"Quiet...Very, very quiet!"
Overall, this was a nice place to stay. We drove all over the island and this was the nicest places we ran across; not to say there are not other nice places on the island, but Rosalie Bay definitely stands out. I was told we went in the off season, so there was hardly anyone staying in the resort, which was a blessing and a curse, (see below). The day before we left, the resort started to get busy and was filling up. If you plan on doing a lot of sight seeing, this is an awesome place to stage out of, due to the close proximity of the sites; however, if there a few sites that are closer to Roseau. If you are going there for strictly diving, snorkeling, whale watching, then I would recommend staying on the Caribbean side, as the drive back and forth can become very tiring after a long day, and diver should keep in mind their altitude restrictions when crossing back over the mountains to the Atlantic side. Though the island is not wide, the road infrastructure is difficult to navigate and was challenging for even an experienced driver such as myself. Due to the mountains, the roads are very narrow, winding with lots of switch-backs, steep up/downs, pot holes, blind curves, and there is little to no signage, lines, lighting, guard rails, plus it rains a lot throughout the day, which can make the roads slick and visibility poor. Local drivers are maniacs on the road, so you have to adopt their bad habits and driving style, or you could be blown off the road.
Traveller from Tampa, FL