Blue Waters Inn - Reader Reports & Opinion
Susan Rowell from U.K. visited in October 2006 and awarded
Great place to relax - the staff and locals were really friendly and most welcoming. We stayed in one of the bungelows and thought it was fantastic. If you want a dress for dinner/evening entertainments/busy bustling place - dont come here, but if you want to get to know the real Tobago - then I couldnt recommend it more.
Tracey Snoxell from U.K. visited in July 2006 and awarded
Apalling service and attutude of staff. At one meal time our party of 4 was made to feel like we should not be there. We asked for a menu for the restaurant at 8.0o and asked what time it was open until. We were told 9 pm. When our meal was delivered to the bar and we queried it we were met with a bad attitude - you should have siad! It was our friends birthday the next evening and I am so glad we decided to spend it at Speyside not Blue Water. We were much more welcome and comfortabe at Speyside Inn.
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WBWilly from Chattanooga Tennessee
My wife and I are going to BWI the first week of November to dive and decompress. I worked at the camp back in the 60's and can't wait to see Batteaux Bay again. I would appreciate any recent trip feedback and will be happy to give mine as well.
Bluw Waters Inn
in august we will stay in BBI for 2 weeks. is this a good period for diving and snorkling?
has any one already in this hotel in the last few weeks?
Silly Little Things I'd Like To Know Before Coming To Bwi
I am so happy to find this site! I hope I am not repeating previous questions, but I did try to find answers in the forum myself before posting.
In the self-catering efficiencies, are there coffee makers? If so, what type filters fit? Are there microwaves? Should we stop on the way from the airport to buy groceries, or take a taxi back after arriving? (I was especially wondering about immediate needs like bottled water, etc.) Do any of you take your own snacks/food? What time does the hotel restaurant start serving breakfast?
We are planning to stay 6 nights and dive 5 days, with birding, exploring in our spare time. Would you advise renting a vehicle at the airport, or just taking taxis a few days? We do enjoy some walking excursions. Can meals/drinks/gift shop expenses etc. be charged to your room and paid for by credit card? Do local eateries like the Speyside Inn and Jemmas only accept cash? Are US dollars widely accepted?
When you venture out on birding trails or go to Little Tobago, should you wear long pants and long sleeves, or just shorts and lots of insect repellent? When diving with Aquamarine, is it possible to do 3 dives per day, or is that frowned upon?
Thanks for any help in my preparations for our April 2007 trip (planning is half the fun for me). I reserve the right to ask more silly questions later....