The hotel is situated on the beautiful, sandy, Rockley beach on Barbados’ south coast. Just 20 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from Bridgetown, the hotel offers the perfect combination of fun and relaxation. With rooms offering ocean views, complimentary wifi on site and a host of excellent dining options, Accra Beach has everything you need for the perfect Barbados getaway.
The Hotel is located in the centre of Barbados’ beautiful and lively south coast. A peaceful jewel so near to everything – the ocean, nightlife, restaurants, shopping, boutiques and supermarkets are all just a few minutes away. A tropical garden with fruit trees and friendly, courteous staff help to enhance the relaxing and welcoming atmosphere of the apartments.
Hidden from the main road and boasting a beautiful, central swimming pool, this hotel offers a peaceful and relaxed environment. Offering a gym as well as a variety of shops, banks, restaurants and bars just minutes away the All Seasons has everything you need for the perfect stay. There is even a shopping plaza and dive shop in the adjacent Holetown.
Bask on a beautiful white sandy beach; and enjoy your choice of water and land diversions and gourmet dining options, while the young ones are fully entertained so that you can have the real break you need. With two restaurants and bars, five swimming pools, and a supervised kids’ club and resort spa, you can do as much or as little as you would like. It’s all included!
Offering a range of Caribbean and Indian home-cooked food at their open-air garden bar and restaurant, Angler Apartments is just moments from their private beach, perfect for sunset swims in the warm Caribbean sea. This is the place to experience the real Barbados, off the beaten track.
With everything you’d expect from a top resort, Bougainvillea Beach Resort has something for everyone from a beautiful pool, white sand beach, on-site tennis, kids clubs and a beachside restaurant serving mouth-watering local specialities.
Set within tropical gardens, this ocean-front hotel has 40 individually decorated, stylish suites all overlooking the ocean. The Camelot Restaurant is one of the best on the island, and a destination restaurant for locals in the know. Perfect for foodies and adventure seekers alike, there are countless water sports and activities on offer, including yoga classes, Spa treatments, swimming with turtles, cricket and golf plus great shopping at their chic boutique.
Coconut Court Beach Hotel has been owned by the Blades family for over forty years. This friendly Barbados property enjoys a stunning beachfront setting on an expansive white sandy beach. The hotel is ten minutes from the capital city, Bridgetown, and St. Lawrence Gap, and is close to the South Coast boardwalk, restaurants, duty free shopping, supermarkets and banks.
While the legendary history of the hotel has been carefully preserved through architecture, décor and landscape, you’ll enjoy every modern convenience. Take a dip in one of the four lagoon-style freshwater swimming pools, indulge with a pampering service at the beauty salon, take a stroll through the lush gardens, or try your hand at a variety of complimentary water sports.
The Crystal Cove boasts three lagoon-like swimming pools and two floodlit tennis courts. With a range of complimentary water sports and on-site activities, as well as preferred tee times at Royal Westmoreland Golf Course & Country Club and water taxi transportation to other Elegant West Coast properties, plenty of excitement awaits at Crystal Cove.
The lively St. Lawrence Gap – a unique area of shops, restaurants, and nightlife – runs through the Divi Southwinds, offering guests a range of activities on and off the beach. Over 130 spacious suites with fully-equipped kitchens and a host of amenities make the Divi Southwinds Beach Resort a perfect choice for a family vacation or a special island holiday.
Dover Beach Hotel consists of three blocks, located along the beach or set amidst the colourful and scented tropical gardens. The property is close to the St. Lawrence Gap, famous for its lively nightlife, duty-free shopping, variety of bars and restaurants and wide range of activities. It is an ideal holiday location for an affordable and fun-filled Caribbean Vacation!
The Platinum Coast is one of the most beautiful places in Barbados and The Fairmont Royal Pavilion is one of the island’s most exclusive resorts. The resort’s elegant and inviting architecture features several paths, ideal for a relaxing stroll, that will unveil magnificent gardens with endemic trees and flowers, a freshwater pool, outdoor tennis courts and the beach, not to forget the resort’s restaurants, both located beachfront.
Spacious apartments that include full kitchens and a dining area, with balconies overlooking the pool and gardens. Guests have use of Saffa’s Restaurant & Bar, offering casual cuisine located at sister property Travellers Palm, a short walk away. Value for money, friendly staff and an excellent location make for an unforgettable holiday at a resort that’s full of character.
Palm Garden Hotel is a five-minute walk from Worthing beach, one of the best swimming areas in Barbados. Relax in the sun, swim, snorkel on the coral reef, dive, windsurf or sail. Water sports packages, catamaran cruises, golf, tennis, car rentals and sightseeing tours can all be arranged for you by the guest services representatives.
The all-new Sandals resort is couples paradise. Arranged over three pretty villages, it boasts fine dining at 11 restaurants, including Sandal’s first foray into fine Indian Cuisine. Each suite has ocean views, many have butler service and where else can you swim through the sparkling turquoise waters of Barbados’ largest lagoon pool to your very own suite? By day, there’s land and watersports on tap and a brand new Spa to revive and rejuvenate. By night, relax to the chilled calypso beat at one of their buzzing bars, and plan your next fabulous day filled with sun and surf.
This restored 19th century Plantation House once predominantly featured brick construction and elegant cast-iron balconies. In June 2011, The World Heritage Committee put a Heritage Stamp on the Historic Bridgetown and the Garrison areas. Forget everything you’ve ever known or experienced about all-inclusive hotels, Savannah is distinctly different. It is an all-inclusive hotel with style!
South Gap Hotel is situated in the heart of St. Lawrence Gap – the premier spot on the island for nightlife and entertainment and is only a short drive from the airport and the island’s capital, Bridgetown. You will find the stunning Dover Beach to the east and the St. Lawrence Bay to the west.
From the moment you arrive, you will realize this is no ordinary hotel. Seamlessly combining Mediterranean architecture and lush Barbados tropical beauty, Sugar Cane Club offers you a completely unique Caribbean holiday experience.
At Tamarind, you can take a dip in one of the three on-site pools, or try your hand at a variety of complimentary motorised water sports. Dine at the new open-air dining venues, and the kids can enjoy unforgettable adventures with the Flying Fish Kids Club and in Club Tamarind teen lounge.
Located on Barbados’ west coast, The Club offers terrific rooms, including oceanfront suites, a luxurious spa and salon, freshwater swimming pools, all-inclusive dining and drinks, water sports, entertainment, and warm hospitality. Enjoy the best of Barbados, with excellent dining, shopping, beaches, tours and excursions just minutes away.
At the Crane you will find six swimming pools, four restaurants offering fantastic dining options and 55,000 square feet of retail shopping in the Crane Village. Ideally designed for those persons seeking spectacular natural beauty, romantic seclusion, complete tranquillity and superb accommodation The Crane is a fantastic holiday option with a wide range of facilities.
At The House you can pamper yourself with a revival massage in a beach cabana, enjoy complimentary afternoon tea and evening canapés, and in the evening stroll to Daphne’s Restaurant to dine on gourmet fare. You can take a water taxi to other Elegant Hotels West Coast properties, visit the upscale Lime Grove Shopping Centre or take advantage of some of the many on-site activities.
This stylish 24 room hotel offers the best 4* all inclusive value on the island. A sophisticated boutique hotel giving a Miami Beach vibe, set on the Boardwalk by Hastings Beach. The beautifully appointed rooms offer a view of the Caribbean Sea with St Lawrence Gap a short distance away.
Affordable, comfortable, clean accommodations, it’s open late and within walking distance to the nightlife entertainment. It sits a mere 10 steps away from the warm, shimmering ocean at Dover Beach, making it ideal for swimming and safe for children and recreational swimmers. One can also find small to medium sized waves that are lively enough to please visiting water sports enthusiasts.
Apartments include full kitchens, living/dining areas, air-conditioned bedrooms and balconies overlooking the pool and gardens. The apartments can accommodate families of four, and are an excellent choice for friends or couples. Saffa’s Restaurant & Bar offers casual cuisine and meal plan options.
Turtle Beach offers a family-friendly atmosphere with 161 junior and one-bedroom suites. Play a match of tennis on one of the lit courts, soak up some sun with an afternoon of water activities and discover the nightlife within walking distance at St. Lawrence Gap. You can also enjoy dining at one of the three restaurants and bars, surrounded by tropical gardens.
Worthing Court Apt Hotel offers you comfortable accommodation, friendly service and genuine island warmth. Located only a short walk away from many restaurants, shops, banks, sporting facilities, supermarkets, bars and night clubs, the hotel consists of 37 self-catering units where you can relax and enjoy a refreshing beverage from the bar located in the newly renovated swimming pool area.
The Yellow Bird Hotel is across the road from a beautiful bay where the waters are exceptionally shallow at low tide – enabling you to safely walk miles into the ocean. There’s a lovely restaurant on-site or you can head round the corner to the centre of St. Lawrence Gap for some lively nightlife.
Imagine yourself in a real submarine, with view ports all around, fully submerged in the aquamarine Caribbean Sea. Explore the coral reef in air-conditioned comfort, as curious, exotic fish peek in and sea fans sway. Visit a shipwreck at 130 feet below sea level and create safe, fun unforgettable memories.
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Black Pearl Party Cruises is high-energy fun from the moment you set sail. Whether you are a first timer or a veteran ‘Pirate partier’, be prepared to experience the best Pirate Party Cruise ever! Take part in one of the many scheduled cruises and enjoy the fun, sun and the captain’s special blend of Barbados rum punch.
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With over 28 years of experience in the Barbados “Rent A Car” business Coconut Car Rentals offer a friendly, professional and reliable service.
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Celebrating every sort of motoring on two wheels or four, from classic cars to bangers, stunt bikes to speed racing as well as festival village and family fun. Don’t miss Lewis Hamilton hitting the track in his F1 car.
Play on the finely groomed greens of Sandy Lane, Royal Westmoreland, Barbados Golf Club and the stunning Apes Hill at this prestigious four day tournament set up by cricketing superstar Sir Garry Sobers, on of 10 National Heroes of Barbados.
Reggae fans flock from all over the world for this legendary four-event which takes in the best of reggae from all sides – there’s Reggae on the Beach, Vintage Reggae, Bajan Reggae night and Reggae on the Hill. It’s been running for 12 years and outside Jamaica, it’s the biggest reggae festival in the world.
This event attracts competitors from as far afield as Australia, Canada, Japan, Kenya, South Africa and the United States, as well as mainland Europe. A key player in the country’s sports-tourism product, the event contributes nearly Bds $4 million to the island’s economy each year.
Barbados Gospelfest was established in 1993. Over the years the list of international and regional artists has been impressive. Leading Gospel artists such as Donnie McClurkin, Kirk Franklin, Alvin Slaughter, Tramaine Hawkins, Candi Staton, Harrella Goodwin, the late Ras Shorty I of Trinidad & Tobago, Richard Smallwood & Vision, Keith Staten, and Shine the Light have all left their imprint on the festival.
Enjoy the sweet strains of calypso and reggae music coming from the sidewalk stalls. Dancing to all that music builds up an appetite, so head for the food and drinks stalls and enjoy traditional Bajan fare such as fish cakes, fried fish and pudding and souse, all washed down with a cool Banks Beer. The fish boning competition is a huge attraction for both locals and visitors and don’t miss the greasy-pole competition!
Celebrating its 20th event in 2016, the Barbados Masters Football tournament started small in 1995 with teams from Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago. It now attracts masters teams from all over the world who come for a truly Caribbean experience while competing to win the coveted trophy.
Part of the fastgrowing Crossfit movement, Island Fit Games is a gruelling test for the fittest and strongest. From hill sprints to ocean swims, it’s the ultimate endurance test and thrilling to watch.
Sun , Sea and Slams is a five days Bridge Tournament of friendly but keenly contested Bridge which will be held at the Barbados Beach Club.
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