Sneak Peek: Petit St. Vincent, Grenadine Islands

Petit St. Vincent, a 115-acre private island in the Caribbean’s Grenadines, reopened on November 1 with a new beach bar and restaurant, a hillside spa, and 22 refurbished cottages ($1,050 per night, per couple, all inclusive). To celebrate its new additions, the resort is offering two packages through August 31, 2012: the Seven for Six package (from $6,300), which gives guests seven nights’ stay for the price of six; and the Honeymoon and Romance package (from $6,750), which includes seven nights’ accommodations in addition to a private dinner on the beach, a massage for two, a snorkeling trip, a private picnic, and Champagne upon arrival. Petit St. Vincent also is available for exclusive rental throughout the year. (800.654.9326, www.psvresort.com)

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