Bequia Plantation Hotel | St Vincent and The Grenadines

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The Bequia Plantation Hotel enjoys a secluded beachfront location in Admiralty Bay. Villas and suites sit among coconut trees and flourishing gardens or on the beachfront.


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What's nearby

The island’s capital of Port Elizabeth offers shopping, a tourism centre and stalls selling fruit, vegetables and local crafts. Discover a former coconut plantation at Spring and seek out the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary at Park Bay.

At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 4 Star Superior
  • 22 rooms



Guest rooms, suites and villas have sea or garden views and sit on the beachfront, in the orchard or in the lush gardens. The contemporary décor uses a crisp monochrome palette with vibrant pops of deep blue, pink, green or turquoise – the colours of the Caribbean. Breathe in the morning sea breeze on your personal balcony or terrace.

Beachfront and garden villas allow for more self-contained living with refrigerators and microwaves as well as the latest home entertainment.



Chefs at the hotel get creative for their menus with the wealth of fresh ingredients available locally. There is also a separate menu for pizzas - they taste even better straight from a traditional brick oven. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Try a cooked plantation breakfast, conch fritters for lunch or barracuda for dinner.



Lounge by the pool or take advantage of the resort’s selection of watersports equipment to make more of beach days. Spend a day sailing in an historic trading schooner to swim with or watch turtles and dolphins.

Cross the Belmont Walkway to discover more sandy stretches like Princess Margaret Beach and Lower Bay. Climb ‘Ma Peggy Rock’ for a rewarding view from the island’s highest point.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

E. T. Joshua Airport (St Vincent)


Approximately 12 minutes from J. F. Mitchell Airport


The most popular months to visit are from December to May when the climate is less humid and trade winds provide welcome breezes. The southern islands are generally slightly drier and warmer than those of Mustique and Bequia in the north. Hurricane season is from July to November but these commonly pass over the north of St Vincent and tend to not have a significant impact.



St Vincent and The Grenadines