June 12, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Guana Island in Guana Island, British Virgin Islands
Imagine 850 acres of undisturbed natural beauty - an entire private island with eight white sand beaches to call your own. This is Guana Island in the British Virgin Islands, where the caress of the Caribbean meets the vast sweep of the Atlantic. Boasting a tradition of low-key luxury and acres of privacy per guest, this former sugarcane plantation offers some of the most distinctive accommodations in the region. From the exclusive Beach Cottage, which is the only house on the island's stunning north shore, to the hilltop private hideaways that boast private terraces and commanding sea views - Guana Island is a true discovery.
Whether bathing in gentle trade winds on your patio or taking a massage on White Bay Beach, you will revel in the art of relaxation. You can explore miles of hiking and walking trails, and if you are feeling energetic, climb to the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain. For yoga you will find the calm of the Garden of Eden, and when snorkeling you can claim your own reef. From deep-sea fishing and scenic cruises to fresh seafood dinners and castaway picnics on secluded beaches, island living has never been so sublime.
Location of Guana Island
Nearest Airport: EIS
Amenities for Guana Island
- General Information
- 18 Guest Rooms
- Private Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Laundry Service
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Tennis Courts
- In-Room Amenities
- No Televisions or Telephones
- Private Terraces
- Table Tennis
- Bocce Ball
- Active & Adventure
- All Inclusive
Reviews for Guana Island
Guana Island was absolutely wonderful. We spent 3 nights on the Island and loved every second. It is peaceful, humble and beautiful. If you are looking for a romantic getaway it feels private and remote, with the option of socialising with other guests if you choose to. We opted for group dining each night and met some interesting and lovely people. These people, along with the staff, made our holiday (honeymoon) even more special. We spent the days together exploring the Island and making the most of the beautiful beaches. Iguanas strolled past our room as we sat on the balcony looking out to sea. We swam in the warm water, used the watersports equipment and went snorkelling and sailing around the island. If we had more time there we would have gone on the castaway to a remote beach where you are packed a picnic and champagne. The orchard tour was absolutely amazing, and really gives you an idea of how passionate Guana is about food and growing heir own produce. We couldn't recommend Guana enough, it really was a special few days we spent there.
Guana Island is fabulous!! 850 acres to explore. Terrific hiking trails. 7 beaches (you do have to hike to some of these-which is fun in itself). Only 15 rooms.That's only 30 guests max. One of the most attentive and by far friendliest staffs we've encountered. Neat accommodations. Outstanding chef with 3 gourmet meals a day included (you can even gourmet dine for lunch at the beach every day if you wish). Did I mention you'll have the expansive beach almost to yourself. All kinds of non-motorized water sports. Good snorkeling in crystal clear waters. If you are looking for quiet, some good ole fashioned pampering I can't think of a better place...and we've been to a bunch of difference places in the Caribbean. This has to be #1.
Larry G - Washington DC, District of Columbia
This was our second trip to Guana and will certainly not be our last. As we did last year, we found exactly the right combination of activity (hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding) and relaxation (lounging on the beach, floating in the water). The staff continue to be just wonderful and really make your stay perfect in every way. There are only 15 or so rooms, including villas, which are variable in size, whether they need and have AC, and the different views. Call for reservations and talk to Jason about what you're looking for. We've stayed in Fallen Jerusalem #1 twice and just loved it. The wildlife was in full view this year and we saw stout iguanas every day, a great array of birds, sea turtles around the dock and raft -- clearly the work to keep the island healthy and productive is working. The orchard also looks to be thriving and we loved seeing the new chickens. We also had the right combination of "alone time" and social time and met really interesting and enjoyable people again. The food was fantastic. This is a truly special place and we're so grateful to know we can come back again.
Kathleen E - Atlanta, Ga
I really wish I could lie and tell everyone that Guana was overrated and poorly run so that it never becomes discovered...and I kind of hope that the eclectic group of patrons quietly continue to visit year after year and nothing ever changes...because Guana in simply the best. I cannot find one negative comment to make about the experience my wife and I just had on Guana Island. From the ride over on their private boat from the airport to the warm greeting we received even though we missed our connecting flight and arrived late in the evening (where they kept the kitchen staff up to feed us a welcome meal). The island is stunning, the staff beyond superb, the accommodations with views that will blow your mind at every turn. It was the first vacation in a very long time where we could truly unplug and focus on nothing but happiness because that is the vibe this place (and the staff) gives off. If you are looking for crazy nightlife, parties, casinos, flashing lights, and people with attitudes telling you how rich they are, then avoid Guana. This place is for real people with interesting backgrounds from all walks of life. One last comment...the food...I am a foody and I will honestly say that Guana competes head to head with some of the finest restaurants I have visited in the world.
Businessman4000 - Sparta, Illinois
This is the most perfect place, ever. The room was wonderful. We had a great view and every morning we lounged around in our robes drinking nespresso before heading to breakfast. The meals were fantastic. It was like eating at a top restaurant every lunch and night. You have the choice to be on communal tables or to dine privately. We mixed it up, but the communal tables are where you get to meet interesting people. The beaches, hikes, water sports all make for a very entertaining vacation. Do as much or as little as you want. The staff are fabulous. They greet everyone with a smile. Not everyone will get an opportunity to go to Guana, but if you do, don't hesitate. You will never regret it
nicolatwig - san diego