The 250-year-old tamarind tree rising more than three stories through the center of the main building gives this plantation-style house and former dance hall its name. With its barrel-tile roof and wood-shuttered windows, it's one of the prettiest hotels on the island. You can easily find a spot all to yourself, whether it's on a shady terrace or beside the pool. Linda Vail, who runs the place with her husband, Burr, decorated each guest room individually. Caribbean chic may be the best description of the combination of well-chosen antiques, elegant wicker furniture, and vintage travel posters. The penthouse is the nicest room, with a separate entrance on the third floor and a massive private terrace overlooking the ocean. The made-to-order breakfasts are a great reason to get up early, and on-site horseback riding along the beach is a lodging perk.
Mar 12, 2014
Our stay was so relaxing and tranquil. We loved the unique rooms and collectable items. The staff was great. The views spectacular. The staff made us feel at home and were so resourceful. They set us up with great packages. The beaches were all nearby and with our rental jeep we toured the entire island and enjoyed the beaches in tranquility. Very quite and tucked away. We noticed each rooms were truly unique and very clean. Great atmosphere and the
other guest were so unique and professionals and just as happy and relaxed as we were. I highly recommended the hotel and Vieques Island. We will be back.