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.
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 a name like “Blue Horizon” many first-time-comers to this “Gem” on the popular south coast of Barbados, may expect to see a hotel the colour of the island’s brilliant blue skies.
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.
In a lovely beach and ocean front location, we are ideal for those looking for a full-service but self-catering property in a casual setting that is located near to the many activities and amenities Barbados has to offer. Walking distance to the famous Oistins Fish Fry and almost as close to the nightlife hub of St. Lawrence Gap. Many repeat guests come every year for our friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
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.
Set amidst twelve acres of beautifully landscaped gardens on the calm West Coast of Barbados, Coral Reef Club is the epitome of West Indian elegance. This family owned and run luxury resort renowned for its special ambiance and classic island style. A five star hotel, it is one of the finest in the Caribbean.
Escape from the hustle and bustle of a hectic lifestyle to Coral Sands Beach Resort where idyllic surroundings await you. Relax and renew yourself with the sound of the waves and the caress of tropical breezes. Enjoy fabulous Caribbean sunsets from your private balcony.
Cool off in the calm, turquoise sea, suitable for swimming year-round. Relax by the swimming pool and poolside bar next to our wooden boardwalk situated within tropical gardens.Escape from the hustle and bustle of a hectic lifestyle to Coral Sands Beach Resort where idyllic surroundings await you. Relax and renew yourself with the sound of the waves and the caress of tropical breezes. Enjoy fabulous Caribbean sunsets from your private balcony.
Cool off in the calm, turquoise sea, suitable for swimming year-round. Relax by the swimming pool and poolside bar next to our wooden boardwalk situated within tropical gardens.
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 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.
Come, relax in exquisitely-furnished luxurious accommodations with a Caribbean twist and postcard views of the ocean. Lounge on our white sandy beaches, enjoy catamaran adventures in our turquoise waters and indulge in rejuvenating spa treatments in the sanctuary of your own room. Be mesmerized by fresh island cuisine and cocktails at our incredible restaurants and pool-side bar or discover vibrant nightlife just a short stroll away in the renowned St. Lawrence Gap where you will be immersed in an authentic Bajan experience.
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.
Situated beside the white sand beaches and crystal clear waters of Needham’s Point, the Radisson Aquatica Resort Barbados welcomes you with breathtaking island views and exclusive Carlisle Bay access. With outdoor activities like swimming, snorkeling and paddleboarding just a few steps from our hotel, it’s easy to interact with the natural beauty of Barbados. Enjoy a leisurely stroll to nearby shops and beaches, or take a taxi to visit Bridgetown attractions like Pelican Craft Village and the George Washington House.
Rostrevor Hotel is a prime beachfront location in the vibrant St. Lawrence Gap on Barbados’ south coast. It is an ideal holiday location for a relaxing Caribbean vacation providing a true home away from home.
Welcome to the easy, breezy coast. Our cozy, self-catering studios and roomy suites feature kitchenettes, air conditioned bedrooms and free wifi. While we are away from the hustle and bustle, we are a mere 20 minutes from the West Coast and 40 minutes from the Grantley Adams International Airport. We are the perfect base to explore the many beautiful nearby attractions.
Discover the essence of island living at our Accra Beach hotel in beautiful Barbados. Located on the beautiful South Coast on the Caribbean Sea, our relaxing Barbados resort features residence inspired suites with contemporary decor and balconies overlooking idyllic island scenery. Enjoy fresh local cuisine at Swagg Bistro, lounge by the sparkling pool with a tropical drink or laze on the powdery white sands.
With the trade winds gently cooling the property and the beautiful white sandy beach upon which we are located, allowing for relaxation by the pool or under a palm tree on the beach making Southern Palms the perfect location. Southern Palms is located on the South Coast, in St. Lawrence Gap which has a wide selection of Restaurants, Night Life and Shops, all within easy walking distance from the Hotel.
Sugar Bay is located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Historic Garrison, only 15 minutes from the airport. This prime location is minutes from the capital, Bridgetown and a short walk from the South Coast Boardwalk. Sugar Bay is set on 5.5 acres of prime beachfront property with 150 meters of white, sandy beach and a tranquil ocean lagoon. Sugar Bay Beach is one of Barbados’ main turtle nesting beaches.
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.
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.
The Sandpiper is discreetly one of the most exclusive small hotels in the West Indies. The hotel is embraced by lush gardens filled with tropical flora, creating an atmosphere of ultimate privacy. The hotel is situated on a beautiful sandy beach gently lapped by turquoise waters and bordered by a tree shaded wooden deck.
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.
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.
Experience Barbados’ very first all-inclusive mind and wellness resort. South Beach inspired style, tranquil amenities and exceptional personal service nourish an extraordinary atmosphere of wellness and relaxation including a complimentary spa treatment* and much more.
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.
Atlantis Submarines offers truly unique, fun, family friendly, natural underwater (and over-water) Caribbean adventures. Our adventures are amongst the top things to do in Barbados!
Barbados Golf Club, located at Durants in the southern parish of Christ Church, has become the soul of golfing in Barbados for local players as well as hotel guests and visitors cruising through the Caribbean. The course was approved and sanctioned by the PGA European Tour to host a PGA Seniors Tournament in 2003 and it has also hosted the Barbados Open on several occasions.
Our Beach Extravaganza is the perfect place for Barbados dining, fusing a fantastic local BBQ with amazing cultural entertainment including the Fire Eater, Stilt Walker and Limbo Dancer. What better way to eat out in Barbados than to have the sand between your toes, the star lit skies above and a great show!
At the heart of Barbados lies one of its greatest wonders, Harrison’s Cave. Located in the central uplands of the island, this breathtakingly beautiful, crystallized limestone cavern is a testament to nature’s mastery. Flowing streams, deep pools of crystal clear water and towering columns characterize this living cave. Gaze in wonder at the white flow stones and in awe at the beauty of the speleothems which adorn the cave. Be sure to make Harrison’s Cave your first stop while in Barbados and Unearth the Adventure!
During your Barbados holiday, our unique jeep safari tours take you to all the coolest spots only accessible in our 4 x 4 vehicles, while our powerboat tours allow you to spend a fantastic day at sea. With exciting, off-the-beaten-track routes exposing you to the island’s most scenic locations, fun and outgoing guides, and specially designed jeeps to ensure your comfort, our range of safari experiences promise to be one of the highlights of your stay.
Come discover the historic origins of the brand. See the distillation, ageing and blending techniques that have been perfected over the 300 years of crafting Mount Gay Rum.
Sunbury Planatation House is over 300 years old, steeped in history, featuring mahogany antiques, old prints and a unique collection of horse-drawn carriages. This is the only great house, with all rooms
available for viewing.
When you step on board Tiami Catamaran Cruises in Barbados, you will be utterly pampered. Our bar is open all day and our chef has created a scrumptious array of mouthwatering dishes. Find your adventurous side as we drop anchor and you can snorkel with schools of fish, swim with friendly turtles, roam the beach or simply relax on the deck.
A vital festival fixture for the region at large.
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.
The Barbados Celtic Festival is a music festival celebrating the links between the Celtic Countries of Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Nova Scotia, the Gallic regions in Europe and the sunny Caribbean island of Barbados – folk music and flavours of food fused between all the countries.
Head chef, award winning Paul Wedgwood will cook up a storm, from Bajan haggis, made with local ingredients including the black belly sheep, to Caribbean cranachan, a west indian take on our Scottish version with cream, coconut, mango and rum replacing whisky, oats and raspberries, and loads more fine dining!
This music festival has enjoyed performances from FARA, Eddi Reader, Alan Kelly Gang, Peatbog Faeries, Sandra Macbeth, Martyn Graves, Hamish Moore, Jock the Box, Duncan Mackinnon, Big Rory and Ochie, Seudan, The Mackenzie Brothers, Jeana Leslie, Siobhan Miller, Heidi Talbot, John McCusker to name a few.
We are back for another festival on the last weekend in May 2017. Put the dates in your diaries!
The Barbados Rally Club (BRC), which will celebrate its 60th Anniversary next year, has announced the dates for next year’s edition of its premier event: Sol Rally Barbados 2017 will run from Friday to Sunday, June 2-4, with Scrutineering and Flow King of the Hill the previous weekend, May 27/28. On-line entries opened on October 1 and will remain open until early May 2017.
Sol Rally Barbados 2016 will run from Friday to Sunday, June 2-4, with Scrutineering and King of the Hill the previous weekend, May 27/28. As before, the organising team is focused on delivering the core values of a seriously competitive event, while maintaining the relaxed clubman-type atmosphere and delivering the level of hospitality that visiting crews and their families have come to enjoy, and which bring them back year after year.
The Finn World Masters has been sailed every year since 1970. The 2017 host venue has been awarded to Barbados Yacht Club, Bridgetown, Barbados. The class has been offered a very attractive package and this was considered a unique opportunity to stage the event in the Caribbean. The Finn is widely regarded as the toughest challenge in the world of dinghy sailing because to win at Olympics the sailors need to be a perfect athlete, extremely fit and strong to cope with the demand of sailing the boat, tactically astute on the water, and with an excellent technical knowledge of their equipment.
The care and conservation of natural resources and the environment are also important considerations. Every three years another member country undertakes the management of WAFA and produces an International Floral Art Seminar and an International Design Competition for floral artists. Barbados through the local national Flower Club BAFA INC ( Barbados Association of Floral Artists) will be hosting WAFA from July 2014-June 2017
This summer Barbados invites travelers to live like a local and experience the island’s lively Crop Over Festival, celebrating a 200 year-old tradition that honors the end of the sugar cane season. The six-week festival celebrates all that is Bajan with dusk till dawn parties, arts and crafts markets and a culinary-driven street fares.
Grand Kadooment Day celebrates the end of Crop Over, where Masquerade Bands make their way to Spring Garden highway with revelers dressed in sequin costumes decorated with colorful feathers, jewels and bright accents; dancing behind music trucks and moving bars. The finale of Crop Over’s events makes this the island’s most exciting day of the year. As you will hear Bajans say:”Crop Over it sweet fuh days!”
The 8th edition of the Barbados Food and Rum Festival will be held from November 16th – 19th and the lineup includes; the Thursday Festival Opening with the Oistins Bay Gardens Cook Off; The Signature Rum Event with food and rum pairings on Friday November 17th; the Saturday afternoon Polo Rum Spirits, and canapes; the Saturday fine dining events which pair international chefs with local top chefs; and the Sunday evening grand finale at the famous Hilton Beach where you are invited to put your feet in the sand at the Sunday Beach Party Cook-off and food sampling.
As you plan your Winter getaway think: “Run Barbados Marathon Weekend”. Runcation paradise! Forget the crowds of mega-marathons and prepare for small island charm, warm camaraderie and a run into the sea when you cross the finish. Look out for the “snow-cone vendors” and “tuk bands”, run to the sounds of “steel pan” music and enjoy the local brews and festive atmosphere “apres run”! When the running is over lose yourself in this awesome destination.
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