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My Wife and I have been staying at Turtle Beach for many years now and we have always been 100% satisfied. The hotel is rated as being 3 star and this is reflected in the price one pays. The hotel staff/management we have always found...More
Went with a group of six to celebrate my mother 70th birthday. It was nice but this hotel is not ready yet.. The roof when rain fell was leaking, A.C. problems, rooms missing kettle T.V. not working, phone not working. Everything was dated and you...More
Tobago is a small island with very little to do. The people are nice and the weather is generally sunny and warm. Many English and Trinidadians visit, along with some Americans.
We spent 8 days at Turtle Beach and could have done with 4 or...More
This was absolutely a life changing experience. We spent the week at the Turtle Beach Resort (November 2017) and have found heaven on Earth. We stayed at the resort because it was walking distance to the World Beach Soccer Club Championships at Turtle Beach.
We went here for our honeymoon. Most of the staff was friendly. The place overall is not spectacular but its not the worst either. Buffet style breakfast, lunch, and dinner which got repetitive after day 2. We hoped for at least 1 sit down meal...More
US$126 - US$292 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The gardens are very well kept and Tyrone the head gardener has been there 25 years and will happily answer any questions you may have on the gardens. The grass should be fine in June although this year it was a little late... More
The gardens are very well kept and Tyrone the head gardener has been there 25 years and will happily answer any questions you may have on the gardens. The grass should be fine in June although this year it was a little late due to a longer dry season. There is very little seaweed around although Tobago has Had sargassum but it cleared immediately. Most people like to visit Pigeon point and there you will find a beautiful beach. From there you can get a glass bottom boat to the Reef for snorkelling, nylon pool for standing in the middle of the sea waist height enjoying a paddle and rubbing sand over you to combat the aging process. My son’s girlfriend came with us in September for her first visit and she loved Englishmans Bay. Get around the island and you will see lots of beautiful beaches. We were there in September as a family of 5 +1 and all thought the food was good with plenty of choice.
My wife and I will head over in May/June and it is at that time in particular where you will see the Leatherback turtles nesting. If you have any other questions happy to answer.
Response from Chalkie49 | Reviewed this property |
Grass was green and gardens well tended. There was no seaweed when we were there in October 2017. There are great beaches and sea 15 minutes taxi ride away at Pigeon Point (TTD20 entry fee well worth it - free on 4th Sunday... More
Grass was green and gardens well tended. There was no seaweed when we were there in October 2017. There are great beaches and sea 15 minutes taxi ride away at Pigeon Point (TTD20 entry fee well worth it - free on 4th Sunday each month) with bench tables or reasonably priced loungers and umbrellas. Some snorkeling there too. A much smaller beach at Store Bay with lots of small food and souvenir outlets is also worth a visit and a similar taxi ride away. We were there out of season so the food was limited and repetitive but well cooked.
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"Stay on the ground floor if you have trouble walking up stairs. They are very steep."