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February 7, 2018 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

My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Palm Island over Christmas and New Year. We came back thoroughly relaxed and very brown. The excellent service from this resort began even before we arrived, with my husband swapping e-mails with Ed (Front Office Manager), ensuring that they could tailor our holiday as much as possible to meet our requirements and relax as soon as we arrived. We stayed for 14 nights and were in a beach front cottage (no.12) where we were able to walk straight onto the beach which was great, all we had to do was step out of our front door and there we were standing on the sand. The suite was cleaned every day with fresh towels and toiletries and we had a turn down service every evening. We also had a fully stocked mini bar with beers, sodas and fresh milk which, as people from the UK, was really appreciated in a cup of tea. In the evening, we enjoyed eating at either the Royal Palm (main restaurant) or the Sunset Grill restaurant. There was a different menu at both restaurants every night unless it was a night when they had a buffet. At lunchtime, you could choose to eat at either restaurant, we chose to eat mainly at the Sunset Grill. We found the beach to be very nice with enough space between beds to give you the privacy needed. A special mention to Kashi who provided us with her beach service. The snorkelling off a choice of beaches was excellent, and my husband saw enough sea life yards from our front door that he didn’t feel the need to go on any of the tours to other islands. The spa offered a good range of treatments, one of which my husband used when he put his back out applying sun cream (that’s how laid back we were!) We really enjoyed the Managers Cocktail party. This was a lot more relaxed than other similar gatherings we’ve attended, mainly down to the excellent hosting skills of the resort Manager Kati. Not only did we get to meet a lot of the other staff, we got to know the other guests better. Unusually for us, we met with fellow guests at the bar and for dinner most nights rather than just the two of us. All the staff were very friendly and attentive throughout our stay, we could not fault any of them. A special mention to Ed, who was outstanding in that he managed to get Smirnoff Ice in for me so that I was able to enjoy my favourite tipple for the duration of my stay. We have a list of other staff that we would like to mention for their great service and friendly attitude, but it’s far too long to add to this review, as there were so many. Things that stood out: • The quiet tranquillity of the resort • Stepping out of our room straight onto the beach • The friendliness of all the staff – always ready with a “hello” followed by your first name • Complimentary Afternoon Tea • The number of return guests which indicates the quality of the resort Areas for improvement: • This resort did not give out a daily English snippet newspaper and only catered for the American market. However, there were as many English people as Americans staying • Maintaining a consistent policy of not letting guests into a restaurant unless suitable attire is worn. If you are going to state it - you should enforce it (we stayed at the sister resort Galley Bay and they enforced their dress code!) • The management of larger parties disrupting the ambience of the resort. This was manifested by a noisy group of American teenagers who took over the karaoke night as well as disrupting some other nights. (We have to say they were an exception as we had a great rapport with a lot of other American guests) • The lunch menus could be changed on a weekly basis as if you are staying for longer, the choices are limited (apart from the daily Specials and Catch of the Day). A great example of the rapport guests have with the staff is the staff and guest Cricket match. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never played the game before – join in for some great fun! If you have played before, you will have to adapt to the local island rules! Overall this was a fantastic resort with very attentive staff and good food. Even though the resort was at full capacity, we never saw many people except for Xmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. Even with about 100 guests at maximum occupancy it still felt at times that we were on our own private island. Getting around the island to see the other beaches, the flora and fauna, and the wilder Atlantic coast was easy (15 minutes max) on the free bikes available for guests.

Thesparrows17 - Cheltenham, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

A jewel of an island set within St Vincent and the Grenadines. This little bit of paradise gives you time and space to relax the body and the soul. The flat white sandy beach and the crystal clear calm water are a joy. Here you can have your own oasis to soak up the sun or enjoy a cool drink. The Sunset Restaurant is a wonderful location to enjoy a sun-downer while watching the spectacular sunsets - this is also a great place to eat lunches especially under a palm umbrella with your toes in the sand. We enjoyed the food - the breakfasts were particularly good and very well presented. It is an island but we never felt remote and never felt crowded - always plenty of personal space. There were lots of opportunities to visit other islands - we enjoyed the Jack Sparrow Island and we loved swimming with the turtles. The trips were really good quality. Transfers to and from the island were very well organised by the resort and were worry free. The whole experience was beyond our expectations and we'll certainly be back!

Sheena L - Edinburgh, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

Not as pretentious are many 'Resort' hotels, just an exclusive, almost private retreat with amazing beaches, fabulous food, an excellent bar and superb staff (who are allowed to interact with the guests and who have a great sense of humour). This fantastic island is not like some of the Mexico/Florida resorts, or cruises, where 'fun' has to be fully organised - activities and interesting excursions are available but the more discerning guest is left to do as much or as little are they want. Bike rides or walks round the island are a must to explore some of the deserted beaches which come complete with isolated hammocks. The pool area is always quiet and peaceful. The iguanas and land turtles seem to like it here, and if you are very lucky (we were) you might experience the hatching of turtles. It would be unfair to single out any one member of staff, they are all great.

Ilkleytravelsnob - Ilkley


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

It was quite the journey to get to Palm Island. Once we saw the beautiful colors of the ocean around the island, we knew it was worth it. The room was kept clean and refrigerator stocked. I could hear and see the ocean from the room. The food was fresh and delicious. Dinner always had various choices. The beach....wow! Palm Island has the most beautiful ocean I've seen. The shades of greens and blues were breathtaking. We walked around the island most mornings and enjoyed discovering new areas. The pool was a nice place to cool off after hours at the beach. The staff was simply the best. We felt very well looked after always. I could go on but, to me the greatest thing was the small size and lack of crowds. I was able to truly enjoy the beautiful beaches and everything else the island has to offer. This isn't a mass produced, loud party type of place. It is a different kind of fun. Different from anywhere else. See you soon, Palm Island.

Vicki D - Illinois


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our 4th time to Palm Island. We both agreed it was the nicest of the 4 trips. It felt a bit less rustic and lost in time and had a bit more of a lively feel to it. We do love the Grenadines and the peace and quiet but once in a bit it is nice to have some activities too. We played beach volleyball every day....which was fun with the couple of keen staff playing. One item we enjoyed the most was the availability of day trips to the Tobago Cays or other day sails ....last time we came only once in the week was the Yannis having enough people from Palm interested to go to the Cays and we were really disappointed. This time we could have gone any day but one. And we took a second Yannis trip to Mopion and Chatam Bay behind Union Island which was fun to snorkel. The crew was very kind and careful with guests. Professional. We also received a complementary repeat-guest sunset sail around Union Island with the Yannis, it was quite a nice tour while being served wines and appetizers. Cyril is a new face at Palm, possibly short term, but his skills in hospitality are second to none (except on the volleyball court! he he). One waiter was really stunning, Timothy. He was really professional and made excellent service. We have been many places and he would be tough to beat. In general the staff at Palm were tremendous...can't mention them all here but they were really phenomenal. The GM Katie runs a tight ship and has made good changes there. There are more construction changes planned that Katie was telling us and other guests. More than one set of the repeat guests were saying to us that "all the upgrade build and construction changes will likely price us all out in not much longer". That remains to be seen. The flights to Palm used to be included at 100% from Barbados or St. Lucia if you stayed 1 week at Palm, this time they were partially additional. So far, we have enjoyed the improvements we have seen there since the first time we went about 5 or 6 years ago, especially in food quality and staffing. I enjoyed the morning yoga but 8am was a bit of an awkward time (I was the only person there). Would have enjoyed it more at 9am and even more on the beach vs. in the entrance-way to the library. I should mention we used a local water taxi from Union Island (Fair Deal) to go to the Tobago Cays. In summary the entire vacation was fun and relaxing!

J_travelB - Guelph, Canada


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