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Mango Bay Resort
3.5 out of 5
Plum Bay Road, The Valley, Virgin Gorda, Virgin Gorda
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4.6/5Exceptional! (42 reviews)

"Love the room on the beach #10. Love the outdoor kitchen, dining and shower. Gino was great! Chudney is great for transportation and conversation! Thanks so much guys. The other guests we met were all return guests and we plan to be too! JPL"…"

Reviewed on Aug 8, 2017

Mango Bay Resort
Fischer's Cove Beach Hotel & Restaurant
3.5 out of 5
The Valley, P.O. Box 60, Virgin Gorda
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3.3/5 (18 reviews)
Hotel will take advantage of you in a disaster!

"Do not book this hotel! We intended to stay at this hotel Sept 4-6, and Hurricane Irma made landfall on the 4th/5th. We had to cancel our plans to avoid getting trapped in a category 5 hurricane on an island that was in its direct path. This hotel declined multiple times to issue a refund, before ..."…"

Reviewed on Nov 26, 2017

Fischer's Cove Beach Hotel & Restaurant
Rosewood Little Dix Bay
5 out of 5
Lee Road, Valley, Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda, Virgin Gorda
per night
Dec 11 - Dec 12
4.6/5Exceptional! (63 reviews)
part of the honeymoon

"came for 2 nights in order to see the famous baths in virign gorda."…"

Reviewed on Dec 16, 2015

Rosewood Little Dix Bay
Nail Bay Resort
3.5 out of 5
P O Box 69, Nail Bay Estates, Virgin Gorda, Virgin Gorda
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4.6/5Wonderful! (17 reviews)
Beach side paradise with a view to match

"Even before we checked in, Kasha had helped us rent a Jeep and answered tons of questions for us. We stayed at the Island Oasis and it was such a relaxing place to return to each evening. All the staff, including those at the Sugarcane restaurant and front office always greeted us with a smile and ..."…"

Reviewed on May 28, 2015

Nail Bay Resort
Gordian Terrace
3 out of 5
Gordian Terrace, Virgin Gorda, Virgin Gorda
per night
Dec 13 - Dec 14
4.3/5Excellent! (23 reviews)

"I love the ocean view room ,owner was also very accommodating."…"

Reviewed on Jun 21, 2019

Gordian Terrace
Sea Palms Luxury 4 bedroom Villa
3.5 out of 5
Plum Bay Road, Virgin Gorda
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Beach Hotels in Spanish Town

Known for its beaches and island views, Spanish Town offers a lot for the traveler booking a beach vacation. This romantic destination has 7 beach hotels and other accommodation options to choose from, so it's easy to find one that works for you.

As you decide on a place to stay near the beach in Spanish Town, take a look at these top hotels with high ratings from Expedia travelers.

Mango Bay Resort - 3.5-star apartment on Mahoe Bay Beach. It features free WiFi, free parking, and sun loungers. Activities include kayaking and snorkeling. Guests love the beach locale and overall value.

Rosewood Little Dix Bay - 5-star luxury hotel on the beach. This hotel boasts an outdoor pool, a poolside bar, and 3 restaurants. Activities include kayaking and scuba diving.

Sea Palms Luxury 4 bedroom Villa - 3.5-star villa on Mahoe Bay Beach. It offers an outdoor pool, free WiFi, and free parking.

Fischer's Cove Beach Hotel & Restaurant - 3.5-star hotel on the beach. It features a beach bar, a restaurant, and free WiFi. Activities include kayaking and snorkeling.

Gordian Terrace - 3-star condo near Nail Bay Beach. This condo boasts a restaurant, free WiFi, and free parking.

Planning Your Trip to Spanish Town

If you're wondering about the best time to visit, here's what you can expect from the local weather:

  • Hottest months: August, September, July, and June, with an average temperature of 90°F
  • Coldest months: January, February, March, and December, with an average temperature of 73°F
  • Driest months: February, March, January, and June, with an average rainfall of 1.93 inches
  • Rainiest months: September, October, November, and August, with an average rainfall of 5.00 inches

Sightseeing in and Around Spanish Town

After checking into your accommodation of choice, you'll probably want to venture out and explore. If you're excited to scope out the beaches, spend a relaxing day by the water at Mahoe Bay Beach or Little Dix Bay Beach. Discover the area's snorkeling and island views, and make time for local attractions like The Baths and Savannah Beach. You can also pay a visit to Nail Bay Beach or Gorda Peak National Park for more to see and do. Visitors also enjoy Spanish Town for its:
  • Sailing
  • Coral reefs
  • Scuba diving

Getting Around Spanish Town

Make your way to Spanish Town with a flight to Spanish Town (VIJ-Virgin Gorda), the closest major airport which is located 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from the city center. If you'd like to venture out around the area, you may want to rent a car for your trip.

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What is a Spanish Town Beach Hotel?


On Expedia, you can find hotels located on the beach or within walking distance from the coast in Spanish Town . Many hotels will have some rooms with a view of the beach or sea.


What is a Spanish Town Beach Resort?


Spanish Town beach resorts offer a full range of vacation facilities on a single site. Resorts are usually larger than hotels. Besides your hotel room, within the resort you’ll be able to enjoy several restaurants, bars and shops, along with recreational amenities. This often includes multiple swimming pools, family-friendly activity options and easy access to the beach.

If you are staying at a beach resort, there’s often enough to do within the resort itself that you barely need to leave the resort to enjoy your holiday.

*These are only guidelines as policies and amenities may vary across hotels. For more information, view details listed on each property page.


What is the difference between oceanfront and oceanview hotel rooms?


An oceanview room in a hotel means you can see the ocean or sea from your room. However, this does not always mean its a wide view. To qualify, a room only needs a partial view of the water from your window or balcony.

An oceanfront room on the other hand, is usually a higher tier room directly facing the ocean. The view will be better than an oceanview room. An oceanfront room usually costs more than an oceanview room.

Every hotel is slightly different so it’s best to check the room details of your hotel of choice. On Expedia, you can find out more about the different room types on the hotel page. You can also see what guests had to say about the view from their rooms.


What is the difference between a Spanish Town beachfront and an oceanfront room?


A beachfront room generally means your hotel room is on the ground floor, where you can easily access the beach. An oceanfront room is usually located on the higher floors with direct view of the water. Potentially a better view of the sky too, to gaze out and watch the sunrise or sunset from your room -- depending of course on the destination itself. Beachfront rooms are usually more expensive.

In some hotels the oceanfront room is just a floor or two above the beachfront room so the view may be fairly similar. In other cases, beachfront rooms don’t have a view because of trees or other obstructions between the room and the ocean, so the main benefit is that you can stroll directly out of your room onto the beach.

*These are only guidelines as policies and amenities may vary across hotels. For more information, view details listed on each property page.


What does partial oceanview mean in a Spanish Town beach hotel?


A partial oceanview or partial seaview room means you can see the water from your room, but it's not a wide view. Your room or balcony does not directly face the ocean. You are just able to see it from certain angles or corners of the room. Depending on the hotel and which direct it faces, with a partial oceanview room you might get a great view or only a small sliver of blue.

If you want a great view, oceanfront rooms are the better option. They tend to cost more.


How do I choose a good beach hotel in Spanish Town?


The best beach hotels offer rooms with a wide view of the ocean, direct access to the beach, or a private beach just for hotel guests. There may be hotels in Spanish Town which offer these -- look out for those when searching.

In general, beach hotels with large swimming pools, infinity pools and swim up bars, are usually highly rated by guests. Another thing to consider is whether the hotel provides beach chairs on the nearest beach that you can rent as a guest, and if they have a food/drink service while you are there.

If you are on a budget , look for beach hotels which aren’t directly on the beach or facing the sea, but still within walking distance.

On Expedia, you can also filter your search of beach hotels in Spanish Town to display only hotels that have received excellent feedback from previous guests. You may also wish to search by price, area and amenities. Filter your search by 'Ocean View' to find the best rooms that are either by the water’s edge or offer a great view of it.


How do I choose a good Spanish Town beach hotel for a family holiday?


Some top features and amenities to consider are:

  • Location: Some beaches are quiet but a little harder to get to. Other hotels are on the main beach with lots of activities, transport options and tourist facilities around.
  • Room Facilities: With sand aplenty, hotels with a shower instead of bathtubs are a good option. Choose a room with a view or a beachfront where you can easily access the beach.
  • Recreational Amenities: Supervised kids clubs and children’s pools give the little ones lots of fun things to do. Beach resorts are a great option because they have plenty of things to do onsite, suitable for different age groups and activities that can be enjoyed as a family. And the beach is never far away. In destinations with All-Inclusive beach resorts, your family can enjoy all the facilities without worrying about going over budget.

In some destinations, you may even find for hotels with water slides or water parks for extra fun.

Ready to find your hotel? On Expedia, search for hotels that are close to the beach, and select 'Ocean View' as a filter option under the Amenities section. Next, scroll to the bottom of the left-hand panel to the 'Trip Type' section and select 'Family Friendly' as a search option. This will ensure only hotels that include family essentials – such as in-room conveniences and child-friendly activities – are included in your list of accommodation options.


How do I choose Spanish Town beach hotel that’s good for a couples getaway?


To set the romantic mood, look out for the following when choosing a hotel in a beach destination:

  • Beach Access: Hotels with a private beach, hotels with direct beach access, restaurants on the beach
  • Authentic Reviews: Positive guest reviews by couples
  • Good pools: Adults-only pools, infinity pools, swim up bars, private pools
  • Room Features: To bring romance to your room, look for hotels that offer oceanfront rooms so you can enjoy a great view from the privacy of your room or balcony. Couples also appreciate hotel rooms with private hot tubs or jacuzzis, private villas with its own pool, swim-up rooms, rooms with deep-soaking tubs. 


Are all Spanish Town beach resorts all-inclusive?


No, not all beach resorts are all-inclusive.

To find all-inclusive Spanish Town beach resorts on Expedia, input your destination and dates, click ‘view all resorts’ then use filters on the left to narrow listings to all-inclusive resorts only.


What are All-Inclusive Spanish Town beach resorts?


All-Inclusive mean your booking covers your room along with food, drinks, recreation and entertainment available onsite. This often includes free use of lounge chairs on the beach, water sports like snorkeling and kayaking, and nightly entertainment that incorporates some local culture. Guests enjoy being able to enjoy all the facilities without having to carry a wallet around or worry about going over budget. Note that some premium items may be excluded from your all-inclusive package.

All-Inclusive beach resorts are typically located on a coast, with a range of water activities available. Non-motorized water sports like snorkelling and kayaking are usually included in the rate. Motorized activities and professional lessons are usually available for an extra charge. Jet-skis and scuba diving lessons usually fall into this premium category.