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Tropical Mansion Suites



Price Range Per Night:

$75 - 124
Beach: No
Pool: No
Golf Course: No
Casino: No
All Inclusive: No
Family Friendly: No
Internet Access: Yes

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A beautiful 18 room boutique hotel with stunning views of the sea.

When Tropical Mansion Suites opened in December 1999, it was a symbol of hope for the people of Montserrat as it signaled the regeneration of the tourism sector on the island. During the period 1995 to 1998, Montserrat was severely affected by the volcanic activity at the Soufriere Hills volcano, resulting in two thirds of the island been rendered an exclusion zone and destroying most of the hotels and places of accommodation in the southern part of the island. Despite the devastation of a portion of the island, Montserrat still remains one of the most beautiful gems on earth and the owners wanted to ensure that when persons visited the island they were able to experience our spectacular island and the wonderful charm of Montserrat in a safe, beautifully designed, comfortable and delightful place. Thus the idea for Tropical Mansion Suites was born.

The Galloway family designed and built the hotel and they, along with our friendly Caribbean staff will warmly greet you the moment you arrive.

Since its inception, Tropical Mansion Suites has been host to many notable guests including Prince Andrew the Duke of York, the Princess Royal Princess Ann, and various heads of state from the Caribbean.

Tropical Mansion Suites - Montserrat Hotels

Location: Montserrat

Hotel Type: Hotel and Resort

Contact Information:
Address: 404 Sweeny's Road, Montserrat, West Indies,

Phone 1: (664) 491-8767
Phone 2:
Toll Free:
Fax: (664) 491-8275

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