The chilled out Guana Island is one of the few last remaining privately-owned islands in the British Virgin Islands 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 from 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.
Guana Island Fact File
January - April
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic fly direct fom London Gatwick to Antigua, with onward connecting flight
Antigua, Cruise, Yacht, St Barths and St Martin, Anguilla, New York, Florida, Jamaica
- 4 hours