The chilled out Guana Island is one of the few last remaining privately-owned islands in the British Virgin Isles offering fine dining, a distinctly social atmosphere and cosy accommodation.
Here you’ll discover 850 acres of natural beauty, including seven white sand beaches, tropical forest, mountains, hills and valleys. The emphasis is on low-key luxury – so you’ll find acres of privacy, friendly service and romantic touches. Everything is worked around relaxation – from the library where you can kick back with a good read to the jasmine-scented terraces to view the night sky.
For a truly romantic experience book yourselves onto a Castaway Picnic – where the Guana Island boatman will whisk you off for lunch and a private afternoon on a beach all of your own.
The resort has an in-house massage therapist who can provide massages in-room or in the secluded, open-air, beachfront spa cabana. Designed to be an escape from it all, guestrooms at Guana Island are intentionally absent of TVs, phones and computers.
Dining at the Guana Restaurant is a wonderful experience, led by Executive Chef Xavier Arnau with food inspired by techniques he learned during stints at El Bulli and Nobu.
Fly to British Virgin Islands' Beef Island airport where the hotel’s boatmen will transfer you to the island, some ten minutes away.
15 cottages and 4 villas, including the Sea View Cottage with Private Pool with one-bedroom suite, living room and master bathroom, large outdoor terrace with deck chairs and a private plunge pool.