a casual, welcoming informality, this British Virgin Island resort is synonymous with unparalleled relaxation, as well as with exceptional weather, making its appeal irresistible.
If you are seeking a distinctive retreat, there is no better place in the Caribbean than Peter Island Resort. The largest private island in the British Virgin Islands is an oasis for those wishing to truly get away and distance themselves from everyday concerns.
With more staff members than guests, this B.V.I. resort affords an extraordinary level of service in a wonderfully tranquil setting. The pristine beaches, rejuvenating spa, comfortable accommodations and delightfully fresh and inspired cuisine combine to provide an unparalleled tropical escape.
Depending on season:
Exclusive 3 Bedroom Villa for USD 3,600 to 6,600 per night.
Exclusive 4 Bedroom Villa for USD 6,700 to 12,300 per night.
Exclusive 6 Bedroom Villa for USD 12,900 to 26,000 per night.
Including breakfast, lunch, afternoon refreshments and dinner. All villas are reserved in their entirety.
The British Virgin Islands are located approximately 1,200 miles southeast of Miami and 70 miles east of Puerto Rico. Peter Island is just five miles south of Tortola and is served by ferry, helicopter and our private yacht. It is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Drake's Channel, six breathtaking bays, and 20 secluded coves.
The main resort complex is situated on the north and east side of the vast island which has 1,800 acres of lush mountainous terrain, miles of hiking trails, and five gorgeous white sandy beaches. Deadman's Bay holds the largest and most spectacular beach with towering coconut palms lining calm, protected waters for excellent windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling, and other watersports.
An open-air lobby welcomes you to this tropical paradise. Whether you select an Ocean View room or suite in the luxurious hotel or choose a more spacious and private villa, you will find the accommodations at Peter Island Resort intimate, comfortable and well-appointed. A tapestry of textures, moods and colors, our Ocean View Caribbean suites masterfully blend Caribbean-influenced architecture with the vivid natural surroundings. The rooms offer welcomed privacy, yet are only steps from the large freshwater pool.
Exceptional cuisine, an elegant wine room, and open-air restaurants await the guests. Peter Island Resort is known throughout the Caribbean as much for its innovative cuisine as its inspired scenery and artfully combines international favorites with island flair. Classic yet contemporary dishes fused with Asian and Italian culinary influences are served with unmistakable warmth by the personable Caribbean staff of Peter Island.
Resort menus showcase seasonal ingredients, simply prepared and beautifully presented. The cuisine adds new signature dishes including rum-basted tropical lamb satays with grilled pineapple and coconut-lime sauce and seared filet of tuna marinated in a Japanese blend of soy sauce, rice vinegar and sesame oil.
While savoring a bite of any dish that crosses your palate, raise a glass to our new Executive Chef, Michael Clinton, who recently joined the Peter Island Resort team from the Constance Lemuria Resort in Praslin, Seychelles.
Sports attire is worn throughout the day. Cover-ups are worn over swimsuits during breakfast and lunch. In the Tradewinds restaurant dining and lounge areas after 6 p.m., ladies wear elegant casual clothing, while gentlemen wear collared shirts and slacks, whereas jeans, tennis shoes and open toed shoes are not appropriate for men's evening wear. Sport coats and ties and cocktail dresses are optional. At Deadman's Beach Bar & Grill, casual wear and shorts can be worn for dinner.
Peter Island, B.V.I., activities are an invigorating, diverse blend of extraordinary adventures and simple pleasures.
On the resort’s private island, you can laze on six quiet beaches or play along the shore in 20 secluded coves. You can luxuriate at the spa, swing in a hammock or cool off in any number of pools. Whether you want to snorkel or scuba dive in B.V.I., glide across the blue-green waters on a sailboat, sport fish, or hike the trails in search of the perfect sunset view, it is an island paradise you'll never forget. You can also choose a day of shopping with an excursion to St. Thomas. On land or sea, Peter Island, B.V.I., activities offer something to suit every guest.
· Hobie Wave sailboats
· Laser sailboats
· snorkeling equipment
· 4 Tru-flex tennis courts (2 lighted)
· swimming pool
· fitness center
· hiking/biking trails
· nightly movies
· weekly managers cocktail party
· Sunfish sailboats
· sea kayaks (singles & doubles)
· mountain bicycles
· half-court basketball
· windsurfing boards & sails
· beach volleyball
· beach picnics
· horticulture tours
· transportation to remote beaches
· deep-sea fishing
· scuba diving
· snorkeling trips
· bareboat sailing charters
· tennis lessons
· catered theme parties
· golf on St. Thomas
· shopping on St. Thomas
· BVI island tours
· spa services
· "Silmaril" yacht charters
· Vitner’s wine-pairing dinner
· conference facilities
· beach parties
· wedding arrangements
· jeep rentals on Tortola
· helicopter island tours
· day trip to Virgin Gorda & The Baths
Guests fly into Beef Island Airport, Tortola via San Juan, St. Thomas, Antigua, or St. Maarten, then they transfer to Peter Island via our private yacht. Transfers from Beef Island Airport are USD 55 per person/round trip.
The most direct way to fly to the BVI from North America is via San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Guests visiting from Europe can fly nonstop to Antigua daily on major carriers. Frequent connecting service is offered by American Eagle, Liat, Caribbean Sun and Cape Air, with occasional service by other airlines and charter flights. The Beef Island Airport has daily service from San Juan.
Helicopter service is available from St. Thomas or San Juan and will land on the island's private heliport.
Peter Island Resort is happy to announce a service to make our beautiful private island destination even more accessible to certain US gateways. Our own private ferry will be available on Tuesdays as well as Saturdays to meet our guests who fly directly to St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.
Seafarers traveling in their own craft may arrive by private yacht or sailboat and dock at Peter Island's Sprat Bay, located across Drake's Channel from Road Town, Tortola. Island visitors are asked to contact Peter Island Resort in advance of their arrival
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The territory has a sub-tropical climate with little variation between summer and winter and a diurnal temperature range of 77 to 85 °F (25 to 29 °C). As a result of its position in the northeast trade winds belt, temperature usually drops 10 °F (6 °C) at night. The trade winds blow at a constant speed for most of the year. Rainfall averages 40 inches (102 cm) per year along the coastal areas, and reaching over 70 inches (178 cm) in the mountainous area. The wettest months are from September to December with February to April, the driest. The primary hurricane season is from June to November.
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