Palm Island is a tiny resort island is just a mile from Union Island, and is a 135-acre tropical oasis of unhurried rest and stress free relaxation. Originally known as Prune Island, Palm got its current name when former owners, the late John Caldwell (a.k.a Johnny Coconuts) and his wife Mary, planted hundreds of coconut palms, transforming the deserted island into a palm covered resort. Now a private all-inclusive resort where tranquillity reigns, Palm Island is the perfect getaway for people who love natural beauty and want to escape from it all.
Surrounded by crystal clear waters and five sparkling white beaches, one of the favourites being Casuarina Beach, which runs the entire length of the western coastline. Forty beautifully appointed guest rooms, all with incredible views are sprinkled around the island. Sunset Restaurant and Bar is open to non resident guests for breakfast, lunch and dinner (closed to non-residents September - October). Royal Palm accepts outsiders for lunch and dinner but reservations are essential. There is a strict "smart but casual" dress code (no swim wear allowed). Hotel facilities (pool, watersports, beach chairs, bicycles, etc.) are strictly for resident guests only. Outsiders are allowed to visit, but must make prior arrangements with the hotel and the "private" signs must be adhered to.