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Located in East End, Tortola, Lambert Beach Resort features an outdoor swimming pool. Staff on site can arrange airport transfers. we received a warm welcome from Geeta-(onsite manager.) She was helpful throughout our stay and went out of the way to book transportation and a restaurant reservation at Red rock for us. The entire staff was very welcoming & hospitable, especially Colleen who checked in on us a few times. The hotel is on a nice secluded private beach. The views are incredible & our bungalow type room was exceptionally clean & spacious.
This tropical hotel offers a private pool and private beach overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Guests have access to beach and pool equipment. The villas feature a full kitchen area. Perfect location, clean and comfortable full of island charm. Very friendly staff and they all do an amazing job with upkeep, especially after the hurricane damage of the past years. Everything is up and working including the hotels restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The pool is great and there is good snorkeling off the beach, which is right outside your door. Don’t believe any of the negatives you may have read, this is a great place. There is not a lot close by here (walking distance) so you will need taxi or rental car, but that’s all part of the enjoyment..
Perfect sailing conditions, beautiful islands and beaches to visit, great local cuisine and fun bars to visit. Great stay in the island for a quiet beach Getaway. Locals are super sweet and welcoming everywhere you go
Tortola is a magical unspoiled Paradise. It's a great place to get away and put life on hold. It has some of the best bareboating in the world. While the huricane took its toll a few years back the island has recovered and is ready to welcome all. It's residents spirit and kindness are inspiring.
We were renting a boat with friends for the week so we arrived a few days earlier to check out Tortola. The island is still recovering from Irma. We rented a car for the day and drove around the entire island - 32 sq miles. Beautiful location in the BVI. Hopefully island recovery will continue so that people can get back to their homes and businesses.
Road Town was severely damaged by the 2017-hurricanes. My heart goes out to everyone effected - but instead of starting from scratch places that re-opened charge top-end pre-hurricane prices. Google maps/opening hours/information about transport/infrastructure/etc are NOT updated. Even though everything’s a mess the place still advertises as posh... which is not pleasant at all.
People are nice and respectful calm, restaurants and food are so good and perfect, beaches are pretty and clean I can't wait to come back again. It's highly recommend pleace to visit not just Road Town, the hole island of Tortola bvi.
This place could be an absolute paradise. But it seems everyone is sitting around waiting for someone else to do normal maintenance. Like take the rotting carcasses of cars to a dump or clean out the filthy rivers. But don't ask for directions to a coffee shop because there aren't any. It's mind blowing that there seems to be absolutely no initiative to make the experience of tourists, which must be the primary industry of these islands, one to remember. In the end, such a level of apathy will be explained by the political leaders who seem to be in their jobs just to collect a salary. The attitude of the locals towards tourists is reflective of this apathy.
I WAS REALLY IMPRESSED. LOVE LOVE LOVE 💘