Trinidad and Tobago

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8
Tobago
9 reviews
Elegantly furnished bedrooms open onto panoramic views of the water -- the inn is, in fact, surrounded on three sides by the sea and opens onto a secluded beach of fine white sands. — Frommer's
8
Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
7 reviews
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
8
Tobago
7 reviews
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
8
Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
7 reviews
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 — Star Service
8
Tobago
7 reviews
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
8
Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
7 reviews
In a good neighborhood just off Queen's Park Savannah, the Kapok is a good all-around value if you want to stay in the city; it offers a high level of comfort and service. — Fodor's
8
Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
4 reviews
This is an oasis of very un-Trinidadian designer style, with luxury stamped over everything. — Rough Guide
$132
8
Tobago
8 reviews
Blue Waters Inn is a three-and-a-half-pearl hotel with an amazing beachside location along Tobago’s secluded Batteaux Bay. — Oyster
8
Tobago
4 reviews
This impressive seafront resort is located in a lovely gated residential area complete with golf course. — Fodor's
8
Tobago
4 reviews
Touted as a luxury spa resort for adults only, this place has long suffered from management issues, and though the rooms and facilities are decent, it's usually completely deserted — Lonely Planet
8
Tobago
4 reviews
Tobago offers a number of gated villa communities; this one heads the field and includes a top-notch restaurant on the property. — Concierge
8
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
4 reviews
Even though they offer less privacy, we prefer the two rooms in the main house, which are more atmospheric and are outfitted with dark-wood antiques and two king-size beds each. — Frommer's
8
Tobago
3 reviews
If you're looking for luxury living in a well-appointed Caribbean villa, you should be blissfully happy here. — Fodor's
7
Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
6 reviews
This gorgeous little boutique hotel has regular rooms as well as others decorated on themes ranging from rum to cricket. — DK Eyewitness
7
Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
5 reviews
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
7
Tobago
5 reviews
The location on Stone Haven Bay amid tropical gardens is fantastic. All the rooms, in two-story blocks, are on the sand. — DK Eyewitness
7
Tobago
6 reviews
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
7
4 reviews
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
7
Port of Spain, San Juan-Laventille & Diego Martin
4 reviews
In Maraval, 3km north of Queen’s Park Savannah, Monique’s is a bit out of the way – you'll need a car or a taxi to get into town – but offers lots of peace and quiet — Lonely Planet
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