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I stayed one night the resort it is lovely but the rooms need to be upgraded The bath tub was brown not from dirt from age . Everything about the room was old The breakfast was good and the people were nice.
This hotel has its own tiny beach. They have 3 pools and have many loungers for each. The water is like bathwater and continuously recycled. During our stay, the internet was shut off, which the front desk could not provide an explanation. Near the end of our stay, we were provided with a modem by ...
When we initially arrived we were impressed with the lobby area of the premises. The lobby areas are well maintained. After checking in and checking our the surroundings it was easy to see that the place needed some work. It is a beautiful location, if the owners would spend some capital on the premises ...
The staff was super. The breakfast was good. The fried bakes especially. The pool was nice. Free wifi.
I had an overall good stay here but I believe its around 2.5 star by US standards, the cost was a bit more than the quality of the hotel but it was worth it. The bathroom could have been cleaned better and a few other areas around the room. Also the view is not of Oceanfront it was in garden area. ...
The place was great the people we friendly. Close to the beach but you won't want to go anywhere,except to the store to get more Rum.
The staff in general were very pleasant. Overall it was a good experience but Natasha, one of the managers went above and beyond to make sure our stay was as comfortable as possible.
We stayed for just one night and the ladies at the front desk were very helpful and responsive when we called the front desk. The rooms were good but the bathrooms did not have any soap and shampoo in the dispensers.
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There is nothing better than opening the door to your room and realizing all the little things will be taken care for you. Decompress and stretch out for a bit. After that you can make your first appointment to indulge yourself at a nearby spa. After you've spent the morning enjoying a massage treatment, rejuvenating in the sauna, or basking in the sun by the pool, you can put on your explorer's cap and discover the hidden gems of Tobago. Discovering hip cafes, curio shops, or an intriguing museum can be one of the many highlights of your holiday. If you're not sure where to begin, ask your hotel's front desk attendant to get a feel for what Tobago has to offer. There is no better source than a local to point you to an exciting evening out or to a cafe to sip a few drinks at and mingle. Wherever the night takes you, just make sure to hang loose. Your spa trip shouldn't be anything but exceedingly relaxing.
Tobago is steadily recognized as one of the top destinations to take vacation where you do nothing, and love every moment of it.Best Time to Visit
For picture-perfect weather, travel to Tobago between January and May when skies are sunny all day long. Between June and December, afternoon showers are daily occurrences. Whenever you go, you'll enjoy low humidity and average temperatures in the low 80s, but if you're looking for cheap deals on hotels, you'll find lower rates during the rainy season. Book a resort in Tobago during the dry season and coordinate your dates with the Tobago International Game Fishing Tournament or the rollicking Buccoo Goat and Crab Race Festival. Even in the wet season, you'll need to book at least three months in advance as it's a popular time for European travelers. Add a little extra pizazz to your rainy season visit by booking during July's Heritage Festival, November's Diwali, or the colorful Emancipation Celebrations of July and August.Things to Do
Popular with snorkelers, divers, honeymooners, nature lovers, and anyone who loves endless outdoor recreation, Tobago has managed to hang onto its laid-back reputation. As befits a true island paradise, blissful stretches of sand are everywhere. Most popular is Pigeon Point with food kiosks, craft shops, diving concessions, and boat rentals. For a bit more serenity, head over to the north coast's charming Englishman's Bay or negotiate a lift with one of the local boatmen to spend an idyllic afternoon picnicking on the pink sands of Lover's Beach.
Tobago is one of the world's top snorkeling destinations, and underwater enthusiasts flock to these clear waters to float over unspoiled reefs, explore dramatic submarine caverns, and marvel at the coral gardens and brilliantly hued tropical fish of Buccoo Reef. Former ferryboat Maverick provides awesome wreck diving. Take a little break from seaside fun and play a few rounds of golf on breeze-swept championship greens, check out the intriguing exhibits of the Kimme Sculpture Museum, or take a glass-bottom boat tour to wildlife sanctuary Bird of Paradise Island. One of the island's many historic fortresses, Fort King George offers an excellent history break along with spectacular hilltop views of capital Scarborough.Amenities
Whether you're looking for Tobago spa resorts, budget inns, eco-friendly escapes, seafront golf retreats, or posh enclaves of French colonial-style villas, Expedia.com has your dream tropical escape for the lowest possible price. Take your pick of amazing Tobago resort and hotel amenities, from infinity pools to yoga classes on the sand, candlelit dinners by the pool, private seashore access, swim-up bars, and glitzy lounges. After a day of sunning, sailing, or doing a lot of heavenly nothing, head back to accommodations that include budget-friendly minimalist rooms up to full-on glamour suites. You'll find teak floors, four-poster beds, floor-to-ceiling windows, jaw-dropping ocean views, antique reproduction furnishings, and local art. From casual chic to upscale magnificence, resorts may cater to divers, bird-watchers, couples, or families. At one resort, you can even hitch a ride to the airport in the hotel's Rolls Royce! Whether you want to dance under the stars at a rooftop lounge or laugh barefoot with the locals at open-air village pubs, the choice is yours in Tobago.White Sands and Green Hills
The islands of Trinidad and Tobago are just a short ferry ride apart. Just 27 miles long and 7 miles wide, tiny Tobago is known for its pristine, white-sand beaches and lush interior countryside. Tiny fishing villages, historic forts, green hills, and tranquil bays combine to create a postcard-perfect world for hiking, cycling, sailing, or sipping a brew while overlooking the sea. The tourist epicenter is along the southwestern side from Crown Point up to Arnos Vale where you'll find a wide range of hotels, restaurants, and nightlife. Inland, you'll discover rugged mountains and dense rainforest areas.
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