‘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.
In Our Opinion
‘Fairmont Royal Pavilion is famous for its traditional afternoon tea. Served at Taboras Restaurant, it includes scones, pastries and cakes served in a tropical setting.’
Located poolside, Taboras is a casual open-air restaurant that serves dishes from around the world. Open for lunch and dinner.
Built along the beach the Palm Terrace serves a Caribbean style menu alongside a sea view. Open for breakfast and dinner.
In-Room dining and wine menu. Breakfast, all day, dinner and late-night menus.
*All non-motorised water sports
Fairmont Royal Pavilion welcomes families and offers the following to ensure they have an enjoyable stay:
The Fairmont Royal Pavilion is just 20 minutes drive from the capital, Bridgetown and Grantley Adams International Airport is 18 miles.