You can travel all over the Caribbean and struggle to find a more beautiful beach than Little Dix Bay in Virgin Gorda.
It’s really that good.
Conveniently, there’s also a hotel there — and the luxury property that calls it home has completed its comeback.
Rosewood Little Dix Bay, the most renowned hotel in the British Virgin Islands, officially reopened its doors on Dec. 4, Caribbean Journal has confirmed.
The historic property in the British Virgin Islands began welcoming guests once again on Friday.
The luxury retreat had just completed a nearly four-year-long transformation project at the beginning of 2020 before shuttering amid the pandemic.
New York’s Meyer Davis led what had been a complete remake of the property, and the creation of 80 brand-new rooms, suites and villas.
The result is what remains the most luxurious resort in all of the British Virgin Islands.
The 500-acre property, which was originally designed by Laurance Rockefeller and first opened in 1964, has long been one of the region’s top eco-luxe retreats; it joined the Rosewood portfolio in 1993.
It’s one of just four Rosewood properties in the wider Caribbean, joining the Rosewood Baha Mar in Nassau; Rosewood Mayakoba in the Mexican Caribbean and the Rosewood Le Guanahani St Barth, which will officially open in 2021.
The British Virgin Islands reopened its borders for tourism on Dec. 1, with a set of regulations covering both visitor entry and rigorous monitoring on the ground.
You can find more on the British Virgin Islands’ health requirements here.
For more, visit Rosewood Little Dix Bay.