Bequia Beach Hotel
Just like the island that it inhabits, The Bequia Beach Hotel is a stunning oasis of peace. Located on the tranquil island of Bequia, which lies nine miles west of Mustique, it boasts a unique, magical charm that’s hard to find anywhere else in the Caribbean.
Relatively undiscovered and with only 4,900 inhabitants, Bequia remains unspoiled and retains its old-world charm with no large tourist resorts or shopping malls, earning it the often used description of the ‘jewel’ in the Grenadines.
This boutique hotel and villas has its own secluded beach area and is surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens. Bequia Beach Hotel provides a friendly and relaxing atmosphere in elegant, luxurious surroundings. It currently comprises 11 spacious suites, 11 classic pool and ocean view rooms, six villas and a penthouse suite. Each room is tastefully furnished in bespoke, colonial style with elegant, bright interiors and features private covered terraces, and sun loungers and most boast spectacular views over the pool and the Caribbean Sea.
Bequia Beach Hotel is situated in what many consider to be the premier location on the Caribbean island of Bequia - Friendship Beach. Inspired by Oliver Messel’s stylish Mustique villas and surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens, this boutique hotel combines elegance and charm to provide a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. With an infinity pool, first-class restaurant, and combined spa and gym that overlooks the tranquil gardens by the beach, along with its own secluded sandy beach area, the perfect place to relax is never too far away.
The natural environment is important to the Bequia Beach and the hotel strives to retain its beauty by undertaking a range of environmentally responsible practices which include growing their own fruit and vegetables, using local products, cleaning the beaches daily and using solar power to generate hot water.
The island of Bequia is particularly suitable for couples looking for a multicentre Caribbean honeymoon, being reached by a direct flight from Barbados or by ferry from St Vincent.