Petit St. Vincent Reopens November 1


You may have read in this very space that Petit St. Vincent, ( in the Grenadine islands in the Caribbean was closing down to upgrade its facilities. Well, the time has come for the resort to reopen (November 1), sporting renovated cottages, a new spa and a new beach restaurant. The island was purchased by business partners Philip Stephenson and Robin Paterson in November 2010, and the renovation and refurbishment started not long after.  The private island has no airstrip (guests fly into nearby Union island and are picked up via boat), no telephones or televisions in the rooms, no reception desk and no keys. 
To celebrate the re-opening, Petit St. Vincent has announced two new packages for the 2011-2012 season:

The Seven for Six package offers seven nights for the price of six, an approximate 15 percent savings off regular rates. The package includes all meals, room service, non-motorized watersports and facilities on Petit St. Vincent. The package is available from November 1, 2011 – August 31, 2012.  Blackout dates apply.
The Honeymoon and Romance package includes seven nights accommodation, three meals per day, a private dinner on the beach, complimentary massage for two at the new hillside spa (or in the privacy of your cottage), Champagne and fruit in room upon arrival, a half-day snorkeling trip to the Tobago Cays and a picnic for two on Mopion Island.  Rates for the Honeymoon and Romance package start at $6,750 for seven nights based on double occupancy in low season. The package is available from November 1, 2011 – August 31, 2012.  Blackout dates apply.

Petit St. Vincent will also be available for exclusive rental throughout the year, subject to availability.
Current regular rates start at $1,050 per night, per couple and includes all meals. To book visit or call 800-654-9326.

Luxury travel advisors can reach out to Janine Cifelli ([email protected]), the resort’s North American sales and marketing representative, for more information.

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