Peter Island Resort
Peter Island, Tortola
British Virgin Islands
Peter Island is surrounded by the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Sir Francis Drake Channel.
Just four miles south of Tortola, it occupies the fifth largest of 60 islands, quays, and exposed reefs that comprise the British Virgin Islands
Accessible only by boat or helicopter, Peter Island's idyllic location makes it a perfect destination for guests seeking a serene and romantic hideaway.
A member of Preferred Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Peter Island is one of the world's best places to stay.
Peter Island has just 52 guest rooms and four villas, including two Villa Estates.
The predominance of open, undeveloped land is unsurpassed, creating an atmosphere of natural beauty unique to Peter Island.
Peter Island Resort
Tortola, Virgin Islands - British
120 AC - Air Conditioned - Babysitting, Child Services - Lounge, Bar - Beach - Porters - Boating - Boutiques - Business Center - Coffee Maker in Room - Concierge Desk - Concierge - 24 Hour Front Desk - Fishing - Hairdryers Available - High speed Internet access
Jacuzzi - Guest Laundromat - Mini Bar - Banquet, Meeting Facilities - Multilingual - Pool - Outdoor Pool - Restaurant - Room Service - Safe Deposit Box - Safe - Scuba Diving - Fitness Center or Spa - Telephone - Tennis - Laundry, Valet Services - Wind Surfing - Water Skiing
Check in time is 3PM Check out time is 12PM Time Zone is Atlantic
Opened in 1970 Renovated in 2000 54 rooms. 2 floors.
American Dollars is the native currency.
Guest Rooms: At the heart of the resort, massive date palms usher guests to the harbor's arrival gazebo, and the peaked roofs of the A-frame ocean view cottages. Both the beachfront junior suites and ocean view rooms feature king size beds, air-conditioning, direct-dial telephones, ceiling fans, mini-bars, mahogany chaises, wicker furnishings and CD players.52 Guest Rooms and Suites:20
Beach Front Junior Suites features a comfortable sitting area, large Spanish tiled bathrooms with Jacuzzi tubs and oversized showers, and a private terrace or balcony with spectacular views of Deadman's Bay Beach. Stone and rough-cut cedar walls create a rustic sense of luxury.
32 Ocean View Rooms, housed in two story poolside A-frame cottages, offer panoramas of Sir Francis Drake Channel from a gracious balcony or terrace. Each features a sitting area, separate bedroom and full master bath.
Falcon's Nest Villa Estate: Overlooking White Bay beach and St. Croix in the distance, this spectacular 10,400 square-foot Villa Estate consists of three separate residences, designed in the Barcelona style. The main villa also contains two suites - including a lavish 2,250 square-foot master suite, personal staff including a valet, chef, maid, groundsman, private vehicle and driver for personal use, media room, spacious living room, Chef's kitchen and guest kitchen, infinity-edge pool, dipping pool and large outdoor whirlpool, enormous wraparound verandah with outside bar and cabana and elegant dining room.
Raven's Nest Villa Estate: This exceptional 11,000 square-foot Villa Estate consists of two separate villas designed in the time-honored Caribbean-plantation style, set into the crest of a hill overlooking the beach at Deadman's Bay.
Highlights include three bedroom suites, including the 2,100 square-foot master suite, personal staff including a valet, chef, maid, and groundskeeper, private vehicle and driver for personal use, three more bedrooms in a separate villa with panoramic vistas, home theater, dining room with gallery quality artwork, infinity edge pool, a shallow "sunbathing" pool and whirlpool, Oscar de la Rente furnishings, living room with indoor/outdoor relaxation areas, Chef's kitchen and guest kitchen, outside bar with layered patios and media room.
Crow's Nest Villa: Tailored for up to eight people this 6,500 square foot villa, convenient to the resort's main lobby, restaurant and beach, evokes the Santa Barbara coastal style of architecture. Perched on a hill above the resort, it affords panoramic views of the sea and Virgin Islands in all directions.
Include personal staff including a valet, chef, maid and groundskeeper, private vehicle and driver for personal use, seamless-edge pool and dipping pool, four bedroom suites, each offering complete privacy and private baths, with deep soaking tubs and showers, secluded verandahs and separate entrances.
Hawk's Nest Villa: Designed in the Caribbean-villa style, the high roofs and broad expanses of window gives this 3,626 square-foot villa a casual, light and airy interior. Extended balconies make the most of the hillside location and its breathtaking views over Deadman's Bay and the yacht-filled harbor below. Highlights include spacious bedrooms, each with their own bath, fully furnished kitchen, large, private sundeck with its own dipping pool and living room.
Deep Sea Fishing: For the sports fisherman, the waters surrounding the island are ideal for blue and white marlin, sailfish, tuna, kingfish, swordfish and wahoo. The resorts classic sportsman boats are available to charter your full or half-day trips. Challenge your fishing skills and attempt your own world record.
B.V.I. Diving "Wreck of the Rhone": More than 36 dive sites lie beneath the clear waters of the British Virgin Islands. Arrangements can be made for scuba lessons and dive excursions for all levels of divers from their expertly staffed dive shop on the island. Experience the breathtaking coral reefs and the 19th century shipwreck of the "HMS Rhone" site of the filming of "The Deep."
J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens: A cool and peaceful refuge located in the center of Road Town, Tortola. The four acre gardens include a lush array of indigenous and exotic tropical plants. A pergola walk, lily pond, water fall, tropical rain forest and bird house are just a few of the attractions. The gardens are considered by many to be among the finest in the Caribbean.
Norman Island: The reputed setting for Robert Louis Stevenson's novel, "Treasure Island" is a popular yachting anchorage. Local lore has it that the caves at the "Bight" once contained treasure, but today it's the vast array of colorful fish and island minerals that attract the sightseers and snorkelers. A floating bar and restaurant is also located off the "Bight". Norman Island.
Silmaril: Sit back and relax as your captain makes way towards distant islands aboard your own skippered sailboat. Peter Island is the home port to the S/V Silmaril. This classic 41' Hans Christian sailing vessel offers half-day, full day and overnight packages to meet your every need.
The Baths: By far the most publicly visited beach in the British Virgin Islands. Giant boulders form a series of pools and grottoes which flood with the soothing Caribbean waters, creating a unique setting to swim, snorkel and explore. Snorkeling along the edges of the boulders reveals an area rich in colorful and exotic fish and coral. Virgin Gorda
All water sports equipment and instruction are complimentary at Peter Island, as is use of the four tennis courts, fitness center, basketball and volleyball courts, and bicycles.
The island features miles of hiking and biking trails on which to discover the remarkable variety of tropical flora and fauna indigenous to Peter Island.
Beef Island Airport Tortola: is approximately 6 miles from Peter Island. This is an international airport serviced primarily by American Eagle, Liat and Fly B.V.I. All arrivals are greeted by Peter Island concierge and escorted to a waiting yacht for transfer.
Road Town, Tortola. Capital of British Virgin Islands. Approximately 25 minute ferry ride from Peter Island. - St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie Approximately 20 miles away is the duty free shopping capital of the Caribbean. From leather goods to perfumes, precious gems or designer clothing, St. Thomas is a weekly shopping excursion from the dock at Peter Island. Beef Island, Tortola
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