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Beachcombers Hotel & Spa

At a Glance

    Pros

  • great value and location
  • best beachfront in the area, the place to be on weekends
  • complimentary Wi-Fi

    Cons

  • popular with small groups, so book well ahead
  • standard rooms are very standard—deluxe or penthouse rooms cost only slightly more
  • the beachfront gets busy when a cruise ship is in port

Beachcombers Hotel & Spa Review

Guests choose Beachcombers for its comfortable beachfront rooms, friendly service, and lively atmosphere both day and night. In 1990, Cheryl Hornsey opened a six-room bed-and-breakfast in her family home overlooking the sea at Villa Beach. Today, that little inn has morphed into a delightful, 31-unit hotel with a pool, restaurant, and popular bar. Rooms are in the original family home and in a pair of brightly colored (one orange, the other yellow) three-story buildings. Half the guest rooms overlook the sea; the others face the garden's frenzy of flowers. All are tidy and comfortable, with either patios or balconies with lovely views. Two enormous penthouse suites each have a full kitchen, an elegantly furnished sitting-dining room, a modern bath with a whirlpool tub, and a large private balcony with a view of the Grenadines. Beachcombers also offers spa services: aromatherapy, facials, sauna, steam bath, and more. And on weekend evenings, you'll usually find a live band and dancing on the pool deck adjacent to the Beach House restaurant and bar.

    Hotel Details

  • 27 rooms, 4 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 03-04-2014

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