Peter Island Resort

Box 211
Road Town, Tortola, BVI
Peter Island Resort
Peter Island Resort is the classic Caribbean Resort. Capturing the charisma, character and charm of the British Virgin Islands on a private island blessed with 5 dramatic beaches, more than 20 secluded coves and the promise of pure personalization.
Edged by the expanses of the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Sir Francis Drake Channel and six breathtaking bays, Peter Island Resort falls four miles south of Tortola and occupies the fifth largest of the loose array of 60 islands, cays and exposed reefs that comprise the British Virgin Islands.

Distance from hotel (by hotel ferry) to town, 4 miles (6 kms). Distance from hotel (by hotel ferry) to airport, 4 miles (6 kms).

  • Activities Desk
  • Bars/Lounges
  • Basketball
  • Bicycling
  • Boutique ($)
  • Dive Shop
  • Entertainment
  • Fishing (deep sea)$
  • Golf ($)
  • Helicopter Tours ($)
  • Hiking
  • Pool (freshwater)
  • Sailing (catamaran) ($)
  • Scuba Diving ($)
  • Spa
  • Spa Services ($)
  • Tennis Lessons ($)
  • Tours (guided, island) ($)
  • Tours (shopping) ($)
  • Tours (sightseeing) ($)
  • Volleyball
  • Walks (nature)
  • Watersports
  • Wedding Services ($)
  • Cruises: ($) Sunset cruises Tennis Day or night tennis
  • Excursions: ($)  Off-island Excursions  Private Sailing Excursions
  • Health Club: Beachfront Health Club
  • Private Lessons ($)

($) Denotes a fee may be charged. Please note: Some hotel amenities listed above may have an additional fee associated with them.

Arrival/Departure Time:
Check-in-time: 3:00 pm Check-out-time: 12:00 pm
Early check-in and late checkout on request, and subject to availability.

Children Policy:

Maximum Occupancy:

  • Oceanview Room – 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child.
  • Beachfront Jr Suite – 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Oceanview, Survey the yacht harbor in Sprat  Bay from a gracious front porch and the yachting lanes  of Drake Channel from a private verandah above tropical  gardens. Cathedral ceilings with thick, exposed beams  offer an intimate Caribbean cottage ambiance.

Beachfront Junior Suite, Overlook the sensuous curve  of Dead man’s crescent beach from a plateau carved into  a rugged bluff. The spacious suites offer a private terrace  or veranda.

Hammock Palm-tied hammock swinging just steps over the water’s edge.

Jacuzzi Tub Two person Jacuzzi tub.

All guest rooms feature special appointments such as  mahogany chaises or Caribbean wicker dressers, and  the necessities of pampering from CD player to signature  waffle-weave robes and fresh island flowers daily.

Specific bedding and/or special requests are fulfilled based on availability and cannot always be guaranteed.

Deadman’s Beach Bar & Grill, camouflaged by sea grape trees, towering palms and a cedar shake roof- offers a more casual menu for lunch and dinner just steps from one of the most dramatic beaches in the Caribbean. Reef Bay burgers, coconut shrimp, and a salad and desert buffet highlight the open-air enclave.

Drake’s Channel Lounge, with its tiled “island” bar, mosaic map of the island and shaded sitting area, offers a relaxed setting for sipping the resort’s signature drinks, the Peter Island Landscape and Mango Smoothie.

Tradewinds, the resort’s main dining option, veteran Chef Wilford “Willo” Stoutt crafts choice Caribbean and Asian fare into fresh, fusion cuisine matched only by the staggering view of Drake Channel and neighboring Tortola through large, waterfront windows. Next to the open-air dining area, a new wine room hosts private events and specialty dinners, and the Trade winds pergola serves daily al fresco lunch. At sunset, musicians serenade guests with calypso or reggae. The resort features a new, seven-day rotating menu each season.

Dress Code After sunset, shirts with collars, shoes, and dress slacks are  requested in Drakes Channel Lounge & the Tradewinds Restaurant.

Guests “stranded” on the resort’s most remote beach favor  its WHITE BAY PICNIC LUNCH, a gourmet feast with fine linens,  china and flatware. Island staff deliver the basket directly  to the beach and then remove it when summoned.


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