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October 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Palm Island Resort & Spa in Palm Island, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

More than just a holiday hideaway, Palm Island is a place where you can slow down and rediscover the healing properties of nature. Situated on its own 135-acre island in the Caribbean's Grenadines, it offers a small number guest rooms and suites in order to insure individual attention. From Plantation Suites to stilted Loft Cottages, to the fabulous Southern Cross Villa, great care has been taken to ensure that architecture blends into its surroundings. Best of all are the five sugar sand beaches and surroundings of some of the clearest waters of the Caribbean.

Upon waking you might indulge in a "Touched by an Angel" massage or sail the Scaramouche, which was featured in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean. Additional boating excursions have been masterfully designed to introduce you to the nearby islands, including Mustique, Petit Saint Vincent and the Tobago Cays, where you can snorkel the astoundingly clear waters. Palm Island's natural tranquility is enhanced by the absence of cars, televisions, phones and motorized water sports. However, recreational facilities so include tennis, a freeform meandering swimming pool with cascading waterfalls, and complimentary kayaking, sunfish sailing and windsurfing. Land lovers will enjoy an open-air fitness room, hiking, bicycles and a 9-hole "pitch-and-putt" golf course. Visiting with indigenous iguanas on the walking trails and sail out at sunset to find the elusive green flash when the sun meets the water. After, you can enjoy tantalizing Euro-Caribbean cuisine that takes full advantage of the area's fresh seafood.

Location of Palm Island Resort & Spa

Palm Island Resort & Spa
Palm Island, Union Island
Palm Island, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Nearest Airport: UNI

Amenities for Palm Island Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 42 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • 2 Bars
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Picnics
  • Oceanfront Dining
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Spa on Property
  • Library
  • Gift Shop
  • Walking Trails
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Live Entertainment
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Beach Access
  • Lounge
  • Barbeque Area
  • Tennis Court
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • No Televisions or Telephones
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Bottled Water
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Croquet
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Excursions
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Nature Walks
  • Yoga
  • Fly Fishing
  • Boat Excursions
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Table Tennis
  • Bird Watching
  • Shuffleboard
  • Golf
  • Water Sports Programs
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Beaches
  • Interests
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Palm Island Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Palm Island is enchanting! The amazing impression it left after our first visit a few years ago meant that on our return this summer we got married there. `The whole experience was incredible. The flight and boat transfers from the Uk were handled seamlessly and within my first few steps off the boat i was offered a delicious ice cold rum punch. Our room allowed us to walk out the door and directly onto the famous white sand of Caribbean beaches. Having been lucky enough to visit many of the islands, the beaches on (and waters surrounding) Palm Island are truly stunning. There are 2 restaurants, Royal Palm and Sunset, both of which offered a great selection of dishes, and being on an island id always recommend the fish. Sunset restaurant offers the best lunch experience as they have umberlla covered tables right on the sand (the gazpacho soup and fish tacos were delicious). My favourite meal of the week however was the BBQ dinner at Royal Palm, be sure not to miss it. The island itself is simply enchanting. The resort is set along one beach, but take a bike and venture out across the approx 100 acres of Palm trees, lagoons and stretching beaches and find a secluded hammock for a real desert island experience. We also enjoyed early morning and sunset hikes along the trails which offer superb views of the surrounding islands. The thing that truly set Palm Island apart however was the staff. From Katie and Ed the management team to the bar, restaurant, house keeping and ground staff, they were all friendly, and attentive and always with a smile. Everyone put so much effort into our wedding it felt like we had a whole new family there with us. If Barbados is like the London of the caribbean this is most definitely the Cornwall, a beautiful unspoilt paradise. We can not wait to go back!

Jimiandhisiphone - London, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My Girlfriend and I went here at the beginning of September as the resort opened after a couple of months of renovations. Their system of receiving guests was excellent. In Barbados we were well looked after making for a seamless transition from there to Union island. We were met by several members of the staff at the dock and provided with drinks and taken immediately to our rooms. We were also given directions to the main restaurant as our luggage arrived. Our room was a gardenview room but we could see the ocean from our room. It was very large, clean and with both bathtub and shower. The room does have AC but we found to make it effective we had to keep the bathroom door closed at all times otherwise it would not keep the room cool. Location was excellent as we had easy access to the restaurant, pool, beach and paths to the rest of the resort. Looking at the location of all the rooms didn't see one room that was in a bad location. The housekeeping was excellent and the housekeepers were friendly and helpful throughout our stay. As we were the first guests we found we had the resort pretty much to ourselves for the first day or so. Given its size we found that very peaceful and as the other guests were out on excursions or at the pool we had the entire beach to ourselves. For the first few days the main beach was a great place to swim from, did see some fish without having to snorkel. By our 4th day however, the effects of hurricane Irma started hitting us. A fairly strong wind and heavy waves made swimming a risky idea for a full day and it remained fairly rough swimming for the rest of the time. The pool which had been redone as part of the renovations was excellent however and provided a safe swimming location while the surf was heavy. The beachstaff were great in keeping the beach clean and the different gear available. We did visit the other beaches but didn't actually swim in any of them, however it did look like there were some good spots to swim in. The rest of the grounds are impressive and we enjoyed several hikes to various parts of the island. Even as more guests arrived we still rarely saw anyone when hiking so it always felt like we had the place to ourselves. There was only one restaurant open while we were there as the Sunset Grill was not ready. We were told it would be opening the day after we left so we never got a chance to try it. The main restaurant however did provide excellent food throughout our stay. Their soups were always excellent as was the fish each time we had it. The restaurant and bar staff were excellent and friendly throughout, always asking if we were having a good time and if we needed anything, Kudos out to all of them for their excellent work. We did one excursion while we were there and that was the sunset cruise on the Pink Lady. We chose the date well as we did it on Monday while the seas were calm and the effects of Irma were still to be felt. We also were lucky in that there was a full moon at the same time. We had an absolutely beautiful sunset on one side of the boat and the full moon shining down on the waters off the other side. Made so you didn't know which way to turn as both were absolutely amazing. The crew of the boat were excellent at pointing out different points of interest and getting us safely to and from the shore. The appetizers on the trip were also excellent. This is a worthwhile trip to do while staying there, especially on nice weather days. We also had treatments at the Spa. The massages were excellent as I had issues in one shoulder that they managed to clear up. My girlfriend also had an extra treatment for a bad sunburn and it greatly helped her out allowing us to fully enjoy our last few days at the resort. No matter how great a trip, inevitably something will go wrong. Here is where the staff at the resort truly shine. They will bend over backwards to make sure you are having a great time. They have a great team and the few issues we had seemed to be linked to their different sections not yet syncing properly but when brought to their attention they corrected any issue quickly. I have no doubt over the next few days especially as they get back up to speed again the few issues we had will be a rare thing as the different departments start working together properly. We would also like to thank the General Manager Katie and her entire reception team. Katie would each day make sure she talked to us to see how we were doing. Her suggestions to us on a few things helped make our vacation as great as it was. Katie is a perfect example of how Managers should be, out with the guests and making sure everything is running properly. Her reception team were always responsive to our requests and provided us with excellent service throughout our stay. We will definitely return and are looking at our calendars to see when the best time will be. We want to see the finished product of their renovations and take a few more tours that are offered. Items may not have been finished when we got there but after such a great trip we simply look at that as another reason to visit. Makes me wonder if they did that on purpose. If you want a quiet, peaceful, romantic place to take your significant other to, this is the place to go. Thank you Palm Island for an excellent vacation and we hope to see you some time in the New Year.

ewv1973 - Ottawa, Canada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This must be one of the most beautiful and exclusive resorts in the Caribbean. From the trip across the water from Union Island, to the waiting waitress with a chilled drink at the jetty, to the fantastic outdoor bar and restaurant this has it all. The accommodation are simple but tasteful beach cottages with a large living and sleeping area, large walk in shower room and all the facilities you would require. The calming influence of listening to the sea and waves, lapping at the beach, at night, through your open shutters is something to remember. Thoroughly recommended.

alisontrev - Southampton, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This resort is actually on it's on private island, Palm Island, in the Grenadines. Let me start by saying we are avid travelers, my husband and I travel every chance we have and we chose this destination as our honeymoon location. We loved it. The water is crystal clear with a stunning with 8 shades of blue. The sand is soft. The resort received its name from the number of palm trees that are on the island. We stayed in one of the villas just off the water but still had a view of the ocean between the ocean front cottages and could hear the waves breaking at night. The beachfront cottages are "duplexes" but the villas are large and private. Next time we will stay in the ocean front villa- best of both worlds, right? There are no cars on the island, but the resort supplies beach cruiser bikes and the people who rent the private homes on the back side of the island get golf carts. You can cruise around the entire island, stopping at various hidden hammocks all with an ocean view. The pool is not ocean front but honestly you don't need it because the carribean sea is so beautiful. Let's talk about the food, it was all actually outstanding. Especially being an all inclusive, you worry about not enjoying everything but let me tell you, it was all so great. The only downside to the dinning is the times. The two restaurants are only open during specific times, so one you master that, it's honestly not an issue. The resort offers excursions that are a must do. We did two different all day catamaran trips, so worth it. The resort also has tennis courts, snorkeling equipment, paddle boards, and a library. Our favorite part was the staff and the quaintness of the resort. The staff is super friendly and they get to know you. They remember your go to drink and what you squally order for dinner. Internet is only in the reception lobby. It's refreshing to be "off the grid." We are already planning our return trip and will be taking my parents. We cannot wait! You won't regret this destination.

megand229 - Greenville, South Carolina


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

We’ve had another enjoyable stay at Palm Island. Our fourth time (or maybe 5th). It’s not a luxury resort, it isn’t super smart — but the little island itself is wonderful. It has leisurely walks, empty beaches and hilltop lookouts where you can see so many neighbouring islands. Once again we chose a garden room, because they are very spacious. The rooms are, in truth, a little dated, but well-furnished and very comfortable. Some of them are being refurbished, we noticed. And as the hotel is so small this a very sociable place: guests are mainly Brits and US/Canadians. We enjoyed the company of some nice people. So although we’ve been to smarter hotels, this place has a great environment and is a lot of fun. We thought the food was generally unpretentious and fine and the staff members were good. Katie, the general manager, joins in the fun. June is the rainy season — and so we got some of that. We don’t care about not having a TV in the room, but would have welcomed wifi when it teemed down outside. I asked if it was likely to become available in the future, and received a direct no. That’s a minus point — as it was needed for work, as well as downloading newspapers etc. We visit the Caribbean several times a year and have come to expect wifi in rooms. We know that its absence is a relief to others, though. We would also have welcomed some flexibility for trips to Union Island — instead of the all day schedule that was available. But, on the whole, great fun and another enjoyable stay. It’s likely we’ll return yet again.

Cardiff2 - Cardiff, United Kingdom


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