Enchanted Waters Hotel - Reader Reports & Opinion
Marion Salo from Sweden visited in March 2006 and awarded
We were a group of nine people from Sweden: The Patinos and their staff did more than enough to make our stay the fairytale we all experienced.
We enjoyed good food, great service, clean rooms and very beautiful surroundings.
For us if we return there is no other alternative but Enchanted Waters Hotel and the Patino family!
If they want us back we´ll be back!
Caroline Ladd from U.K. visited in February 2006 and awarded
We have just returned from a week at enchanted waters hotel. We were dissappointed with the food, although the room was a good size and the linen was changed regularly. The bed was large but very uncomfortable, and the noise of the road was dreadfull. Beware if you book the package to include a two course evening meal.....it only includes salad, and either chicken or fish.!!!
Karen Jones from U.K. visited in September 2002 and awarded
We booked our holiday via the internet, and happened upon enchanted waters. Our Holiday was to celebrate my then partner (now husband's 50th Birthday.
We had read a report on Tobago and decided it was the sort of place we were looking for, not too touristy, with lots of interesting things to see/do.
The hotel would normally close in September (we didn't know this) but stayed open for us and a few straggeler's who were looking for accommodation.We had a lovely 2weeks there, the Patino family were most helpful and very cheery. The staff were lovely and nothing was too much trouble.
We went to pidgeon point beach - great - we had lunch at a shack in Buccoo next to the bicyle shop FAB! all home cooked.
We also met Charlie from the Polo Bar, what a character. We have great memories of Tobago.
Enchanted Waters Hotel / Kp Resorts
Has anyone ever stayed at this hotel?? They are offering a great honeymoon package that involves a little bit of everything - romance, comfort, a tour, dining. Can i get some views, reviews, news!!!
Enchanted Waters Hotel Review
The second week of our holiday we stayed at the Enchanted Waters hotel. It is a nice 10-room hotel on Shirvan road. They have a lovely small garden, which is even lovelier in the evenings, when the beautiful lighting and the waterfall are on. There is also a swimming pool on site, not that big, but adequate. We strongly recommend renting a car, while staying here. It is kind of isolated. Shirvan road runs right next to the hotel so there is some noise. It is not the quietest of locations, but it’s not that bad either. There are animals on the premises too. Two dogs and two cats, but they are all kind and won’t bother you. The staff are very nice and the owner family too. One of the owners had even been to Finland. He was the only person we met on the island, who even knew, where Finland is.
We stayed in an executive suite, which was big and nicely decorated. They also brought beautiful flowers to our room, when we arrived. Our room was on the third floor and we had a big balcony with an open-air kitchenette. Breakfast wasn’t included in the room rate, but Gourmet Foods supermarket isn’t far and we bought our own breakfast supplies. The kitchenette was in good condition as were all the kettles and other dishes. They also have a ceiling fan on the balcony, which made it more pleasant to sit there. After getting used to the brand new air-con in the Seahorse Inn, the air-con here seemed a bit noisy. However the ceiling fan in our room was so efficient that we didn’t need to use the air-conditioning at night. The executive suite comes with a small Jacuzzi, but we didn’t use it.
Our return flight was only in the evening so we asked to keep our room till we’d have to leave to the airport. They needed our room, so they gave us one on the ground level. It was a standard suite. It was smaller in size than the executive suite and it didn’t have a Jacuzzi, but otherwise it was quite the same. It even had a better shower than the executive suite. If we’d known before, what the rooms are really like, we’d stayed in a standard room. I think it was better value for money. Not that the price difference is that big, but still.