The colonial-style Cotton House, on the island of Mustique in the Grenadines, offers a laid-back island atmosphere with the facilities of a world-class boutique hotel.
Boasting a collection of just 17 villas, suites, cottages and residences furnished in a plantation-style, this five star hotel is an intimate retreat. The social hub of the island, guests are welcomed with a refreshing drink upon arrival and are invited to mingle with local residences at the manager’s weekly cocktail party.
Please note the Cotton House closes for annual closure between 31 August - 01 November 2017
Cotton House, just one of two hotels on the island of Mustique, exudes exclusivity and intimacy. Attracting royalty and celebrities since the 1960s, this private Grenadine Island offers the ultimate luxury Caribbean escape. Set over 13 acres with sloping gardens leading to Endeavour Bay, this boutique hotel is housed in a former cotton warehouse, the oldest building on the island. At the heart of the hotel’s estate are The Great Room, where weekly cocktail parties are held, and the Veranda Restaurant with its open bar serving up its award-winning wine list, extensive cocktail menu and native rums. Spend days lounging beside the pool, snorkelling in the bay or exploring the island.