The hotel is very convenient if you are going to be going out on a Moorings boat. To stay there for a vacation or for anything else I would advise against.
My room had black mold growing in the shower. That alone would be a deal killer anywhere else. The upkeep of the facility is slipping. Right outside of my room was a giant luggage cart turned upside down with a flat tire.
Chickens and goats roam around the island. It is part of the charm. However I don't think they should be roaming around an upscale hotel.
Just stayed overnight to catch ferry to St. Thomas. Read the reviews and figured we would try it. Staff were great, room was spotless and the short walk to nearby restaurants was welcome too. Never heard the traffic noise at all. Would recommend.
We only stayed for one night because we just took a day trip from our stay in St. John. Very friendly and accommodating staff. The manager called us a Safari truck to give us a tour of the island. Bouncer, our driver, was great! We spent 9 hours on and off the truck and whenever we called him, he was there. He made our visit.
It's a nice place if you want to go and stay there for a few days or a week. Not really a lot in town except for souvenir shops. It's quite a distance so you need to hire a cab every time you go out.
Traveller from Rochester, NH
This beachfront property is on the west end of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands; historic Fort Recovery is on site.Fort …More
Our room was incredibly charming and spacious. It was a quiet, secluded location with Brewers Bay beach within walking distance and the festive, active Sugar Cane Bay in the next cove (with an adventurous mountain road between). The staff was incredibly kind and welcoming.
Locally-owned boutiques sell beachwear, art, spices, and rum on Main Street in the capital city of Road Town. On the island’s west end, Soper’s Hole offers more dining and shopping choices along with ferry service to St. Thomas. White sand beaches and vibrant blue waters draw visitors to Smuggler’s Cove and Cane Garden Bay. Tourists can enjoy rum tastings at the historic Callwood Rum Distillery.