Peter Island Resort and Spa - British Virgin Islands


Peter Island Tradewinds Restaurant at nightTradewinds Restaurant

Peter Island’s signature restaurant features the Caribbean’s most renowned chefs. Warm breezes whisper by as the delicate chimes of German china, French silverware and Italian crystal fill the air. Welcome to the intimacy of Tradewinds Restaurant. Be sure to make a special visit on Saturday nights for their legendary Tradewinds Gala Buffet, featuring Caribbean twists on everything from salads, vegetables and fruits to fresh seafood and meats featured at live carving stations. But beware: get too full and you’ll miss out on an amazing variety of homemade desserts.

Peter island Tradewinds wine roomTradewinds Wine Room

The variety and quality of wine offered in The Tradewinds Wine Room is reflected in over 300 selections, including the Caribbean’s most exclusive collection of champagne, wine, cognac, armagnac, grappa and eau de vie.

Appreciating that extraordinary food and premier wine go together like sun and sand, Peter Island Resort added a wine room to Tradewinds, complete with a mahogany banquet table, floor-to-ceiling wine cases and precise climate control.

Deadman’s Beach Bar and GrillPeter Island Deadmans beach grill by night

Deadman’s Beach Bar & Grill serves a tempting fusion of Caribbean and Continental flavours for both lunch and dinner. Specialties include wood-fired pizza, colourful buffets, signature sandwiches, and Peter Island’s “finger-lickin’-good” ribs. Plus, the vibe is anything but “dead” at Deadman’s – a steel drum band sets the mood on selected afternoons and thrills guests with a repeat performance to spice up mid-week nights at our Caribbean Buffet.

Drakes Channel Lounge

Amidst cushioned chaises and soothing breezes, Drake’s Channel Lounge serves sumptuous cocktails and frozen drinks every day of the week. Resort favourites include the Landscape (a tri-colored concoction of Midori, mango and raspberry) and the Mango Smoothie (mango blended with ice cream, rum and coconut cream.) Stop by just to soak it all in and slow it all down