Resorts in Saba


Small, intimate and eco-friendly…far from the idea of resorts in the Caribbean, but perfect for Saba. On an island without beaches and where adventure sports are at their best, the resorts here are totally different as well. Many are family owned and offer great prices. Adventure and diving packages are very common but many resorts also offer honeymoon packages.

Tourist Season

Although not known as a beach destination, the tourist season in Saba is exactly the same as all over the Caribbean: high season between December and April. The rainy season ends in November, which happens to be the rainiest month of the year. But tourists come here all year round, as the weather is hot, but cooled down by the trade winds, while the hiking trails offer great opportunities to relax and explore a beautiful island, no matter what the season is.

Worth Trying

The Gate House

Perched on the top of a cliff, offering great views, a pool and the mountain right behind the resort, The Gate House is a great place to spend a relaxing vacation and even your honeymoon. The resort comprises three buildings: The Gate House, The Cottage and The Villas.

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The Gate House offers five double rooms with balcony and stunning views. During the high season the daily rate is US$135 for the double room and US$105 for the single room.

The Cottage is perfect for a couple looking for romantic escape. It comprises a bedroom, kitchenette, living room and patio and the rates are US$155 per night during the high season.

The Villa offers four bedrooms with ocean or garden view, kitchen, dining room, pool, patios, balconies and cable TV. For 4 persons or less the rate is US$325 per night, US$385 per night for 5/6 persons and US$445 per night for 7/8 persons.

Wedding packages are also available.

El Momo Cottages, Windwardside

Six wooden cottages, surrounded by tropical gardens, and offering some of the best sunsets of the Caribbean from October to March, a place to relax and enjoy the nature…this is the easiest way to define with small resort. At prices starting from US$42 per person per night, they can accommodate any traveler and any budget.

Ecolodge Rendez-Vous, Windwardside

A small, family owned eco resort surrounded by a tropical forest makes the perfect base for anyone who wants to explore the nature on this tiny island. The eco resort offers 11 comfortable, charming Saban-style cottages, with patios, hammocks and bathrooms. The cottages are scattered over the farmland offering both intimacy and a chance to relax. Dive packages are available and, in general, the average year round price is US$75 per night.