Bequia Beach Hotel

Location: St Vincent and the Grenadines | St Vincent & Grenadines

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

With its softly undulating landscape, and ambling pace of life, tiny, un-spoilt Bequia embodies old-style Caribbean charm. This laid-back feel is continued at Bequia Beach Hotel, but unlike some other beach holidays around the world, you won’t feel like you’re in a soulless bubble. This is a place where you can really soak up the local character.
Perfect forOld-style Caribbean charm in a simple but luxurious hideaway.
In the knowBequia (pronounced “beck-way”) is home to Old Hegg Turtle sanctuary where you can see the endangered hawksbill turtle up close.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Boutique Hotel
  • Honeymoon
  • Snorkelling & Diving

Hotel Overview


Bequia island is 9 miles west of Mustique, and can be reached by light air-craft from Barbados, or an hour’s ferry ride from St Vincent.

Rooms at Bequia Beach Hotel

Bequia Beach Hotel has room for a maximum of 36 guests, in 8 types of simple yet pristine suites. Whichever one you choose, you’ll enjoy a great deal of privacy, and timeless Caribbean appeal. The private villas are a great option for families, who’ll have their own private terrace and plunge pool, whilst the Penthouse Suite makes the perfect honeymoon hide-away, with an open-air Jacuzzi and the best sea-views that Bequia Beach has to offer.

Food and Facilities

The Blue Tropic restaurant is perfect for romantic dinners under the stars, surrounded by the lush hillside gardens, and palm-trees swaying softly in the balmy air. Afterwards you can get chatting with the friendly locals at the Bequia Beach Bar which serves delicious Caribbean dishes, freshly caught fish, and the best Rum Punch you’ve ever tasted. Nearby, there are great local restaurants where you can sample all manner of dishes – including lobster pizza!

Activities at Bequia Beach Hotel

Teaming with a cornucopia of fish, the crystal clear waters surrounding Bequia Beach are ideal for snorkelling, and there are two scuba centres on the island. We can also arrange day sailing trips (crewed or bare-boat), giving you the chance to spot some dolphins. Back on dry land, you’re never more than 15 minutes by taxi to wherever you want to go, including the scenic natural harbour, Port Elizabeth. Here you can wander round the farmers’ markets, have some classic Caribbean dishes by the waterfront, and adopt the wonderfully sleepy pace of life.

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