Dominica accommodations range from quaint guesthouses in the middle of Roseau to fancier digs in the middle of nowhere. If you're thinking about staying outside of town, it's best to rent a car since there is no public transportation. Outside of town, you'll find jungle cottages and cabins in the heart of the Dominica wilderness. Writers and recent visitors especially recommend the Jungle Bay Resort & Spa, a collection of hardwood cabins that made National Geographic's "Must Stay" list.
- The government imposes a 10% tax on hotel rooms and a 5% tax on beverages and food, which will be added to your hotel bill. On top of that most hotels add a 10% service charge." -- Frommer's
- There are few upscale options in Dominica and absolutely no large resorts. Most accommodations are in small lodges and guesthouses, though there is one small and one mid-size hotel in Roseau." -- Fodor's
- Jungle Bay, at Dominica's southern tip, is truly a get-away-from-it-all place. The bungalows are on stilts, as if you're living in a tree house. When the resort opened in March of last year, few of the advertised facilities were working, but it now has a yoga center and an open-air spa." -- Condé Nast Traveler