British Virgin Islands

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Virgin Gorda
13 reviews
On the southwestern tip of Virgin Gorda, this resort faces "a palm-lined beach that could not be more magnificent." — Condé Nast Traveler
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Tortola
13 reviews
It offers rooms in a variety of configurations, ranging from four-bedroom villas to the original A-frame cottages built in the 1960s. — Lonely Planet
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Tortola
8 reviews
In a league of its own for ambience, intimacy and customer service, this boutique hotel rises from the ruins of the Appleby Plantation that gave Apple Bay its name. — Lonely Planet
8
Virgin Gorda
9 reviews
This is a resort for people who don't take their vacation lying down. Action-packed is the name of the game with day trips, snorkeling excursions... and sailing, sailing, sailing. — Concierge
7
Guana Island
6 reviews
Privately-owned castaway resort with private terraces, miles of nature trails, and a gourmet restaurant. — Jetsetter
7
Tortola
6 reviews
Once on the island's main entrance, look for a lovely path going up hill. It's flanked by bougainvilleas and banyan trees, and will take you to the house built by Robb and Rosalie. — Afar Magazine
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Virgin Gorda
5 reviews
The villas are individually decorated in tropical style and come complete with complimentary kayaks and snorkeling equipment. — DK Eyewitness
7
Virgin Gorda
4 reviews
All the condos in this upscale complex a few minutes' drive from Spanish Town have at least partial ocean views. — Fodor's
7
5 reviews
Boutique BVI beachfront sleep with 30 villas and suites, a restaurant and a pool. — Jetsetter
7
Tortola
5 reviews
This quiet oasis is far enough from Road Town to give it a secluded feel but close enough to make shops and restaurants convenient. — Fodor's
$125
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Virgin Gorda
3 reviews
Rambling back from the beach, these hexagonal one- and two-bedroom villas give you all the comforts of home—and that striking boulder-fringed beach is just minutes away. — Fodor's
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Tortola
3 reviews
High on Windy Hill between Cane Garden Bay and Carrot Bay, this property has nine spacious apartments that seem to hang out in thin air. — Lonely Planet
7
Tortola
5 reviews
Situated on Tortola’s northwest shore, among funky hotels and surf shacks, Sebastian’s on the Beach offers two-and-a-half-pearl, waterfront accommodations in a pleasant, but dated, package. — Oyster
7
Tortola
4 reviews
Once a Dutch fortress used to protect Road Town’s inner harbor, Fort Burt Hotel is now a budget-friendly property with 17 guest rooms. — Oyster
7
Tortola
4 reviews
The marina at Wickhams Cay II houses bare and crewed boats aplenty. — DK Eyewitness
7
Tortola
4 reviews
Maria’s is on the harbor (no beach)... If you like watching the coming and going of charter yachts from a seaside pool and sundeck, this expansive three-story operation with 40 units may be for you. — Lonely Planet
7
Anegada
3 reviews
Head to the outdoor bar for Wreck punch, made with rum—and bartender Alex Warren won’t tell you what else. — Travel + Leisure
7
Anegada
5 reviews
Standing on the site of a resort built in the 1970s that never opened, this is one of the most remote places covered in this guide, and a favorite of the yachting set. — Frommer's
7
Virgin Gorda
4 reviews
Stroll from your room onto the beach at this casual spot in Spanish Town. Some rooms front on the beach; others are tucked back in the garden. The restaurant is excellent. — DK Eyewitness
7
Virgin Gorda
4 reviews
Saba Rock, a mere speck reached only by boat, has special rates for boaters who need a break from the nautical life. — DK Eyewitness
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