British Virgin Islands Hotels, Accommodation, Villas
Types of accommodation available in the BVI
Welcome to the British Virgin Islands Hotels & Accommodation page of Active Caribbean, written to give you an idea the types of accommodation you will find at this Caribbean destination.
British Virgin Islands hotels & accommodation options
The British Virgin Islands are renowned for excellent sailing so there are a lot of moorings, anchorages, marinas and yacht clubs geared up for anyone visiting by boat – with laid-back accommodation options within a few steps of your yacht if you want to sleep on terra firma for a night or two. There are marinas and/or yacht clubs in Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Nanny Cay. Beach Clubs accommodation can be found in Anegada, Cooper Island and Tortola, and there are also quite a number of classy island resorts. A mixed bag of villas, inns, apartments and condominiums are scattered around all the main islands (Anegada, Jost Van Dyke, Tortola, Virgin Gorda), and on other smaller islands you’ll find guest houses, cottages and charming hideaways.
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