Spyglass Hill, West End, Tortola, Virgin Islands British | 3 star hotel

Travel Blogs from West End

Challenging Times

A travel blog entry by munchkins


... 300 to $400 maybe for the diver." Meanwhile we had attached to the mooring buoy in an attempt to stop the anchor getting lodged even tighter. That would cost us another $30.00 a night as well.

That afternoon I raced around each boat in the small harbor asking if anyone had dive tanks that might be able to help. No one it seemed, were divers. Mid afternoon a large French catamaran tied up to the buoy behind us, so I took the dingy across to ask them ...

Two million entries and only one winner.

A travel blog entry by theskinners


... and delicious food. And most of all Faye. She was there for us every day. To make sure we experience all the best that the BVI had to offer. To make sure we were never lost and to make sure we always had everything we needed. While the BVI will always be fondly remembered by us as this incredible island paradise we will always remember the people of this paradise first. Thank you BVI for everything you are.

Hubba Bubba Fun in St. Thomas

A travel blog entry by zolina


... we actually got to jump off the boat and into the water. I was surprised when the water was kind of cold. And there wasn’t much of a reef to see. There was a big area of sea grass first, where there were supposedly turtles. But we didn’t see any. Then there started being some small reefs. But it was still cool. I hadn’t been snorkeling in a long time, so just seeing the standard sergeant fish was cool. We also saw a black/white/red-spotted parrotfish, which are ...

St. Thomas - a good ending to this cruise

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske


... short sail. The snorkeling spot had a ship wreck. The story went as follows: the ship was carrying drugs from somewhere in 1979 and the coast guards learned about it. The people on the ship abandoned the ship and later the coast guards sank the ship at where our ship docked today. Later the cruise lines worked together to move the ship wreck away. The various hurricanes moved the wreck a few times and now it’s at the Buck island. Our catamaran anchored ...

The Virgin Isles

A travel blog entry by patch64


Light creeped under the drapes to cabin 11664 heralding the arrival of a new day and the chance to explore the US Virgin Island of St Thomas and its neighbour St John. We arrived at the Crown Harbour pier at 10am with disembarkation starting soon after that.

We ordered room service as we were on a shore excursion today and so thought breakfast in the room was an easier option. We made our way ashore shortly after 10.30 to a sea of people all trying to find ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Spyglass Hill, West End, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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