Camelot Inn - King Arthur Restaurant: "Yes, it's the Food, But not just the Food!" Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Restaurant Tip by James63

In addition to the wonderful food at Young Island, the Camelot Inn in the capital city of Kingstown is well worth a special trip. The inn is located in the old French Governor's mansion and largely caters to business travelers - which is too bad because it is gorgeous, but has no beach and, well, location is everything. However, the upside is that, if you make dinner reservations for Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights, you'll practically have the place to yourself. The Camelot Inn is definitely worth one night away from the all-inclusive. (Also, it's a great hotel if you do not mind a ride to the beach or swimming in a swimming pool.)
The Camelot Inn's location is both its weakest point and its best asset. Because it is in Kingstown, SVG's capital, - actually it is in the hilltop suburb of Kingstown Park - it has no beach and is therefore not a good vacation spot. However, an evening's dinner looking down over the lights of Kingstown, or in the splendid dining room, is quite beautiful. In fact, I went to Camelot's for dinner two hours early just to watch the sunset. Quite beautiful, which is saying a lot because Kingstown itself - notwithstanding a handful of interesting buildings - is on the whole unremarkable.

Address: Kingstown Park, St. Vincent, SVG
Price Comparison: more expensive than average
othercontact: The best way to arrange dinner a
Price: US$31-40
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Review Helpfulness: 1.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Oct 29, 2002
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