September 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Peter Island Resort & Spa in Tortola, British Virgin Islands

From the moment you arrive at the marina, a 20-minute boat ride from neighboring Tortola Island, it’s clear Peter Island Resort & Spa is no typical beach holiday. Guests have access to the entire 1,800-acre island, of which only 300 acres are developed. Hike through untouched forests or take to the sea with a chartered boat. Beachfront suites and spectacular hillside villas provide access to secluded stretches of sand that were once home to the Caribbean's most colorful characters, from Christopher Columbus to the pirate Blackbeard.

Take an early morning walk to White Bay Beach and lounge in a private tiki hut, no other creature in sight except for a passing gull. Eat a picnic in the shade. Unfurl the sails of a catamaran and explore the caves at Norman Island or the baths at Virgin Gorda. Watch the sun descend into the sea at Sunset Loop with a passion fruit mojito and a plate of fruit and cheese.

Location of Peter Island Resort & Spa

Peter Island Resort & Spa
Peter Island
Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Nearest Airport: EIS

Amenities for Peter Island Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 55 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • Wine Cellar
  • Room Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Afternoon Tea
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Gift Shop
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Live Entertainment
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Gardens
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • Marina
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD Players
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Mini Bar
  • iPod Docks
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Boat Excursions
  • Basketball
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Business Services
  • Interests
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Luxury Hotel Games

Reviews for Peter Island Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

The spa cabana in the top of the hill has the best location ever. Great professional, they know what they are doing. The view and the breeze has no parallel. There was a family of sharks at the beach. Great experience.

floridabroker - Miami

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

My wife and I have been going to Peter Island for almost 30 years. We go every year in January or February because of it's constant great weather, Tradewinds, but most of all for the wonderful scuba diving. The resort is fabulous. The food is extremely good. Because of the Tradewinds you don't have to worry about denque fever which we did have when we went to the Cook Islands. The weather is always fabulous, the spa is unbelievable, the snorkeling and beaches are second to none. But I have to say that our best part of this trip and why we go every year is to go diving with Randy Kiel From Paradise water sports. He is incredibly knowledgeable and makes every dive fun. It doesn't hurt that you have a historic shipwreck of the RhĂ´ne right close by. But he can take you to what you want to see. The Staff remembers you from year to year reveles and your return. They are so friendly and nice. The rooms are very beachy and solid. The beach bar where you can lay out all day is picture perfect. There has to be a reason but I've been going there for over 25 years and it really comes down to the staff and The scuba diving in. Of course rhe Celine is second to none in the entire earth. The surrounding islands are magical and you can take the day sale with Silmaril the resorts sailing ship to all of the surrounding islands. It's really a magical place and I would highly recommend it. It's where I love to go every year If you have to be connected with TV this is not necessarily the place to be unless you get a suite. But the unplug it can be quite nice. They do have good Internet connection in the room. The food is outstanding and the bars are quite nice too but it is relatively quiet for couples and family and not for those that want nightlight

I7402PMdanielm - Laguna Beach, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

We had the good fortune of being in dock at Peter Island when a major storm hit the BVI, the worst storm in 20 years. So we were grateful to be in a safe location at a five star resort. We hung out at the beach, the pool, the library, and enjoyed five star restaurants. We had so much fun, we hung on for a couple of extra days once the winds returned to normal. We would recommend a stop at Peter Island for anyone sailing in the area or at least a stop for lunch and a dip in Deadman's Bay!!

ColleenCopple - Nairobi

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

I am already counting down the weeks until I can return to this little slice of paradise! I came to the island expecting a blissful retreat and break from my hectic work life. The staff and amenities at Peter Island met or exceeded every expectation I had. It began immediately when we landed and our pre-arranged car service was waiting to take us to the boat and through customs. Alexis had arranged everything for us beforehand and the travel to the island was a breeze! She even personally greeted us dockside to immediately escort us to our accommodations. The villa was spotless and we felt instantly at home. The experience only improved as our days went by. We rented a private charter to explore the other surrounding islands (so fun!), but I must admit that the best part was returning back to Peter Island for cocktails and appetizers in the open aired bar. Other on-island highlights included Jean Kelly's warm conversation and delicious French toast in the morning (an island staple as I'm told), beachside service of everything from smoothies to pizza (Jahvid is just the best!), ocean kayaking, an afternoon of massages at the spa, and memorable dinners at both restaurants. We also explored the other little nooks on the island and took full advantage of the private cabanas on one of the smaller beaches. We packed a little picnic and Edward even filled our cooler with a great local beer that was perfect for the adventure! I really can't say enough about the helpfulness of the staff - everyone took such good care of us! If a secluded jem is what you're after, I can't think of a better place to escape the real world. I'd gush more, but I think you'll want to discover a few of the other little surprises for yourself!

Alyssa H

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Peter Island used to be a private island resort that had a yacht harbor. Last week it felt like a marina that had a hotel! And although we had a wonderful time with our friends, the resort now appears to value its visiting yachters as much as its resort guests and is truly lacking in its normal hospitality. 1) For starters, the best part of Deadman’s Bay Beach (in front of the Beach Club & bar) has now been designated for visitors. The resort guest lounge chairs (still filthy) have been moved to the sides and the next best beach positions are reserved for Peter Island “villa” guests. When we arrived (4 days before the storm), there was a huge amount of seaweed on the shoreline and it smelled like a sewer break! The mess was slowly cleaned up on the half of the beach where the yachties filled up the chairs but never cleaned up from the beachfront rooms, all the way over to the Beach Club. If I’d paid the $800-900/nt for a beachfront room, I’d have been livid! A long-time employee told us they’d never seen seaweed build up like it before…ever. Sharing that previous managers had always hired 10-20 workers & a backhoe from Tortola to come and clean it up. Beyond disappointing! 2) The marina was full of bareboat and crewed yacht charter boats all week…not just during the storm. It was an unusual sight to us as long-time visitors to the island. By the end of the week, seeing how Peter Island has given them the best of the beach, allows them to lounge in the pool chairs & in the pool while the boat captains hang out in the “Club Room”, it’s clear that Peter Island has greatly changed or relaxed the longtime rule that has protected certain areas for resort guests. We understand that there’s revenue to be generated here but veteran and potential new resort guests need to be aware of this shift in priorities. If this statement is incorrect, there was certainly no extra staff to shoo off the “non-belongers” all week and the poor bartenders were drowning in bar customers while also trying to get towels for pool resort guests. 3) By the time we arrived at the Tuesday night dinner buffet (7:15pm), it had been mooooowed down and the dining rooms overcrowded with large parties from visiting yachts. Another resort guest witnessed two boat captains bully the front desk late in the afternoon into allowing them to have dinner that evening. The kitchen was clearly not prepared to feed this many mouths and it was resort guests that suffered the consequence. 4) Another irritating issue was that beach towels were not available when we arrived on the beach most days which is completely unacceptable at a beach resort! The watersports guys are taking the hit from the guests’ irritation for this mismanagement. While the PI ferry is on STT, send someone to Costco to buy some stinking beach towels! 5) We were on island during the storm last Monday (8/7) and our hearts went out to those affected as they showed us personal videos & pictures of the devastation on Tortola and recounted stories of employees that had to sleep in their cars when they got off the late ferry. Many employees were unable to make it to work on Tuesday. This storm in no way had a negative influence on our stay. What did bother us was that we didn’t see any upper management in the trenches pitching in on those difficult, short staffed days except Eric, the Food & Beverage Manager. (we know the GM was off island). This sends a bad message to the staff as well as guests about the level of caring and support in a challenging time. 6) On the morning of our departure, one of the long-time employees (I believe his name is Simmons) was the only person to shake our hands and thank us for coming back to Peter Island. The check-out process at the front desk was purely a financial transaction. When we asked what the transfer procedure to STT would be, she gave us incorrect information. How could the front desk personnel not have a full understanding of the process their departing guests would go through? We have plenty more examples to share that emphasize the lack of staff training in gracious hospitality, logistics as well as geography and history of the BVI’s (including correct knowledge the Wreck of the Rhone on its 150th Anniversary!!). As our return ferry passed Caneel Bay Resort and its pristine beaches, I was reminded of how they treat their guests as cherished and couldn’t help but wish we had just spent our week there. We purposely chose Peter Island over Caneel Bay and several other exotic locations (Bora Bora) so that our friends could experience what we have so dearly loved in the past. But sadly, the bottom-line is we will not return to Peter Island as resort guests with the current standards and philosophy.

BPT - Atlanta

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