Hotels in Barbados
The choice of accommodation in Barbados is as sublime as the island itself. There is a carefree luxury scene to immerse yourself, from larger resorts offering all you can imagine to smaller family run colonial houses where relaxation is key. Many offering wonderful childcare options so the whole family can enjoy a slice of paradise.
One of the finest hotels on the island, Sandy Lane stands up to its prestigious reputation, speak to the beach service team about your preferred beach location and they’ll set you up with sunbeds which are then yours for the week, also home to one of the best equipped spas that we have seen, bliss! Cobblers Cove optimises barefoot luxury at its best, swim out to the little platform just off the beach as this is a regular hang out for green turtles - you can borrow a snorkel and mask if you don't have one. Make your way over to the lounge area where a complimentary afternoon tea is served at 4pm each day. We can ensure you will enjoy a slice of luxury wherever you chose to stay.
Coral Reef Club
Coral Reef Club in Barbados is an elegant and established family-run, boutique hotel with beautiful spacious gardens, fresh guest rooms and a colonial architecture lending it a definitive West Indian style.
$1,400per person for 7 nights
Fairmont Royal Pavilion
The Fairmont Royal Pavilion is an elegant hotel set on the breathtakingly beautiful Platinum coast of Barbados and has a real sense of space surrounded by lush gardens. All rooms are ocean-facing and some offer amazing proximity to the beach and ocean.
$2,100per person for 7 nights
One of the most prestigious and luxurious resorts in Barbados, Sandy Lane is a romantic retreat for either couples or families who desire the finest vacation experience with the widest choice of leisure options.
St Peters Bay
St Peters Bay occupies a stretch of beach on the north west coast of Barbados, in between the small towns of Speightstown and Holetown. The resort offers a wonderful mix of spacious accommodation, fantastic watersports and a casual resort vibe.
Combining the charm and elegance of an English country house with the tropical beauty and character of Barbados, the family owned Cobblers Cove enjoys a stunning location between two sandy beaches and feels like a private home rather than a hotel.
The Colony Club is an established hotel with whitewashed buildings and a colonial ambience, set amongst spacious tropical gardens. Its charming service, friendly approach and beautiful beach make this an ideal vacation for couples and families.
$1,700per person for 7 nights
The House is an intimate, adult-only, boutique hotel, in a prime location on Barbados’ pristine Platinum Coast, just 30 minutes from Bridgetown. It is a tranquil retreat, with only 34 stylish and contemporary suites, making it perfect for couples.
$1,600per person for 7 nights
Little Good Harbour
Little Good Harbour is a small, family run, boutique hotel with beautiful suites and a small white sandy beach, just minutes north of Port St Charles, on the fashionable west coast of Barbados.
$1,200per person for 7 nights
A family owned luxury hotel with a typically warm Caribbean welcome, meticulous attention to detail and a fabulous beach location, The Sandpiper in Barbados is one of Scott Dunn's favorite hideaways.
$2,000per person for 7 nights