Cheap Barbados Vacations


Your Barbados vacation

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!
Value Summer Sale
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Nightly rates from $85

Almond Beach Resort - All Inclusive

3 stars
Not yet reviewed
Almond Beach Resort is your ultimate Barbados holiday -affordable- relaxed and completely carefree. Bask on a beautiful white sandy beach and enjoy your choice of water and land diversions and gourmet dining options while the young ones are fully entertained so that you can have the real break you need. Do as much or as little as you would like. All Inclusive rates include: Unlimited meals at our two restaurants and bars. All meals and drinks, all day and into the late evening. Snacks at buffet style restaurant during the day. Live Evening Entertainment, Mixology Sessions, Cooking Demonstrations, Yoga Classes, Tennis Instructions, Paddle Boarding Lessons.
Value 1st Child Free, 2nd Child Only $25
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Nightly rates from $272

Radisson Aquatica Resort Barbados

4 stars
4.1 / 5 9 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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Nightly rates from $149

Tamarind by Elegant Hotels

4 stars
3.9 / 5 19 reviews
Family-friendly hotel located on premier Barbados beach This redesigned 4-star resort on the west coast of Barbados features 104 contemporary and spacious guest rooms and suites, all with private balcony or patio as well as facilities like cable flat-screen TV, air conditioning, iPod docking station, en suite bathroom with bathtub and shower, hairdryer, mini refrigerator and safe deposit box. Amenities include three freshwater swimming pools, two restaurants, a fully equipped business center, beauty salon, and modern fitness facility. Adults can relax in the full spa while kids enjoy specially designed activities and teens hang out in the Club Tamarind lounge, featuring Wii games and dancing. Five indoor and outdoor meeting venues can accommodate up to 90 people for conferences or special events. HighlightsComplimentary water sportsThree swimming poolsPrivate balcony or patioClub Tamarind provides entertainment for teenagers RoomsSeven categories of rooms offer queen or double beds with flat-screen television with cable programming, iPod docking station with clock radio, mini-fridge (not stocked), and lap-top sized personal safe. Marble bathrooms offer bathtub and shower, hairdryer, and amenities. FeaturesThe Tamarind Cove hotels rests on a 750-foot crescent of premium West Coast white sandy beach. This redesigned resort combines contemporary and modern interior design with serene outdoor spaces.   Complimentary water sports include snorkeling, sailing, boogie boards, kayaking, windsurfing, banana boats, Hobie Cat, and water-skiing. A small spa offers relaxation and a range of body services inspired by local ingredients such as Bajan sea salt and Barbadian Moscovado brown sugar. Specially designed programs for young children and teens offer age-appropriate activities.   Dining options include Sugar Cane restaurant, which offers open-air dining for breakfast and afternoon tea. Enjoy meals any time of day at Rilaks Deck, a South Beach-inspired restaurant with innovative and trendy tapas lounge. Cocktails, light cuisine, and various genres of live music are available from 6 p.m. to midnight. The 246 Bar & Restaurant features all-day dining with a spectacular beach backdrop and live poolside music on select evenings.Wi-Fi access is also available throughout the resort for a nominal fee. TransportationGrantley Adams International Airport (12 mi/19.4 km)Complimentary transportation to Bridgetown, Monday through Saturday (book in advance) Nearby attractionsBridgetown City Center (5.6 mi/9.0 km)Harrison's Cave (6.8 mi/10.9 km)Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary (7.5 mi/12 km) BusinessBusiness center with Internet accessFive indoor and outdoor meeting venues can accommodate up to 100 people for conferences or special events
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Nightly rates from $213

The Crane Resort and Residences

4 stars
4.1 / 5 76 reviews
Historic Barbados resort offers up-to-date conveniences This residential resort is renowned for its unique cliff-top setting on one of the most beautiful pieces of beachfront in the world. Contemporary additions have transformed the Crane Resort and Residences from a small property into a first-class experience. The Crane is conveniently located a six-minute drive from Grantley Adams International Airport, on the southeastern coast of Barbados. Strategic location provides a comfortable sense of seclusion with convenient access to major sightseeing destinations. Highlights Named "One of the 10 Best Beaches in the World" by Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.2009 Zagat Guide to the Best of Barbados rated Zen restaurant "Barbados' No. 1 for Food" Free Wi-Fi Internet accessRoom service Rooms Rooms and suites are all unique in design and location, with authentic antique furnishings, original coral stone walls, spectacular views, and elegant canopy or four-poster beds. All come with cable television and VCR and include a desk plus spacious closet with large dressing area. Bathrooms include Jacuzzi bath, separate toilet area, spa shower with multiple shower heads, and double vanity. FeaturesThe original 1887 historic hotel offers rooms and private residences. The newer private residences still offer 21st century conveniences and amenities, though the Crane remains steeped in Barbados history. Ground floor suites feature infinity edge private pools. Two-bedroom residences on upper floors offer individual plunge pools. Azure Restaurant serves fresh seafood with amazing ocean views. Another restaurant, Zen, specializes in classic Thai and Japanese cuisine.   Crane Beach is one of the best swimming spots on all of Barbados, protected by a natural coral reef. Crane pool overlooks the scenic Crane Beach. The resort has also recently opened a new 1.5-acre multi-cascading pool complex. Guests who want to shop while on vacation can visit the duty-free emporium in the Village Town Hall. Nightlife and other sightseeing destinations are all a short drive away. Transportation Grantley Adams International Airport  (4.7 mi/7.6 km) Nearby attractions Oistins fishing village (2.5 mi/4.1 km)St. Lawrence Gap (10 mi/16.1 km)Bridgetown (13.5 mi/21 km) Business Two meeting rooms accommodating up to 250
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Nightly rates from $189
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New York Bridgetown Thu, Sep 4 - Fri, Sep 12 $335
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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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