Just how private is Little Palm Island Resort? It’s accessible only by motor yacht or sea plane so you don’t have to worry about non-guests or other interlopers intruding on your vacation there.

Little Palm Island Resort was opened in 2019 and inspired by British West Indies design. This paradise features thatched roof bungalows with a careful nod to old-world tradition. There are only 30, one-bedroom suites in those bungalows on the entire island and every one is an oceanfront suite. Best of all, unless you buy out the entire resort for your stay, children under the age of 18 are not allowed.

Dining lives up to the resort’s location. The Dining room at Little Palm Island has been rated as the best hotel dining in Florida and the #3 restaurant in the United States by Zagat. Featuring local seafood and spices from the nearby islands, the restaurant is led by Chef Ali Monge who honed his skills at the Four Seasons in Washington, DC, two Michelin star-rated MiniBar by José Andrés, and recently served as executive chef at Michelin star-rated El Cielo in Miami.

As you would expect, there’s more to do than just lounge around the freshwater pool or read a novel on the pristine sand beaches. Guests have access to both deep sea and salt flat fishing excursions. Kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, and eco tours are also available to the resort’s patrons.

Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, US News & World Report, Forbes, Wine Spectator and other travel experts have included Little Palm Island Resort on their best of lists. It is an exotic, tropical getaway you can enjoy without having to leave the country. You’ll find more details and booking information at the Little Palm Island Resort website.

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