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After many trips to the BVI's we had never been to Cooper Island. This is definitely a hidden gem. There are moorings just outside of the marina and a dinghy dock. There's also a coffee shop, a boutique and a rum bar with a micro...More
Had a wonderful stay here on a mooring buoy. The beach is beautiful, seas mild and good for children. Cistern Point is excellent snorkeling. We had the best ice cream of our trip here. Dinner was good, some meals excellent, though not a lot of...More
Copper island is a great place to stop for an afternoon or a night. We took our dinghy to the rock and snorkeled, decent place to snorkel. It is protected. Beach had a lot is seaweed this time, but has chairs and shade. Restaurant is...More
This was our fourth sailing trip to the BVIs. All our guests were sailing virgins. All loved mooring here, experiencing the happy hour with an amazing rum collection and experienced friendly staff. Dinner was delicious and made even more special as we usually cook onboard....More
Cooper Island was a phenomenal island paradise. The only negative was my chosen traveling mate!
-Beautiful 6 acre island property
-Would recommend staying early time in the year due to no AC. The room had an overhead fan and a floor fan.
-Beautiful 4 post...More
There is a restaurant serving continental breakfast for hotel guests, plus lunch and dinner for hotel guests and visiting boaters. They also have a coffee/bakery/gelato shop and another bar separate from the restaurant. I... More
There is a restaurant serving continental breakfast for hotel guests, plus lunch and dinner for hotel guests and visiting boaters. They also have a coffee/bakery/gelato shop and another bar separate from the restaurant. I believe you can buy waters and snacks at the coffee place. There are refrigerators in the hotel rooms if you want to bring food or drinks to the island.