Hotels for Backpackers in British Virgin Islands
- 1Hotel Class:8 reviews
Possible one of the best beaches to relax on in this island. The waters are good and most things needed are nearby. It was gorgeous throughout the day. The waters were superb.Popular with
- 2Hotel Class:7 reviews
This is one of the best places to stay in the British Virgin Islands! It is laid back but that doesn't mean the service or resort is lacking in any way. It caters to an upscale clientele that travels by yacht as everyone seems to in the area. The restaurants are great and it is pretty close to the town. ...Popular with
- 33 reviews
A great happy hour spot with live music and a spectacular view. With the serene Cam and Lee Bays on either side of Great Camenoe, the enchanting restaurant on Scrub Island; these tranquil waters and mountain sides boast natural beauty.Popular with
- 4Hotel Class:2 reviews
So much to say about this small island – so happy to see that it has kept up with the times. It is well-maintained, managed and has a hospitable staff. You know that every little thing is going to be all right when you disembark from the ferry that sails from Tortola’s Beef Island, and are handed the resort’s signature ...Popular with
- 5Hotel Class:2 reviews
Great Camenoe/Little Camenoe/Scrub Island - With the serene Cam and Lee Bays on either side of Great Camenoe, the enchanting restaurant on Scrub Island; these tranquil waters and mountain sides boast natural beauty.Popular with
- 62 reviews
I happened upon these attractive accommodations quite by accident. What was recommended was Quito’s, a waterfront restaurant and club, owned by Quito Rhymer, a performer of island rock. As it was still low season, the restaurant and his Old Works Inn across the street were not yet open. Bad news, good news. His older sister, Malcia, was standing next to ...
- 7Hotel Class:1 review
Since its conception, this island landmark was a cut above, where we residents would “dress” for dinner, celebrate special occasions, and always the cuisine has been among the best on island. Its early beginnings in the 1600s were decidedly upscale as well. It was the Apple Bay Plantation during the height of slavery and rum trading. The romantic restaurant, within ...
- 81 review
Beautiful beautiful place!!! Great spot to add on to your St Thomas trip!Popular with
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- 101 review
This it a great hangout run by very cool people.Popular with
- 11Hotel Class:1 review
- 121 review
Myett’s Restaurant and beach bar is the happening place in Cane Garden Bay. If you want island personality, that would be here. Sunday afternoon it rocks, with a flotilla of boats rafted in the bay. But then every night there is a sunset Happy Hour and a dinner special – like Margarita Mondays with Mexican classics half price. Also, kid-friendly, ...Popular with
- 13Hotel Class:1 review
This is on its own little piece of heaven. Once again you must travel either by hotel boat or hire a cigarette boat to get around. This is extremely laid back with the service being good but not annoying. What is really great here is the restaurant! It is unbelievable! Don't be afraid to sample some of the local seafood ...Popular with
- 141 review
This was a new one on me…it is the boutique hideaway where Arab sheiks stay. Know that Tortola has become a major, offshore banking destination, so those moneyed types have to feel exclusively secure somewhere. Hidden, it took me an hour to find it and I was right on Beef Island, where it and the airport is. There is no ...Popular with
- 15Hotel Class:1 review
This west end, beachfront property has evolved over the decades, with new additions here and tucked into over there. Its name is derived from the stone ruins of a fort. The reception is one of the original hotel buildings and has that funky, Caribbean charisma. (The staff is cool, too.) Juxtapose that with, say, the eight-room party villa with its ...
- 161 review
To reach my room after another good-tasting meal at Peg Legs, I had to cross over the little bridge, pass the new waterfront townhouses, and take a right at the catamaran. I do so love “living” at a marina again, to hear the clanging of the wind in the riggings, to hang at the fun beach bar for Happy Hour ...Popular with
- 171 review
Cane Garden Bay is a slice out of the bygone Caribbean. The whole bay used to be owned by the Rhymer family and this is son, Quito's place. Quito, himself is a reknown musician who has a surprisingly large (for a small island) group of musicians that show up at his attached Gazebo jam sessions. Rooms are nice and the ...
- 18Hotel Class:1 review
When living on Tortola, Sunday was Long Bay Day. After I finished giving riding lessons to 10 kids on one retired race horse, I’d pile them into the Bronco to go to what is one of the island’s best beaches. We would run along the wide-expanse of beachfront flying our wildly-colorful, Mylar kites. Long Bay Resort was not one of ...Popular with
- 191 review
I lived on a sailboat at this marina in 1976 when it was all so new…lots of changes…some quite positive like the pool and the condominiums. The pool with its waterfall is a little oasis, one with marina views. For accommodations, the condos, post 1970s, are the best choice, although the more expensive one. And, the water views cost more, ...
- 201 review
Long ago, when I was a junior at Columbia University, my boyfriend and I flew to the Virgin Islands for my spring break. We ended up in beautiful Cane Garden Bay. Remote, it had just one primitive inn, where they turned the water off at night. But it was memorable. If I were to take room nights in this now ...