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Basils Bar Press

Selected quotes, press and online coverage

“Social Epicentre of Mustique is Basil’s Bar. Here Grammy meets Ocarswinner and Wallstreet meets fashion. The bamboo-style iconic bar is named after it’s founder Basil Charles also known as the King of Mustique.”
VOGUE GERMANY


“Mustique is like a village with inhabitants from all corners of the Jet –Set world. At the famous Basil’s Bar you have a good chance of bumping into Claudia Schiffer or Mick Jagger. But this is not a big deal on the smallest XXL island in the world.”
ELLE GERMANY


“Basil’s, Basil’s, Basil’s. Mustique is all about villas, so guests flock to this bar in the evening and you’ve all heard of it’s potent combination of cocktails and blues (the festival in January is a hit).”
TATLER


“Of all the celebrity haunts in the world, Basil’s Bar might be the most stellar, although you’re as likely to see a local fisherman here as a ruling royal.. But it retains and easygoing charm where everyone’s welcome.”
MR PORTER


“Below is Britannia Bay, where yachts come in and bob about while their sailors make for a Dark and Stormy at Basil’s.”
CONDE NAST TRAVELLER


“There’s a routine here and you quickly fall into a relaxing rhythm.. On Wednesday’s we have rum cocktails and dance at Basil’s Bar.”
VOGUE


“…luxury, for princesses who are sick of palaces, was dancing barefoot in the sand by a rum shack, or knocking back a pina colada without fearing who might be taking a photograph; hence the fame of Basils Bar in Mustique”
HARPERS BAZAAR


“Basils Bar on the coastline, became internationally renowned”
THE TIMES


“The social scene revolves around the rocket-fuelled rum punches and live music of Basils Bar”
TELEGRAPH ULTRATRAVEL


“beautiful informal, and not in an ‘informal diamonds’ sort of way. Everyone just pitches up of an evening, usually covered in sand and salt from a day at the beach”..
TATLER


“Make sure you head to the legendary Basils Beach Bar.. For barbecue and cocktails.”
NET A PORTER


“…finish the night at Basils, the island’s infamous (and only) bar, downing rum punches …”
TATLER 

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