Petit St Vincent 2018 Press Coverage

Private Air Magazine

Out on its own–Petit St. Vincent

April 2018 A private island escape that allows guest to do just that—escape from the world.
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Lusso Magazine

Private Parts Showing—Rob Beckett Visits Petit St. Vincent

March 2018 Petit St Vincent. 40 miles south of St. Vincent in the Grenadines, it’s one of the most luxurious private islands money can buy, a tranquil paradise of long sandy beaches and clear blue skies––and it’s where Lusso sent me for a few days of top rest and relaxation, in order to report back on everything this cushy resort has to offer

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New York Post

A New Nonstop Flight Lands in the Caribbean's Loneliest Sliver

March 2018 Getting to St. Vincent and the Grenadines–the geologic semicolon of the tropic, lying just south of the St. Lucia and north of Grenada–used to be the opposite of delightful...

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Insight Magazine

Perfectly Private

March 2018 Petit St. Vincent in the lower Grenadines give visitors a healthy lo-fi dose of old-school island charm.

For those searching for off-the-grid relaxation, the beguiling island of PetitSt. Vincent (PSV) offers peaceful, phone-free indulgence in spades.

Tranquil, timeless, romantic and rustic, this beach resort is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and offers 115 acres of private space for me time, which, with today’sconstant barrage of technology, is becoming increasingly difficult to find.

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Your Own Private Caribbean Islands

March 2018 For the ultimate retreat, skip the better-known locales in favor of these 9 under-the-radar islands where privacy and exclusivity reign.

Petit St. VincentPart of the Grenadines, this 115-acre private island resort is a luxurious place to unplug. There are no phones, televisions, or Internet connectivity in the 22 seaside stone-and-timber villas, nor at the casual beach bar or the sumptuous tree-house spa or along the nearly two miles of shoreline. (There is, however, WiFi in the reception area.) Instead of checking e-mails or uploading Instagram photos, guests can enjoy cruises aboard the resort’s lovely traditional wood sailing sloop, diving with sea turtles in the nearby Tobago Cays via the Jean-Michel Cousteau dive center (established in late 2014), or lazing in one of the property’s ubiquitous shady hammocks. Rooms start at $1,200; 954-963-7401; 

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York Life Magazine

Turndown: Petit St. Vincent

March 2018 Rum Punch, Anyone?
This remote, all-inclusive 115-acre private island resort at the southern tip of the Grenadine Islands delivers full-on luxury. With just 22 private cottages attended to by butlers who drive mini jeeps, it is high-end yet low-key and definitely old school. The resort celebrates its 50 anniversary thisß year and is part of National Geographic's Unique Lodges of the World collection. From $1,385 per night, including meals.

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SilverSpoon London

Ten of the World's Best Hotel Spas

March 2018 8. The Hillside Spa at Petit St. Vincent
The beautiful Hillside Spa at Petit St. Vincent offers four incredible open-air treatment rooms with a view out to the sea!

The treatments offered at the spa use Balinese traditions alongside ingredients such as herbs, spices and plants sourced from the Caribbean to provide the perfect restorative combination.

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State College Magazine

Taking a Dive

February 2018 There isn’t a whole lot that scares me anymore, at least as far as adventure sports go. I’m terrified of awful eventualities like losing loved ones, but not of the type of activities typically seen in Mountain Dew commercials.

Except SCUBA diving. Up until the moment I descended into the briny deep surrounding Petit St. Vincent, a private island in the Caribbean, the experience of strapping on air tanks, sticking a regulator in my mouth and swimming with the fishes was never pleasant for me, much less fun.

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Gentlemen's Journal

A guide to the Caribbean’s Private Islands—what to wear on each

February 2018 Petit St. Vincent
As the name suggests, there’s not much to this tiny island. But, what does cover this 115-acre tropical island is well worth visiting. With just 22 spacious one bedroom cottages and two bedroom beach villas, you can enjoy the privacy you desire with gorgeous views of the Caribbean Sea – where telephones and Wi-Fi aren’t available and you communicate with the attentive staff via flags. Yes, that’s right–-flags.

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Diver Magazine

If Its Good Enough for Cousteau...

February 2018 There's a curiously dreamlike quality to this, our second dive in Chatham Bay. I put this down to the profusion of soft corals and branching sponges.

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Ditch Your Cell Phone at These Digital Detox Destinations

February 2018 Enjoy going off the grid while enjoying much-needed "me" time at these 10 tech-free resorts. 

At Petit St. Vincent (from $1,200 per night), an intimate, private island resort comprising 22 one- and two-bedroom cottages in the Grenadines, you are completely off the grid.

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The Wall Street Journal

The Do-Nothing Beach Vacation: Heaven or Hell?

February 2018 Few vacation choices are more contentious than the seaside fly-and-flop. Two seasoned travelers argue the pros and cons of underachievement. Plus: 5 island resorts ideal for embracing inactivity.

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The Week

The World's Best Private Island Holidays

January 2018 Get away from it all–and them all–with our pick of the world's most exclusive getaways

Sometimes it's not enough to escape from the office. We need to get away from the world altogether. Private islands, once the preserve of royals and titans of industry, offer just such an experience. And while many of them come with a price tag as breathtaking as their scenery, a few are extending their reach beyond the one percent.

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No Locks, No Clocks And No Wifi: Why Petit St Vincent Is The Place For A Digital Detox

January 2018 Suffering from a serious case of social media fatigue, our digital editor Suzannah Ramsdale headed to the super chilled and totally charming Petit St Vincent for a digital detox. 

"I realized I was one of those millennials a few months ago when I was trying to read a book (The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead – it’s brilliant) and realized I couldn’t even make it through a chapter without checking Instagram or Whatsapp. Pathetic. Fortuitously, I had a trip to Petit St Vincent coming up and it turned out to be just the thing I needed to re-set, relax and re-discover what it's like to leave my phone behind."

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