Bitter End Yacht Club in the British Virgin Islands is coming back better than ever! The popular resort on Virgin Gorda was shuttered after damage from Hurricane Irma in 2017 and is set to relaunch this winter with some major upgrades.
Bitter End was already amazing, so we can’t wait to see what the resort has dubbed “Bitter End 2.0.”
Here’s what we are most excited about:
Overwater Bungalows (!)
Overwater bungalows are becoming more popular in the Caribbean and can be found in Jamaica, Antigua, and the Mexican Caribbean, but staying overwater in the beautiful British Virgin Islands is a whole new vibe.
The new two-story Marina Lofts sit right over the Caribbean Sea, and come equipped with balconies, hammocks, and docks that are perfecting for launching paddle boards and other water sport equipment.
A New Waterfront Plaza
At the heart of the renovated resort is a nautical village for relaxing and socializing, anchored with new buildings including the Clubhouse Restaurant, the Quarterdeck Marina, the Watersports Center, and the Reeftique Boutique.
A Modern Marina
Bitter End will continue to cater to yachts and charters by debuting the brand-new Quarterdeck Marina. The two-story, open-air venue features an upstairs lounge and terrace, waterfront views, and enhanced amenities like marina-wide Wi-Fi and upgraded bathrooms.
Unique Dining Options
The resort features five unique drinking and dining venues, including a new twist on the iconic Clubhouse, and a reinterpretation of the B.V.I.’s original waterfront bar. There will also be a pizza and wine restaurant, and a cool beach bar created from a sunken vessel.
Additional highlights include an impressive market that stocks everything from fresh seafood to key lime pie, and a new water sports center.