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Hummingbird Beach Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • local island hospitality
  • small and quiet
  • small beach
  • good food

    Cons

  • few resort amenities—but that's part of the charm

Hummingbird Beach Resort Review

Unpretentious and welcoming, this delightful little inn on Soufrière Harbour has simply furnished rooms—a traditional motif emphasized by four-poster beds and African wood sculptures—in small seaside cabins. Most rooms have modern baths; two rooms share a bath. A two-bedroom country cottage—with a sitting room, kitchenette, and spectacular Piton view—is suitable for a family or two couples vacationing together. The Hummingbird's Lifeline Restaurant is a favorite of locals, as well as vacationers spending a day or more in Soufrière. Owner Joan Alexander has her batik studio and shop adjacent to the restaurant.

    Hotel Details

  • 9 rooms, 2 with shared bath; 1 suite; 1 cottage.
  • Rate includes some meals.
Updated: 02-28-2014

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