Like the communal areas, the 73 guest rooms at the Fort Young offer a full or partial view of the Caribbean Sea. Only 4 of the so-called 'Standard' rooms overlook the hotel side, with a view of the road and the municipal library. These latter are to be avoided, and are only offered by hotel as a last resort. The 'Fort Rooms' are the most common, and are located in the upper part of the hotel, on the same level as the ancient fort at the base of the ancient citadel. They afford a large balcony/terrace with an at least partial, and in most cases full, sea view. Inside, the decoration is not particularly exciting, but there is no lack of space or amenities. Wooden and rattan furniture, a few frames on the walls. The bathrooms are practical with their shower behind a curtain. Air-conditioning and a fan, a safe, a small television with cable channels, a hair-dryer... the only thing missing is Internet access!
The two other room categories, 'Oceanfront Rooms' and 'Deluxe Oceanfront Rooms', are located in the newer buildings, at the foot of the citadel. Guests staying in these rooms have a more than a 180° sea view. Very traditional and refined decor. Much larger and more modern than the Fort Rooms, these guest rooms are great for families, especially the Deluxe rooms which can accommodate up to two adults and two children.