In 1958, Laurance Rockefeller purchased 500 acres on Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands and opened the Rosewood Little Dix Bay Hotel four years later. Over the years, the resort has become an iconic Caribbean getaway, even hosting The Royal Family. Now, after Hurricane Irma and a four-year renovation, the hotel is back a back and better than ever. Returning guests will be happy to see the property maintains its beachy, mid-century modern roots and signature vaulted roofs. Integrated into the historic details and natural stone and wood palette are a collection of clean, modern guest rooms with expansive ocean views. While some suites and villas offer outdoor showers and private plunge pools, there's also a waterfront pool along with dining rooms and a spa overlooking the Caribbean.
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