Long Bay Beach Club
What We Love
- Oceanfront location just steps from Long Bay Beach’s talcum-white sand
- Outdoor activities abound: Bodyboard in the winter, snorkel or scuba dive (there's an on-site PADI shop) in the summer, and play tennis on well-lit grass courts year-round
- 5:30 p.m. happy hour with papaya daiquiris and Long Bay Coolers
What To Know
- Elegant Pelican, the on-site boutique, stocks any vacation essentials you might have forgotten — plus books and movie to rent
- Book catamaran tours and sailing trips around the island through the resort’s tour desk
- A seven percent service fee per night plus 10 percent tax will be applied at the Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Just 30 rooms make up this laid-back colonial-style Tortola resort, which fronts Long Bay Beach’s powder-white sand. At 360 square feet, the Deluxe Rooms have a beachy aesthetic (whitewashed walls, aquamarine private balconies) and are just yards from the ocean. Settle in for breakfast, lunch and dinner (buffet during the day, à la carte at night) at the 1748 restaurant (the beachside bar and grill is set in an 18th-century sugar refinery), or swing by the 5:30 p.m. happy hour for papaya daiquiris and Long Bay Coolers.
In the Area
Pirates, including Bluebeard and Captain Kidd, once used Tortola’s secluded coves to launch attacks on Spanish ships carrying treasure. Today visitors explore the same inlets and beaches on catamaran rides, snorkeling excursions and chartered fishing trips. Ask the hotel to book a full-day sail to nearby Jost Van Dyke (the BVI’s smallest island, just three square miles, and home to the famed Soggy Dollar Bar), or set off on a guided flat boat for some Caribbean fly fishing. Landlubbers should visit the Callwood rum distillery (the island’s oldest continuously operating pot distillery) for a taste of the spirit made from pure cane juice; or explore Fort Burt, a hilltop defense built by the English in 1776.
How to Get There
Long Bay Beach Club was wiped out by Hurricane Irma and Maria. Why are you still promoting it on Trip Advisor?
The property was bought out after the hurricane and is being redeveloped as something else. When we revisited the area last January, the buildings were totally a wreck.
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Great resort - villas very spacious and great views. Some years since we were here but spent many vacations here when our kids were small and also before our kids were born. Very relaxed spot. Only downside bar staff little lazy and food could be a lot better overall for what you pay. We got to know a lot of outside restaurants.