Trinidad and Tobago

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Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
7 reviews
The 428 guest rooms feature bamboo flooring, flatscreen TVs and iPod docking stations. — Gayot
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Tobago
7 reviews
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
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Tobago
9 reviews
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
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Tobago
7 reviews
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
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Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
7 reviews
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
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Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
4 reviews
Nestled on a mountain, Cascade, this boutique hotel challenges both the Hyatt and the Hilton for supremacy. — Frommer's
$132
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Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
7 reviews
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
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Tobago
4 reviews
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
8
Tobago
8 reviews
Few tourists venture to the east end of Tobago, but that's where you'll find this secluded 46-acre beachfront resort on a bay that's always calm and safe to swim in. — Concierge
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Tobago
4 reviews
The Magdalena is a luxury oceanfront resort as beautiful as its name, the original name of the island — The Telegraph
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Tobago
4 reviews
Operated by the same owners as the Grafton Beach Resort, this pricey hotel is definitely five-star and definitely deluxe. — Frommer's
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Tobago
4 reviews
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
8
Tobago
3 reviews
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
8
4 reviews
A favorite destination with bird-watchers, this lovely lodge in the midst of the rainforest has simple rooms with mahogany floors, antique furniture, and a balcony. — DK Eyewitness
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Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
5 reviews
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
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Tobago
5 reviews
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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Tobago
6 reviews
This welcoming hotel is a little removed from the area’s bustle, but still within easy walking distance of the action. — Rough Guide
7
Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
6 reviews
This boutique gem delivers the personality and charm that neighboring hotels sometimes lack. — Concierge
7
Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
4 reviews
In the lush Maraval Valley just an 8-minute (5km/3-mile) drive north of the center of Port-of-Spain, Monique's offers 20 bungalow-style rooms. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
Glitzy, rather faceless corporate hotel with a convenient downtown location and all mod cons: pool, three restaurants, bar, gym, business centre. — Rough Guide
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