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I've booked this particular hotel because me and my girlfriend didn't want to stay in a hotel where that we would have to leave the property to be at the beach. So, this was not my first choice, and it was not the best price...More
We have stayed at the Bougainvillea on numerous occasions. It still exceeds our expectations!
It is easy to get to from the airport about 15 minutes, we use Doc our knowledgeable friendly taxi driver.However you can use the local bus service, which is easy. The...More
We stayed for 12 nights at the Bougainvillea in late August early September. From the moment we arrived felt very relaxed. We had a great room on the ground floor direct access to the pool and beach. It was beautiful having breakfast on the patio...More
Stayed here in early June with my girlfriend for 10 days on our first trip to the Carribean. Very easy to get to the resort from the airport - taxi was around 20 dollars and we were met at the hotel by friendly staff offering...More
My family and I have just returned from another fantastic holiday at Bougainvillea Beach Resort! It is just like going home when we get there and are greeted by the staff like long lost friends! From the kitchen staff to the maintenance guys, nothing is...More
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There is a very small market when you go out of the hotel to the right. It’s about a 3 minute walk. They really don’t sell much. There was wine, beer and water. Water was not sold by the case. They had a few snacks, not a... More
There is a very small market when you go out of the hotel to the right. It’s about a 3 minute walk. They really don’t sell much. There was wine, beer and water. Water was not sold by the case. They had a few snacks, not a place that I would recommend if you want groceries. We hired a driver for the day and we had him stop at Massey’s. We were able to get our cases of water and snacks. I wasn’t looking for groceries but it is a well sized supermarket, just be prepared to pay island prices$$$. The concierge can help you with booking excursions but you do have to pay for them. I highly recommend going to the boatyard. We paid 100USD for a family of 4 which included sun beds and umbrellas. We were giving 80.00 credit toward lunch and drinks after paying the entrance. It covered lunch for the 4 of us and drinks for me and my husband. Included in the admission fee is a free boat ride to snorkel, equipment included, over to Carlisle Bay to see the shipwrecks. There are trampolines in the water as well as a swinging rope and diving platform off the dock. Beautiful, calm and seaweed free water. Best place we went to. Enjoy!