Palm Island Resort | St Vincent and The Grenadines | If Only

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Surrounded by coral reefs and crystal clear waters, and blessed with five stunning beaches, Palm Island by Elite is a private, adult-only oasis at the southern tip of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.


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0141 955 4000

What's nearby

Travel on the resort launch to neighbouring Union Island for a guided tour and lunch at a local restaurant. Join one of Palm Island’s sailing captains for a complimentary Hobie sail along Palm Island’s magnificent coast.

At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 4 Star Superior
  • 41 rooms & suites



Palm Island’s rooms, suites and villas are either on or close to the beach. Woven rattan ceilings and bamboo furniture add a rustic feel to the contemporary décor. Private terraces link inside with outside while some properties also have deep soaking tubs.

The resort’s villas are the epitome of an island sanctuary. Set high in the cliffs or on the water’s edge, each villa affords even more interior space, as well as a dining terrace or deck.



Stunning ocean views are served with breakfast, lunch and dinner in the elegant Royal Palm Restaurant. Enjoy a break from the sun for an island-style afternoon tea.

The seaside Sunset Grill adds Caribbean panache to international dishes for lunch taking full advantage of freshly prepared Caribbean flavours and home-grown vegetable.

Book a Hammock Picnic spot and enjoy a private picnic for two or enjoy a private dining experience and menu under the heart shape tree, in the gazebo or under the beachfront pergola.


Discover an island oasis at Tranquility Body & Soul Spa. Pamper body and soul with a restful menu of massage and beauty treatments. Look and feel your best with a manicure at the salon. Keep in shape at Palm Island’s air-conditioned gym or lose yourself in a good book in the lending library.



Red Beard the Pirate captures children’s imaginations with adventure story-time hours and swashbuckling craft sessions.

Activity staff members help with beach castles, bicycle rides, beginner’s tennis and scavenger hunts. The island’s own naturalist introduces enquiring minds to local wildlife and vegetation.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

E. T. Joshua Airport (St Vincent)


From Barbados a 55 minute flight and a 10 minute sail


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.



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