The Caribbean’s most cherished private island retreat, Petit St Vincent
Petit St Vincent, or ‘PSV’ as it is known by it’s loyal following of returning guests, is a luxurious private island paradise tucked away in the Grenadine Island of the West Indies. A tropical barefoot hideaway offering guests the rare chance to take one’s foot off the normal day to day urban technological clutch.
Located just 12 degrees north of the equator, lapped by a prevailing Atlantic breeze, and bathed in tropical sunshine, this elusive Caribbean escape ensures a naturally refreshing environment year round for travellers that like to venture slightly off the beaten path, but who will appreciate 2 miles of stunning white-sand beaches surrounded by clear turquoise waters with rich tropical reefs that are scuba and snorkelling heaven.
Aside from offering the comforts of a luxury resort, ultimate privacy and an understated yet attentive service, there exists a conspicuous and deliberate absence of connectivity to the outside world: no TV’s, phones or internet in the beach front villas and elevated bluff cottages, encouraging you to unwind, relax and enjoy each other’s company without any unwanted distractions. The personalised service from the 130 island staff ensures that quests’ needs are always a priority, executed in a discreet manner, best epitomised by the famous flags that can be raised or lowered at each cottage to summon room service!
Cottages and Villas
A chic yet ecologically sustainable resort that encompasses the entire 115 acres of the privately owned island, offering just 22 newly renovated, guest cottages and villas hidden amongst untouched natural beauty, seclusion is guaranteed.
Built of native stone and wood, and discreetly scattered over hillsides, cliffs and beaches, each beautifully designed 1 bedroom cottage or 2 bedroom villa is decorated in marine shades and tangled driftwood furnishings reflecting the islands uncluttered vibe. All accommodations now feature completely new bathroom and shower facilities.
Amongst the islands facilities are a Balinese managed spa and wellness complex, two restaurants offering delicious cuisine, an extensively stocked wine cellar and professionally crewed water sports centre.
The new beach bar and restaurant allows guests and visitors alike to mingle over late lunches, or even later cocktail drinks, under thatched roofs and palm trees, feet in the sand right at the water’s edge. This place whispers laid back relaxation and barefoot elegance. It is also the perfect spot on the island to watch a fiery, orange and purple-tinted sunset.