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Blue Haven Hotel

Tobago 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Blue Haven's 55 rooms and suites stand on their own—a brilliant mix of colonial style and midcentury modern, done simply with dark-stained teak floors and mahogany four-poster beds. — Concierge

This historic hotel was originally an outpost of Fort King George and retains its stunning panoramic views of the bay it once protected. — Rough Guide

Since the 1950’s, the 55-room property, set on a 15-acre peninsula overlooking a pocket-size beach, has drawn celebrities. — Travel + Leisure

Justifiably celebrated, this 1940s-era luxury hotel overlooks a spectacular secluded beach on Bacolet Bay just outside Scarborough. — Fodor's

A peaceful, boutique property overlooking the ocean, Blue Haven is a popular choice among couples. — Oyster

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Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre

Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Known to locals as the "upside-down hotel," the Hilton Trinidad is literally built into a hillside, so the entrance and lobby occupy the top floor. — Concierge

Grand old Port of Spain hotel, recently refurbished and with all the facilities of this chain. — DK Eyewitness

Each room has a balcony with excellent views over Port of Spain and the hotel’s landscaped garden, plus all the usual Hilton luxuries. — Rough Guide

Located above the city's main park, this upside-down hotel enjoys a strong reputation with locals and visitors as a top-notch business property. Since the opening of the modern Hyatt... — Star Service

The lobby is on the uppermost floor, while the guest rooms are staggered in rocky but verdant terraces that sweep down the steep hillside. — Frommer's

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Kariwak Village Holistic Haven and Hotel

Tobago 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just a two-minute walk from Store Bay Beach, Kariwak feels incredibly peaceful despite its central location. — Lonely Planet

A jewel in the middle of this bustling area: yoga classes in the lush gardens, excellent personal service and peaceful atmosphere give a real feeling of holistic retreat. — Rough Guide

All about healthy living... people adore this place. — Concierge

Set in lush landscaped gardens dotted with hammocks, and a decent-sized pool, this is a family-friendly and holistic retreat offering massage, yoga, and meditation classes. — DK Eyewitness

Kariwak Village Holistic Haven and Hotel is a three-pearl property with a chlorine-free pool, full-service spa, and an amazing restaurant in Tobago’s Crowne Point neighborhood. — Oyster

Hyatt Regency Trinidad

Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Taking up a fat piece of oceanside real estate next to the ferry terminal, this is the most luxurious choice in Port of Spain. — Lonely Planet

This glinting tower on the waterfront is Trinidad’s most upmarket business hotel; facilities run from a gorgeous infinity pool overlooking the Gulf of Paria on the rooftop to a state-of-the art spa. — Rough Guide

Trinidad's only full-service hotel on the waterfront is a striking high-rise structure and part of the government's dramatic makeover of the Port of Spain waterfront. — Fodor's

Towering over the Gulf of Paria, this modern, design-oriented property has its mind set on the business traveler, but its heart is ready for the leisure guest — Star Service

Billed as the only waterfront hotel in Trinidad's capital, Hyatt Regency Trinidad is a swaggering glass newcomer that dominates the city's skyline. — Concierge

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Coco Reef Tobago

Tobago 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It does have rooms overlooking the white sand of a private (man-made) beach, as well as watersports facilities, restaurant, bar, dive shop, tennis courts and spa. — Lonely Planet

This peach-painted enclave is Crown Point’s largest hotel and the most resort-like on the island, with high perimeter walls enclosing the grounds and man-made white sand beach. — Rough Guide

Although this hotel is 2 kilometers from the airport, noise is rarely a factor here — Star Service

Coco Reef's 135 rooms, suites, and villas occupy a prime stretch of beach between Store Bay and picturesque Pigeon Point. — Concierge

Although it's just a short distance from the aiport, this expansive enclave feels remote, with pink buildings that are sprawled along a perfect stretch of coast. — Fodor's

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The Carlton Savannah

Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Super-swanky place just off the Savannah, with classy modern decor and lots of little luxuries in the rooms as well as good in-house dining and drinking; check out the view from the rooftop bar. — Lonely Planet

Nestled on a mountain, Cascade, this boutique hotel challenges both the Hyatt and the Hilton for supremacy. — Frommer's

This is an oasis of very un-Trinidadian designer style, with luxury stamped over everything. — Rough Guide

Those looking for a boutique hotel without compromising service and quality come to the Carlton, a chic and sleek hotel in the quiet Cascade area. — Fodor's

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Blue Waters Inn

Tobago 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Blue Waters Inn is a three-and-a-half-pearl hotel with an amazing beachside location along Tobago’s secluded Batteaux Bay. — Oyster

The most upscale place to stay and geared to divers, Blue Waters sits on pretty Batteaux Bay, just 1km from the main road. — Lonely Planet

History and nature combine to create a unique Caribbean holiday at this charming beachfront inn. — Gayot

Located on a gorgeous yellow-sand beach that far eclipses Speyside's public one, this is the largest hotel in the village, with excellent facilities and bright rooms. — DK Eyewitness

The sprawling hotel makes every effort to make guests feel at home. One- and two-bedroom apartments are directly on the white-sand beach. — Fodor's

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Kapok Hotel

Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Elegant, stylish hotel decorated with rattan furniture and handsome artwork, and in a great position for Carnival. — Rough Guide

This modern but unpretentious nine-floor hotel, in the residential suburb of St. Clair, is an efficient, well-maintained operation run by the Chan family. — Frommer's

Not just a business hotel, the smart Kapok boasts an authentic Caribbean vibe. — Lonely Planet

Just off the Savannah and perfectly located for Carnival, this hotel has stylish rooms and suites with all facilities, including iron and board and coffeemaker. — DK Eyewitness

Other amenities include a small pool, modern fitness room, and meeting rooms. A big plus is the hotel’s location up the block from Queen’s Park Savannah. — Oyster

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The Villas at Stonehaven

Tobago 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Perched on a hillside overlooking the ocean, this villa complex sets the standard for luxury self-catering accommodations on Tobago. — Fodor's

While it lacks convenient beach access, the four-pearl The Villas at Stonehaven offers a small, but stunning infinity pool and a poolside restaurant. — Oyster

Tobago offers a number of gated villa communities; this one heads the field and includes a top-notch restaurant on the property. — Concierge

On 3.5 hillside hectares abutting the Grafton Bird Sanctuary, overlooking Buccoo Reef and Le Grand Courlan, next to Palm Villas Resorts, this fantastic villa complex is one of the best... — Star Service

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Mount Irvine Bay Resort

Tobago 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The surrounding Mount Irvine Golf Course is one of the finest courses in the Caribbean. — Frommer's

This grand old hotel, at the edge of its own gulf course is popular with those who spend their time on the greens. — DK Eyewitness

The grand old lady of Tobago resorts, with sweeping grounds and an enviable position over Mt Irvine Bay, as well as its very own golf course. — Lonely Planet

Although the hotel lacks some of the fancier amenities, there's still something magical about its 1970s shabby gentility that can't be found at the flashy new resorts. — Fodor's

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Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf Resort

Tobago 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Guests arrive into an open-plan lobby with island breezes, strikingly modern furnishings, welcome cocktails and abundant natural. — Star Service

This impressive seafront resort is located in a lovely gated residential area complete with golf course. — Fodor's

The Magdalena is a luxury oceanfront resort as beautiful as its name, the original name of the island — The Telegraph

An upper-middle-range beachfront property, the Grand Magdalena (like many resorts on Tobago) offers rooms at reasonable rates. — Oyster

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Le Grand Courlan Spa Resort

Tobago 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Operated by the same owners as the Grafton Beach Resort, this pricey hotel is definitely five-star and definitely deluxe. — Frommer's

This peaceful boutique property sits on the Caribbean side of Tobago, where the water is a beautiful blue and is generally calmer than the Atlantic side. — Oyster

Next door to the Grafton Beach Resort and under the same ownership, 8 km north of the airport and 15 minutes north of Scarborough, this upscale Caribbean resort was once this islet's most... — Star Service

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Shepherd's Inn

Tobago 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This welcoming hotel is a little removed from the area’s bustle, but still within easy walking distance of the action. — Rough Guide

This 20-room hotel creates an intimate, relaxing atmosphere with four circular duplex cabins arranged around a pool and a section of rooms wrapped around a lush garden. — Lonely Planet

Located along a popular tourist road, the small, two-and-a-half-pearl Toucan Inn is within walking distance of Crown Point's restaurants and beaches. — Oyster

This friendly and lively English-run hotel has octagonal teak cabins that are set around the pool or in the beautiful gardens. — DK Eyewitness

This budget hotel near the airport offers simple rooms and a lively social scene. — Fodor's

Courtyard Port of Spain

Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

We guarantee this green space is a place to go aimlessly wandering through…sit on a bench, enjoy the trees, take in each moment as it is. — Afar Magazine

Within walking distance of MovieTowne and a favoured choice of businesspeople, so rates are reduced on weekends. — Rough Guide

This chain hotel has almost no Trinidadian atmosphere but is a top choice for convenience, service, and comfort, attracting a lot of business travelers. — Frommer's

Situated adjacent to Port of Spain’s famous MovieTowne complex, the three-pearl Courtyard by Marriott Port of Spain offers both a great location and a solid list of in-room and communal amenities. — Oyster

This large hotel in the capital offers excellent facilities and a great location. This hotel caters mainly to business travelers and offers a range of free services. — Fodor's

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Grafton Beach Resort

Tobago 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Looming over Stonehaven Bay, this is a fairly decent resort hotel, with chintzy rooms and a beach restaurant. — Lonely Planet

Still going strong -- although it's now outclassed by many others -- this complex sprawls across a beach shoreline set against a backdrop of palms. — Frommer's

The first all-inclusive in Tobago —Grafton Beach remains a very popular choice for young couples. — Fodor's

The location on Stone Haven Bay amid tropical gardens is fantastic. All the rooms, in two-story blocks, are on the sand. — DK Eyewitness

Situated along a well-traveled beach road in western Tobago, Grafton Beach Resort overlooks Stonehaven Bay -- a popular spot for nesting leatherback turtles each spring. — Oyster

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Coblentz Inn Boutique Hotel

Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Boutique-style hotel, full of quirky, stylish furnishings and thoughtful little touches that convey a sense of understated luxury. — Rough Guide

The decor in the 10 individually designed rooms evokes Trinidad’s diverse colonial and South Asian heritage, and the quiet suburban location gives the Coblentz the feel of a residential refuge. — Afar Magazine

This small boutique hotel offers peace, quiet, and style at a relatively affordable price. — Fodor's

This gorgeous little boutique hotel has regular rooms as well as others decorated on themes ranging from rum to cricket. — DK Eyewitness

In the residential suburb of Cascade, right outside Port-of-Spain, stands this little boutique hotel of charm and a certain grace. — Frommer's

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Radisson Hotel Trinidad

Trinidad and Tobago 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With amenities like a rotating rooftop restaurant, a big pool, and a 24-hour gym, the three-pearl Radisson Hotel Trinidad is an amenity-packed business-friendly option in central Port of Spain. — Oyster

Glitzy, rather faceless corporate hotel with a convenient downtown location and all mod cons: pool, three restaurants, bar, gym, business centre. — Rough Guide

Trinidad's newest downtown hotel features the largest rooms on the island in a completely renovated property that has housed other hotels in the past—and it's much cheaper than nearby upscale options. — Fodor's

Previously a Crowne Plaza, the Capital Plaza is located in the heart of downtown Port of Spain, a benefit to business travelers, but walking outside after dark is not recommended — Star Service

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Plantation Beach Villas

Tobago 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you're looking for luxury living in a well-appointed Caribbean villa, you should be blissfully happy here. — Fodor's

At the edge of a tropical rainforest, between a bird sanctuary and the Caribbean, this pink-and-white cottage complex stands above a palm-fringed beach. — Frommer's

Right on Stonehaven Beach, this is the nicest of the villa resorts in the area... All villas come with a housekeeper who cleans daily and will cook for guests. — Lonely Planet

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Forty Winks Inn

Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Forty Winks Inn is a charming two-and-a-half-pearl boutique hotel with homey interiors and a convenient location in central Port of Spain. — Oyster

Nicely located in Newtown, this vibrantly decorated house has five cheerful rooms and an intimate atmosphere. There is a patio on top, lush with plants, where you can enjoy the sunset. — Lonely Planet

Guesthouse aimed at the business traveller who doesn’t want to stay at a typical business hotel... The house is brightly decorated and has an outdoor patio. — Rough Guide

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Miller's Guest House

Tobago 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Miller’s Guest House is a two-pearl waterfront guest house on Tobago’s Buccoo Point that draws budget travelers and backpackers. — Oyster

The basic singles and doubles are great for budget travelers, and there are also hostel dorms and even a self-contained villa. — Lonely Planet

Pleasant guesthouse in a nice spot overlooking Buccoo Bay. — Rough Guide

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