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December 12, 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 1 day ago

Just returned from PI and missing it already !! PROS Amazing island and beaches Staff (everyone of them) Food (great fresh fish) Jonny and Trevor mixing your cocktails Fantastic totally relaxing Vibe Beauty of the Grenadines CONS The non refurbed rooms are very dark partly due to the ECO bulbs being used, I had a look in the new refurbed Superior beach rooms and they are very light and bright and would recommend.

steve140356 - Brighton, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We have sailed through the Grenadines many times and had always dreamed of staying on Palm. We were not disappointed in the least. Please don't pay attention to the negative review a few below. It was written by someone who wasn't a guest of the hotel. We enjoyed the plane ride and boat ride from union. everything went perfectly and there was someone there to meet us at every step of the way. We were quickly ushered to our upgraded and recently renovated room with Wifi and TV. Our suite was Sea grape #9 and was beautiful. A little away from the action at the main restaurant on one side of the Sunset Grill. Our friends were in a beachfront room which was smaller and more rustic but closer to the best swimming beach and bar. Both rooms were fantastic. I would have been happy in either. I also posted a picture of the renovated Premium beachfront rooms which have an outdoor shower and lounging canopy beds. Very Nice! We enjoyed the bars and restaurants. The Sunset was our favourite and the menu was really great. Loved the fresh Sashimi. The staff were over the top friendly. They couldn't do enough for you. We joked on Day 2 that they must have a back room with all of our photos listed as they recalled everyone's name instantly and treated us like old friends. Definitely up there with the best Carribean service experience we have had and I would only compare it to Eastwinds in St Lucia for the people. While we tipped, there was no pressure and absolutely no difference in treatment if you didn't. We also met some great, fun guests who were mainly 40s/50s/60s. We did all of the island activities but also visited JT Kite school on Union (watch Jeremie Tronet's videos on You Tube for great insights on Palm and the area! We also hired Clem from "Fair Deal" in Clifton (terrific trustworthy guy) and he picked us up and took us to Salt Whistle in Mayreau for an amazing local experience and feast at "Last Bar Before the Jungle". A must, believe me! Clem also took us another day to the Tobago Cays which is another must. Happy Island was fun but overpriced drinks are a shame. Sadly the trip came to an end yesterday and we had to fly home. The team waved us goodbye. You need to exit through Barbados customs and re-enter through security so I would recommend printing boarding passes at palm so you do not have to wait outside for ticket counters to open. This way you avoid the cruise ship lines that begin at 1230PM. Palm was without doubt the most beautiful resort we have ever visited. There is something very special about the Grenadines and this unique place. We will be back! Thank you to all of the Palm Island family from the management, wait staff and grounds keepers for always stopping to smile, show us something special and chat with us. You make a huge difference!

AllycatCanada - Halifax, Canada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

We have just returned from 10 days holiday with another couple from UK. The journey comprises flight to St Lucia, island hopper flight to Union Island and short boat ride to Palm. It is an experience when going out if somewhat less interesting home, but Palm itself is so delightful the journey is no negative. We stayed in two of the six beachfront bungalows which had been newly refurbished and are light spacious, well appointed and superbly located; we were the first guests to occupy them. However the other more rustic beach bungalows are also great and indeed there did not seem to be any accommodation one would not be happy with. The sea was clear, the beach and resort grounds exceptionally well maintained, the restaurants, bars, food and drink were all of high standard, and the sun shone, so what more could one want. However, you get more because you would not find a friendlier or more attentive staff anywhere which really makes Palm stand out. It would be easy to say this is the result of hard work by general Manager Katie and her senior staff ( because it probably does), but without exception all of the staff have a super attitude and even the iguanas seem to want to say hello. As a small example, grounds man 'kenny' stopped us on the way to breakfast to show us where a turtle had crawled up the beach to lay eggs the night before, and his obvious pleasure doing so and protecting the site which clearly made his day was infectious.

_sheldondg - London, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

We had a fabulous time! We stayed here for a week the end of October/ beginning of November. We had requested a room away from The Royal Palm restaurant as we were wary about late night live music. They honored our request and gave us room 30, palm view/ garden view room. It was lovely, we could see the beach and water from our nice patio. I'm not going to go over what everyone else has already said, it's all true, so I'll just highlight what might have been left out or what I felt I would have liked to have known. It is rather a long day of travel to get here, but totally worth it. In St. Lucia, as soon as we made it inside the airport we saw a dry erase board with our names on it, and we were met by a Palm island representative who sped us through St. Lucia customs, picked up our bags, and walked us through Grenadine customs before having us board a 15-20 passenger plane. The island is absolutely beautiful, the staff is AMAZING. They all make you feel like you're at home, and will do anything to make your time as pleasant as possible. Cyril, Kenroy, Hulda, and Olive work tirelessly to serve your needs and do it with huge smiles. Timothy is on borrow from Galley Bay, Antigua (as they are renovating after Irma), and was a wonderful addition. He was our connection to Galley Bay (we were there a year ago), and he went above and beyond for entirety of our stay. We went on the Yannis to the Tobago Cays, and while we very much enjoyed seeing the sea turtles and the gorgeous water, we felt the historical touristy piece was missing from the excursion. As for Palm Island, it completely met our expectations, and exceeded them. It's a wonderful place, so secluded, that until the last day we had the main beach pretty much to ourselves. The last part of this review, I'll give a few Pros and cons of both Galley Bay and Palm Island in case any of you are like us, and have visited one but not the other. I'm one of those that reads hundreds of reviews before deciding where to go. GB Pros: - Iba was excellent with his first day intro session and he had personally gone on all the excursions that were offered in Antigua. -Antiguan's love their heritage and island and want to tell you about it. -GB rooms are pretty much all beach front, and the beach is pretty much only used by guests. - takes much less time to get there - Better blended drinks GB Cons: -Larger resort, at certain times, the waves are so large you can't swim. - not much of a breeze Palm Island Pros: - The whole island is yours to roam, with 5 different beaches and it is beautiful, the water is amazing! - The staff almost go over the top to make your stay as pleasant as possible PI Cons: -Day trippers do indeed stop at the island, and one day there were 3 boats that unloaded onto the main beach and pretty much hogged the best spots. Overall, this was an amazing vacation, and I was so sad to leave. Can't wait to come back!

Julie L


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

I never write negative reviews, but after my experience at the Palm Island Resort in The Grenadines tonight, I felt I had to. We sailed into Union Island, a stone's throw from Palm Island, this morning. We were told by one of the guys at the dock that the resort at Palm Island (a 15 minute boat ride from Union Island) had a great restaurant. So I tried to call and inquire and make a reservation. First of all, it was difficult to actually find a phone number for them (bad sign #1). Then nobody answered the phone for over an hour (bad sign #2). When I spoke to the person who finally answered the phone, I asked about the restaurant options, menu selections, and dress code. I could not get a straight answer out of the guy (whose name I do not remember). He kept saying "...I have to check with so-and-so...I think so...I am not sure about a reservation...I can't confirm that the attire you are telling me about (which matched the dress code listed on their web site) is OK (problem #3)... So a couple of hours later, my wife called to confirm our plans for tonight. More non-answers to our questions (problem #4). Finally, my wife got the guy on the phone (the same guy I had talked to) to confirm that we could have a table for 6 in their nice dining room (Royal Palm) for a price fixed dinner that included wine. So, we arranged to be picked up by their ferry at 6:30PM and we headed over. Once we arrive, we are greeted by an employee who takes us over to the Sunset Grill, not the dining room. The Sunset Grill was a bar and was entirely empty, which probably says something, and did not have the menu options available in the Royal Palm (problem #5). We tell this guy that this will not work for us. We get taken over to an office to meet a guy who questions the story we are telling about the plan for dinner (problem #6). He actually said "...there are inconsistencies in your story...". As if we would lie about that! When I told him he ought to find us a solution, he tells me he will go get his manager, a man whose name was Ed, I believe. Ed tells this guy that he will see what he can do. After more than 20 minutes of standing around waiting to see if these guys will honour the reservation they took over the phone (mistake #7), we are told they can seat us in the back of the restaurant, about as far from the nice ocean view everyone else would get. I said "...what about one of the 20 empty tables that were available at that moment?" His answer– "...no, you can't have those...they are for other people...". I reminded him that we had a reservation and was then told by this guy that was the best they could do. I told him, "...no...it is not...the best you could do is honour our reservation". They refused. They would not give us an empty table because one of their guests who did not make a reservation and did not take a 15 minute boat ride and pay $75/person might show up. They hadn't materialized yet. They may not show up at all. But no, we could not have one of the many empty tables. We asked them to take us back to Union Island as fast as they could. They gave us two loaves of bread. They attempted to make a reservation elsewhere for us, but that restaurant turned out to be closed. I told Ed that in the future, Palm Island either ought not to tell people to take a boat to their island for dinner, or they should train the phone-answerers better, or they should honour reservations, or they should handle problems more creatively. Thanks for wasting our time and being completely useless, you misleading, attitude-laden, disorganized, incompetent people. DO NOT EVER COME HERE. My name is Mark Weisbarth and my e-mail is markweisbarth1958@icloud.com. I do not hide behind other names. Feel free to contact me so I can tell you badly this was handled.

Mark W


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