Rosewood Little Dix Bay
What We Love
- A seamless blend of luxury (topnotch service) and laid-back (no keys!)
- Peaceful poolside loungers at the Sense Spa
- Luxurious outdoor showers in several room types
- The Little Dix Bay Signature Ritual treatment at the resort’s spa
What To Know
- The hotel adds an 18 percent gratuity to all food and beverage checks
- There are no TVs in the rooms, although portable DVD players are available upon request; Beach Houses and Villas have flat-screen TVs
- While it's definitely a romantic spot, it also works well for families who can take advantage of the Rose Buds kids’ program
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Rosewood Little Dix Bay, in the BVI, is a perennial choice for honeymooners, but it also delivers bliss for divers, sailors and families seeking the good life. Bookended by a three-quarter-mile white sand beach on one side and lush green hills on the other, the resort is as pretty as it is private. Rooms have a coastal bungalow feel and free beach drops mean you’re never more than a short boat ride away from a secluded inlet with your name on it.
Bed and Bath
Cottages are set back from the crescent beach, shrouded in palm fronds and seagrape trees. The rooms are simple — exposed white or dark wood beam ceilings, tile floors, white linens, cane furniture — as if designed to propel you outdoors. There are chairs on the decks of the treehouse cottages, and hammocks slung below. Rooms are TV-free, but there’s a library full of beach reads and board games, plus two computers, in the great room.
Activities abound, from a well-regarded tennis club to dive excursions and seasonal fitness retreats. The landscaped pool decks deserve time, too. If the main pool is full of kids, stroll up to the spa, where the two-tier infinity pool catches clifftop breezes and coconut cocktails are served right from the shell. The Sugar Mill restaurant is for date nights; the Beach Grill and the Pavilion are more casual. Make sure to try a dash of Venita’s Hot Pepper Sauce for a Caribbean-style kick — and don’t forget to thank Ms. Venita Chapman, its creator and a longtime staff member, in person.
How to Get There
We were here on a company trip and I couldn't have gone to a better place. The food was excellent and the service was even better. We stayed in a bongolo and had fresh coconuts straight from the palms around our villa. Wow what an amazing experience.
We spent one night here back in March of 2014 as we were waiting to check into our vacation home on the island and it did not disappoint. The location is great and the beach is absolutely beautiful. Lots of water toys outside of your room. The service was fast, efficient and friendly. Lots of good food served in the restaurants.
This was before the hurricane and I have seen on tv terrible damage to the vegetation and some buildings. That said when this is reopened it has to be recommended as one of the best beach hotels anywhere. A lovely beach with great staff, nice rooms, nice restaurants and wonderful access to many beautiful diving sites
Of all the places that I have visited Little Dix Bay resort make me undesired to rated number 1 or 2 destination. From the villa on the beach, the 3 amazing restaurants, the tranquility beach to the top of the hill Spa with his breathtaking views and endless pools is one of those places that you mark to go back. The food is delicious can be eating steak and lobster every day with the meal plan, wish I recommend since there is no much to do or places to eat on the island, other than to spend a day at one of the untouchable beaches. Save a day to spend at the Baths.
Just hope that they have not sufered to much damages with Irma and they will able to reopen soon. Can wait to go back and see the remodeled resort.
Stayed here in 2015 with my husband in September for a short trip. Location is wonderful. Enjoyed the quite beach since it was low season, only 8 people were on the beach including us. The Spa is the best in the Caribean.Hotel provides private charters to the area beaches, what an amazing trip.Afternoon tea is a must!