The Best Hotels in St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Collected by AFAR Editors , AFAR Staff
Whether located on a private island or the grounds of an old sugar plantation, the best hotels in St. Vincent and the Grenadines offer gorgeous views, freshly caught seafood, and access to white-sand beaches. Expect everything from over-the-top luxury to more family-friendly accommodations, with options to be active or simply bliss out.
Clifton, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Boaters looking to trade the open seas for dry land have plenty of reasons to dock at Union Island’s Anchorage Yacht Club. The 1975 stalwart, which was renovated in 2018, offers a collection of understated rooms and cottages overlooking a...
Port Elizabeth, St Vincent and the Grenadines
With its own shuttle flight service from St. Lucia and Barbados and an unbeatable location on one of the Caribbean’s most picturesque stretches of sand, Bequia Beach Hotel is an island unto itself. The 10-acre property, easily...
Mustique, Mustique Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines
If you want to vacation like British royalty, visit the mosquito-shaped island of Mustique, which Naomi Campbell, Mick Jagger, and Princess Margaret have all called their home away from home. Once on land, there’s no better place to stay...
Firefly, Bequia VC0400, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Located just two miles north of Port Elizabeth, on an 18th-century sugar plantation and working sea salt farm that overlooks Spring Bay, Firefly Bequia has all the sophistication of its sister accommodations on tony Mustique. Scattered along the...
Palm Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines
In the Caribbean’s Windward Islands, a string of some 600 islands and islets dot the sea between St. Lucia and Grenada. It’s a paradise for yachters, where you can drop anchor off an uninhabited island and live out your Robinson Crusoe fantasies....
Petit Saint Vincent, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Serenity is easy to come by on the private-island resort of Petit St. Vincent, a 115-acre property from the 1960s. It recently underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation but retains its original charms—there are no cars or in-room...
Carenage Bay, Canouan Island, St. Vincent VC0450, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Mandarin Oriental’s first Caribbean resort has all the amenities you’d expect from the luxury brand—with the price tag to match. Nestled within lush greenery overlooking the white sands of Godahl Beach, the 26 suites and villas,...
Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau VC0460, St Vincent and the Grenadines
While most of the Grenadines’ most luxurious hotels cater to the one percent, Salt Whistle Bay, on Mayreau, offers a blissfully pared back—though no less exclusive—experience. You’ll feel like a modern-day Robinson Crusoe...
Grand Bay 1, Canouan Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines
At Tamarind Beach Hotel, the 31 beachfront rooms feature castaway-chic furnishings, a sea-inspired palette, and island-appropriate décor, while the eight ocean-adjacent suites take their cues from Canouan’s colonial past. Once settled...
Young Island, Arnos Vale, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Even though it’s just 200 yards off the coast of St. Vincent and accessible via a two-minute ferry ride, Young Island feels worlds away from the cares of mainland life. The resort’s 29 guest cottages, which are outfitted with...
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