Palm Island Resort Palm Island Grenadines - LPI001

This idyllic tropical hideaway is situated near the southern tip of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an idyllic archipelago of 32 tropical islands and cays known for its stunning natural beauty and clear, warm waters.

Palm Island is the perfect location for relaxing on its own private island. Lovely sandy beaches, a beautiful swimming pool and a gym The all-inclusive meals are delicious. A super spot for taking sailing trips around the Grenadines. Highly recommended.

43 Bedrooms, Sleeps 86

All Inclusive Resort


2 Restaurants & Bars

Swimming pool

Small air-conditioned fitness centre


Table tennis


Non-motorised watersports


TV/computer room

Art gallery

Wi-Fi in the lobby and library


18/8 -My husband and I had a wonderful honeymoon on Palm Island. The location was beautiful, the food was great, and the staff was very accommodating. We highly recommend it for anyone going on a honeymoon or looking for a romantic getaway!

18/8/15 Visited Palm Island in June with 2 other couples. Every good review you have read is right! The staff and food is amazing! No matter what you need, everyone goes out of their way to assist you. Can't wait to go back.

14/8 The journey is well worth it! You fly to Barbados, then to Union Island, then take a short boat ride to Palm Island. Once you get there you will never want to leave. The water is crystal clear! The food is excellent and the staff is among the best in the Caribbean. They will do whatever it takes to ensure you have a memorable vacation. We are already planning our next visit.

14/8 After 2 years in another Carib island resort that has sadly become too commercial, it was time to find another resort. With trepidation I began. Finding Palm Island was nothing short of a miracle. As with everyone else, I worried that it could not be as good as portrayed. How wrong could I be, it far outweighed anything I could have dreamt. Thank you Palm Family, you are awesome. Virgin Airlines managed to delay our flight by an hour and a half, which meant that we missed our connecting flight, but the Palm rep at Barbados quickly resolved the problem and managed to still get us to the island the same day. The flight in to Union is an adventure on its own, but all the hassle of the journey fades as you step ashore onto this perfect Island. We were met by Troy and taken to our beach front room. It really was beach front, no more than 20 foot from the water! It was idyllic. Clean and well equipped for 2 weeks of uninterrupted swimming and snorkelling. Our favourite excursion was a trip to Tobago Cays aboard Pink Lady, a truly memorable day. Swimming with stingrays, turtles and a million beautiful fish was just incredible, to say nothing of the barbecue on the beach. The evening entertainment is in keeping with the Island and is local. No entertainments team here! If you are really lucky, as we were, it will also involve sea turtles hatching or eggs being laid. I could go on and on but I could never really tell you how perfect it is. That you have to find out for yourself. The only downside is the flight to Barbados and back from. Next year I will try to find an airline that flies Boeings there, the Airbus is just too uncomfortable. Thank you Palm Island Family - Deb McKay. We will be back.

14/8 Exactly what was required, an island paradise with attentive staff, good food, hammock no 4 and a trip to the Tobago Cays to swim with turtles and rays. Excellent. Made to feel very welcome and everything we asked for or about was taken care of efficiently and with a smile.

Five white sand beaches that lay on these natural, untouched surroundings compliment the resorts charmingly tailored 43 guest rooms. Enjoy the delicious, fresh and locally-grown Euro-Caribbean cuisine while dining beachfront style, or partake in the array of low-key activities that the sand and sea have to offer.

Besides being a resort, Palm Island is a tranquil place that invites our guests to slow down, recharge their batteries and gradually rediscover the wonders of nature. Iguanas and interesting birdlife are natives along the panoramic walking trails, while authentic island life is portrayed through yachts and traditional beach homes. Furthermore, you can drift away on boat trips to the world-famous Tobago Cays to ensure a great sense of place.

Yachtsmen and divers from around the world gravitate to this strand of unspoiled Caribbean islands, lured by exotic sea life, rainbow-colored reefs and fascinating shipwrecks.

Over the past year, all aspects of the resort’s culinary experience have been upgraded, including menu offerings, presentation and service. The resort’s menu changes based on season and availability, incorporating locally grown herbs and produce, some of which are from the on-property greenhouse. These ingredients are also used in new flavor-infused waters and cocktails. fruit popsicles are served during peak hours each day at the beach and along pool areas.

Another new local food and beverage initiative is the resort’s coconut program. With more than 2,000 coconut-bearing trees spread across the 135-acre island, Palm Island naturally provides a seemingly endless supply of coconuts. This local, naturally beneficial product is now harvested and incorporated into the daily rotating menu. Sample breakfast items include coconut-flavored bread, waffles and pancakes. Lunch and dinner items include coconut rice and peas, coconut shrimp, coconut layer cake, coconut macaroons and more, all made with local Palm Island coconuts.

Coconut leaves are also used in a new weekly hat-making class, and the resort’s boutique additionally features handmade soaps, jewelry and other handicrafts made from coconut by local craftsmen.

New offerings have also been added to the daily activity program and excursions, including volleyball and cricket matches, a presentation on the history of the island and weekly receptions. The most popular is our Crab Racing each Thursday where the funds are collected for different charities causes. For action-seeking guests, the thrill of kitesurfing and the beauty of stand-up paddle boarding are now just a ten-minute boat ride away at the JT Pro Center, founded by professional kitesurfer Jeremie Tronet.

Ideal for romantic escapes, girlfriend getaways, mother- daughter retreats as well as solo travelers, this intimate hideaway has only 41 guestrooms and two private villas. More than half of the 43 accommodations are set directly on the beach while the rest are located just a few steps away.

All accommodations provide the following in-room amenities: air conditioning; soft bathrobes; complimentary beverages in a refrigerated mini-bar; daily housekeeping service; nightly turndown service; personal safe; hair dryer; coffeemaker; alarm clock; iron; and ironing board. In addition, all beachfront rooms are now outfitted with glass shutters.

A TV, computer and Internet lounge is available for guests, who may also bring their own laptops and take advantage of WiFi access.

During the day, the restaurant dress code permits covered and dry bathing suits. After 6:30 p.m. men are requested to wear long pants or tailored (Bermuda) shorts, a collared shirt and dress shoes. Ladies are requested to wear long pants including premium denim, dresses, skirts, dress shorts and dress sandals. Flip flops, tennis shoes, t-shirts and tank top/sleeveless shirts are not permitted in the evening.

Palm Island Spa offers a diverse menu of treatments for individuals and couples, from traditional Swedish and Shiatsu treatments to reflexology techniques. All treatments incorporate natural oils and creams, including tea tree, ylang ylang and peppermint. The spa offers face, hand, foot and full-body massages as well as a detox seaweed wrap and pedicure.

Guests can enjoy a scenic tour via bicycle or explore the ocean’s wildlife during a snorkeling excursion. In addition, the resort features a lagoon-style swimming pool, complimentary tennis, croquet, table tennis, beanbag toss and horseshoe game pit, cycling, shuffleboard and water activities such as kayaking, hobie cats and paddle boarding. Volleyball is scheduled daily, and a friendly cricket match takes place every Sunday, bringing together both resort guests and staff. Guests can choose to sunbathe, stroll along one of the white- sand beaches or enjoy nighttime entertainment on most evenings. Guests can enjoy a weekly presentation on Palm Island’s history in the art gallery. Three hiking trails, a tennis court, a spa, a full fitness center and a cozy library are also available. The resort offers a chef’s demo and full botanical stroll each week, along with various local crafting classes throughout the week.

For guests seeking a memorable off-island experience, daily excursions depart from Palm Island and can be arranged by the tour desk for an additional fee. Guests can explore the Tobago Cays and Mayreau onboard the Yannis catamaran; take in the area’s natural beauty above and below water on the resort’s signature Pink Lady schooner; reel in the catch of a lifetime on a deep sea fishing trip; or explore mainland St. Vincent and nearby Union Island. Sunset and starlight cruises can be arranged on a luxury yacht as well as overnight island- hopping to other islands such as Bequia. Kitesurfing lessons and stand-up paddle boarding are also available via the JT Pro Center, founded by professional kitesurfer Jeremie Tronet.

What's included: All Inclusive • All meals, selected premium drinks and sparkling wine by the glass • Non-motorised watersports including snorkelling, sailing and kayaking • Use of fitness centre and tennis court • Nightly entertainment.


You'll feel more than welcomed at the elegant Royal Palm restaurant, where you can enjoy beautiful ocean views and sea breezes along with breakfast, lunch and dinner. For breakfast, choose from a medley of appealing selections designed to pique your appetite, including seasonal fruits, fresh-baked croissants, banana pancakes, 'Eggs Benedict' or a made-to-order omelet.

The extensive lunch menu includes everything from crisp, cool salads to fresh pastas, and island-influenced specialties like Caribbean Jerk chicken. For your evening meal, romance is definitely on the menu. Dining is by lamplight, and the soundtrack includes the sea. Our a la carte menu offers an amalgam of the best international dishes, enhanced by fresh island ingredients and culinary styles. Among our favorites: home-made clam chowder, pan-seared fish and broiled medallions of pork. You'll also enjoy getting to know your fellow guests at the weekly Management cocktail party and Caribbean buffets. Most evenings also bring live island music. Adding to the charm and elegance of Palm Island, enjoy a traditional daily afternoon tea, with finger sandwiches, cool and hot beverages, and tasty sweets.

Dress Code: Day Time: Shoes must be worn and bathing suits covered and dry. Evening Time (after 6:30pm): Gentlemen wear shirts with collars, either long or short sleeves (no t-shirts or tank tops) and long trousers, stylish jeans or tailored bermuda-length shorts (no sport shorts, capri or ¾ pants); and ladies wear dresses, skirts, long trousers or stylish jeans, culottes or tailored Bermuda-length shorts (no “short shorts” or cut-offs).

Hours: Breakfast: 7:30am - 10:00am (Buffet Style and A La carte) Lunch: 12:00pm - 2:00pm (A La Carte) Tea: 4:00pm - 5:00pm Hors d'Oeuvres: 6:30pm - 8:00pm Dinner: 7:00pm - 9:30pm (A La Carte - except Wednesday and Saturday) Details: Reservation: Not Required Non-Smoking

How to get there: We arrange your international flight to St Lucia, inter island flight to Union Island, and a short 8 minute boat ride to Palm Island.

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