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Hampshire Hotel - Queen's Gardens Resort

Beautiful views across the Caribbean Sea
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating 5.0

Hotel impression

Queen’s Gardens Resort is on Troy Hill on the island of Saba in the Caribbean Netherlands. The small-scale resort has a brilliant view over the Caribbean Sea. The suites in Hampshire Hotel – Queen’s Gardens Resort have a flat screen TV, an iPod dock, a mini-bar and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Some suites have their own hot tub with a view of the ocean. The hotel has a fitness centre open 24 hours a day, a swimming pool with an outside bar and a fully-equipped spa. The restaurant serves local specialities.

Check-in: From 15:00 hours
Check-out: Until 12:00 hours

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Wi-Fi (free)
  • Terrace
  • Fitness facilities
  • Meeting rooms
  • Meeting rooms
  • Parking (free)
  • Pets allowed (only on request)
  • Room service
  • Laundry service
  • Family Room
  • Garden


from € 260,00 p.n.

Deluxe Suite

Queen bed | living room | shower | TV | minibar | WiFi

from € 325,00 p.n.

Superior Suite

Queen or king-size bed | Jacuzzi and shower | free WiFi

from € 385,00 p.n.

Royal Suite

Family room | king-size bed | single beds | Jaccuzi | free WiFi | ocean view

from € 450,00 p.n.

Queen's Suite

Family room | king-size bed | single beds | Jaccuzi | free WiFi | ocean view


SrLWestchester Westchester, New York, United States
"Wonderful Vacation, Wonderful Hotel"
A unique place. After reading the reviews here, we went over Christmas to New Year’s as a family of 12 in two of the suites and a regular room. The group aged 7 to 70. The hotel is tucked into the hillside, commanding a breathtaking view of the valley below, the surrounding hills and the blue sea. The hotel is arranged on levels, as are the rooms. Our well-travelled group all agreed the hotel was unlike any other place they had been. Just gorgeous. The rooms were comfortable and lovely, and their hot tubs were, as all reviewers mention, fantastic. The views from the rooms and their hot tubs are breathtaking. We spent days by the pool -- the hotel’s photos do not do it justice in terms of size or view. And, for cocktails, there is a cozy bar where Duco, the bartender, prepares all manner of cocktails but particularly various special gin drinks that are tasty and different (and he donates a dollar from each to conservation efforts). The scuba divers in the group loved the diving (which is convenient, being a five minute ride to the boat and the dive sites being only 10-15 minutes away). The dive shop – Sea Saba – works with the hotel and was a first-rate professional organization; much better than some other dive places we have gone to on other islands. The food was also first-rate – both at the hotel and in restaurants in the Windwardside village. But the most special praise belongs to the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff – Claire and her husband run a close and personal place. One night they suggested and prepared a special meal for us that they had set out for us by the bar. Any time anything was wanted, it was provided. Duco was a whirlwind of energy and his drinks (mentioned) above were great, while Tatijana, provided us personal and friendly service as our server, and also gave us an introduction to the island. We weren’t sure what to expect from Saba and were concerned that a lack of beaches might be a problem. But there was plenty to do. The island has wonderful hikes and one can arrange to scuba or snorkel off the scuba boat. A trip to Windwardside is enjoyable, as is a trip to the Busy Bee bakery – not to be missed. The hotel’s New Year’s party was also fabulous. We can’t say enough good things about Queen’s Garden and look forward to returning.
fancypants67 Northport, Maine, United States
"Best Place Ever"
Stayed here for 4 days in January, absolute bliss. This is one of the most beautiful hotels I've ever been to. The rooms are large and luxurious, they have everything you need, most have Jacuzzis, the towels are fluffy. All the modern convenience while still maintaining an "island" casualness. The food was world class. Caribbean cuisine with European sophistication. I had tuna sushi that was so fresh it melted in my mouth. I had Cod with sauce that was culinary magic. Then I had one of their signature dishes that involves a giant wheel of cheese, home made pasta, liquor and flames; all prepared table side. What fun! My bouche was amused!! Had a massage and facial in the spa, The accommodations achieved a beautiful balance between nature and structure, the view was inspiring! Stella, the masseur, worked out the kinks, freshened up the mug, and balanced the ch'i. The property itself is nestled into the side of a volcanic mountain, surrounded by rain forest. Vegetation, both natural and sculpted are woven throughout the dining, bar and pool areas, the effect is that of being in a tree house surrounded by jungle, well you know, meticulously manicured jungle with gorgeous lighting, and moss covered stone paths. The absolute best thing about this place is the service. The property is run/owned by Claire, her husband about a dozen or so others. There are only 12 rooms, this means that the service couldn't be more personal. By the end of the first day they knew my name, my preferred cocktail, the types of wine I like, how I like my eggs in the morning and what type of tea I drink. I hardly had to "ask" for a thing. My hats off to Timo, Duco, Natajanna, Clair and everyone else behind the scene; you really made my stay relaxing and personal. For anyone considering staying here, this place has all of the luxury and amenities of an upscale brand name hotel but is even better because of the personal service and attention to detail. We will be back. My only regret is that I can't give more than 5 stars. Oh and BTW considering the level of service and quality of the food its also a really great value, LOTS of bang for the buck.
jmlmlf Barrington, Illinois
"Great Retreat"
We enjoyed our two nights at the Hotel. Drinks by the pool were great - thank you. Interesting to talk to fellow travelers and hear their stories about the Island, scuba, and hiking. Claire helped us with our activities including a hike up Mt. Scenery and a tour of the island with George. Saba is a very unique place. Queen's Garden is beautifully perched on the "top" of the Bottom. The views looking down to the sea are breathtaking. Queen's has a nice pool and our room had a hot tub with great views. The food was very good - especially the Saba Lobster. If we had more time, we would have gone scuba diving (though conditions were not ideal when we were there because of strong northern seas) and done more hiking and exploring more restaurants in Windwardside.
dina4630 Bonita Springs, Florida
"Off The Grid"
Serene, peaceful, relaxing, minimal contact with outside world...I loved the challenge to just "chill". Unless you are a hiker or scuba diver, the island of Saba has little to offer except solitude... The resort was wonderful...tiered into the mountain, staff is absolutely wonderfully accommodating. Rooms are clean and bright. We did not have a view- don't take room 5 if possible, the sleeping area is tight to maneuver around, but doable. No A/C but not needed in December- no mosquitoes
MaineCliffDweller Northport, Maine
"Just left yesterday and we already miss it"
Once in a lifetime stay at Queen's Garden Resort. Some of the best and friendliest service I have ever encountered. Claire was an amazing host. The hotel is better than described here. The perfect place for a romantic, relaxing trip. The food in the restaurant is extremely good and they take their wine list very seriously. Amazing hikes and views forever. We loved the staff and has such a pleasant trip there. Not a lot of tourism, the way life used to be...quiet with very spotty Internet .....what a joy! One can choose to engage some of the other guests, or just smile politely and go off to your lounge chair to read. In 18 years of traveling together, my husband and I both choose Queens as one of the best places we have ever stayed together. Thank you Claire!!


Diving and snorkelling

The most popular place to dive is the Saba National Marine Park with more than 36 unique diving spots. Each diving spot has its own unique underwater world you can explore, from fairy-tale coral reefs and historic wrecks to volcanic lava flows. Alongside a variety of coral types such as fire coral, stone coral and brain coral you can encounter a huge array of fish types, including the dogfish, the tiger grouper and the parrot fish. For snorkellers, Well’s Bay is the place to be!


The virgin rainforest on Saba is breathtakingly beautiful. Take short or long walks through the Saba National Park, an area of some 43 hectares. Mount Scenery is the highest mountain in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The 887-metre mountain is one of the most significant sights. It’s certainly a bit of a climb! You can get to the top using 1064 steps, the Mount Scenery Trail.


Hampshire Hotel – Queen’s Gardens Resort is situated on a mountain, but is also a short distance from the bay, 3.4 km from Well’s Bay Beach and 4.1 km from the Saba Museum. Cove Bay Beach is 8.6 km away.

Hampshire Hotel – Queen’s Gardens Resort not only has a fully equipped spa, but also an outdoor swimming pool with a bar, a fitness facility, a restaurant, a lounge and a 24-hour business centre. There’s free Wi-Fi throughout the resort.

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