- Reviews: 21
Nice place. Really, really big. New and clean. Friendly staff. The beach was only okay, but the pool was nice.
Made for a nice, comfortable and relatively cheap base from which to explore the island.
If you're looking for a resort where you simply want to lay on the beach and eat at the resort restaurants for a week, this might not be for you, but then St. Kitts probably isn't your island.
If you want a comfortable place from which to explore a dynamic island while still being content spending a couple days by the pool, this is for you. I'd go back.
- Reviews: 16
Jack Tar village, is an adult...
Jack Tar village, is an adult only all inclusive, the food, drink, facilities and entertainment were superb, not to mention the golf course next door, which was brilliant - go out early, gets real hot.
- Reviews: 110
Jack Tar Village Resort &...
Jack Tar Village Resort & Casino
I paid around $135.00US. It is all-inclusive affair
Friendly staff ask for Paul the rooms manager, Ronaldo the chef - I enjoyed his baked turkey. The gym is excellent and the entertainment program enough to keep one occupied.
- Reviews: 19
Four Seasons Resort. Besides...
Four Seasons Resort. Besides Las Ventanas, the best place I have ever stayed.
$550 to $1100
They have 2 bedroom condos for about $1000 / night. They stock it for you with food, etc. You can have a private chef come and prepare your meal on the veranda for $100. It's awesome.
- Reviews: 72
Stayed at Timothy Beach Resort...
Stayed at Timothy Beach Resort which I think is the only one on the south side to have it's own beach. The north side is has rough surf. Don't get stuck with a mountain view room. They're not kept up and look out a rocks. For $100 more for the week I arranged at the front desk to move into (after the first night) a large ocean view one bedroom with full kitchen. I know there are new resorts built or on their way since I've been there but Birdrock look good too.
I'm not sure what the cost was since it was wrapped in a last minute booked charter but back then the whole thing was about a cheap $960PP.
They did have a pool which was used very little and the rooms (even ocean front) and a nice view of the grounds and water.
- Reviews: 36
Birdrock Beach Hotel....not...
Birdrock Beach Hotel....not really glitzy but had all the basics...location was AWESOME (black beach very small but GREAT for scuba divers and/or snorkelers).
Nothing too outstanding...but friendly people. Also location was very central to many things. GREAT view of the ocean and restaurant choices (2) were okay. Pool bar altho small was fun as it allowed you to meet MANY people...cozy atmosphere.
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