Back to Tobago: hotel deals and specials to check out
Posted Jul 09, 2020
With the ease in travel restrictions between the two islands, it’s only natural you’d want to hop across to Tobago for some long-anticipated rest and relaxation.
In planning your trip to Tobago, there’s one major item to consider: where to stay!
Luckily, there are a number of hotels, resorts, villas, BnBs, and apartments offering amazing deals and specials as a way to celebrate your return to Tobago. What’s even better is that there are so many options to choose from, no matter your budget or whatever suits your fancy when picking a place to stay.
Whether it’s a weekend escape or a long-overdue holiday, here are some accommodation deals to take advantage of for your next Tobago staycation.
Family-friendly resorts and villas
If a stay-cation with the family is something you’re after, there are the number of kid-friendly options available. The Magdalena Grand Beach Resort in Lowlands, Le Grand Courlan in Black Rock, Mount Irvine Bay Resort and Palms Villa Resort in Signal Hill are all perfect if you’re looking for a resort getaway where the kids can run free and splash around in kid-safe pools all day.
You can call Tomas Villa in Bon Accord, Chaconia Suite in Black Rock, Casa Del Sol in Bon Accord and Hibiscus Heights your vacation home. With space ranging from 6 to 16 people and a variety of opulent amenities including pool decks, sun lounge, gazebo, gourmet indoor and outdoor kitchen as well as kid-friendly safety gates, you and yours can relax in peaceful luxury.
Nothing says rest and relaxation more than lounging around the pool all day. Thankfully, there are many hotels that offer such amenities. Serene Inn in Carnbee, Tecu Coral Reef and Viola’s Place—both located in Lowlands-- have larger-than-life pools which are perfect for an afternoon dip while Rovanel’s Resort in Bon Accord and Tropikist Beach Hotel and Resort in Crown Point both take the extra step with a pool and Jacuzzi.
Room with a view
Part of Tobago’s allure are its landscapes. If you’d like to wake up to breathtaking views of the island, Top O’ Tobago, Bacolet Beach Club and Half Moon Blue in Scarborough should be on your list. Located in Plymouth, Top O’ Tobago occupies the entire crest of a hill close to the Caribbean Sea and is just a short walk away from Arnos Vale Beach. You can enjoy sweeping views of Bacolet Bay at the intimate boutique Bacolet Beach Club or Half Moon Blue or wake up the gorgeous forest views that surround Adventure Eco-Villas in Plymouth.
The family-operated Miller’s Guest House has an on-site restaurant and bar overlooking Buccoo Bay while Plantation Beach Villas offers magnificent oceanfront views of Stonehaven Bay. Perched on a hilltop in north Tobago, Castara Retreats’ open-air bedrooms and hammocks allow you to unwind and recharge with the rainforest as a backdrop and the ocean below.
Close to everything
One of the best things about Tobago is its close proximity to everything. The self-contained Bananaquit Apartments and Rainbow Resort—both located in Crown Point—can be considered as your home away from home and are both within walking distance to everything including Pigeon Point Beach.
Located in Bon Accord, Native Abode boasts of giving its guests the 'Triple R Experience': Relaxation, Rest and Rejuvenation and is close to Store Bay and Pigeon Point Beach as well as a multitude of restaurants and other eateries.
If you’re a fan of watersports, then Jema’s Guesthouse in Black Rock is the perfect spot for you. It’s close to a number of beaches, all of which has its own unique charm and something to do. It’s a short distance away from Turtle Beach (the spot to go turtle watching), Buccoo Bay and Mount Irvine Beach, which is the perfect spot to catch surfing waves and go snorkeling.
For bookings and the full list of accommodation deals and specials in Tobago, visit Tobago Lime.