Kariwak Village Holistic Haven - Reader Reports & Opinion
Kariwak, Impossible To Get Prices
I've been trying to get some prices for the kariwak and am having no luck, I've emailed them twice, once 3-4 days ago (and once just this AM!) and not heard back as yet. There are no prices on the website and nothing listed on trip advisor either.
Does anyone know roughtly how much costs will be in April and what availability will be like.
Kariwak Village Hotel And Blue Waters Inn Review
we just returned from staying at Kariwak hotel and we loved it.
the rooms are charming and the garden is beyond lovely.
The hotel is like a little oasis in the middle of a commercial area.
The staff was lovely and the breakfasts and the dinners were great also.
you must try some of their spiced tea. yum!
the hotel was so convenient to everythnig and yet when on the grounds you felt like you were miless away from any urban area.
I would definitely stay there again.
We also stayed at Blue Waters Inn. Again, the setting is beautiful.
sitting in your room or on your terrace and listneing to the waves is wonderful.
The staff at the hotel were exceptionaly friendly and helpful and really made our stay enjoyable.
we stayed in one of the efficiency rooms so we had a kitchenette and we had breakfast every morning in our room which was nice.
the rooms are large and clean but lacking something.. the kitchen utensils are thread bare and most of the knifes had broken handles.
and the bathroom fixtures definitely need some improvement..
I think they could do much more with the rooms and make them more charming but it is a nice hotel and a fantastic location.
We stayed at the Kariwak Village from May 4th to May 12th. The short version of this review is: PERFECT!
The food is delicious, the whole place is extremely clean and the staff is super friendly. Nothing is too much and everyone is treated like a VIP.
If you are looking for the perfect place to relax, have breakfast, lunch and dinner and feel as a prince/princess than this is the place to be!
The Kariwak is centrally located in the Crown point area, comfortably close to the airport. We were never bothered by noise coming from the airport and we found the location to be central for touring the island. Part of Kariwak is a nice pool for a refreshing swim and a jacuzzi for some lazy hours.
This was our first visit to Tobago and Kariwak Village is part of the reason that made us decide to return there next year!
we visited tobago on 27th nov and stayed at the kariwak. I could not have wished to have stayed at a nicer place for our first visit to tobago, i could not fault it on anything! we choose to stay half board with the view to maybe eating out a few times biut we could not bare to miss out on any of the wonderfull meals! the staff were friendly and helpfull and when i sprained my ankle the could not have been more helpfull especially cynthia herself(the co-owner)how gave me a tube of arnica which sped the healing process up no end.we had a garden room which was lovely and extreemly clean. an amazing place which you cannot fail to fall in love with!!
I have not stayed at Kariwak Village but I have had two exellent evening meals there. I have also visited at lunchtime and if you are looking for the perfect sandwich (not that you should be looking for one in Tobago), their seafood ones are superb!!!
The gardens are a fantastic place to wander and relax.