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Best Places to Stay In Trinidad and Tobago

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The isles offer a lot of places of residence and they are a popular tourist spot so you can be sure to get just what you want in terms of finding the perfect place to stay. Below are some of the places you could choose when you visit Trinidad and Tobago.

Grand Diamond Trinidad

It’s located in Piarco, 13 miles from Port-of-Spain. The hotel offers features such as free Wi-Fi access and free private parking.

The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. All rooms have a private bathroom equipped with a shower. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.

The hotel also provides car rental. Saint Augustine is 6 miles from Grand Diamond Trinidad, and Las Cuevas is 14 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Piarco Airport, 0.6 miles from the property.

Hyatt Regency Trinidad


This hotel is located in the capital, Port of Spain. The actual address is No 1 Wrighton Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad, and Trinidad and Tobago. It is strategically located not far from points such as Queens Park Oval, Ariapita Avenue, Royal Botanical gardens, Emperor Valley Zoo, Fort George, Maracas Bay etc. Features and amenities include 423 smoke-free guestrooms, 2 restaurants, a full-service spa, outdoor pool, a rooftop terrace, 24-hour fitness center, conference center, daily housekeeping, and free Wi-Fi. Prices start at $217.

Kariwak Village Hotel

This hotel is located in Crown Point on Tobago Island. It is in proximity to Pigeon point beach and Canoe Bay. Features include wireless Internet access, bathrooms that have showers and hair dryers, Spa, and other premium amenities. Enjoy recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and a spa tub. Rooms have private balconies and there is free parking. It is an ideal place for a holiday with sun and sand and very family friendly.

Holiday Inn Express Trincity Trinidad Airport

The hotel is in close to the Trinidad Airport. It offers some excellent breakfast but the restaurant doesn’t offer lunch so you have to get out and find other restaurants to have your lunch in. The hotel is in close proximity to a shopping mall which is convenient. Staff is very polite and friendly.

Kapok Hotel Trinidad

This hotel is just outside Port of Spain. It began as a family restaurant in 1964 and has grown into a 94 room hotel at the moment. It is in proximity to the Queens Park Savannah, home to Trinidad’s famous carnival and also in close proximity to other Trinidadian attractions such as The Magnificent Seven, the Emperor Valley Zoo and the Botanical Gardens. Cost per room starts at $160.

Bacolet Beach Club, Scarbrough

This Hotel is located in the Island of Tobago’s largest city of Scarbrough. It seats on a private beach in Bacolet. The hotel is about a 15-minute drive from Tobago airport.

The hotel is surrounded by lush vegetation and is a mix of the Caribbean and oriental design. The rooms feature wooden ceilings and marble floors and have a flat-screen TV, a private gallery, as well as free Wi-Fi.

 

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