Rosewood Little Dix Bay

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Lee Road Valley Spanish Town Virgin Gorda VG 1150


Group Offer

01/16/2023 – 12/13/2024


Forbes Travel Guide


2022 U.S. News & World Report 2022 Best Hotels Rankings- Gold Badge, #1 in Best British Virgin Islands Resorts, #32 in Best Caribbean Hotels, #29 in Best Caribbean Resorts 2021 World Spa Awards: British Virgin Islands' Best Resort Spa 2021 World Travel Awards: British Virgin Islands' Leading Resort 2021 Condé Nast Traveler 2021 Readers’ Choice Awards- #1 in Best Resorts in the Caribbean Islands, #14 in Best Resorts in the World Condé Nast Traveler Gold List 2021 U.S. News & World Report 2021 Best Hotels Rankings- Gold Badge, #1 in Best British Virgin Islands Resorts, #14 in Best Caribbean Hotels, #9 in Best Caribbean Resorts Travel + Leisure 2021 It List TIME World's Greatest Places 2021 2020 Condé Nast Traveler 2020 'Hot List' Departures 2020 Legend Awards - Hotel Renovations Departures 2020 Legend Awards - Best Meal: Reef House Architectural Digest 2020 AD Great Design Awards Town & Country Hotel Awards 2020 - The Best New Hotels in the World 2020 AIA Miami Design Awards – OBM International won in Restoration/Renovation award category for Rosewood Little Dix Bay World Spa Awards – British Virgin Island’s Best Resort Spa 2020


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (garden)
  • View (ocean or water)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Space (outdoor)
  • Space (private)
  • Space (semi-private)

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • VIP services

AV capabilities

  • Onsite AV staff

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts
  • Water sports

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Taxi

Getting Here

Virgin Gorda can be reached via nearby islands such as Tortola, St. Thomas and Antigua. The resort is a five-minute drive from Virgin Gorda Airport (VIJ) and 20 minutes by boat from Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS), also known as Tortola Beef Island Airport. The resort provides catamaran transfers from Tortola. Year-round air taxi service operates daily from St. Thomas (STT) to Virgin Gorda. The 20-minute transfer can be booked directly through the resort. Water taxi service, averaging 90 minutes, is also available. VI Airlink offers a chartered 75-minute air transfer from Antigua (ANU) to Virgin Gorda.


  • Complimentary parking

Distance from airport

  • 13 mi. from venue

Rosewood Little Dix Bay Meeting Space

Total meeting space26,950 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms14
Largest room6,200 sq. ft.
Second largest room3,800 sq. ft.
Space (Private)Available
Space (Semi-private)Available
Space (Outdoor)Available

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms82
Tax rate10%
Occupancy rate10%

Local Attractions

The Baths National Park

10 minutes away
Established in 1990. Area: 7 acres The center piece of this dramatic area on Virgin Gorda's north shore is The Baths, a geological wonder comprised of awe-inspiring granite boulders, which form sheltered sea pools on the beach's edge. The protected area also includes Devil's Bay, which can be reached from The Baths by a series of ladders scaling the boulders. Just north of The Baths, Spring Bay is reached by a separate road and includes a lovely white sand beach. National Parks Trust's Description: Encompassing the beaches and rocky shoreline at the southwestern tip of Virgin Gorda, The Baths is a collection of massive granite boulders as large as 40 feet in diameter, with white sand beaches and secret rock pools. The cavernous surroundings are a result of the molten rock seeping up into the existing volcanic rock layers; because the molten rock did not reach the surface it cooled slowly and formed the hard crystalline granite layer. Further shrinkage and cracking formed blocks, which were exposed when the softer volcanic rock above eroded away. Weathering rounded the corners of the boulders to what they are today. These massive boulders are also found at Fallen and Broken Jerusalem. A series of steps and rope handrails guide explorers along a trail through the boulders from the beach at The Baths to the sandy expanse that is Devil's Bay. This popular daytime anchourage is ideal for swimming and snorkelling. The dinghy dock offshore prevents the beach from becoming overcrowded with dinghies, whilst mooring buoys protect the reef from anchor damage. Swim line markers guide vessels through safe channels when approaching the beaches, but caution should always be used and speeds should not exceed 5mph. Onshore facilities include bathrooms and lockers, creating a safe and enjoyable experience in this unique environment. Strong ocean swells can occur in the winter months, preventing use of the mooring buoys and access to the beach from the sea. Swimming is also discouraged during these periods, due to the strong currents.
The Valley
Virgin Gorda, VG


7 minutes away
Nestled between imposing granite boulders, and a calm relaxing beach, Coco Maya offers an eclectic Asian Fusion menu from sushi and tapas to char-grilled fillets. The restaurant features distinct seating areas including a beach level wrap around bar with wood burning fire pit, moonlight dining area, and an upstairs open air lounge. Reservations for dinner are recommended. Happy hour every day from 3– 6 pm with specialty cocktails and tapas. Functions and events can be held in various areas of the restaurant including beachfront. CocoMaya can accommodate groups up to 200 people for a restaurant buy out.
Spanish Town
Virgin Gorda

Saba Rock

25 minutes away
The Restaurant & Bar at Saba Rock features a relaxed waterfront setting with a magnificent view of the North Sound. You will be dining literally above the water while listening to the sounds of gentle lapping waves beneath your feet. Keep your eyes open for sting rays & turtles popping out by your table as you dine! At the Saba Rock restaurant, their goal is to provide fresh, flavorful food at a great value. The menu is the perfect blend of traditional favorites with a Caribbean twist – there is something to satisfy every palate.
Saba Rock

Soggy Dollar Bar

2 hours away
A swim up bar named after the fact that there is no dock and your money gets wet on the way. This is the original home of the famous Pain Killer drink.
Jost Van Dyke


Imagine a luminous half-mile crescent beach of soft white sand caressed by turquoise waters. An enchanting landscape where lush mountaintops tower above rock cathedrals carved over eons of time. Within the secluded sun-kissed splendor of Virgin Gorda, you will discover the British Virgin Islands’ most exclusive resort – Rosewood Little Dix Bay. Just beyond a colorful barrier reef, lapped by gentle blue waters, lies Rosewood Little Dix Bay. It's a paradise offering tranquility found nowhere else in the Caribbean; a place where the pristine shoreline and the soaring boulders of the Baths of Virgin Gorda create an unrivaled setting in which time seems to be suspended. It is the ultimate setting for the “ultimate reward.” Centered around a secluded, crescent-shaped beach on the island of Virgin Gorda, Little Dix Bay is equally suited for active team building or a “think tank” retreat. The bonding opportunities for colleagues and clients are unmatched. The resort is a sanctuary for soft adventurists and water sports enthusiasts as well as a gourmand’s fantasy with world-class dining in spectacular settings.


High season
Jan 1 – Apr 30
Dec 16 – Dec 31
Shoulder season
May 1 – Aug 31
Low season
Sep 1 – Nov 17

Cancellation Policy

0 to 30 Days: 100% 31 to 60 Days: 90% 61 to 120 Days: 70% 121 days or more: Various subject to lead time

Facility Restrictions

Set within 500 acres of untamed natural gardens, Rosewood Little Dix Bay is surrounded by astonishingly clear blue seas, rugged hills, isolated beaches and spectacular geological formations. Long regarded as one of the world’s greatest getaways, the resort offers a level of refinement and seclusion unrivaled in the Caribbean. After an extensive multi-million dollar renovation Rosewood Little Dix Bay returned on 6th January 2020.

Additional Information

A haven of tranquility, Rosewood Little Dix Bay offers an escape from the ordinary. Since 1964, guests have been captivated by this truly authentic, quintessentially Caribbean island experience. When Christopher Columbus came upon Virgin Gorda in 1493, he saw in the island’s shape a portly woman in repose and thus named the island “Virgin Gorda” (“Fat Virgin”). To this day, the island remains largely undeveloped—an unspoiled paradise of verdant hills, secluded coves and beautiful beaches surrounded by the clear blue waters of the Sir Francis Drake Channel. When Laurance Rockefeller first encountered Virgin Gorda, the island was home to a struggling agricultural community. In 1958, the conservationist began buying up land with the dream of establishing a resort in harmony with nature. He chose a sandy crescent bay he dubbed the "wilderness beach" for the site of his environmentally minded endeavor. When it opened in 1964, Little Dix Bay represented a new style of island retreat. The hideaway featured cottages tucked unobtrusively into the surrounding landscape just steps from a pristine white-sand beach that would quickly earn a reputation as one of the finest in the world. In 1993, Little Dix Bay joined Rosewood Hotels & Resorts. The resort continued to draw legions of loyal guests who appreciated its understated approach to luxury and respect for the environment. Following its golden anniversary, the legendary property closed to undergo a multi-million-dollar renovation. In keeping with Rockefeller’s original vision, the reimagined resort is still composed of a limited number of structures positioned to follow the lines of the landscape. Local cultural motifs and indigenous materials have been incorporated into the resort’s architecture, and the interiors reflect the spirit of the mid-century modern design movement which prevailed at the time of the resort’s inception.