After a nine-day sailboat charter, my husband and I dragged ourselves to Fort Burt for a day of rest and recovery. It was early in the morning and the hotel was more than happy to securely stow our sailing gear and luggage until our room was ready.
We then walked around Road Town, had lunch, and returned a few hours later. The staff met us with smiles and questions about how they could help make our visit more pleasant. I remember the manager of the restaurant, poking his head out from the kitchen and welcoming us to Fort Burt.
I nearly fell over when I saw the room... king sized bed, amazing view of the water, charming balcony, small refrigerator with ice and bottled water... flush toilet (if you've been on a boat, you'd understand)... and much more. We were thrilled!
The rest of the day, we enjoyed sitting on the balcony and watching the boats in the bay, swimming in their crystal clear pool, enjoying the lush landscaping and interesting architecture of the hotel, and collapsing in an air conditioned room!
That evening, we had a splendid meal in the restaurant with the manager and several others visiting our table to ask about our trip and if we needed anything.
Fort Burt has a handful of room and doesn't have the amenities of a large resort. If you want to experience the "real" BVI, however, from the crazy traffic on the roads, hustle-bustle of boats in the bay, historical significance of the area, authentic food, and natural beauty, stay at the Fort Burt Hotel.
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- Also Known As:
- Fort Burt Road Town
- Fort Burt Hotel Tortola/Road Town