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.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board meals
Selected alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Offering massages, hydrotherapy, body treatments, facials, waxing, hair care, as well as manicures and pedicures. For a slightly different treatment try a thalassotherapy algae or seaweed bath. Or you can have a aromatherapy salt scrub or a body wrap. There's also a sauna.
3 outdoor pools
These interconnecting pools are surrounded by sunbeds, parasols and gardens with views of the beach.
Sunset international restaurant
An oceanfront à la carte restaurant overlooking the beach, offering local specialities, a range of desserts, cocktails and afternoon tea from 3pm until 4.30pm.
Rooms ► View all
Superior Double Room with Garden View and Balcony or Terrace
These superior double rooms come complete with air-conditioning, a ceiling fan, satellite TV and tea and coffee facilities. These rooms are larger in size and come with a balcony or terrace overlooking the tropical gardens.
Double Room with Sea View
These sea-view double rooms come complete with air-conditioning, a ceiling fan, satellite TV and tea and coffee facilities.
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Very Good Snorkeling Nearby
This will be a somewhat lengthy review, so I apologize in advance. We spent a week at this resort at the end of July. June starts their rainy season and the first few days we had several isolated rain showers but we found that the rain only lasts about 20 minutes and it clears back up. This property is small compared to typical all-inclusive resorts, but because of that, we found that the pool, bars, and ocean were in close proximity to all the rooms. The exterior of the property, specifically where you enter your room, needs cleaning/paint. The wood stairs to your room are very worn and the entry ways outside the rooms need pressure washing. Because of this, my first impression of the resort was not good. However, the rest of the grounds of the hotel on the interior side, were kept very clean and manicured. Our 1 BR pool view suite was very clean and looked like it had been recently updated. I would say the room is similar in quality to a Marriott Courtyard in the US. The 1 BR has a spacious, separate living room area with a small empty fridge for storing your own snacks/drinks. Our room did not have a coffee maker, instead it had an electric tea pot. When I called the hotel operator about getting a coffee maker, they said they only had teapots in the rooms. Later in the week I asked the front desk and they had housekeeping provide a coffee maker. Also, there are two large professional expresso/coffee machines in the back of the downstairs restaurant that are self serve 24 hours a day. Very convenient. PROS: The service at this resort is excellent. We only found a couple of staff members with attitudes, but everyone else was super accommodating. Once you get to know the staff, they are a lot of fun. It is the people and service at this resort that sets them apart! We are experienced snorkelers, and spoke to Dana in the Watersports hut. He was very helpful and informative. Dana told us about the reef and the 2 wrecks that are located to the right of the resort (as you are facing the water). We had to walk down a particular path and pass another resort to get to a good entry at low tide, which Dana explained how to do. We swam from the shore and found very good coral reefs and two wrecks to explore. The water visibility was spectacular with very little current. Boats come out to this spot by 10:30am, so you really need to wake up early to get the place to yourself. The boats are gone by 2:30pm, so you could go back out in the afternoon to avoid the boat chaos. The food at this resort was very good. I was worried that they only had 1 or 2 restaurants to choose from and it might not offer the variety needed, but they did an excellent job of providing you plenty of choices and good quality food. We love fresh seafood and in one week, we had mahi, tuna, swordfish, and marlin. All very good. I even tried flying fish one day, but it had too little meat on it. Their spa services were excellent as well. They run various specials during the week. I had an aromatherapy massage by Alicia and she did an excellent job. The view of the ocean and water at this resort is just spectacular! You can sit and watch the sunset every evening while you sip on your cocktail. It is really something special. Across the street from the resort is a very large duty-free shop that has snacks, liquor, gifts, makeup, perfume, clothes, purses, shoes, and even nice clothes for men. There prices were in line with US prices. I was really impressed with the variety of items they had. One of the most convenient things we did was ride the Yellow "Reggae Bus". It is $1 US dollar to go anywhere this bus runs and they come by the front of the resort about every five minutes. You can just stick your arm out and they will pull over and pick you up pretty much anywhere. If you want to ride to Holetown, Bridgetown, or to Folkstone Marine Park for example, it is really convenient. Plus, you can stand on the bus if you are wet from swimming, which is great. Check it out. CONS: Because the ocean water is so close to the seawall, there really isn't a beach (i.e. a lot of beach sand) to speak of at this resort. There are steps down to the shoreline where you will find a little sand in order to get into the water, but for most of the day, the water is only about knee deep. The resort set up some rocks (like a jetty) to slow down the waves and provide a protected swim area there, but the consequence is shallow water. They do set up beach lounge chairs up above the ocean near the restaurant and bar and have laid some white sand, so you can still lay out and get the ocean view. The Sunset restaurant is not air-conditioned. We are from Florida and we thought the humidity and temperature was nice compared to Florida this time of year, but I noticed other guests perspiring at lunch time. The hotel does pass out lavender scented ice cold wash cloths at lunch to cool you off, which once again, shows their attention to detail/service. Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Club. We will definitely stay at this resort again.More
A great place to stay!
This was my first trip to Barbados, and it was one of the best experiences I have had on vacation. The Club, Barbados Resort, and Spa is an adult all-inclusive hotel with wonderful staff, good food, great excursions and fun entertainment. You will love the DJ and the Piano Bar...can you say Karaoke? The scenery of this property is gorgeous. I got a good workout daily walking the stairs because there is not an elevator, but that's okay because it was only four flights. So with all the good food I endured, I needed a workout. Me and one of the bartenders became great friends after he made on the first try, an excellent, Lemon Drop Martini. The staff is very accommodating and friendly. It was such an amazing trip and a wonderful stay at The Club, Barbados Resort, and Spa!More
We returned last week from a week at this lovely hotel. The food is excellent ( we preferred the garden restaurant to Enids) . The whole place is spotlessly clean and most of the staff charming. Get to know Michael the security guy who patrols the complex and Vasselka the lovely waitress. One small criticism is that just a few of the female waitresses and bar staff were sulky and rude, which shocked us as the vast majority were the exact opposite. Cant wait to save up and visit again!More
The Club Barbados is a low rise, relaxing hotel in tranquil gardens. At no point did the restaurants, pools and gardens feel busy. A highlight is dining in the evening in the restaurant over-looking the sea and watching the sun set. Although there is no beach, at low tide you can scramble easily over the rocks to the adjoining bay, Sandy Lane Beach, where swimming was wonderful We found that with the exception of some of the check-in staff, other staff members were pleasant and helpful. Our room was spacious and well air conditioned.More
Arrived last Christmas Day Don't know how much has changed since then but hopefully it has been updated..We had read all the reviews and it looked the ideal place to stay Christmas and New Year. How wrong we were. Our room was ok,but the bathroom was never very clean,it had a strange smell every night we reported this nearly every day. The receptionist kept saying someone had been in but the smell never quite went away. The food was average and the drinks are weak seeing as they supposed to use premium brands. The "beach" area was what we expected but the sun loungers were very poor, dirty and needed replacing.There was maintenance work going on,there was a man continually painting the stairs up to our room,he made a very bad job of it! Love Barbados and have stayed there a few times but would not recommend this hotelMore
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