Barbados is the easternmost island in the Caribbean. It holds tight to British traditions like afternoon tea, cricket and horse races. The have many beautiful beaches with picturesque views.
This hotel’s 72 guest rooms and suites offer views of the Caribbean Sea and feature furnished balconies or patios with outdoor ceiling fans. All rooms feature flat screen TV’s, DVD players, and WIFI.
For reservations call:
TEL + 1 246 422 5555
FAX + 246 422 0118
This 5-star hotel is known for its impressive grounds, luxurious amenities and accommodating staff. It has been voted #1 Hotel Spa in the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas by Travel + Leisure. With 47,000 square feet, the spa is a world on to itself. Sandy Lane has is luxury golf resort in Barbados that offers some of the best golf in the world, with three golf courses. They also have four great restaurants.
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This luxurious hotel overlooks a secluded bay with beautiful crystal clear waters. It’s a great place for snorkeling and water-sports activities. The beach in front has luxurious lounge chairs and umbrellas as well as drink service. The hotel has a 150 ft. pool with a large deck. Poolside cabanas are available for rent. Poolside drink and meal service is also available.
St. Nicholas Abbey distills its rum in traditional small batches. In addition to its rum, the attraction also features a 350-year-old plantation home, which houses a museum with various antiques. Multiple gardens and orchards are also located throughout the property.
Hunte’s Gardens offers an array of plants within a gully. The garden offers a variety of plants. The garden has humming birds and monkeys. Many visitors enjoy picnics at the garden. Hunte’s Gardens is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
One of the islands most popular attractions is the Barbados Boardwalk. The best times to go are during sunrise or sunset because of its breath taking views. The boardwalk is located near several restaurants and bars.
This cave is a limestone cavern that features several streams as well as stalactites, stalagmites and other kinds of calcite deposits. The cave is located the middle of the country about 5 miles from Holetown and Bathsheba Beach. Harrison’s Cave offers a variety of tours daily from 8:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. The cave’s standard tram tour lasts an hour and costs 60 Barbadian dollars (or about $30) for each adult and Bds$30 (roughly $15) per child.
Mount Gay Rum offers tours of its visitor center, where guests can get a behind-the-scenes look at how Mount Gay Rum is produced. After the tour travelers can sample several kinds of rum. The basic tour costs $10 for adults and children 11years of age and younger are in free.
This is an exclusive residential marina development offers high quality facilities for visiting yachts and residents. It has six mega-yacht berths located on the offshore breakwater that can accommodate yachts up to 250ft. Port St. Charles is an official port of entry with Immigration, customs, coastguard and police.
For more information, please contact:
Name Derek Ince
Position Dock master
Telephone 246-419-1000 x 2230