Bequia Beach Hotel - Welcome to Paradise
Bequia Beach Hotel
St Vincent & Grenadines
based on 7 nights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public vacations) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
per person for 7 nights in a Classic Room on a B&B basis, including flights from Barbados to Bequia and road transfers.
At a Glance
Authentic boutique Caribbean experience on a small, friendly island
Stunning island with plenty of water and land based activities
Great for dining out options to experience local flavors
Beautifully appointed rooms reminiscent of 1950s glamour
Visit the turtle sanctuary, snorkel with the turtles in the Tobago Cays or take a boat charter for the day
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Bequia Beach Hotel
Set on the beautiful Friendship Beach on the little frequented island of Bequia, the boutique Bequia Beach Hotel is perfect for those after a unique and authentic Caribbean experience. It offers five star services, friendly staff, elegance and charm.
Bequia Beach Hotel, (pronounced Bek-way), is a little jewel in the Caribbean, relatively unknown and a real treat for those seeking a boutique and untouched Caribbean experience. The island itself is the second largest in the Grenadines at just 7 miles square, with lush vegetation and beautiful beaches - perfect for both land and water based activities.
The 44 room hotel is a real labour of love, recently completed by a Swedish owner who stumbled upon Bequia when sailing many years ago. It is an understated property that oozes colonial Caribbean charm and is reminiscent of 1950s Caribbean glamour with its beautifully appointed rooms. The hotel sits amidst an almond forest, with lush gardens leading to a stunning beach, practically deserted save for a few fishing families. The hotel's quiet surroundings are ideal for couples and honeymooners.
Lazy days by one of the pools or on the beach are the order of the day here. In the evening, guests can enjoy a delicious dinner usually involving freshly caught lobster or seafood at the open air Bagatelle restaurant where the ocean can be heard and the breeze is a welcome break from the heat.
For guests wanting to explore the island it is very safe to do so and there are many activities such as hikes to view points and other beaches on the island, private picnics on deserted beaches, or a snorkeling trip to the stunning Tobago Cays. Visit the Turtle Sanctuary or soak up the local life at Port Elizabeth and enjoy one of the local restaurants and chat with the very friendly locals.
Back at the hotel in the evening there are often local bands to entertain you and Tapas evenings are enjoyed on certain days.
Bequia Beach Hotel has a good range of rooms, suites and villas. The rooms and suites at this boutique hotel combines luxury, elegance and charm to provide a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. In trying to make it less of a "hotel" room and more of a home from home, all are decorated in a typical Caribbean, colonial style and are furnished comfortably, with views of the beach or pool and gardens.
Each room features its own private terrace, overlooking the second hotel pool with views of the Caribbean sea in the distance. Relax on your terrace or in one of the bespoke rattan armchairs. All rooms come complete with spacious double bed, air conditioning and en suite fully tiled bathroom with shower.
|One Bedroom Cottage||
The garden-view villa is available with twin beds or a king-size bed. Featuring a contemporary colonial interior, they also boast a covered terrace with comfortable seating for two and a small garden. Amenities include en suite bathroom, outdoor ‘rain’ shower and a walk-in closet.
The beachfront suites overlook the sweeping Friendship beach, whilst the main pool is just steps away. The suites feature a large en-suite bathroom, indoor lounge area and covered terrace with stunning views across to Mustique.
|Classic Two Bedroom Family Suite||
Similar to the classic rooms, but featuring an additional and interconnecting separate twin bedroom (both with en suite). This room is ideal for families, and boasts a large private balcony overlooking the pool, sun deck and beach.
|Two Bedroom Villa with Private Pool||
A favorite with families, the two-bedroom villa features en suite bathrooms, a living room/kitchenette with covered private terrace, ideal for enjoying a meal overlooking the gardens. Guests can soak up the sunshine on the sun deck or take a refreshing dip in the plunge pool.
|Junior Plantation Suite||
Spacious accommodation with king, queen or twin bed options available. These split level suites feature covered private terraces with seating overlooking the gardens and sea, and have a large en-suite bathrooms. A three person sharing option is available as well. A limited number of interconnecting suites are available on request.
|The Estate Villa||
A luxurious four bedroom villa with private pool, sun terrace, kitchen, dining and living areas. The villa has stunning view and total privacy, making it ideal for special celebration or party.
Families are most welcome to stay at Bequia Beach Hotel and there is a year round complimentary kids club supervised by trained staff for 4 - 12 year olds. The club runs from 9am - 5pm from Monday to Saturday and runs a program of activities such as art and crafts, cake baking, jewelry making and mocktail mixing. At a supplement the children can take part in a visit to the Bequia Turtle Sanctuary and a mini island tour and swim at Princess Margaret beach.
For a small boutique property Bequia Beach hotel has good facilities including a small spa, sauna, yoga instructor on request, gym, 1950s inspired reading and games room. There are two pools, the larger closest to the beach with three pool cabanas reminiscent of Beverley Hills style. The smaller pool is located close to the classic rooms and designed to be for those staying in that cluster of rooms. Dining is a delight at the main restaurant “Bagatelle” serving fusion Euro Caribbean cuisine and lots of freshly caught seafood all accompanied by amazing views across the to the neighboring islands. The small tapas restaurant is open twice a week and is a great place for a light dinner or canapés and sangria.
The small bar is a fun place to hang our pre or post dinner and sample the local cocktails.
Bequia Beach Hotel has live entertainment on set nights (currently Wednesdays and Saturdays). Room service is available on request but allow advance warning.
Limited watersports can be arranged as well as island tours, guided walks and hikes. Picnics to neighboring beaches can be arranged, as well as sailing and snorkeling trips to the stunning Tobago Cays where you will be able to swim with Turtles and experience completely uninhabited islands of the Grenadines.
Victoria Douglas (Staff)
Bequia captured me like no other place has before. Having visited all of the Grenadines islands this was the most charming and authentic and its people play a huge role in that. The island is only seven square miles yet its steep, hilly and narrow windy roads make it feel larger. Life revolves around the hub of Port Elizabeth where supplies to the island arrive almost daily along with ferries servicing locals and visitors from St Vincent or neighboring islands.
We were collected at the port in an open side van that has been converted into a taxi, a great way to embrace the Caribbean immediately. Initially, I wasnt blown away by Bequia Beach Hotel; the plantation style buildings dont scream out the wow factor on first appearances, but as you look closer it is obvious that they are all lovingly designed with beautifully classic Caribbean furnishings; not floral bed spreads but heavy wood frames and luxurious fabrics - the rooms are just so eloquently finished. To pick out one little thing, perhaps the bathrooms could be a little more exciting and there are only a few rooms with freestanding bath tubs, but who needs a tub when the ocean right in front of you is so stunning!
And what a beautiful view we had, staying in a beachfront suite is most definitely a must. Sliding open the doors and slowly rising in the early morning to the sound of the ocean is unbeatable. The beach itself is naturally stunning, my footsteps sinking into soft sand as I strolled along the curved beach, not private but completely deserted! There is still a whaling tradition in Bequias communities, it is very controlled and, despite a little controversial, it is the traditions that have stood still here that highlight how untouched this island really is.
The laid back, slightly nostalgic atmosphere at Bequia Beach is perfectly combined and the staff are wonderful, so genuinely friendly that they will sometimes get a little carried away chatting about the love of their island and your order may take a little time! Spend some time chatting with a Bequia resident and their laid back trance soon rubs off and in no time your pace is a little slower and life appears stress free.
Our evening at Bequia started with tapas and Sangria next to the smaller pool, followed by a delicious dinner of lobster bisque, crab cakes and freshly caught lobster with a lemon mash, followed by a French cheese board (just because I was revelling in the availability of French Brie at such a remote destination carbon footprint not considered here!) The new chef is very inventive and the restaurant on the beach had a great vibe with ex pats and villa owners joining us for dinner and post dinner drinks. Our memorable evening was rounded off by partying late into the night at a Bequian open air Caribbean jump up - a live band played western and reggae hits in a calypso fashion and afterwards the staff from Bequia drove us back in the crazy open side taxi again, stopping for one last rum at a local rum shack just to round off the evening. Authentic Caribbean at its finest!
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|Book from||26 December 2018 to 28 February 2019|
01 March 2019 to 31 August 2019
Bequia Beach Hotel, Grenadines - Full Board and Connecting Flights DiscountReceive up to 20% off your Full Board basis and inter-island flights when you book your stay at Bequia Beach Hotel, Grenadines.
|Book from||05 September 2018 to 19 December 2019|
05 September 2018 to 19 December 2019
Bequia Beach Hotel, Grenadines - Complimentary Connecting FlightsReceive up to two complimentary connecting flights when you book your stay at Bequia Beach Hotel, Grenadines.
Receive two complimentary connecting flights when you book 14 nights in a Beach Front Suite.
Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability. Please contact one of our specialists for more information.
|Book from||05 September 2018 to 19 December 2019|
05 September 2018 to 19 December 2019
Location & directions
St Vincent & Grenadines
Bequia Beach Hotel is located on Friendship Bay on the south east coast of Bequia, the second largest island in the Grenadines, nine miles west of Mustique.
How to get there
A 9-hour flight to Barbados and then a private or shared charter of 30-40 minutes, followed by a few minutes' drive, alternatively if arriving by boat from other Grenadines Islands, Port Elizabeth is a 20-minute drive.