The Rosewood Little Dix Bay resort on Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands is scheduled to reopen early in the new year.
The January 2020 reopening marks the welcome return of one of the BVI’s – and Caribbean’s – most storied luxury resorts after more than four years. The resort was in the early stages of a multi-million dollar renovation when the BVI took a major hit from Hurricane Irma in 2017, causing work to be suspended.
Rosewood Little Dix Bay has undergone significant upgrades in all areas. The resort will feature 82 new guestrooms, suites and villas, including Tree House Suites and One-Bedroom Pool Suites. Spanning 500 acres on half a mile of beach, the resort will include four distinct dining venues, two pools, a state-of-the-art fitness center and Sense(r), A Rosewood Spa, located at the cliff’s edge. A family-friendly destination, Rosewood Little Dix Bay will offer a wide array of activities including a tennis center, Rosewood Explorers Club, hiking trails, watersports and beach drops.
Little Dix Bay was founded over 50 years ago by conservationist Laurance Rockefeller. Its return will be welcomed by many Caribbean travellers and is another indicator of the BVI’s recovery.
Source: Rosewood Hotels & Resorts