I'm giving this an average rating, the furniture looks like something that was home made, there's nothing fancy, old out dated TVs and appliances, but it's clean and roomy. We had room 120 and liked the layout and the hot tub/pool off our patio. Our room slept 2 in each bedroom privately, then there were four bunk beds and even a murphy bed for 2, none of the extra beds were used, just the bedrooms.
All the bedrooms had a A/C unit and they were quiet and worked well. Our bigger unit even had a washer and dryer in it that we used. The kitchen had gas oven and stove, big fridge, microwave, blenders, toasters and all the other things you could ever need.
The bedrooms had lots of closet space, room under the beds to store bags and the upstairs BR had a private bath and shower that never seemed to have hot water, but we managed. There was a another full bath down stairs. Beds OK for comfort. The upstairs B/R had a tiny TV, an old fashioned 13inch TV way up high, so small it was hard to see.
Furniture was pine 2X4's with vinyl cushions, not that comfortable and certainly not classy.
The staff was really pleasant and nice, they do hit you with a hefty "energy surcharge" that is BS though.
The onsite eatery was a last resort move that was only OK. The lady there told us she had mahi-mahi but she brought us King Mackerel instead and insisted it was mahi! I told her I live on the ocean, have fished all my life and teach this stuff to divers and Boy Scouts and then she said "Well, it's what the man who sold it to me said it was....."
"Yeah and did he sell you sea gull and tell you it was chicken?" I asked her. Nothing was done about the whole thing, no other dish offered, but it was tolerable.
About the airport.... NEVER was it a noise problem, don't worry about it.
It is very safe and they have great and friendly security guards.
It's in a great place with grocery stores nearby and a good little store that has most things you need on site.
Lots of great eateries within a short drive.
Rent a car while you're there. Gas is CHEAP on the island.
Nice grills (Gas) and they'll light them and clean them for you....
Some of the entertainment they had for us was good, it was a pleasant surprise.
They have cable TV and a good picture with US networks and ESPN and more.
This is not a fancy or classy place, it's not the nicest place to stay on Tobago, but it's certainly a worthy place to stay if you're interested in doing day trips as we did. Would I go back? No.... In a week if you missed something on that island you were not looking.
- Also Known As:
- Sandy Point Beach Club Hotel Crown Point
- Sandy Point Beach Club Tobago/Crown Point