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Buccament Bay Resort

Buccament Bay Resort, St. Vincent

At a Glance

    Pros

  • huge accommodations
  • lots of amenities and activities
  • eight restaurants serve a variety of cuisines
  • great spot for soccer-playing kids

    Cons

  • very expensive
  • quite remote—a rental car is advised

Buccament Bay Resort Review

This luxury villa community, by far the largest resort in St. Vincent, is on a pretty bay about a half-hour drive northwest of Kingstown. The beautifully designed and elegantly furnished one-, two-, or four-bedroom villas are privately owned but available to vacationers. They are modern, one-story bungalows with vaulted ceilings, sophisticated espresso-and-ivory decor, and elegantly appointed bathrooms. Wooden shutters open onto a deck with a plunge pool. The units have stocked fridges and coffee machines but do not have kitchens; guests dine at the resort's eight restaurants. A layer of imported white sand covers the natural black-sand beach to make it more appealing to beachgoers. You can also enjoy the double infinity pool, a fitness center, a spa offering indoor or outdoor massages, scuba diving, daytime excursions on land or sea, and a library of DVDs, video games, books, and board games. A kids' club provides supervised day care with age-appropriate activities. Or choose professional performing-arts, tennis, and soccer instruction—and pickup soccer games with staff and local kids—for adults and children alike.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Buccament Bay, off the Leeward Hwy., 5 miles north of Kingstown Buccament, St. Vincent VC0274
  • Phone: 784/457–4100
  • Website:
  • Location: St. Vincent

    Hotel Details

  • 102 villas.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
Updated: 03-04-2014

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