Best Affordable Beach Resorts

Skip Ad
D'Arcy Norman

There’s nothing like a little sand between your toes. These seaside resorts—all $250 or less per day—promise sun and the simple life.

$205: Long Bay ResortTortola

26 of 41

Guests hardly need to leave the 52-acre, plantation-style Long Bay Resort, which has two restaurants, a spa, three bars, and tennis, snorkeling, and diving, except for a day sail to the cave-filled Norman Island, the backdrop for the 1950 film Treasure Island. The 157 rooms here—some are rustic cabanas on stilts—have wicker furniture and views of the remote mile-long beach. At the on-site restaurant, housed in a centuries-old converted sugar mill, the catch of the day is grilled to perfection.

Best Affordable Beach Resorts

$205: Long Bay ResortTortola

Guests hardly need to leave the 52-acre, plantation-style Long Bay Resort, which has two restaurants, a spa, three bars, and tennis, snorkeling, and diving, except for a day sail to the cave-filled Norman Island, the backdrop for the 1950 film Treasure Island. The 157 rooms here—some are rustic cabanas on stilts—have wicker furniture and views of the remote mile-long beach. At the on-site restaurant, housed in a centuries-old converted sugar mill, the catch of the day is grilled to perfection.

D'Arcy Norman [1] [1] http://www.flickr.com/photos/dnorman/3087109059
Sponsored Content
More from T+L
Advertisement