One of Pursuitist’s favorite resorts, Virgin Gorda’s Rosewood Little Dix Bay, is celebrating 50 years in business this year. As part of their celebration, the hotel has unveiled five new Tree House Suites, renovations of the original Tree House Cottages originally built by Laurance S. Rockefeller, Rosewood Little Dix Bay’s founder and designer. These suites mark the finale of three-year, multi-million dollar renovation of the resort.
“The Tree House Cottages are one of the strongest representations of Rockefeller’s legacy in creating a haven for naturalists at Rosewood Little Dix Bay,” said Edward Linsley, managing director of Rosewood Little Dix Bay. “Transforming these iconic accommodations into stunning new Suites was the perfect way to kick off the resort’s ambitious Golden Anniversary enhancements, and we are excited to welcome our most-discerning guests with these luxurious new hideaways.”
In keeping with the wish of today’s luxury travel for more private space, the original 10 Tree House Cottages have become five spacious standalone Tree House Suites. The new Suites feature expanded wraparound terraces with unobstructed panoramic beach views from an elevated perspective, in addition to shaded garden patios directly beneath the Suites.
Each features almost 1,000 square feet of interior living space, with amenities like dual vanities, a separate tub and indoor shower, as well as a luxurious outdoor shower.
To really get into the luxury spirit, book the 50th Birthday Buyout, which features a booking of all five suites for up to ten guests and includes a beach barbecue dinner for the group, a private sunset cruise, daily breakfast for all guests, dinner in the Sugar Mill’s private dining room and a special 50th birthday cake custom made by the resort’s Executive Chef.
Just want to book a room? These suites start at $895/night.