Roseau Valley Hotel

Address: Roseau Valley, Roseau, 00109-8000, Dominica | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel, located on Roseau Valley, Roseau, is near Champagne Diving, Roseau Museum, Scott's Head Pinnacles, and Old Market Square.
Map this hotel


Photos of Roseau Valley Hotel

    View all photos

      TravelPod Member ReviewsRoseau Valley Hotel

      Reviewed by spsadventures

      Like grandma's house

      Reviewed Feb 10, 2013
      by (14 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Staying at the Roseau Valley Hotel is like staying at your grandma's house. The rooms are large and well-furnished, but the furniture is old, like a grandma's house. It has good hot water and internet access. The owners are very friendly people who care about the safety and security of their guests, like a grandma would. They were always willing to give me pointers on how to most effectively get to where I wanted to go, and always said to call if I ran into problems. The location is not in Roseau the city, so to go back and forth a lot would be a hassle, but it is a short bus ride, the buses run pretty regularly, and they are very cheap. The hotel itself is set back in the woods up in the mountains where it is very pretty. I recommend this hotel to any budget travelers who don't plan on being out in the city late at night.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Roseau Valley Hotel

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Roseau

      Jurassic Park Minus Raptors- Dominica

      A travel blog entry by lottyh on Apr 24, 2014

      9 comments, 7 photos

      ... no mega resorts, swanky chain hotels and mass tourism.
      It is unspoiled and lovely. That is why the producers
      selected Dominica as a backdrop for two sequels of Pirates of the
      Caribbean movie series.

      country has survived with a predominantly agricultural-based economy
      that includes bananas. Since it cannot compete with other Caribbean
      countries when it comes to beaches, it concentrated on its tropical
      interior. Lately, Dominica ...

      Time to go swimming!

      A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 14, 2013

      7 photos

      ... Right off the bat, I spotted the bubbles that made Champagne Reef so famous - and the water/bubbles coming out of the vents were indeed warm. The water in general was not cold or even cool, but the hot springs vents had bath water temps coming out! The marine life was surprisingly abundant and varied. Yellow barrel and purple encrusting sponges, brain corals, sea fans, gorgonian stalks, staghorn corals and more littered the seascape, with all kinds of fish: porcupine ...

      Departing Dominica, Heading to Brazil

      A travel blog entry by brepetro on Jan 16, 2011

      ... arrived on a Sunday, the town was deserted. In Dominica, all businesses shut down on Sundays because it is their country’s day of rest. Everyone goes to church and then goes home and relaxes with their family. On Sunday, my friends and I woke up early and took a run up to the top of a mountain that overlooks Roseau (the capital city). It was a beautiful site to see, which you can see in my pictures. We then walked around the town for a little while and then headed ...

      Much promised in Dominca

      A travel blog entry by martyandness on Jun 12, 2010

      20 photos

      ... rising, this is suppose to be a holiday! All this pain and for the bloody soccer! Our alarm clock consists of Norman bounding down the hall and yanking the toilet door shut then open (it is next door to our little coffin) and then banging the dishes in the galley (once again next door to our coffin...boat is not really big). Argh! Once we were up and out on deck it was actually quite good. Early mornings are beautiful and peaceful on the water and gee really what did we ...

      Dominica's favorites

      A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Jan 30, 2009

      46 photos

      ... is named after its highest mountain, Morne Trois Pitons, meaning mountain of three peaks. Designated a World Heritage Site in 1997, it has many outstanding attractions, such as hot springs, freshwater lakes and lets not forget, the Emerald Pool. The park is also a significant area of volcanic activity, precipitous slopes and deeply incised valleys.

      Luckily for us, it had stopped raining as we set off ...

      Other places to stay in Roseau