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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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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beachfront suite with sea view and balcony
These beachfront suites come complete with air-conditioning, a ceiling fan, satellite TV and tea and coffee facilities. A sea-view balcony offers some outside space.
superior suite with garden view and balcony
These superior suites 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 overlooking the tropical gardens.
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Amazing Relaxing Holiday
Just spent 10 days at this wonderful resort and can't than the staff enough for having such a lovely time. I read some of the negative reviews before we went and wondered what I'd let us in for but those people could not have stayed at the same place. The food was excellent, really good choices from the buffet and the evening a la carte in the Sunset Restaurant was really good. Loved the food in Enids so much we went there 3 times. All the waitresses were friendly and helpful, can't remember their names but the ones that stand out for me were Oakley, Mia, Chereece and the lady who spend most of her day singing she was so happy. If I have one small complaint about the food its that although there is an excellent salad bar at lunch time there is no cold accompaniment - would have liked to have seen some cold meats and cheese. Also the desert cabinet urgently needs changing - the brown marks along the door runners and the broken door are quite off putting. Our room on the 2nd floor of the sea facing block was lovely - nice and big, the bathroom was fine and although the cleaning could have been better it was adequate for us. After all, I don't clean my house thoroughly every day so why should I expect it on holiday. The bed was changed most days as were the towels so no complaints there. The hotel grounds are kept clean and tidy and it was nice to go somewhere quiet without music blaring out all day. The highlight of the holiday was the turtle swim trip - what an experience. Oistins is something I can say I've done but wouldn't do again, don't know what I expected but it certainly wasn't that. The reggae reggae buses are an experience but don't get one when the kids are coming out of school! Everyone we met was helpful and friendly and the island has a wonderful easy going feel about it. In the words of a certain actor............We will be back!More
The Club is situated a short walk from Holetown and opposite a little parade of shops selling duty free goods, newspapers and water etc. The reception is open air and set under a large umbrellla shaped roof. A rum cocktail was given to us on arrival and the staff are professional and seemed happy. There appears to be a lot of repeat visitors that were being greeted like old friends but it was our first time at this particular resort. We had a large ocean view suite with an outdoor seating area and overhead fan which was perfect for watching the sun go down over the sea after a day in the sun snorkelling and swimming. There is not much of a beach immediately in front of the hotel but a stroll to the right or left will take you to beautiful beaches. There are ample sun beds though under palm trees and around the pool areas. Any time we decided to relax on sun beds a member of staff always found us a couple of beds and placed them wherever we chose to lay. We walked right along the coast up to Speightstown one morning (about an hour each way) and there were beach bars along the way selling cold drinks. And we walked left, strolling past Sandy Lane, for about 10 minutes then you have to head inland and along the road for a short distance before getting back onto the beach. Buses are frequent and cheap along this road and beep loudly as they approach. The breakfast is self service and superb and your evening meal is normally reserved in the morning before being shown to your table for breakfast. The main restaurant serves fantastic food in the evening but if you fancy a change then Enid's serves more traditional Caribbean fayre and a fantastic array of cocktails. There are board games available in the bar areas and evening entertainment normally included live music and dancing. We even had a little market one evening with locals selling their handicrafts. This is also one of the few hotels that do accompanied dining in the evenings for people travelling alone. We were friendly with a lady who ate with a local member of staff every night in the restaurant every night and she shared with us the local knowledge she acquired from night before. This is an excellent 5 star adults only resort and we had a fantastic holiday and will definitely be returning.More
Dee F, 186338
Nice small, quiet hotel which made for a very relaxing holiday. The bonus for us was no children. Not difficult at all getting a sun lounger either by the pool or by the sea. Staff were friendly. The Bajan ladies seemed a little off at first but if you bothered to engage with them they were absolutely fine. Service was a little slow at times but I believe that was due to a lack of staff at the bars and in the main restaurant. No beach for this hotel as such but you could walk miles of beach both left and right as all the beaches are public so no problem there. Sea was gorgeous. Rooms were fine, clean and comfortable. Shower was fab other than it leaked a little bit over the bathroom floor. Would definitely return.More
Lovely relaxing place, but not plush
The hotel itself is a bit shabby and tired, we were on the top floor and there were no lifts , but that wasn't a problem for us. We were right at the front on the water which was lovely, rooms are very basic, and the house cleaning was a bit hit and miss, but generally ok on the whole. There is a mixture of ages but mainly retired couples, and its an adults only which is good. The staff were exceptionally friendly and very polite and helpful, and the food was very good and service was very good, good selection of drinks and cocktails made well. Very good location to explore the other hotels and restaurants nearby of which there are plenty. Good value hotel.More
Relaxed for a lovely bit of winter sunshine
Just got back from here following a weeks cruise in the Caribbean. The hotel was smaller than I originally thought but having been there I think that it is better for being smaller (approx 160 rooms). We were allocated a 'loft' room (4th floor) and this was very spacious and clean with good bathroom facilities. The stairs were a bit of a hike but we did get used to it. All areas were kept really clean and whilst the pool area was nice we only used it one day as we preferred to swim of the little beach. The staff were very friendly and helpful (including the bar staff) and the food was very good. Had to book times for evening meal but there was plenty of choice of times and if turned up a little early or late it wasn't a problem. We booked Enid's Restaurant one night and whilst the food was very good we much preferred the Sunset Restaurant. There was evening entertainment by way of a band/group or DJ and this was good and finished each night at 11pm when the main bar closed. For later drinks there is a small Piano bar which runs from 11pm to 2am and was also good. Went to Oistins 'fish fry' on Friday night and whilst it was an experience (especially the public bus ride in) not one I would particularly recommend. All in all a good holiday with lovely people, food, accommodation and of course the weather.More
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