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Rosewood Little Dix Bay renovation update

Rosewood Little Dix Bay new look
The legendary Rosewood Little Dix Bay closed its doors to begin its renovation on 1st May 2016, signifying the most substantial, and resort wide, upgrade since it was founded by Laurance S. Rockefeller over 50 years ago. Seven months in and there have been substantial developments, with the resort set to reopen December 2017, with a confirmed date to be announced Q1, 2017.

The rendering show the new open-air arrival experience, re-built Beach Grill and one of the new Two Bedroom suites. The pyramid shape design of the lounge will complement the existing Pavilion restaurant and will serve as a gathering area for arriving and departing guests.  The new Beach Grill will offer expanded seating to enjoy the stunning views of Little Dix Bay and will be open for lunch and dinner. The design of these new buildings pays homage to Laurance S. Rockefeller’s vision of a luxury retreat at one with nature.

The design team currently on site have also begun work on both the Sugar Mill and the Pavilion restaurants.  The structures of both these iconic buildings remain intact, however the interiors have been completely stripped out, with exciting new designs and restaurant concepts taking shape.

On the accommodation side, the renovation will reduce the overall number of rooms at the resort from 95 to 79, to include two Beach Houses and new Two Bedroom Suites with direct beach access.  On the western side of the resort there will be seven new One Bedroom Suites with plunge pools. This area of the resort is set slightly back from the beach and with the addition of new terraces with individual plunge pools, these suites will offer a closer connection to the water with beautiful views of Little Dix Bay. 

New York City-based Meyers Davis Studio, Inc. are leading the renovations and are overseeing the overall design concept for the refreshed Rosewood Little Dix Bay. OBMI, a Miami-based architectural firm, are managing the new structure of the Beach Grill and the remodel of the resort’s guestrooms and suites. Together, these agencies will ensure that Rosewood Little Dix Bay honours Laurance S. Rockefeller’s original vision of a luxurious hideaway set amidst the pristine backdrop of Virgin Gorda.

Once the resort reopens its doors, its breath-taking new design and exceptional array of amenities will reaffirm Rosewood Little Dix Bay’s position as the Caribbean’s most sought-after destination providing guests with an unrivalled luxury experience.

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