‘Exclusivity, Indulgence and Three Great Golf Courses’
Sandy Lane is located on the western, ‘platinum coast,’ of Barbados, on its own coral sand beach. The hotel’s rooms, suites and villas are scattered across separate exclusive wings, each offering a spacious outdoor living area with tropical garden surroundings or scenic sea views. The resort has its own world-renowned golf courses, one of which was crafted by architect Tom Fazio. There is a stunning swimming pool with cascading waterfall, a fun club for kids, a host of water sports and beach activities and incredible spa facilities voted number one in the Caribbean. Dining is enjoyed at one of four restaurants offering cuisine from across the world.
‘Exclusive Beachfront Living’
The colonial architecture of Fairmont Royal Pavilion blends with Bajan lifestyle and culture. There are just 72 guest rooms and suites which can be interconnected and reconfigured to provide holiday accommodation for all family and group sizes. The accommodation lies on the beach or in the gardens and all feature furnished balconies or terraces. There's no shortage of activities including kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, tennis or enjoying an in-room spa treatment. The tropical gardens are home to the outdoor freshwater pool and there is a fitness room overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Local Bajan and International cuisine is served at the resorts three bars and restaurants.
‘Unforgettable Memories for All’
Situated on the Platinum West Coast of Barbados, Colony Club by Elegant Hotels is perfect for both families and couples. Restored from a former colonial club, the resort sits within seven acres of tropical gardens overlooking the Caribbean Sea. The 96 guest rooms and suites have a private balcony or patio, with some opening out to the lagoon pool. The resort offers water sports and island excursions, tennis courts, freshwater swimming pools and spa facilities.
The hotel will be closed for renovations from the 8th April 2024 to the 15th December 2024.
‘Tree-top suites and unbeatable facilities’
Sister of the neighbouring Coral Reef Club, The Sandpiper Barbados is run by the friendly Capaldi family. It is located in tropical gardens of coconut palm bougainvillaea and hibiscus and leads onto the beach. There is a free transfer for guests to the Spa at Coral Reef, which takes a couple of minutes and there are a gym and tennis court on-site. The island features many great golf courses and water sports on the beach include Hobie cat sailing, snorkelling and paddle boarding.
'Lush tropical gardens and an incredible all-inclusive package'
Sea Breeze Beach House is an intimate all-inclusive resort set on 2.5 acres with over 1,000ft of pristine beach. The cool and contemporary suites and rooms, of which there are 122, are located within the tropical gardens or on the beachfront. The resort has three pools, adult-only Jacuzzis, a floating sun deck and a well-equipped gym - you can even enjoy spa services from the comfort of your room. Choose from two beaches depending on your room. On one a range of non-motorised watersports are available, as well as hobie cat sailing and beach-fit sessions. The other is the perfect spot for seclusion and relaxation. Families are welcomed with a comprehensive kids’ club and teens lounge, and for adults there are a number of rum, wine and mixology events to try. With six on-site dining options, including award-winning cuisines and casual beach dining, the all-inclusive starts from the moment you arrive. The hotel is also perfectly facilitated for romantic trips. Multiple bedroom suites make it the perfect setting for group weddings, and the adults-only area in front of West Beach is perfect for honeymooners. Couples can enjoy memory foam loungers, an exclusive pool, and hot tubs.
‘Prime location with stunning facilities’
Set in 12 acres of landscaped garden the family owned Coral Reef Club is situated on the West Coast of Barbados overlooking the beach and Caribbean Sea. Accommodation has a traditional elegance and cottages and rooms have patios and balconies overlooking the garden or sea. There are two pools, spa, gym and tennis courts and water sports on site include kayaking, snorkelling, paddle boarding, sailing and an onsite diving centre. The Restaurant offers a la carte dining and live music/entertainment.
‘Exclusive resort with just forty suites’
Cobblers Cove is situated in a quiet cove that leads straight to the ocean on the Platinum West coast of Barbados. There are just 40 suites overlooking the garden or with sea views, which accommodate couples and families. Activities include a range of water sports, tennis, an air-conditioned gym and privileged golf status at Apes Hill Club. The Sea Moon Spa offers holiday pampering from massage to facials. The restaurant serves island inspired dishes and the The Bar, situated in the Great House specialises in rums from Barbados and the quintessential Afternoon Tea. Cobbler’s Cove operates a ‘No under 12 year olds’ policy to retain character and calm of property.
‘Quaint, Luxurious All-Suite; Historic Style’
One of Little Good Harbour's stand-out features is the carefully restored 17th century fort which now houses the restaurant and bar as well as two luxury suites. In separate Caribbean-style guest cottages you will find further one and two bedroom suites whilst the Vineyard Suites offer villa-style accommodation. Life here is laid back and informal and you are invited to visit the sister hotel, The Atlantis, on the dramatic East Coast for a change of scene. Although there are no shortage of restaurants and bars within easy reach, the hotel’s own Fish Pot is regarded as one of the best; with your own kitchen you may like to experiment with fresh local ingredients or employ the services of a dedicated cook to enchant with tasty local dishes.
‘Rich-in-History Exclusive Hotel, Barbados Boutique’
Set on the western tip of Barbados in St. James, Lone Star offers an exclusive retreat with only four suites and penthouses and two deluxe rooms. The hotel has a rich history, and has been renovated in recent years to become the luxurious boutique hotel that it is today. Rooms are named after automobiles, and feature a terrace or patio with views of the tropical gardens and shimmering ocean. They are decorated in hues influenced by the sea. There is a beachfront restaurant where you can enjoy breakfast or savour classic Italian fare served throughout the day and into the evening. Days here may be spent relaxing on the beautiful beach, sampling cocktails in The Star Bar, or indulging in a spa treatment from the comfort of your room.