Comfortable bedroom and balcony. Late check out was reasonable priced. The room was clean and the mini bar was stocked 1) Didn't have water in the old wing as soon as we arrived; that was fine as problems do happen but no one mentioned it on check in. 2) Reached for breakfast at 9:50 (breakfast finish at 10) and most of the buffet was finished and no one was accommodating so we left. 3) The entry cards to the entrance door stopped working a few times and the receptionist forgot to leave it out when we returned so a security guard had to give us access. 4) There was no duvet or comforter (staff didn't know what that was) available only an old worn out blanket which was even more uncomfortable than the single thin sheet on the bed. 5) The bathroom had no privacy as the entry door was a frosted glass shower door with no locks. 6) The price of everything (drinks and food) was exorbitant. 7) There was a big sports match I needed to see and the television didn't work. 8) The sea was dirty but that's not the hotels fault. 9) Most of the staff were unfriendly. 10) The hotel is fairly secluded from any other place so a car or taxi is a must.
My visit to Tobago was inviting ro say the least.My stay at the Bacolet Beach Club was very relaxing.I enjoy each day meeting the staff who was very nice.Anything I wanted they would do their best to accommodate me. I would definitely visit Bacolet Beach Club again sometime next year,the vibe was quite and relaxing.
we stayed here last minute after our other place had mold and there were very few openings. I would recommend everyone look elsewhere. Aside from a nice pool and a relatively i crowded beach, there is little else I liked about this outdated resort. The staff was incredibly rude - a few were lovely, but most were terrible. The room was dirty, our bathroom sink backed up from hair (not ours), the food was mediocre, the service slow. It felt like a 1970s hotel that hasn't been updated. Stay elsewhere.