This small hotel overlooks the bustling 106-slip Village Cay Marina, and that’s often reason enough for many people sailing through to stay here. Another is price: The one- and two-bedroom suites are nothing fancy but good value, each outfitted with gleaming wood-plank floors and colorful tropical linens; bathrooms are on the small side (some say cramped). Request one of the newly refurbished rooms, especially those with patios overlooking the harbor—that’s good value plus. The hotel has a nice big pool as well as a buzzing restaurant, Dockside Bar & Grille, that serves Caribbean and continental classics and jumps to live music every Wednesday and Saturday nights. Dockmasters’ Deli serves New York–style sandwiches and other tasty takeout fare, catnip to passing boaters. Just a 5-minute walk away are the shops of Wickham’s Cay I and ferry service to other islands.