On behalf of the entire Peter Island team, we say Thank You! The support and kindness we have felt from all of you during this difficult time has been overwhelming and it has warmed our hearts to know how loved we are, not just as a resort, but as a country and destination in the Caribbean.

 Damage assessments are still underway from Hurricanes Irma and Maria, and like many similarly situated properties, we unfortunately have to share that the resort will remain closed for the duration of 2017 and into late 2018. We do not have a reopen date yet as this will depend on the progress of the BVI government to restore normal operations, the return of staff, and our rebuild.  The combination of these factors will be the basis of our eventual reopen date. Until we are confident we can provide you, our valued Peter Island guests, the experience you deserve, we will not be taking reservations for future bookings.

 We appreciate your continued support and look forward to welcoming you once again as a valued guest to Peter Island Resort & Spa in the future. 

Deadman's Beach

Legend has it that that Deadman’s Beach was named after the pirates who were marooned on neighboring Dead Chest Island and washed up on our shores. And it takes a mere second – or one toe in the sand, whichever comes first – to realize that those swashbucklers may have discovered gold after all. A mile-long crescent of perfect palm trees, pristine white sand and turquoise-blue waters, Deadman’s Beach is our island’s biggest beach, perfect for snorkeling, sunbathing or just an afternoon of wondering why it took you so long to discover Peter Island. 

If you happen to get hungry or thirsty during your visit to Deadman’s Beach, Deadman’s Beach Bar & Grill is just a coconut’s throw away. If you’d rather never lift a toe from the sand, servers from Deadman’s Beach Bar & Grill will look after you, taking your order right from the shore.

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