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Necker Island is normally hired exclusively, but on selected weeks of the year known as 'Celebration Weeks' you can book individual rooms on the island for stays of 7 nights. Come and make yourself at home and enjoy all the island has to offer, whether as a couple, a family or with a small group of friends!
When you book an individual room you share the island, meeting at mealtimes and taking advantage of some of the fantastic water sports facilities and activities on offer. But don’t worry if you are the shy type, the island is 74 acres so there is plenty of space for some quiet sunbathing or a relaxing swim in one of the pools.
We usually hold a number of Celebration Weeks during the year, so keep an eye on this page for the latest updates.
7-night stays required unless stated otherwise. Set arrival dates may apply to conform with the BVI Government COVID-19 quarantine restrictions and guidelines. Interconnecting family rooms are available.
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7-night stays required unless stated otherwise. Set arrival dates may apply. Interconnecting family rooms are available for a rate of US $7,725 for two interconnecting family rooms (based on two adults and two children sharing).
*Bali Lo, Bali Hi and Temple complex rooms can be booked individually six months prior to arrival.
A 2.5% service charge and a 3% BVI Hotel Accommodation Tax will be added to your bill
An optional 1% donation to our charity partner Unite BVI will also be added
An environmental and tourism levy of US $10 per person will apply to all guests visiting the BVI. The levy will be collected on arrival at the port of entry for those visitors arriving by sea or air. For further information, please visit www.bvitourism.com
An optional 1% donation to our charity partner Unite BVIwill also be added
7-night stays required unless stated otherwise. Interconnecting family rooms are available for a rate of US $7,725 for two interconnecting family rooms (based on two adults and two children sharing).
On Necker Island, young guests are bound to have just as much fun as the adults! From amazing treasure hunts to discovering the island's abundant wildlife, from pizza making to beach Olympics; splashing around in the pool to attending a pirate party, tennis lessons to jumping around on the water trampoline, we have the perfect activity for all of our younger guests.
Kids can stay in the super-equipped Bunk Room at the Great House which is full of toys, books and gaming consoles. While for even younger guests, we have cots, baby baths and other baby essentials available on request. Young foodies will also be able to choose from a selection of well balanced, healthy and fun meals, keeping both the parents and kids happy.
Frequently Asked Questions
When can I arrive and depart?
We ask for guests to arrive no earlier than 16h00, and to depart no later than 12h00.
How does it work during Celebration Weeks?
During Celebration Weeks there's no particular schedule, and you can do as little or as much as you like. Every morning our team will find out what everyone is interested in doing and will arrange activities accordingly. Some people may choose to go sailing while others brush up on their tennis skills with our resident professional. Or you could find a private spot on a beach or by a pool and spend the day doing absolutely nothing! Meals are generally taken together in a variety of locations around the island, however if you wish to dine privately on one evening our staff can make all the necessary arrangements.
Which Covid-19 safety procedures do you have in place?
We have always been extremely proud of the incredible experiences we offer and what is more important now than ever is that we continue to share the Necker Island magic, but in a slightly different way. Your safety and wellbeing always being our number one priority and you can find out more about our measures here.
What about medical facilities?
Necker Island staff members are fully trained in first aid and basic medical equipment is available on the island. The nearest doctor and hospital is 60 minutes away. Emergency evacuation is possible by helicopter, subject to weather conditions, and medical charges may apply. We recommend you purchase travel insurance which includes appropriate medical coverage.
How about cash? Which currency is used?
As you know, rates on Necker Island include just about everything, but to settle any extras we accept cash and most major credit cards. The local currency on the island and in the area is US dollars.
Gratuities? What about tipping?
A service charge is added to your rate and divided amongst all the team; additional tips are entirely at your discretion. We are happy to have a chat with you about this on island, should you have any questions.
What should I wear and pack?
Situated in the tropics, the weather in the British Virgin Islands is hot and fairly humid throughout the year so we recommend that you dress accordingly and unless something special has been organized for your stay or you prefer to dress for dinner, there is no need to bring too many smart clothes. Beachwear is just fine anywhere on the island!
Many evenings will have special themes so we recommend asking our team what these might be before you finish packing. Please ensure you label your bags before you leave home with your name and ‘Necker Island’.
What’s in my room?
In your room you will find UK plug adaptors (the island is fitted with US plug sockets), a direct dial telephone, a selection of toiletries including shampoo, conditioner and shower gel, a hairdryer, sunhats, bathrobes, kimonos, sarongs, a mosquito net and a ceiling fan. Located at various convenient locations around the island you will also find a selection of reef-friendly sunscreens in various SPFs, after sun lotion, insect repellent and pool towels. All rooms are air-conditioned.
What is the BVI Environmental Levy?
An environmental and tourism levy of US$10 per person is in effect for all passengers visiting the BVI. The levy is collected on arrival at the port of entry for those visitors arriving by sea or air. The monies collected are used to facilitate environmental protection and improvement, climate change, and the maintenance and development of tourist sites and other tourism related activities. For further information about the levy and for details about those visitors who are exempt from paying, please visit www.bvitourism.com
What is the Departure Tax
A $50 departure tax per person is payable at the airport when you leave the BVI. This must be paid before you clear security and after you’ve checked in for your flight. If you are flying out on a private aircraft your charter company should automatically take care of this for you.