Bird Rock Beach Hotel

South Pelican Drive, Basseterre

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The Bird Rock Beach Hotel on St. Kitts offers families 46 guestrooms and suites with up to three bedrooms, with king or queen beds, sofa beds, kitchenettes, refrigerators, air conditioning and cable TV. Children 11 and under stay free with parents when sharing the same room. Wi-Fi is free throughout the resort in all public areas.

Onsite activities include fun in the sun and sand on the beach, plus water sports like snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and swimming. The resort also has a pool for those who want a break from the beach. There is a guest book exchange for those families who want to dive into a good read during their stay, too. On Tuesday nights the resort hosts a Manager’s Reception and buffet with live entertainment for all to enjoy.

Dine at one of the three onsite restaurants the rest of the week, including Diana’s Restaurant, Sunburst Restaurant, and Rocky’s Beach Bar & Grill. Sunburst serves breakfast and lunch from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rocky’s serves lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Diana’s is open for dinner from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Meal plans are available and an all-inclusive package can be booked, which includes all meals and drinks, too.

Our Editor Loves

  • All-inclusive rates available
  • Three onsite dining options
  • Beach and water sports

Family Interests

  • All Inclusive Rates
  • Beach
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Babysitting
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry
  • Meal Plan
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator


Dolphins and Diving

by 2skidivers

We stayed here because we wanted to dive and Dive St. Kitts is located on the property. The picture of the Kayaks and Beach Chairs is old. There is a Dolphin Discovery operation there now. There is no beach but they are "building" one at the other end of the property. They have brought in sand and planted some small palm trees. We had a very nice studio with a kitchen and a view overlooking the Dolphins from which we could watch the shows (encounters) and the training. We could also just walk along the Dolphin pools when there weren't encounters and they would actually come and play for us. This was probably the best part of staying here. In the evenings, we would just sit on the balcony with a glass of wine and enjoy the view and the quiet...until the roosters woke us up in the morning.

The property is old but well maintained and renovated. There is a small pool and restaurant. But since we had the kitchen we could go to the supermarket about a 20-25 minute walk and we also went to the food court just before the market. For our purpose of diving, it was a good place to stay

Even with an Open Mind, it's not worth it. Rooster Wake Up Calls & Feral Cats Abound!

by jeffreyg269

We stayed 2 nights as a stop over to Nevis. We felt that although it's not a luxury it would be OK and we'd save a few bucks. WRONG!
1st - Be warned, Roaming Roosters - Both mornings we were promptly woke up at 4:24am with a rooster at the top of it's lungs - Cock a Doodle Doooooooooooo for an hour straight. Then every other hour for the rest of the day.
2nd - Feral Cats await you in their open air restaurant. For each meal you will have 4-6 cats under your table and around you staring you down your entire meal. They will not move, no matter what you do.
The hotel Mgr. was having breakfast at the time we were and noticed our annoyance of the cats. He came over and said" I see the cats seem to bother you. Let me tell you about life on St. Kitts. You have to accept the cats. People come here and feed them. They kill the rodents, so you'll see them at the bigger hotels too. So that's the way it is my friend."
Otherwise the place looks nice, but could use some grounds upkeep. The dolphin center is cool. But it's not worth it. Stay elsewhere!!