Petit St Vincent, the privately owned 115-acre resort island in the Grenadine island chain in the Caribbean, has been accepted into the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels of the World™ (SLH) portfolio of hotels this month.
Following the new ownership and island renovation in 2011, the 22-cottage Petit St Vincent has focused on elevating the exclusive private island experience that repeat guests have come to know and love, while enhancing the level of service, amenities, and dining options.
“Our staff has worked very hard to perfect the mix of impeccable service, unplugged privacy and attention to detail,” said Matthew Semark, General Manager of Petit St Vincent. “Acceptance into SLH’s portfolio of exceptional independent properties worldwide is an endorsement we’re all incredibly proud of.”
With a staff-to-guest ratio of more than two-to-one, guests’ preferences are quickly ascertained and anticipated. The island’s 22 one- and two-bedroom cottages are dotted along the beaches and bluffs, and offer the utmost privacy along with spectacular views of the Caribbean and neighboring islands. The 2011 renovation project included the addition of a new beach restaurant and bar, a treetop spa and a dine-in wine cellar. But often what guests remember most about Petit St Vincent is what it doesn’t have: telephones, televisions, an airstrip (guests arrive by boat from nearby Union Island), cars or even a formal check-in.
For more information visit www.petitstvincent.com
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