Rosewood Little Dix Bay
Why get up to go to the bar for a cocktail when you have a personal butler and a service button under your beach umbrella? Zen is the word for this stylish retro retreat located on the BVI’s third-largest and second-most populous island. Built in 1964 by conservationist Laurance Rockefeller, the 80 rooms, suites, beach houses and hillside villa that line the half-mile, luminous-white beach, are purposefully concealed by the surrounding jungle canopy. Each has stone feature walls, mid-century modern touches and an outdoor shower. Alongside fresh seafood, an on-site sustainable farm means all fruit and veg used is grown on the hotel grounds.