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All reviewslarge poolin towncoconut treesnice balconythe main streetair conditioningrio dulceexchange ratetraditional garifunarates were reasonablegreat poolthe riverseafoodwonderful viewbed was comfortableenjoyed our staystayed here for nights
This hotel is situated on a cliff, with direct stairs to the quay where probably your boat arrives (I suppose there is almost no other decent way to get there, but just that is the strength of such a location). Nice swimming pool and garden,...More
I really don’t know how to start, with the employees that just were present not helping anyone ( ex: luggage transfer), with the terrible food that caused diarrhea, the rooms, the breakfast bouffet so poor I had to ask for cheese and they only give...More
We arrived to Livingston not knowing where to stay, and honestly it was a right decision to stay here. They took dollars and gave us a good exchange rate. There's not much to do in Livingston during the not high season, so staying at their...More
Not modern by any standards...this place reminded my of a Howard Johnson's from the 1960's. Very old-school. But, we had no problems with anything while there. The air-conditioning did the trick, the bed was comfortable, and the breakfast was pretty good. The bar area was...More
Simply put, the stay at Hotel Villa Caribe was unfortunately terrible. The grounds and location are great, however the design of the windows caused each night for us to be literally eaten alive by mosquitos. When I got up at 3am because I couldn't sleep...More
We were travelling with a group of 45 people and our reservations were also made in advance. I believe there are only 2 or 3 bungalows and the folks who were assigned them had accumulated more travel points. I spoke with one... More
We were travelling with a group of 45 people and our reservations were also made in advance. I believe there are only 2 or 3 bungalows and the folks who were assigned them had accumulated more travel points. I spoke with one of them who said they would have preferred a non/bungalow as it would have been blocked from continuous daytime sunshine. I would call the Hotel directly and ask to talk to the Manager as he speaks excellent English. PS - The breakfast and dinner buffets are 5 star.