Reopening following its rebuild and reimagination after the 2017 hurricane season, Peter Island Resort is set to emerge from its six-year transformation this year.
A six-year rebuild
On reopening in 2024, Peter Island Resort will unveil brand-new upgraded accommodation and state-of-the-art facilities now occupying the island set apart by its five beaches and unspoiled tropical interior.
“After over six years, we are excited to raise the curtain on Peter Island Resort’s transformation to a new level of luxury,” said David Van Andel, President, Peter Island Resort.
“Our evolved and reimagined private island hideaway will welcome guests with the same warm, Caribbean hospitality, casual elegance and natural tropical wonders that have captivated visitors for decades. For generations we have been honoured stewards of Peter Island and we look forward to sharing our revitalised Caribbean treasure once again in 2024.”
A revitalised island hideaway
The resort will reopen with 52 accommodation options, spanning rooms, suites and villas, including the luxurious Falcons Nest villa with 360-degree views from its elevated mountain setting. This accommodation will be joined by two restaurants: The Drake Steakhouse on Deadman’s Beach, and the Drunken Pelican at the resort’s Yacht Club.
A highlight of the property is its new Yacht Club featuring a marina for vessels of up to 200 ft. This venue in Sprat Bay encompasses a dedicated swimming pool for Yacht Club guests, and sports recreation area with pickleball, basketball and bocce ball courts, as well as the Drunken Pelican restaurant and bar.
The resort’s sprawling spa, known for its views over Big Reef Bay, has also been reimagined, with seven treatment rooms, relaxation lounges, a fitness centre, spa boutique and beauty salon, as well as a saltwater pool, al fresco relaxation areas and an outdoor hot tub.
Events will also be hosted on the island, with space for up to 180 people in a new 3,000 sq ft oceanfront conference centre flanked by two event lawns and a pre-function veranda.