Representing the best of the British Virgin Islands, Rosewood Little Dix Bay on Virgin Gorda remains a sanctuary for all and provides an unparalleled guest experience in the heart of the Caribbean.
Though the luxury resort originally opened in 1964, its most recently-updated form exists on the heels of a transformative renovation following an even longer four-year closure due to 2017's Hurricane Irma. Originally designed by Laurence Rockefeller, Rosewood Little Dix Bay exists as a pillar in the world of sustainable luxury and ecotourism. The design of this Rosewood resort emits modernity yet is intentional in highlighting the natural beauty of the island. Its reimagined use of 500 acres of private beachfront and natural beauty attracts new waves of luxury tourists and travelers to the British Virgin Islands' third largest island, Virgin Gorda.
Situated along a bay, traditionally meaning calmer waters to enjoy, Rosewood Little Dix Bay allows guests full access to the pristine beaches and their white sands. Guests may choose from a variety of beach front cottage rooms, suites, and villas, however all accommodations offer ocean views and dedicated butler service. Aside from the traditional amenities that compliment a luxury destination getaway such as two pools, yoga and meditation classes, and an elegant mix of dining options, Rosewood Little Dix's property includes the additional opportunity for private beach dinners, snorkeling at The Baths of Virgin Gorda, local beach drops and day trips to surrounding islands, island tours and jeep rentals, watersports (sailing, kayaking, and paddle boarding), hiking trails, and boat rentals.
How to get there?
The Terrance B Lettsome International Airport serves as the gateway to the British Virgin Islands, and a short private water taxi transportation can be arranged by Wing Aviation.