Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Clifton does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Clifton Beach Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Clifton Beach Hotel offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service, shops, and baggage storage. Guests of Clifton Beach Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, parking is available.
While staying in Clifton, you can check out a popular Spanish restaurant like The Loft, which is serving up some great dishes.
Clifton Beach Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Clifton.
We knew last minute we wouldn’t have much choice but really just needed a place to sleep for the night before heading on to Carriacou. At the low price, we had few expectations other than clean and comfortable. To begin with, online promotion of the property was misleading. Yes - there was an air conditioner in the room, however, it probably hasn’t worked in years. No hot water we are used to but there was no water pressure - barely a dribble in both the shower and the sink. Different matteresses on the beds - one was okay, the other really uncomfortable. Advertised TV which we didn’t need but it wasn’t there. Fridge didn’t work when we arrived - staff did deal with this. No AC would t have been too bad but we couldn’t open the windows due to the extreme noise (music from the bars) and no screens. Staff were kind enough to find two fans which helped.Thank you Velma for your efforts to make our stay more comfortable. Walking distance to shops and restaurants - close to the ferry dock, customs and the airport.…
Absolutely avoid this place. You will be overpriced for basic accommodation. The property is old and decrepit in certain parts. The room itself was in a horrendous state. The shower was unclean. The AC was not working. Windows were dirty. Just terrible.the WiFi was also inconsistent,breaking down ever so often. Truly a bad deal all around. I had to leave earlier than planned due to the feeling of extreme discomfort and disappointment at the place.
Let me preface this by saying that you will not find cheap accomodation on Union island. Everything you see and eat all has to come by boat which comes at quite a cost to those who offer their goods and services on this island. Now that your expectations have been readjusted this is accomodation is at the cheaper end of the spectrum for the island and you get what you pay for in local terms. With that said, what really makes this place great is the wonderful host Abigail. While we were here in the quiet season we were made to feel like family. We were well looked after the whole time and even had our trip to the Cays arranged at a great rate. So if you are looking for pristine accomodation, do not come here. But if you are looking for some of the genuinely awesome Vincy hospitality then this is the place to come as Abigail is such a gem! We walked in as guests and walked away feeling like family! We will return!…
Was on my way back from Carriacou but had to stay a night in this hotel before I went back to my home in St. Vincent. I payed $120EC for a double beded room, it wasn't to bad for me only thing the shower heater wasn't working and air conditioner wasn't very useful, No television. I only met one Young on duty at the time who I believe is the receiptionist who was very helpful to me and my family. The hotel seems deserted to me thou. But overall it was much better than the other hotel next door known as Lambees.
Only went to the hotel for lunch, but found the place very run down. Location is great fantastic views. But was shocked when visited toilets....scruffy. The food was edible but not great. All the staff were great and very helpful, but bar badly stocked, no gin.....
I have stayed at this hotel in the past and experienced a room which leaked badly when it rained. This time I decided to give it another go but upon examining the rooms and discovering the prices I decided not to stay as the rooms were hideous and the price was high. After quite a bit of searching I found somewhere else to stay which was better, cleaner and cheaper. I did, however, have breakfast but many of the items on the menu were not available. What was available was poor quality and expensive for what it was. I visited Clifton several times and each time found this hotel to be deserted. No wonder !
There aren't a lot of options of where to stay on Union Island, so maybe that's why they feel they can charge so much, but for what we got it wasn't worth USD$80/night. There was cable TV, wifi (although this didn't work the 2nd day, only our first night), a decent shower and a cold fridge, but that is all pretty basic in what is expected in a hotel. Lambi's, a bar/restaurant next door, also has guest rooms and I would guess they are the same quality for half the price. Also beware of the mosquitoes; I recommend bringing your own coils to burn to keep them at bay. The location is excellent; extremely central and open to the water, which is gorgeous. The receptionist was funny and friendly, and the woman tending bar also helped us by answering questions and making a mean rum punch. Also, no credit cards accepted (pretty standard in this area) so ensure you have cash. As a note to Union Island, note that nothing is open prior to 8am so if you like to rise early and eat something, get something small the day before.…
My stay in Union Island was great in this hotel. They have Wi-Fi, Cable TV, fridge, Continental Breakfast included, laundry and it's very well located (near to beach and the airport). Also, you can pay with your credit card when you're checking in (it really helped me). The rate is also good according the service (75-100 US$). It's true that it's a small hotel, and they don't have a pool, but comparing prices and service it's great for this place, you can rest beside the sea and feel great. I'll come back again and stay there.
Stayed one night at US$40/night (single) for a room with fan and hot shower. This is very basic place right in the middle of the small town that is ok; staff not especially helpful. Take the 20-30 minute hike up to the old fort ruins (3 cannons) on the hill overlooking Clifton Harbor. There are 2 guesthouses in Ashton village.
The hotel is a bare bones, outdated hotel very close to the docks in Clifton. It is the kind of hotel I paid $10-15 for back in the 90's in Central America. I paid $74 USD for a very basic room here. Elsewhere in the region a similar room would cost around $40-50 USD. We had to wait 25 minutes to be registered at around 2 pm in the afternoon. Our room was in a state of disrepair, but it was clean. The staff, although not attentive, was friendly and did make an effort to help. However, the cost was too much.