We started our British Virgin Islands two week vacation by staying at the Leverick Bay Resort. Travelling as two couples we each had a room. King size beds, balconies, the rooms are on the ridge overlooking Leverick Bay - a lovely setting. There are lots of activities on campus including a super market (only option for breakfast on site), a patio level restaurant, pool side bar and meal service, Jumbies beachside bar, live entertainment some nights (a Pirate show), classy restaurant on the second level, laundry service, spa and close to 100 mooring balls and full Marina service. Taxis always accessible. Ask for Keon - he's great. The beach is not great...but lots of great beaches to our on Virgin Gorda. Letica and Melissa at the front desk are very helpful and courteous.
We stayed on Boatyball 2 nights at Leverick. Happy hour was great and we enjoyed a quick dip in the pool! The resort provides laundry service, a spa, and a grocery store for everything we needed! The cute shop had beautiful gifts, and the restaurant had great appetizers.
I stayed here for 3 nights at the end of my trip to the BVI. There aren't many places to stay since Irma destroyed much of the island. Leticia was great when I emailed about staying there. I was excited to stay there, but was a bit disappointed when I arrived. I took the ferry over from Tortola and thought LBR was going to pick me up, but I had to take a taxi (unexpected expense), then the front desk staff weren't the friendliest, and the room had bugs (none in the bed thankfully!). What did I like? The room I was in had a great view of the marina and sunsets, a balcony, beach bar/resturants, little grocery store, pool and lounge chairs on the "beach", and evening entertainment. The front desk staff did help me rent a car for part of my stay, which was super helpful!
Out of all the marinas/resorts we visited on a 7 day trip, this was our group's least favorite. We stayed overnight in a marina slip. There were so many people smoking pot on the end of the dock we felt uncomfortable leaving our kids/teenagers on the boats. The shore power didn't work for 2 of our boats so we had to run the generator all night. The dock employees were not very helpful and seemed annoyed by any request--like power. The showers, laundry, pool and bar area were rundown, and poorly maintained. The view is pretty if you ride up to the top of the area, but its just as pretty at many other places with better facilities. It was our first stay at Leverick which had been described to us a very family friendly; nothing could be further from the truth. If you are there to party and don't care what the facilities are like you might like it. If you like water, power, clean showers, and friendly service--this is not your spot.
We were 4 couples in town for the poker run. We stayed in a 4br villa with a beautiful view. The bedrooms are air conditioned but the main house was not. The place was well stocked (kitchen has everything ) and the beds were very comfortable. The ride in our Mini Safari was scary - but my husband got good at driving the hills quickly - we left driving at night to taxi drivers. $7 per person each way was common rate to go 10 miles. The maids restocked our bath and pool towels daily except Sunday. They had soap and hair dryers but no frills like conditioner. We all enjoyed our stay and look forward to returning!
One guy in our group stayed in the hotel near the bottom of the hill - he said it was older with a small tv and no morning sun blockage - but the bed was perfect! And the air worked- he was happy!