• January 5, 2020

Rosewood reopens in the British Virgin Islands

Rosewood reopens in the British Virgin Islands

Rosewood reopens in the British Virgin Islands 1024 682 micebook.

When Hurricane Irma devastated the British Virgin Islands, the destination’s long standing glitterati vowed that they would return. This month, the beautiful and the glam will be coming in their droves, eager to check out the Rosewood Little Dix Bay which reopened on 6 January.

Completely rebuilt since the hurricane, the property is located within 500 acres of wild gardens, surrounded by piercing blue seas and secluded beaches – just the place for Mister Micebook to enjoy his first trip of the year. And he won’t have to lift a finger, as all the accommodation – from rooms to villas – includes dedicated butler service.

The rooms and suites can be found by following the footpaths through the gardens while along the beachfront and hillside above the bay lie the luxurious villas. Gastronomes will be delighted with the onsite restaurants, which offer everything from handcrafted tapas through to wholesome slow food and contemporary farm-to-table dishes, made with the finest of local produce.

Meanwhile, Mister Micebook will be kicking off the new year relaxing in the Sense spa, trying out the Caribbean-style rituals before practising some mindful yoga at the resort’s cliffside retreat.

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