Voters have once again voted the British Virgin Islands as the top destination for discerning travellers. The result of the Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice List of Top 40 Caribbean Resorts revealed that Rosewood Little Dix Bay was voted #1 resort in the Caribbean. Readers also voted The Oil Nut Bay Resort, also in Virgin Gorda, Number 39 of the Top 40.
“The British Virgin Islands is indeed proud to be home to Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Number 1 Caribbean resort and another Top 40 pick. These two placements on this list, is definitely Something to Celebrate,” said Clive McCoy, Director of Tourism for the British Virgin Islands.”
Little Dix Bay was founded in 1964 by Laurance Rockefeller and became a Rosewood branded property in 1993. A pioneer in sustainable luxury, Rosewood Little Dix Bay has maintained a stellar reputation among affluent travellers. Following a multi-million-dollar renovation, a reimagined resort emerged, holding true to Rockefeller’s original vision of maintaining the delicate balance between luxury and environmental sustainability. The resort has introduced amazing new features and amenities including, 80 new guestrooms, suites with pools, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, a spectacular spa and butler service.
“I extend congratulations to the hard-working team at Rosewood who continue to provide excellent customer service, to complement their amazing facilities and amenities. Kudos is also extended to Oil Nut Bay for joining the ranks of this prestigious list,” added Mr. McCoy.
Comprised of several luxury villas spread over 300 acres on the northeastern tip of Virgin Gorda, the Oil Nut Bay Resort is the leading luxury multigenerational vacation home community in the Caribbean. The resort’s facilities include a spa, wellness studio, children’s club, restaurants, bars, marina, community garden and coffee shop.
The Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards are the results of an annual survey circulated by the publication to hundreds of thousands of readers. The readers rate candidates in a variety of categories by criteria relevant to their grouping. Hotels and resorts are rated in areas such as rooms, service, food, design and location, activities, facilities and value.