Scrub Island in British Virgin Islands Adds Four New Villas

Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina, the first luxury, private-island resort development to be built in the British Virgin Islands in more than 15 years, has added four new hillside villas to its inventory. 

With views of the Caribbean, the new Longview Villas are private villa estates ranging from two to six bedrooms and from 3,000 to more than 6,000 square feet. A solid fit for a retreat for small, large and multi-generational families, the villas have daily housekeeping and transportation service on demand.

“In addition to our nine existing villas, the new Longview Villas are a perfect complement to the luxurious accommodations at Scrub Island,” said Federico Ciampi, Scrub Island’s resort manager, in a written release. “From honeymooning couples to extended families, resort guests can experience their very own exclusive, private island villa with all the amenities of a five-star resort and more.”


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The Spinnaker House, The Drake House, The Shoreline House and The Leeward House take their names from their unique locations, inspiring views and individual personalities. Each villa features large balconies and terraces, as well as Subzero and Wolf appliances, enclosed rain showers and infinity-edged or plunge pools. 

Taking inspiration from the British West Indies, villa interiors include dark woods and light walls, and feature local artwork, custom furnishings, king-size beds with luxury linens, bamboo ceiling fans and flat panel televisions.

When fully open, large sliding windows and doors invite the balmy trade winds and display unobstructed views. Each bathroom is grand in size and splendor, with natural stone flooring, granite-top twin-vanity, rainforest shower head, water closet and a soaking tub. Villa exteriors recall a British Colonial-style with distinct touches of Caribbean in a village-inspired setting.

New villa rates begin at $2,250 per night for a three-bedroom, $2,750 for a four-bedroom and $3,750 for a six-bedroom.


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