Necker Island


Necker Island, Sir Richard Branson’s private island

This is barefoot luxury in a setting that is just about as exclusive as it gets. Necker Island is Sir Richard Branson’s private island paradise located in the British Virgin Islands, a stunning and unspoilt area of the Caribbean. At 74 acres, Necker sits in turquoise waters surrounded by coral reefs and fringed with beautiful white sandy beaches.

Sprawled across the island are 24 luxurious guest rooms, sleeping up to 48 adults and six children. Sitting atop the highest point of the island, The Great House boasts panoramic views of the Caribbean, the Atlantic and some neighbouring islands, accommodating up to 24 guests across 12 rooms, including Leha Lo, plus six children in the bunkroom. Blending into the tropical landscape, dotted around the island are ten authentic Balinese style houses, consisting of the Bali Hi complex, Bali Lo complex and temple house. While no two rooms are the same, they all offer complete privacy, a spacious terrace and some even have their very own plunge pool.

Laze the days away by simply doing nothing, learn how to kite-surf, take to the floodlit tennis courts or unwind from the stresses of everyday life with a treatment at the island Spa; the possibilities are endless. The team on Necker are experienced at adapting to the needs of guests to ensure the holiday of a lifetime.