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Queen's Gardens Resort

Queen's Gardens Resort, Saba

At a Glance

    Pros

  • local flavor
  • large pool with bar
  • private Jacuzzis with sweeping views

    Cons

  • occasional noisy parties
  • not wheelchair accessible
  • not kid-friendly

Queen's Gardens Resort Review

Everything about this romantic mini-resort reflects the island of Saba, from the quaint stone stairway that winds up past the largest pool on the island to the patio in front of the main building, which houses the lovely Queen's Garden restaurant, serving fresh island fare. At night, tiki torches flicker and dense foliage gives everything an air of intimacy on the lush cliffside some 1,200 feet above sea level. That's if you can bear to leave your room: all 12 suites, perched high on the property, are dreamily decorated with Dutch colonial and Indonesian furnishings and four-poster beds. Be sure to request one of the nine hot-tub suites that open up to panoramic vistas of the village below. There's also a view-tastic bar and lounge on site, along with activities like yoga and cooking classes; scuba and island exploration an be arranged. The hotel also manages Haiku House, a three-bedroom, three-bath, Asian-inspired house tucked away among greenery, complete with its own pool ($695 per night).

    Contact Information

  • Address: 1 Troy Hill Dr., Troy Hill
  • Phone: 599/416–3494
  • Website:
  • Location: Saba

    Hotel Details

  • 12 one- or two-bedroom suites, 1 house
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 02-28-2014

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