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.
Facilities► View all
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.
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double room with garden view
These double rooms come complete with air-conditioning, a ceiling fan, satellite TV and tea and coffee facilities.
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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Great all inclusive adult beachfront resort
We enjoyed a wonderful week at The Club in December 2016. Our room was well appointed. It was on the ground floor facing the ocean toward the south end of the resort. There was a little veranda out front with chairs and a small table, and from which we enjoyed beautiful days and scintillating sunsets, as well as crabs creeping over the seawall to hunt for for bits of food. Just to the south was the crescent of Sandy Lane Beach, best reached at low tide. To the north of the resort was another sandy beach, but in front of the resort was mainly a rocky bottom best for snorkeling. The weather was warm and humid. What rain there was came mainly at night, and never interfered with our plans. The food was terrific. We always found plenty of great things to eat, and almost all of it was fresh or made from fresh ingredients. We started every morning with made to order omelets, and most evenings ate through the menu at the specialty restaurant, Enidâs, upstairs. Although we had at one time or another beef steak, pork chops and lamb, the best was the fresh fish â dorado (aka dolphin or mahi mahi), king fish (aka wahoo or ono) and marlin. Most visitors hale from Great Britain, so there were many items arising there to sample too, from bangers to apple crumble with hot custard. (Nota bene: Try filling a bowl with the diced fruit and then top that with lots of hot custard. Use your fork to spear out the fruit, and then your spoon to scrape out the bowl. Youâre welcome.) There is a lot to do in Barbados (so we missed most lunches at The Club while off enjoying the rest of the island), and at The Club itself there is a lot to do too. Apart from swimming and snorkeling, there are sail and power boats rides, several freshwater swimming pools, multiple bars, loads of recliners at the pools and along the seawall, high tea, a dance floor, nearly nightly entertainment and - a great treat - always available self serve coffee, tea and hot chocolate. The best part of The Club is the people. Weâve never had such a happy bunch, or such a helpful bunch, of people at any other resort, from reception through the restaurantsâ staff, through housekeeping to security. Always smiling, always ready to help, always with a good suggestion.More
Excellent beach front location, food and friendly staff. An amazing holiday in a lovely resort. All inclusive with free water sports was the attraction for me, as a lone traveller I was able to completely relax with no stresses. Jemima in the sunset restaurant is such a lovely lady.More
rosemary B, 186463
Mr Carl parle
What a fantastic time we had at club Barbados From the time we got there to when we left the staff were brilliant. The ambiance around the pool terrific and plenty of sun beds. The food was superb with lots of fresh cooked delights each meal time. The restaurant looked out onto the beautiful carabian sea. The beach bar was always a hive of activity. The evening entertainment was a bit under par on occasions. The late bar called the piano bar was great for a late drink and some great entertainment By the resort and the guests. Would go back at the drop of a hat Regards Carl More
Carl P, 186337
Best Holiday Ever
We spent a week at the hotel as our honeymoon and we loved every minute of it. The rooms are gorgeous and clean, the staff is very helpful and lovely, meals are great and if you're after a holiday without kids running around - no offence - then look no further. Lots of activities in and around the hotel and Bridgetown is only a 20mins bus trip away.More
Good Resort, Understand where you're going
Overall we had a very good first experience at the club Barbados. It was our first time on the island so it was nice to know that you had a location with safe food, security, and activities available. That said, once we ventured out we realize that Barbados is one of the most developed and safe islands that we have been to in the Caribbean so we somewhat regret being more tied to an all inclusive resort but it wasn't a bad way to be introduced to Barbados either. We still ventured out several days and nights and had a wonderful time, but I'm not certain I would have opted for an all inclusive vacation had I understood what the island was like before we arrived. None of that is a problem with Club Barbados, it's why I say to understand what type of trip you're looking for before you book. The Club had some good water sport options available on site including a short fishing trip, unguided snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boards, and if you timed low tide correctly you could take great long walks down some beautiful public beaches. The sun lounging areas fill up quickly so if that's your thing you should be an early riser, my wife is not, especially not on vacation. We were in a renovated room which was very nice. It had a view of the gardens and pool area with a view from the open air lounge area of the Caribbean Sea. We were very pleased with the rooms. Meal times are scheduled so be prepared to operate on a routine. This worked perfectly well for us but if your ideal vacation involves meals whenever you want it available then this probably is not a good option for you. The only thing that prevents me from rating the Club higher than average is the staff and it was not all of them. We met some wonderful, warm and incredibly friendly staff at the club who made our stay much more enjoyable. My wife and I discussed between us to make sure we both had the same experience. We found a larger portion of the male staff to be very outgoing and friendly while a larger number of the female staff you sometimes felt like you were inconveniencing them by asking a question or approaching about a normal job function like checking in. This wasn't all male staff and all female staff, just higher probability for some reason and we could not identify why. We weren't certain if some of the women were working in capacities that were less pleasant than the men which placed them in a bad mood or their pay wasn't up to snuff but it was a noticeable difference that we didn't see elsewhere on the island. More
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