Cooper Island Beach Club
For yachters exploring the BVIs, Cooper Island Beach Club is a popular overnight stop. Thanks to its 30 mooring spots, fantastic on-site restaurant, and lively rum bar, the upper-middle-range hotel is a welcome respite for the seafaring crowds that flock to its shores. But Cooper Island is more than just a pit stop. Its 10 eco-luxe guest rooms and laid-back atmosphere attract honeymooning couples and families with young children. Even locals like to head to Cooper for secluded staycations. While there’s no pool, spa, or fitness center, guests give Cooper high marks for its beautiful beach and the diverse marine life that can be spotted just off its shores. Travelers looking for a similar hotel with more amenities and dining options might prefer Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina, though nightly rates are higher and it isn’t eco-friendly.
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