If you’re looking for a name brand resort in Tobago, you won’t find one. Following my trip to Cyprus, I vowed not to spend a lot of money on non-brand hotels. There, I spent $150 for a hotel that was as luxurious as the Oasis in Cancun. The next day I switched to a crummy bread and breakfast with a loud air conditioner and uncomfortable bed for 1/3 of the price. It sucked but it was only $50.
In Tobago, I found Miller’s Guesthouse for $67 a night. That’s a bit steep for a guesthouse but not very expensive in comparison to other properties on the island.
We arrived at 1AM and the guesthouse had a taxi waiting for us. It was $20 because it was late at night.
It’s a typical guesthouse/hostel room. The air conditioner worked great and there were plenty of channels on the television.
The hotel arranged the glass bottom boat tour which was convenient. Power 1 picked us up right off the dock from the guesthouse.
We had a tuna sandwich and it was pretty good, too much bread though.
If I return to Tobago, I will stay at Crown Point, which is on the other side of the island. Miller’s would be great on a Sunday when there is a block party.
It’s a guesthoue and it served its purpose.