Icis Villas

Brewers Bay, Tortola

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The Icis Villas epitomize the term “family friendly,” with charming staff, onsite dinner options and a free daily breakfast, two-bedroom suite options, and a peaceful, isolated location five minutes from a beautiful, quiet beach. This is not where you stay if you’re looking to be in the center of the action with activities and restaurants around every corner, but it is ideal for families who want to get away from it all. The only downsides: the pool is small, and the neighbors have roosters who like to announce the dawn (light sleepers beware). Try to plan for a rental car so you can get around the rest of the island as needed, since taxis can be expensive.

Our Editor Loves

  • Free continental breakfast and onsite dinner offerings
  • Quiet, isolated location
  • Five minutes' walk from a lovely, uncrowded beach

Family Interests

  • Beach

Family Amenities

  • Babysitting
  • Children Programs
  • Connecting Rooms
  • Free Breakfast
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool


Very quiet!

by Sarah M

I spent two nights and it was very quiet. The staff was very friendly and was available to discuss activities and call taxis. Brewer's Bay is the only activity (beach and snorkeling) within walking distance. The taxis are about $12/person to go to Road Town and to go to Cane Garden Bay. Cane Garden Bay has a great beach and lots of restaurants/bars and Bobby's Market.

Best place to stay in Tortola

by Sue R

The room was clean and comfortable. The people were very friendy. They made us feel at home. The hotel is by a beautiful beach good for swimming of snorkeling. If you snorkel do all parts of the bay. We knew a continental breakfast was included but we did not know dinner was available if you put in your request before noon. Dinner was great. The only issue we had was finding the place. Most people take a taxi but we rented a car. There are no street signs in Tortola so we kept stopping and asking directions. Staying there was worth being a little lost at first.