Things to See and Do While Staying at Duke's Guest House

Some visitors plan to spend all their time in the water or trekking the land, but this isn't necessary in order to have a fun-filled time on Trinidad and Tobago. Thus, though Duke's Guest House doesn't offer the most impressive array of recreational activities, it might nevertheless provide exactly the type of atmosphere you're hoping to find.

Golf

Though Duke's Guest House does not have a golf course, you can always ask the property's staff about trying to arrange a tee time nearby. Nearby golf courses are Millennium Lakes Golf & Country Club, St. Andrews Golf Club, and Chaguaramas Golf Club. All of them are within traveling distance, and the most proximate of the collection, St. Andrews Golf Club, is readily within cab distance, so call the local taxi service and head over for a few rounds of golfing. It has a total of 18 holes. It's a total of 6809 yards long, and is a par 72. For golfers who want to learn more, the course can be reached at (868) 629-0066 ext. 26.

Family Activities

Though Duke's Guest House welcomes those traveling with children, know that this accommodation option doesn't provide many amenities that are specifically targeted at families. To view nearby choices that offer more amenities of this type, check out accommodations which are top-rated for family vacations.

Entertainment and Nightlife

If you have a taste for the hottest after-hours hangouts and unlimited live shows, this probably isn't the ideal property for you. The hotel doesn't host many after-dark activities.

In fact, there is not a nightclub, or even a bar at this hotel, so guests here won't be kept awake by a noisy dance floor.

If you want to enjoy some of the same glitz and glamor you'd associate with Las Vegas, you can visit the nearest casino, Club Play 2 Win. You can find Club Play 2 Win just a short distance away from this accommodation.

Other

In addition to the recreation available on the property, guests who want to do some exploring shouldn't ever find a shortage of interesting things to see and do on Trinidad. From a lazy afternoon spent basking in the sun, to a few hours exploring a local market, how you spend your days on Trinidad and Tobago is up to you. Check out these links for information with regard to shopping, snorkeling, diving, fishing, sightseeing, and other activities you might enjoy.

 

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