Built in 1970, Settlers' Beach consists of 23 rooms arranged in a crescent shape, all facing a waterfront bar and restaurant. The hotel rooms are distributed throughout four acres of lush, tropical gardens. Narrow, winding paths snake past beautiful, flowering plants and the low-rise buildings that make up the bungalows and units of Settlers' Beach. Nestled in the gardens, only a few steps from the waterfront restaurant is a large swimming pool, surrounded by wooden sun loungers draped in striped green mattresses. The pool and its spacious deck are shielded by the verdure for privacy, almost hidden away.
At the water's edge is the hotel restaurant, Spago, sister restaurant to Spago Holetown. An adjacent TV room is darkish but cosy, with a large television and a computer corner. It may eventually be transformed into a small fitness centre but for the moment, the hotel offers a free shuttle service to a nearby gym. While Settlers' Beach may not boast a wide range of leisure facilities, there is something very peaceful and private about it, a feeling of seclusion that keeps guests coming back time and time again.