Cinnamon Spice n All Things Nice
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Description from the manager
Located just above the Leverick Bay Resort and Marina, Cinnamon, Spice, Ginger and Nutmeg offer spectacular views of North Sound, Mosquito Island and the Caribbean Sea beyond. Each suite has 2 air-conditioned bedrooms and bathrooms, one with king sized bed, and the other bedroom with two queen beds.
They have fully modern kitchens, spacious living areas, indoor and outdoor dining areas, BBQs and breezy wraparound terraces. In addition, there is cable TV, telephone, safe. The suites are just a few steps away from the resort's beach, fresh water swimming pool, restaurants, shopping, marina, tennis court, water activities and resort spa.
Cinnamon Spice n All Things Nice
Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
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Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$0||$1,428 - $2,737||$0||-|
|1 - 6 Guest/ 2 Bedrooms||-||$1,785 - $2,737||-||-|
|1- 2 Guest/ 1 Bedrooms||-||$1,428 - $2,737||-||-|
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AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 12, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Exactly what I expected
We just got back from a 10 day trip to Leverick Bay Resort. When reading this review, please keep in mind that July is off season. I'm sure the BVI is totally different during peak season.
Villa: Our villa, Cinnamon, was exactly what I expected. I rented it through Villas Caribe and they gave a very accurate description and photos of it. Overall, I liked the villa. The space was fine for 4 people the bedrooms were air conditioned, both rooms had a safe, and having 2 bathrooms was great. Bath towels were changed and the villa was cleaned daily (except Sunday). I don't really have any cons about the villa itself. Having been to the BVI before, the villa met my expectations. I guess my only real complaint, if I had to have one at all, would be that the villas and rooms are behind the resort, and so are the a/c units, fans, etc that run at the main part of the resort. The constant hum of the equipment prevented me from sleeping with the windows open. Then again, it was hot there at this time of year and the a/c was nice to have for sleeping.
Resort: The resort was ok. We took the ferry from Trellis Bay right to the dock at the resort. An employee was waiting for us at the office and drove us up to our villa. The drinks and food were a bit pricey. The grocery store on location was extremely overpriced. Not a good place to provision for your boat or villa. I also liked that there was a laundry facility there, even though I only used it once. The beach bar had these dancers on stilts on Friday night and it was very entertaining. Everyone was having fun. The pool was good. There was not much of a beach. We rented a dinghy one day at the resort and explored the North Sound which was also fun.
My words of advice for those staying an extended period of time: rent a car... You will not have enough to do at the resort. Taxi's are expensive. Cheaper to rent a car. We were able to explore the island and we found beautiful bays, head into Spanish Town and the Baths, and were able to come and go freely to Gun Creek to catch a free ferry over to Bitter End.
The North Sound is a bit quiet off season, but you can find things to do. Check out Saba Rock for Happy Hour or go to the Bitter End Yacht Club on Monday nights for a hopping pub with a DJ. Leverick Bay is fun on a Friday night. We loved Spring Bay, Savannah Bay, and the Baths. Also, the local people were very friendly.
On a parting note, I would highly recommend that people become realistic about what to expect in the BVI. It's the islands...'resorts' may not be what you have experienced in the states. So just keep that in mind when you go. Thats what makes the BVI so special. You really do escape reality for a while and quickly adjust to Island life!
I hope this review helps.