Rosewood Little Dix Bay

A cherished Caribbean escape
Editor's Note: Rosewood Little Dix Bay is closed for renovations. The hotel will reopen in late 2019.

Laurance S. Rockefeller was the visionary behind Little Dix Bay. In the late 1950s, the conservationist began buying land on the island with the dream to build a resort that was in “harmony with nature,” meaning the resort’s accommodations would blend unobtrusively into the surrounding landscape. In 1964, that dream became a reality when Little Dix Bay, located on a half-mile crescent beach, opened its doors to the public.

Since that momentous occasion, the 500-acre Little Dix Bay has remained a formidable player in the luxury Caribbean vacation sector, catering mostly to leisure travelers, which include families and couples, who more often than not come back to the property year after year.

In December 1993, Little Dix Bay became part of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, and in 2006, the resort completed a five-year, multimillion-dollar renovation. Improvements included a new cliffside spa; a 2,500-square-foot children's center; and the additions of 16 Rosewood Junior Suites, two Beach Houses and five Villas.

In 2014, Rosewood Little Dix Bay celebrated its golden anniversary, marking a 50-year milestone. Tied in with this anniversary is another multiyear renovation (the first phase of the enhancements were completed in January 2014) that includes more room upgrades, refinished public areas and new Tree House Suites that pay homage to the original stilted cottages featured when the resort first opened.
Getting There
Lee Road
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