The hotel is very convenient if you are taking a boat charter he next day, it's a base hotel no reason to stay there if you are not taking a boat the next day or just returned from your boat trip. The hotel is clean, staff very nice a bit expensive for what it is but it's a convenience charge for being right there next to the boat and all the shops to outfit the boat. We had two small twin beds very uncomfortable ask for a queen bed. The restaurant was fine for one night the chicken tikka was good.
This was my second stay at Maria's. I was given a bigger room this time, very clean, with a balcony and sea view. The air conditioning worked fine. The TV remote must have had dead batteries but I didn't watch much TV anyway. The only issue was the water temperature in the shower. The temperature would start hot and then go cold and then get way-too-hot and then cool down again - all without me adjusting the knob. The staff at the front desk were friendly and helpful as always, and the timeliness of the service in the dining area was much improved.
I stayed here for one night before picking up boat at the moorings. Its convenient to several restaurants and town by walking , although sidewalks are in terrible shape. the checkin lady was pleasant and efficient, the room was upstairs and required hauling suitcase u p several flights of stairs. the room was clean and quiet except for the unfortunate road construction going on outside. hopefully finished soon. The room was Spartan but adequate. I probably wouldn't want to stay here for more than one night. Didn't have a sea view and rooms with a view were probably limited at best. makes me question the hotel name . but overall it worked for me and would stay there again in same circumstances.
Staff was very friendly and welcoming, beautiful swimming pool, and pleasant (and clean) room. While the restaurant is still under construction, the snack bar serves an excellent fish wrap and other treats.
Traveller from Boston
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After reading all the reviews, I still booked it. Don't expect US five star accommodations, but expect peace and amazing scenery. Every morning to wake up to the bay then walk to the lobby and enjoy rising to a beautiful sunrise, then I enjoyed a full moon too. Truly majestic! Staff was amazing, no nice and welcoming! They gave tips on nearby grocery store and restaurant. I was able to purchase some food to keep in the fridge. Room was always clean. The hike up the hotel was good to get heart rate up. They have stairs. The taxis had no problem getting there though. They also have a restaurant on site. Loved my stay, felt safe in the area too. Everyday I walked less than a mile to the more busy side of towntown, where touristy things are. I will definitely return.
The Heritage Inn was a dream come true for our honeymoon stay. The staff members are incredible and the view is breathtaking!!! And our meals at the Bananakeet were top notch - the ahi tuna is a must! We will no doubt stay at the Heritage Inn for all our future trips to the BVI.
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.