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Palm Island Resort & Spa break

7 days from £4,080pp

Highlights

  • An adult orientated castaway island with five white sand beaches and lush jungle.
  • Rooms are decorated with Caribbean charm and offer garden, beach or ocean views.
  • Two onsite restaurants serve fresh Caribbean dishes, and private dining in the pergola is a memorable experience.
  • There are a huge variety of experiences on the island, including sailing to nearby Union Island.

Price includes

  • All accommodation
  • Scheduled international and domestic flights

Palm Island Resort & Spa

Our rating: First Class

Rooms

Rooms are spread across the northwest coast of the island. Each has its own private terrace or balcony, air conditioning, fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. There is no Wi-Fi or television in the room to enable you to switch off from technology and enjoy island life. Furnished with Caribbean fabrics, wooden furniture and exposed beams, they encourage a laid-back, Caribbean ambience. 

Location

Palm Island is a 135 acre island in the south of the Grenadine Archipelago. The resort is centred along its west coast, running alongside Casuarina Beach, the largest of the island’s silver-white sand beaches. Open to day-tripping sailors from yachts exploring the Caribbean, the beach is home to a small marina and beach bar.

Other than a handful of privately owned villas, the rest of the island is only accessible to resort residents. Smaller, secluded beaches line the southern coast, accessible by hiking trail, bicycle or boat.

The small town of Clifton, on Union Island, is a 15-minute boat ride away with a range of shops, restaurants and bars.

Food and drink

There are two restaurants with menus focused on fresh produce with an eclectic mix of Caribbean and international dishes.

The Royal Palm restaurant serves a buffet breakfast and à la carte lunch and dinner. Open to hotel guests only, it provides an elegant dining experience. A dainty afternoon tea is served daily and the romantic lamp-lit bar stays open until the early hours.

Set on the beach, the Sunset Grill is open to guests and visitors from yachts moored offshore, serving à la carte lunches. It stays open until sunset, a perfect place for a sundowner. It’s also possible to book a private dinner on the beach.

Families

To maintain a relaxed ambiance on the island, there is an age restriction of 16 years old from 3rd January to 23rd April each year. At other times of the year, this is reduced to 12 years old. It’s worth noting there are no children's facilities available.

Local excursions

The area is a paradise for sailors and the hotel’s concierge will be happy to arrange one of the many sailing trips available. Sail to the nearby islands of Union or Mayreau for lunch and a spot of shopping or explore one of the many snorkelling sites. A day sailing on a traditional 60 ft schooner is particularly unique.

With a serene ambience, this is a wonderful choice for honeymooners and couples looking for relaxed seclusion. There’s a laid-back, community feel to the bars and plenty of hidden spots to enjoy by yourselves.

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Excellent for

  • No Children

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