Caribbean's top quintessential tropical beach resorts. - East End Tortola
A warm welcome to Turtle Bay Resort, nestled in a luxuorius tropical amphitheater sloping toward the sea to one of the Caribbean's most beautiful beaches. The resort revives in style , design and food the lush Italian hospitality.
Palm fringed and covered with sparkling white sand, a half-mile long , the resort is a secluded retreat in British Virgin Islands, an Italian management with more than 35 years' experience, we have a reputation for excellence.
Individual and our Italian experience in design and style, will help you to create your perfect holiday and ensure you achieve a sense of freedom. 37 cottages Spacious rooms feature over-sized bathrooms plus private outdoor patio. Tastefully decorated with natural wood furniture, stonework and a calming color palette, the cottages are grouped in pairs for optimal privacy.
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry Service
- Clock Radio
- Cable TV
- Coffee Maker
- Ironing Board
- Hair Dryer
Amenities: Hotel Activities
• Snorkeling equipment • Boogie boards (small surf boards) • Beach volley • Sea Kayaks • Windsurf equipment (extra charge) • Tennis (racquets & balls are available) • Reef fishing equipment • Library, videotapes & TV.
This remarkable swimming pool, with 450 square meters (5000 sq. ft.) of water surface, is the largest on the island. It features a children's' pool area and a swim-up bar. Complementary lounge chairs, tables, and umbrellas are available for guests' use.
• Car rental, baby-sitting, laundry service, and safety deposit can be arranged at reception. • Complimentary beach towels are available. • Charter flights can be arranged to and from Antigua, St. Martin, San Juan, or Santo Domingo to Tortola.
Directions: Once liveded only by pirates and adventurers, today Tortola, is for many the realization of an idyllic Caribbean vacation.
Tortola is only 40 minutes by air from San Juan, Puerto Rico; 30 minutes from St. Martin, French West Indies; or a simple 15-minute flight from St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands.