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Tussen maart en juli komen hier 's nachts schildpadden aan land om eieren te leggen. U kunt dan onder begeleiding van een gids mee het strand op om hiervan getuige te zijn.

Turtle Beach by rex resorts

Een karakteristiek Caraïbisch resort aan een privé-strand met een vleugje Engelse 'country' stijl. Eén van de beste resorts van Tobago.

Vanaf € 133,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Turtle Beach by Rex Resorts
Turtle Beach by Rex Resorts


Turtle Beach by Rex Resorts

Over Turtle Beach by rex resorts

Het strand Pigeon Point Beach ligt ‘om de hoek’, net als het populaire strand Store Bay Beach. Het hotel beschikt over 2 uitstekende restaurants en 2 bars, een spa en een eigen strand. Ook zijn er sportmogelijkheden zoals tennissen, snorkelen, kanovaren, waterskiën en duiken. Bij het zwembad kunt u, zittend in het water, nippen aan een tropische cocktail. Alle kamers zijn ruim en voorzien van airco, tv, telefoon, minibar, een kluisje, een balkon of terras met zitje en een badkamer met bad/douche, toilet en föhn. U kunt kiezen voor een Superior tuinzijde kamer met uitzicht op de tropische tuin of een Deluxe zeezichtkamers. 2- en 3-kamer suites behoren tot slot ook nog tot de mogelijkheden.


  • all inclusive
  • kindvriendelijk
  • wifi
  • beachfront

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Tussen maart en juli komen hier 's nachts schildpadden aan land om eieren te leggen. U kunt dan onder begeleiding van een gids mee het strand op om hiervan getuige te zijn.

Turtle Beach by rex resorts
v.a. € 133 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Standaard Zeezicht kamers
Voorzien van airco, tv, koffie- en theefaciliteiten, koelkastje, kluisje, telefoon, kingsize bed of 2 queensize bedden, badkamer met douche, föhn en toilet en een balkon of terras met zicht op zee.

Turtle Zeezicht kamers
Aan de rustigere kant van het strand gelege. De kamers zijn voorzien van kingsize bed of 2 losse bedden, airco, tv, telefoon, kluisje, balkon of terras met zitje en een badkamer met douche, toilet en föhn.  Uw mini koelkastje wordt een keer per week gevuld met frisdrank en lokaal bier. Uitzicht op zee.

Comfort Zeezicht kamer
Dit type kamer is geschikt voor grotere gezinnen, tot een maximum van 5. De kamer heeft een extra slaapkamer. Verder is de kamer voorzien van kingsize bed of 2 queensize bedden, airco, tv, telefoon, minibar, kluisje, een balkon of terras met zitje en een badkamer met bad/douche, toilet en föhn, uitzicht op de zee.

All Inclusive

  • Ontbijtbuffet
  • Lunch
  • Buffet diner
  • Ongelimiteerde alcoholische dranken
  • Huiswijn, lokaal bier
  • Niet gemotoriseerde watersports (incl kajak, roeien en zeilen)


Direct aan het strand.

Aantal kamers



  • 2 Restaurant
  • 2 Bars
  • Zwembad
  • Tennisbaan
  • Duiken
  • Watersportfaciliteiten
  • Gratis WiFi


  • Presentatie over de schildpadden
  • Introductieduik in het zwembad
  • Coconut Party
  • Watersportmogelijkheden zoals: kajakken, windsurfen en duiken
  • Tennis
  • Golf

Een vakantie op Tobago is voor velen een droomvakantie. Dat is ook de reden waarom wij diverse mogelijkheden aanbieden voor een vakantie naar Tobago. Tobago is een nog authentiek en ongerept eiland dat er nog precies zo bijligt als in de jaren '60 en '70. Dát geeft Tobago de specifieke en charmante sfeer voor een heerlijke vakantie.
Geniet tijdens uw vakantie op Tobago van de vele baaien met verborgen strandjes, een prachtig groen regenwoud, kristalhelder water en een typisch Caribische sfeer. De Engelstalige bevolking is vriendelijk, gastvrij en heeft nooit haast.

"Relaxation and rested "

This is our 5th time in #Tobago and second time at Rex Resorts, we're delighted we came back after staying at other hotels ( not that there bad). It's an acquired taste, but one of tranquility and relaxation if you can let go you will enjoy a recharge of the spirit, the food was excellent we usually get bored of hotel food and eat out, we ate every day and night at the resort.. already thinking of next year

"Surprisingly wonderful"

Rooms were bigger than normal and clean. Pool was great and highlight for my kids. The food was also very delicious, it included many local dishes. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. There were local shows most nights.

"Local's first time visit"

All inclusive package Pros: Large clean rooms. Tiled floors. Well kept grounds. Tasty food. Good variety. Buffet style at all times. Local and continental dishes. Friendly staff. Daily housekeeping. Large beach towels. Good variety of drinks and cocktails. Large pool, with jaccuzi, and wading pool. Grand Courland bay is right outside door. Beach is 2 km long. Water is cool and clear. Medium surf. Sugary sand. Beach near to hotel is clean. Lots of birds though. Area is an active fishing bay, but does not smell of fish. All rooms face the ocean, and have a balcony. The boom of the surf could be startling in the night. Umbrellas and chairs on beach. Hotel is quiet. It is not near to any noisy local watering holes. Cons: AC in bedroom was not able to cool adequately in the day, even when set at 16 deg C. It was cooling very well in the night though - I had to raise it back to 20. Hotel is not within easy walking to nearby villages Plymouth and Blackrock. But a taxi trip is 8 $tt return. You can walk to them on the beach, but it's a significant trek. Fixed times for meals, and no snacks except at 4pm tea time. But you could always trek to the village. Hotel shop is always closed. If you could get it open, there was a fair variety of stuff for sale there. TV channels were scant, and reception was bad at times. bbc cnn tbs axn cmax espn & cartoon. No local T&T channels. I guess if you frolicked in the water and baked in the sun all day, you could only sleep at night. Entertainment was on Friday night only. Live singer of blues, disco, reggae, calypso. On the other nights you could probably drink until you became the entertainment. The hotel offers a low key, quiet, tropical experience, without a lot of local cultural interaction.

"We plan to come back here"

We've stayed at Rex hotels in Antigua and (many times) in St Lucia so know what to expect - usually a 70s-built building in a prime beachside location, providing basic adequate accommodation and tasty buffet meals, and supported by helpful friendly staff. That's what we found here in Tobago too, but in many ways this hotel is the best of the three Rex hotels we've stayed in. The location means the transfer from the airport is 15 - 20 minutes; the layout means all rooms are sea-facing, so you don't have to pay extra for a seaview room; the beach is unspoilt to the extent that the fishermen are still working from beside the hotel to catch the fish the pelicans dive for, and the cattle and chickens wander along the beach; and the bird life is so varied that the birds in the open air restaurant aren't just the fearless black birds we know from other islands but also gentler and more timid sugarbirds, doves, and the beautiful blue-grey tanagers. (Hummingbirds are often around in the gardens too.) My own plus points were the availability of washrooms beside the open air restaurant, by the pool, and in the lobby; and having a kettle in the room and being given a whole thermos jug of hot water at breakfast so that I could have tea. The only minus point wasn't in the hotel's control - the sea was too rough to swim in apart from a few days towards the end of our stay, but when we did go in the water was clear and the seafloor gently sloping and stone-free. I'm not a fan of swimming pools but the hotel's one is large and pleasant so we did swim every day. We self-organised trips to Plymouth to visit Fort James and the Mystery Grave; to Pigeon Point (twice); and to Adventure Bird Sanctuary to see the hummingbirds and other birds feeding. We also ate out twice at the Seahorse Inn. Ask the very helpful receptionists to call Noel Dumas the taxi driver, or his wife Katharina - also a taxi driver - who is originally from Germany and thus speaks German. We went with Peter Cox on an organised trip to the reef and the Nylon Pool. He does other tours including walking theough the rainforest and is extremely knowledgeable about wildlife and is often around the hotel. Thanks to GM Lesley Abedee and his staff for a lovely holiday and we aim to return and see you all again.

"Good 3 star hotel"

You have to remember this is a 3 star hotel, and in that respect it delivers. If you are looking for 5 star luxury with all the added little touches, plus excellent accommodation and service, then this is possibly not the place for you. Having said that, we have just come back from a really great two weeks of lazing by the pool in the Caribbean sunshine, eating, drinking, swimming and sleeping and would quite happily go back to Turtle beach. Now onto more specifics. The resort itself (build I understand in the 1970's), is a bit faded, but has everything you need. The rooms are spread out along the beach with all rooms having a sea view - the 3 storey block at the end of the hotel is quite a hike, and so would recommend the rooms closer to the bar, reception etc. Our room was a good size, upstairs with a large balcony, rather small shower room and sufficient cupboard and drawer space. Beautifully prepared on our first night with flowers on the bed etc., and kept nicely clean. The only challenge was getting the cleaning staff to provide tea/coffee/milk. When we were there there was no creamer on the island (we were told), but when we asked, we were provided with milk in a carton. Coffee was a bigger problem, as for the first 4 days, we kept on having to ask for coffee to be provided, and then were given a couple of sachets of 3 in one (coffee/creamer/sugar). No good for me, because I drink black coffee. However the manager kindly went and bought us a small jar of coffee. So the issue was resolved. The restaurant (although it looks like a shack from the outside) has the most gorgeous views of the beach - literally you overlook the beach and the crashing waves - very nice! All meals are buffet style, and you definitely won't starve! Some local dishes, lots of lovely fish, and always a good choice. Some more cold meats at lunchtime would be nice - the occasional cold sliced beef and salmon was lovely - but not often enough. Puddings tend to be of the cake/mixed fruit version and the ice-cream supply is sporadic, but when it appears, lovely! The grounds are very pretty and well-maintained - it looked like they had recently been doing a lot of work in the gardens, and this showed! A lovely large (albeit shallow at 3 foot 6 inches) lagoon pool with a (cold) jacuzzi was where we spend most of our days. Nice pool bar (note to hotel mgmt. - old broken sea shells are NOT decoration - so much more could be done here), and good supply of all kinds of drinks, soft, cocktail, beer and otherwise are provided. Can especially recommend the Pina Colada's! Stay clear of the white wine, but the red is great - and this is personal choice! Staff do what is needed, some are great - especially the (mainly) ladies in the restaurant, and Bert Grimshaw and Geoffrey in the bar. Although all staff do provide a service, sometimes you feel that their hearts aren't really in it! Timothy is great and friendly, and if well trained his attitude is what will make an asset. Beach and sea are (as always in this part of the world) incredible! One of the nicest beaches on the island! Added entertainment is provided by the fisherman landing their catch on the beach. Birdlife is great - brown pelicans, Frigate birds and seagulls. Just a couple of "complaints" - the wi-fi is not really worthy of the name - very slow and intermittent! Do not expect anything faster than 0.2MB upload and download speeds! And my only real pet peeve - the sunbeds! Whoever bought these should be ashamed - they are incredibly uncomfortable! I can understand that they are low maintenance, but when you look at the average age of the clientele at the hotel - sunbeds with mattresses are essential! But that is really the only major down for the Turtle Beach - we were all inclusive - as I think are most of the people who stay there, and got excellent value for money - an amazing suntan, and have come back well relaxed! Thanks to all at the hotel!

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