by Diana Lambdin Meyer
This 42-acre property was once a nature preserve and as a result, a number of trails meander through the forested side of the property, creating a wonderful opportunity to connect with the birds, butterflies and other creatures that make Tobago their home. With just 38 rooms, peace and quiet is why people come here. Don’t expect a lot of activities to keep your kids busy, but if they are happy playing in the sand, then this is a good choice.
Our Editor Loves
- Bungalows or standard rooms
- Infinity pool
- Natural resources/grounds
The most pleasant experience I have had at a resort in a long time. The ambience, atmosphere and friendly staff made my Blue Waters Inn stay feel like I was in paradise. There were many amenities, WiFi, a tennis court, Infinity pool, reef tours and many others
I enjoyed my four nights at Blue Waters in. I was seeking relaxation and easy access to swimable water. It totally fit the bill. The property was pretty clean and well maintained, except for the pool which looked like it needed a good scrub. I enjoyed all of my meals at the on-site restaurant. The service was mixed, and brief observation of management made me wonder if that might be the cause of some of the lack of interest by staff. Then again, it could just be the demand of working with tourists all the time. Every room has a water view. I paid extra for the bungalow and liked it quite a bit.I would stay here again.