This family-run hotel counts a beachfront location and a friendly atmosphere among its top draws.
It’s the location that’s Coconut Court’s standout feature. The property clings to the beach, so you’ve got flour-white sands and bath-warm waters just footsteps away. You’ve also got a World Heritage Site on your doorstep. As well as bright bedrooms decorated in tropical colours, you’ll find a sea-view swimming pool, a couple of restaurants, and a bar down on the sand.
TripAdvisor reviewers really rate this Bridgetown hotel – it’s on a white-as-snow beach, and comes with a suntrap pool and restaurants serving tasty local food.
A long, sandy beach fronts the Radisson Aquatica. Sunloungers line the talc-white sands, which are washed by waters made for snorkelling. And there’s a pool just above the beach. The hotel follows the island’s signature rainbow-bright style. From the outside, it’s all sunshine yellow and sea blue. Indoors, meanwhile, lime green feature walls are offset by orange soft furnishings.
Don’t be surprised if you spot a celeb near this adults-only hotel on Barbados’ fancy west coast.
Rooms at this adults-only, low-rise hotel all overlook the gardens, pool or sea. It feels secluded, yet you’re a 10-minute walk to Holetown, with its craft shops and beachfront restaurants. The hotel has its own compact beach and sunbathing deck, or you can pop next door to Simon Cowell’s favourite spot, Sandy Lane.
Crystal Cove teams a beachfront location with three grotto-inspired pools – complete with rock formations, waterfalls and a swim-up bar.
Crystal Cove is set in eight acres of tropical gardens on Barbados’ west coast, overlooking a white-sand beach. It’s got a peaceful feel, but is less than a 10-minute drive from Bridgetown, the island’s capital. Tiered swimming pools wind through the grounds, accessorised with a bar hidden behind a waterfall. There’s a couple of restaurants, too, and activities like cookery classes and cocktail making.
The Mango Bay goes for the small but sweet approach – it’s got a cosy beach restaurant, a laid-back pool, and an activity line-up that includes glass-bottom boat trips.
The Mango Bay goes above and beyond – the pool has a tropical garden setting and the beachfront restaurant sets out tables for 2 right by the surf. A petite spa is the cherry on top. This place has a prime spot right on a sandy beach, so sea views come with the territory. Lookouts include the pretty flower-fringed sun terrace.
A beach postcode, contemporary interiors and a peaceful spa area, the Waves Hotel and Spa has all the makings of a relaxing retreat.
This place sits right on the edge of a white-sand beach. Rows of palm trees give the beach a private feel, and the gentle waves are perfect for paddling. Plus, it’s just a 10-minute cab ride away from Bridgetown.
The property had a makeover for winter 2016, so you can expect a sleek and modern finish. Rooms boast little extras, like big flat-screen TVs, yoga mats and Bluetooth speakers.
With its beachfront setting, attentive staff and tropical grounds, the Ocean Two is a luxurious place to escape to.
The Ocean Two hotel is set on a beach that’s freckled with coconut palms and washed by the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Wade out into the shallows and you’ll find a coral reef teeming with sea life. Bedrooms and suites are stylish and contemporary, and feature luxe touches like rain showers and fluffy robes. Elsewhere, you’ve got a pool and restaurant, plus an 8th-floor roof terrace with views over Oistins Bay.
The Southern Palms is a pink-painted retreat on a beautiful white-sand beach. You’ve got easy access to St Lawrence’s best bits, too.
The Southern Palms is a candy-pink, colonial-style hotel. It’s tucked among palms and lawns on the outskirts of St Lawrence Gap, just a few minutes’ walk from the nearest wine bars and restaurants. The hotel is fronted by a belt of powdery white sand, and looks out over the Caribbean Sea.
This hotel has all the hallmarks of a Caribbean retreat – a peaceful beachfront spot, private palm gardens and luxury rooms. Yet it’s just minutes from lively St Lawrence Gap.
This peaceful place is parked right on a beach. Palm gardens shelter a pair of pools, while the white sands showcase an in-house watersports centre and a sea-view restaurant. Location isn’t the only thing that scores gold here – it’s got a rosta of off-the-wall activities like mixology lessons and boogie-boarding.
It’s all about the beaches and pools at this newly renovated small-scale hotel.
This Colonial-style hotel nabs a quiet beachfront spot on the island’s south coast. You’ve got 2 sandy beaches to choose from here – a secluded one and a lively one with watersports. Oistins, famous for its fish fry, and the bright lights of St Lawrence Gap, are both a 5-minute drive away.
This award-winning hotel is just footsteps from one of the best beaches in Barbados.
The Accra Beach Hotel & Spa is set on Rockley Beach, a ribbon of soft sand that TripAdvisor users refer to as one of the best in the world. There are a couple of pools and three restaurants, as well as regular live music and cocktail parties. Plus, you’re just a few minutes’ walk from Hastings when you fancy getting out and about.
It’s the setting people like about this hotel – great views and a peaceful atmosphere come as standard.
The views always impress here. The hotel is in a wide bay, next to pebbly Albatros Beach. So from most rooms you can see cobalt water, a scattering of islands, and Dubrovnik in the distance. Cavtat’s postcard-worthy old town is about a 15-minute walk. And on the days you’re staying put, there are indoor and outdoor pools, plenty of sports and a couple of great places to eat.
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