Kariwak Village - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Patty Rice from U.S.A. visited in January 2010 and awarded  Four out of Five

This is a tropical, serene and beautiful place, hidden off the road. The grounds a beautifully landscaped. The individual cottages a private, but close to the pool and restaurant. The food is excellently prepared, very good and a nice variety. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and would stay again.

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Porridge & Jeanell from Tobago visited in November 2009 and awarded  Five out of Five


My husband and i stayed at the Kariwak Hotel for the first night of our Honeymoon , November 1st ,

what a loverly place ,Really quiet and peaceful its the perfect place to be .

we loved our secret hideaway we will be back ! Thank you for a Memorable one

Porridge &jeanell Lopez

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Ronald from Trinidad visited in April 2009 and awarded  Five out of Five

So having read all the previous reviews about the hotel, my wife and I decided to try it ourselves. Though our stay was short, only for the days of the Easter Weekend, we were thoroughly satisfied. The hotel brought us to a different world, away from the hustle and bustle of our daily lives. The food was delectable, especially the homemade bread and the mahi mahi for dinner.

Whilst our reception could have been a little better, the staff general were very friendly and helpful.

We also met a family who were returning for the 3rd time from England and who simply reinforced the value of the hotel.

Keep it up guys, we would certainly be back to share in the serenity and beauty of the place in the future.

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Mr P Bond from U.K. visited in November 2007 and awarded  Four out of Five

My wife and I stayed there for our honeymoon and it was great. We were looking for something different, something local and cozy, rather than a big typical hotel. We stayed in one of the very clean and tidy huts and it was excellent with the pool and restuarant like the surroundings beautiful.

The staff were also very friendly and helpful and would strongly reccommend to anyone.

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Rama Cathan from U.K. visited in April 2007 and awarded  Five out of Five

Having recently returned from the Kariwak for the second time I feel compelled to leave a review as a way of thanks.

We often stop in Tobago for a few days after visiting family in Trinidad to unwind and sample the Tobago slant on life which we have come to love so much.

Our stays have recently been so enjoyable thanks to the staff and owners of the Kariwak hotel.

In a nutshell

Location, near the Airport and Store Bay with easy access to everything. Aircraft noise is minimal and hardly noticed due to the Lush well maintained gardens in the complex.

Accomodation, despite not being updated since our previous visit 3 years ago the rooms are immaculately maintained with careful attention to detail by all staff. The rooms are in cabins spread out within the grounds blending effortlessly with the surrounding vegitation, and are spacious and simply, but very comfortably furnished.

This visit was our first with our daughter aged 2, who was very welcomed (mind you she's very cute & funny to boot!). I personally woundn't say that this was a family resort, mainly adults and families with one or two small well behaved children. The area around the pool was quiet, and the general ambience, serene and relaxing. That said, my daughter was exceptionally well looked after, with milk available for evenings and mornings and proper meals cooked for her in the restaurant.

We certainly were not made to feel unwelcome when she became tired and cranky (and noisy!), which can be quite often the case in other adult orientated hotels.

Our afternoons were spent relaxing by the small but well maintained pool, listening to the resident Jazz funk band rehearse, with a cool Carib in hand. watching the wide variety of birds attracted to the forna and rather large but beautiful caterpillers on one particular tree. Perfect!

We had one meal in the restaurant and several breakfasts which were very good with friendly attentive personal service.

Staff were attentive and very friendly yet unobtrusive.

The hotel allowed us to use a courtesy room as we had a late flight and supplied towels for us to use.

Both our visits to the Kariwak had followed hectic schedules in Trinidad, and we were instantly relaxed on arrival.

So if you are looking for a good quiet base to relax, not overun with guests, excellent gardens and good food, then the Kariwak is a must.

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