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Romora Bay Club & Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • friendly staff
  • water views from every room
  • private bay-side beach

    Cons

  • sloping steps from dock to cottages are a hassle for luggage
  • main house has been converted into a resort showroom

Fodorite Reviews

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Romora Bay Club & Resort Review

Three pink Adirondack chairs on the dock welcome you to this colorful and casual resort situated on the bay side of the island. Guest rooms are in cottages with private terraces or balconies, built on sloping grounds, each recently renovated and idiosyncratically decorated (one room might showcase a French armoire and Salvador Dalí prints, while another has a four-poster bed and African tribal masks). Fans of this older property don't mind a little wear and tear, preferring its laid-back character and exceedingly friendly staff. The resort also boasts what is perhaps the island's best sunset view, which you can enjoy while you're splashing around in the infinity pool, lounging in one of the cabanas on the small private beach, or sipping a frosty cocktail at its restaurant Sunsets Bar and Grille. For those arriving by private boat, there's a new 30-slip marina.

    Contact Information

  • Address: South end of Dunmore St., Dunmore Town, Harbour Island
  • Phone: 242/333–2325
  • Website:
  • Location: Harbour Island

    Hotel Details

  • 18 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed end of Aug.–Nov.
Updated: 07-12-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Overpriced rooms

    The rooms need some serious updating for the prices they are charging. The room had noisy air conditioner, poor shower, and shabby interior. Breakfast is served on some days but not on all, unreliable customer service. Great location and good size pool.

    by JC01, 3/30/09

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