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57 Rooms, suites and villas - mostly with sea and beach views.
The accommodation is made up of 8 classic pool and sea veiw rooms, 3 one bedroom villas in the hotel's gardens, 11 ocean view suites, 29 beach front suites, a family suite and 3 private villas and a penthouse suite.
4 Bedroom estate villa - located in a secluded hilside spot, only a few steps from the beach.
2 restaurants - Blue Tropic Restaurant & Bar and Bagatelle on the Beach
- Continental breakfast
- Half Board
- Available for lunch or dinner
2 bars - Bequia Beach Bar & Blue Tropic
Drinks Package available
Spa 3 treatment rooms located in a cottage in the gardens. Treatments include massages and facials (bespoke treatments can be created).
Kids' activities for ages 4 -12 years
Why we love BEQUIA BEACH HOTEL
Like Bequia Beach Hotel’s owner, Bengt Mortstedt, we fell head over heels in love when we first stepped foot onto this pretty little island in the Grenadines! Bequia is an unspoilt, natural and incredibly charming paradise island.
After acquiring land on Friendship Beach, Bengt decided to build a hotel based on his very best hotel experiences during his extensive travels of his working life, and this has really paid off. The hotel has an elegance of a bygone era – the 1950’s. We adore the concept of Beverly Hills-style pool cabanas, the Oliver Messel inspired stylish rooms and the relaxed warm welcoming atmosphere.
Since its opening in 2011 the hotel has developed a following of repeat guests, mainly from the UK, who love the modern colonial style that combines elegance and charm with a unique modern flair. They also love the location, on Bequia’s best stretch of beach with views across to Mustique in the distance. It is the perfect spot from which to indulge in quiet relaxation, experience Bequian life and activities, plus a chance to sample some delicious local cuisine.
“ … that it makes you feel special having discovered the island of Bequia – it’s so unspoilt and the true Caribbean!”
Helen, Essential Detail
“ … the hotel’s retro style which is rich in art and quirky pieces such as a ‘suitcase’ chest of drawers and beach scene bedside lamps.”
Annette, Essential Detail
“ … the wealth of great local bars and restaurants to explore for such a petite island.”
Jacquie , Essential Detail