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This place sucks!!!!!

Bad staff for one, electrical nightmare for two, and tried to charge me more then the reservation... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2017
Glenn D
Citrus Heights, California
Nice hotel

Spent two nights before charter, staff was great, food good, nice Pool, close to shopping. Rooms... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2016
Chocowinity, North Carolina
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The most intact historic ruin on Tortola was built by the Dutch in the early 17th century to safeguard Road Harbour. It sits on a hill at the western edge of Road Town and is now the site of a small hotel and restaurant. The foundations and magazine remain, and the structure offers a commanding view of the harbor. COST: Free. Daily dawn-dusk.
  • Excellent8%
  • Very good41%
  • Average21%
  • Poor13%
  • Terrible17%
6 May 2017
“This place sucks!!!!!”
30 May 2016
“Nice hotel”
Waterfront Drive, Road Town, Tortola
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Reviewed 6 May 2017

Bad staff for one, electrical nightmare for two, and tried to charge me more then the reservation amount quoted. Never will i waste my time with hotel again

Thank Glenn D
Reviewed 30 May 2016

Spent two nights before charter, staff was great, food good, nice Pool, close to shopping. Rooms clean. (Short on water pressure)

Thank baldeswi
Reviewed 28 May 2016

I live on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, and run an annual sailboat charter flotilla with Conch Charters in Road Town. The night before we sail, we all stay at Fort Burt Hotel. This year, we had 26 people the night before the charter, and...More

Thank stjohnpatriot
Reviewed 26 May 2016

The fort burt hotel structure has numerous falling and trip hazards and should be visited if you have kids. Railings are loose, too low or too high in hallways and room areas.

Thank JBsurvey
Reviewed 25 April 2016

We spent one night as guests of the Fort Burt Hotel, at the end of our bareboat charter. The hotel suited our needs and was unremarkable. Dinner was another thing, as we were very pleasantly surprised at the quality of the food and our server...More

Thank Christine M
Reviewed 20 April 2016

The hotel could be lovely. It is terraced into a steep hill with a beautiful view of the ocean and marina across the street. Our room was very plain, but it had all the basics. Don't expect luxury. There were some sand fleas which attacked...More

1  Thank 722carina
Reviewed 1 April 2016

Fort Burt was clean, comfortable, convenient and a value prior to our yacht charter out of TMM. When we got to the island, the humidity was oppressive, and the air conditioned room was a welcome sanctuary. The hotel was nice enough to hold the kitchen...More

Thank DinDetroit
Reviewed 26 February 2016

Perfect for an overnight stop if using either of the charter bases just outside the entrance. We arrived near midnight and were checked in by " Bert " who was also our barman for our travel de stress before retiring for the night. Excellent breakfast...More

Thank D4VYP
Reviewed 7 October 2015

Location was just what we needed. The hotel is pretty cool since its an old fort but it is long overdue for a renovation. Tile missing in bathroom, bedspread was old (which I never understand), no coffeemaker in room or coffee in lobby. That is...More

Thank chandler422
Reviewed 23 April 2015

At this point it's just the foundation and a few plaques and a cannon or two. If you are really into history its worth a walk but other than that its skipable.

1  Thank Joe T
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