Hotels in Bequia
The new hotel on Friendship Bay overlooks calm water and the jagged Grenadine islands in the distance. The 29 colonial-style rooms open onto sun-drenched patios, and terraced gardens are filled with banana, mango, and papaya trees.
The six-suite sister property to Firefly Mustique opened in Bequia in 2007.
In the early 1960’s, American expat Tom Johnston fell in love with the laid-back pace of Bequia. He soon began work on his legacy, Moonhole, an eclectic group of houses near secluded Moonhole Beach, on the island’s southwestern tip.
Overlooking the crystalline waters off Bequia’s southeast coast, the hotel proves that "barefoot luxury" is more than an expression.
Built by a sea captain for his family more than 100 years ago, the 15-room Frangipani Hotel stands at the head of Admiralty Bay. Behind the two-story main house, with its pitched roof, gingerbread fretwork, and five simple rooms, are 10 suites shaded by the hotel’s eponymous trees.
A sunny three-bedroom villa on the side of a hill, with a pool and sea views.