When booking a vacation, the first step is choosing the destination. Step two is choosing the resort and booking a room. When booking with the Coblentz Inn, the room you get is not the one you’re stuck with, because part of the inn's appeal is changing rooms.
"Because no two rooms are the same, guests change rooms,” said Smyke Sammy, the inn's general manager.
According to Sammy, the inn is categorized as a boutique hotel.
“It is small but [with] intimate decor," he said. "[We] have original pieces and paintings by local artists. [It] is based on a look.”
There are nine different looks to be exact: The Central, River Lime, The Oval, Savannah, Down the Islands, This Old House, Cocoa House, The Rum Shop and Government House.
Guests who stay at the inn come mainly from North America and Europe, but when Carnival hits- the island's major holiday- locals take over, because the inn is within walking distance of the main Carnival stage. Guests can venture out into the wildness beyond the walls of the inn, or stay inside and enjoy the style and intimacy the unique inn has to offer; either way, it's a trip guaranteed to please.