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Barbados doesn't really need an introduction, but for you we'll make an exception. This tropical Caribbean oasis is rich in beauty and history, and has a stack of thrifty things to do. From the sparkling waters and white sands to the beautiful places like Andromeda Gardens, this place has it all. Shoppers, don't pass up a visit to Cave Shepherd and the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre for the best duty-free gifts in town.

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Coconut Court Beach Hotel

3 stars
3.7 / 5 7 reviews
Bajan breezes, hot Caribbean sun and Coconut Court Beach Hotel are only a plane ride away. Get your bags packed, because the beach and Barbados are calling your name! Coconut Court Beach Hotel is located within the UNESCO World Heritage Site district of the Garrison Historic Area and is walking distance to the Barbados Museum, George Washington House, the National Armoury, and the Garrison Savannah Racetrack. The capital city of Bridgetown, St. Lawrence Gap, Harbour Lights nightclub, and Oistins Bay fishing town are a short drive away. Rockley Golf course is also close to the hotel. The South Coast boardwalk connects Coconut Court beach to Rockley beach with Lanterns Mall, shops, bars, and restaurants along the way. The hotel offers 112 studios and 5 self-catering apartments. All studios face the ocean and enjoy beautiful sea views from a private balcony or terrace. All guest rooms are air conditioned with free internet access, in-room safe, cable television, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, hairdryer, iron and board and ceiling fans. The Island View Apartments are fully self-catering with separate kitchen, lounge area, private balcony, and bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. Hotel facilities include 2 full service restaurant and bars with live entertainment and Manager's Cocktail Party weekly and daily happy hours, a lively beach bar serving lunches and cocktails, a fresh water swimming pool, a whirlpool, activities desk, currency exchange, 24 hour security and front desk service, taxi and island tour services. Coconut Court is a Travelife GOLD award winner for their environmental preservation efforts, and a 2012 and 2013 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence winner for consistent outstanding traveller reviews. The Blades family has owned and operated Coconut Court Beach Hotel since 1975 and their passion and commitment to customer service and hospitality excellence is evident in the welcoming, relaxed atmosphere of the hotel. Coconut Court truly offers simple charm and Bajan style!
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Little Good Harbour

4 stars
5.0 / 5 1 reviews
Boutique hotel captures the true spirit of Barbados This off-the-beaten-path gem caters to in-the-know travelers who look for casual sophistication with the privacy and amenities of a larger hotel. Little Good Harbour is well-known for personalized service and the beachfront Fish Pot restaurant. One of the last family-run oceanfront hotels on the fashionable Platinum Coast, Little Good Harbour is comprised of a cluster of cottages situated around lush gardens and two swimming pools. Water sports and historic attractions are nearby. Highlights Private, family-owned boutique hotelWell-regarded Fish Pot restaurant Suites feature kitchens and covered dining terraces Located in Shermans, a quiet fishing village LocationNot far from Little Good Harbour, St. Nicholas Abbey is a former sugar plantation house -- one of only three surviving Jacobean mansions in the Western Hemisphere. Stop by for a complimentary guided tour of the 350-year-old great house, and purchase a bottle of house-made rum on the way out. RoomsAll 121 villa suites are equipped with air conditioning in bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens, ceiling fans, hair-dryers, a stereo, cable television and DVD players. Each suite is distinctively styled -- from light and white to warm and traditional, with dark woods and poster beds. Choose from one- or two-bedroom garden cottages, or three-bedroom vineyard suites. A seaside fort houses the Fish Pot restaurant and two- and three-bedroom suites with amazing sea views. FeaturesLittle Good Harbour features two intimate pools, beach gazebos, fitness rooms and free parking. The Little Spa at Little Good Harbour offers a nice range of services such as an aromatherapy steam room, massages, facials and a salt scrub. DiningLittle Good Harbour stocks each suite with groceries prior to the arrival of guests -- but guests should not plan to eat in every day. The Fish Pot restaurant is situated in a converted stone fort and overlooks white sand beaches and Caribbean waters. Plan to visit the Fish Pot more than once -- the lunch menu alone includes curries, stir fries, entrees, pasta, salads and panini. For dinner, start with the cornmeal-fried calamari and move on to the grilled lobster or braised lamb shank. Room service is available. Transportation Grantley Adams International Airport (17 mi/27.4 km)Airport transfers available Attractions Heywoods Beach (0.6 mi/1 km)St. Nicholas Abbey (3.8 mi/6.1 km)Morgan Lewis Windmill (4.8 mi/7.7 km)Flower Forest (7.6 mi/12.2 km)Harrison's Cave (7.8 mi/12.6 km)
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Radisson Aquatica Resort Barbados

4 stars
4.2 / 5 10 reviews
Newly rebuilt beachfront Hotel set on Carlisle Bay featuring panoramic views of the turquoise waters of Barbados. With 124 new renovated rooms and suites including two Executive Floors, the new South Beach styled rooms offer 42" flat screen TV"s, complimentary wifi, leisure chair with ottoman, work desk with ergonomic chair and expanded TV channels. Oceanfront pool and lounge chairs plus beach chairs and umbrellas makes this an ideal setting for singles, couples or families. Located on the ocean on Carlisle Bay in Barbados, best known for the paddleboarding in this region due to the calm ocean waters. Minutes from Bridgetown and an extensive selection of restaurants or St. Lawrence Gap area. Also near by the George Washington House.
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Beach View Barbados

4 stars
4.3 / 5 27 reviews
Condo property offers casual-contemporary style and sea viewsBeach View Barbados is a recently constructed property on three acres of landscaped gardens overlooking Paynes Bay on the Platinum Coast. Each room offers  convenient access to gorgeous, postcard-perfect beaches. Two- and three-bedroom suites feature beach-friendly wood furnishings and neutral tones for the ideal home-away-from-home setting. A centrally located pool area at Beach View Barbados includes a separate children's pool and adult swimming pool, as well as poolside snack and drink service. Highlights Complimentary in-room Internet access Daily maid service provided Washer/dryer units, DVD players and iPod docking stations Five minutes from Holetown Rooms Air conditioned bedrooms and full kitchens at Beach View Barbados provide comfort and convenience. Open-plan living areas lead to large furnished balconies perfect for watching breathtaking Caribbean sunsets. One-, two- and three-bedroom suite sizes range from 1,200 to 1,800 square feet. Kitchens include a coffee maker, dishwasher, microwave, full-size oven, four-burner cooktop, refrigerator and freezer. Cable TV and in-room digital laptop safes are also provided at Beach View Barbados. Features Swimming and snorkeling are popular activities at Paynes Bay. Beach View Barbados staff can arrange water sports and other off-property activities. Golf tee times, dinner reservations and guided island tours can also be arranged. An independent massage therapist provides in-room treatments, and an independent personal trainer provides private instruction (fees apply). Babysitting is also available (fees apply). Dining The Hut, a small bistro-style cafe at Beach View Barbados serves continental and cooked breakfasts, and lunchtime salads, sandwiches and rum punch. Make sure to stop by for BBQ Monday Nights, featuring barbequed jerked chicken, grilled fish, burgers, ice cream and toasted coconut and more. In addition, contact the hotel to for the suite kitchen to be stocked with groceries upon arrival. The Cliff restaurant is a five-minute walk from Beach View Barbados. This high-end establishment provides an unforgettable experience, with sea views from every table and top-notch cuisine that has to be tasted to be believed. Transportation Grantley Adams International Airport (11.2 mi/18 km)Airport transfers available (fees apply)Bus stop in front of the hotel Attractions Folkestone Marine Park (2.3 mi/3.7 km) Sir Frank Hutson Sugar Machinery Museum (2.6 mi/4.2 km)Bridgetown (4.5 mi/7.2 km)Harrison's Cave (4.5 mi/7.3 km)Flower Forest (5.3 mi/8.5 km)
Value US$200 PER PERSON FREE SPENDING MONEY - MAX US$400
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Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels - Premium All Inclusive All Suites

4 stars
4.1 / 5 37 reviews
South Coast hotel offers fresh spaces with a hint of Old World charmJust like the sea turtles that nest on our beaches, families are drawn to the irresistiblecheerfulness and energy of the premium all-inclusive resort, Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels. Tile floors keep guest rooms clean and cool, with area rugs featuring blue graphic designs that evoke the rolling waves just outside the window. Open-air common areas are colored by lush tropical greenery and furnished with charming rustic touches such as tree trunk side tables. Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels have sparkling pools, and expansive 1,500 foot stretch of white sandy beach, daily shopping trips to Bridgetown, fabulous all-day Flying Fish Kids Club, savory dining options at three on-property restaurants, complimentary water sports, mid-day ice cream treats on the beach, and proximity to local night life offer something for everyone Highlights 1,500 feet of white sand beaches where sea turtles nest their eggs seasonallyTaste of Elegance dine-around program with sister hotels in Barbados Beach concierge service with afternoon treatsFlying Fish Kids Club for ages three to 11 open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. RoomsThe Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels offers six accommodation categories including junior and one-bedroom suites with pool, garden or ocean views. All guest rooms are non-smoking and include a private balcony or patio, flat-panel TV, mini-refrigerator and iPod docking station. Fresh colors and clean lines keep spaces light and airy. DiningThe pride of the Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels is the Asiago's Restaurant which serves authentic Italian cuisine in a semi-formal atmosphere. For a more casual dining experience, Chelonia Restaurant is situated in a gorgeous open-air space area covered by a slatted roof that lets light ease onto the space. Chelonia is open for breakfast and dinner. Enjoy a beachside dining experience at the waterfront restaurant on site. Room service also is available at Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels. RecreationStay active at Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels with two freeform swimming pools, a Jacuzzi and children's splash pool, two tennis courts, spa and a fitness center. Water sports such as windsurfing, boogie boarding, kayaking and Hobie Cat sailing are part of the resort's all-inclusive fare. Transportation Grantley Adams International Airport (5.3 mi/8.5 km) Attractions Saint Lawrence Gap (0.4 mi/0.7 km)Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary (0.5 mi/0.8 km)Garrison Savannah (2.4 mi/3.8 km)Needham's Point (2.8 mi/4.4 km)Bridgetown (3.5 mi/5.6 km)Harrison's Cave (8 mi/12.8 km)Flower Forest (8.8 mi/14.1 km) Business Business center with free internet accessWi-Fi access in public areas (fees apply)Indoor and open-air event spaces
Value COMPLIMENTARY KIDS CLUB, WI-FI & MORE
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Best time to take a vacation to Barbados

  • Best Time to Go

    July to November is the best time for Barbados travel, despite the increased chance of rain. Hurricanes rarely hit the island, and there are a number of festivals that take place at this time. Hotel prices tend to double for Barbados vacations during the peak season from December to April. This is a popular season because of the Barbados Jazz Festival, the Holetown Festival, and the Holders Season Festival. The off-season is from mid April to June, and the country tends to slow down and travel prices reach their lowest rates.

Insider tips for Barbados travel

  • Coral Reef Club & Sandy Lane

    The Coral Reef Club & Sandy Lane both offer an amazing spa experience for those who want to enjoy a day of pampering and relaxation.

  • St. James Beach

    Shop at Barefoot on the beach in St James for handmade trinkets, kaftans, quilts and colorful ceramic pieces.

  • Island Safari Company

    The Island Safari Company offers a fantastic off-road experience for the whole family, giving you the chance to see the country in all its glory.

  • Friday Nights

    The Friday night fish fry has become a tradition for many, with an amazing party atmosphere and cheap open-air food stalls and music.

  • Tides Restaurant

    The award winning Tides Restaurant has tables overlooking the sea, helpful and friendly staff, and excellent cuisine featuring a variety of dishes from all over the world.

Barbados highlights

  • Barbados highlights
  • Beaches

    Barbados is blessed with some of the world's most stunning beaches. Try Bottom Bay for ample sunshine and beachgoers, or hit the unfortunately-named Foul Bay for a more chilled-out scene. Surfers choose Soup Bowl for the best surf in town. From snorkeling and diving to lazing on the sand, a Barbados vacation means sand and sea.

  • Mount Gay Distillery

    Tropical paradise? Check. Plenty of rum? Check. Free tastings? You bet. It's hard to find something not to like about the Mount Gay rum distillery in Barbados. And as the lilting accent of your guide serenades you through the history of rum on the island, plus tipple after tipple of the good stuff, you'll wonder why anyone would ever leave.

  • Animal Flower Cave

    Explore caves that open right into the Atlantic Ocean, go for a mini-hike, and take a swim in the rock pools at this amazing location. There are plenty of places to relax and enjoy a picnic, too. Don't forget your camera to capture the scenery on this ultimate Barbados travel experience.

  • Gardens

    If you're on the lookout for a relaxing (and budget-conscious) end to your day, visit one of the many manicured tropical gardens on Barbados. Orchid World is a firm favorite, with numerous specimens of this gorgeous flora. There's also the Flower Forest and Andromeda Gardens to satisfy even the greenest of thumbs.

  • Barbados Wildlife Reserve

    Want to find some native cuties frolicking in the tropics on your Barbados travels? Head over to the Barbados Wildlife Reserve to see the famous Barbados Green Monkeys go about their daily biz. You'll also spot flamingos, turtles, deer, armadillos, snakes and more. Entry is a bargain at just $12, so bring the family for some funds-friendly fun.

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