During their annual closure Bequia Beach Hotel invested in further upgrading and a refresh of all rooms and suites. 

Please note the following: 

NEW additional Classic 2 Bedroom Family Suite An additional, spacious Classic 2 Bedroom Family Suite has been created by beautifully refurbishing the old Penthouse Suite which was taken out of the hotel’s inventory a while back. Similar in location to the existing Classic Family Suite this has a separate twin room and additional WC, ideal for families with young children. The spacious bathroom has a Jacuzzi bath and there’s a very large balcony overlooking the hotel’s second pool and sun deck out towards the sea. Approx: 1,200 sq. ft.

NEW Palm Tree Beach Umbrellas and new images of Jack’s Bar There are some lovely new shots of the hotel’s new Palm Tree Beach umbrellas and of Jack’s Bar (the hotel’s off site restaurant located at Princess Margaret Beach), now equipped with sunbeds for Bequia Beach Hotel guests. A reminder there’s a daily shuttle for guests wanting to spend lunch and a relaxing time on the beach and maybe a stroll along to Port Elizabeth

New images of all of the above upgrades are accessible directly from the links below and also via the usual link on our website gallery.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1F6DkrmSN3_dfOY1aom0yLWMAwc866Awh?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BxisGGmHStHZZzVwTFVEOERpVUk?usp=sharing

Recent Press Coverage

Bowled over by beautiful Bequia

The Mail on Sunday - Jonathan Agnew
It was the great West Indian commentator Tony Cozier who first steered me in the direction of Bequia (pronounced Bek-way). We were working together while England’s cricketers were taking a hammering in the West Indies on St Vincent some years ago when Tony pointed across the sea to an island whose outline I could just make out. ‘That’s where I always take my holidays,’ he said. ‘But keep it quiet. 

We stayed at the Bequia Beach Hotel on Friendship Bay and, with no favour asked or given, I can declare it the best hotel I have experienced in the Caribbean. 

Under the Radar Caribbean

Conde Nast Traveller UK - Antonia Quirke
Less attitude than Antigua, more laid-back than Nevis, Bequia is the small Caribbean island with all the best stories. 

Where to stay: Bequia Beach Hotel 
In gardens of red cherry and coconut on mile-long Friendship Beach, this place might well be full but never feels it. You'll always have a wide stretch of beach to yourself. The set-up is gorgeously relaxed.

The 30 most idyllic islands on Earth

The Telegraph Onlinen - Chris Leadbetter
The Caribbean at its most refined. Much like a pop star who only needs one name, Bequia largely disguises the fact that is part of the wider country of St Vincent and the Grenadines, distilling its essence into high-end resorts and a Caribbean take on the Côte d’Azur. Princess Margaret visited often. 

Who you’ll meet: Supermodels slumbering behind sunglasses.

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