Recommended tour operator: Tropical Sky
Tropical Sky says
All the ingredients for the perfect Caribbean holiday can be found on Barbados – palm-fringed beaches, tropical gardens, a fascinating heritage, intoxicating rum and Calypso.
What makes Barbados stand out, however, is its outstanding range of world class resorts to suit all budgets and tastes, including a wide choice of all-inclusive options. Most are located on the west or south coasts.
On the south coast, the newest arrival is The Sands which promises to be a magnet for couples and families alike. This contemporary all-inclusive resort has a wide choice of accommodation from studios to three-bedroom suites, a choice of restaurants and complimentary non-motorised water sports. We have some outstanding opening offers.
The all-inclusive SoCo is a huge hit with couples. It’s contemporary, stylish and outstanding value, in a great location on Hastings Beach and a short walk from lively St Lawrence Gap. We love that all the rooms are ocean-facing with fantastic views.
Also located on the south coast, the all-inclusive Sea Breeze Beach House is equally popular amongst couples and families with fantastic facilities and top notch cuisine. This hotel is also a great choice for weddings and honeymoons, offering personal ceremonies in stunning locations.
Sugar Bay is a superb all-inclusive choice for families with child care from four months right up to teen activities. Bougainvillea Beach Resort is a great alternative for families with a tighter budget.
The more glamorous west coast, known as the Platinum Coast, is a magnet for celebrities who flock to the restaurants, boutiques and picture-postcard beaches.
Our pick of the west coast hotels includes Mango Bay, a popular all-inclusive resort, welcoming couples and families alike.
If you’re looking for elegance, luxury and romance, head to the low-key Coral Reef Club with its exceptional spa or check out The House which is for adults only and is as stylish and contemporary as it is romantic. The fabulous Daphne’s restaurant is next door.
Plan your trip to coincide with one of Barbados’ many special events. Held annually between July and August, the island-wide Crop Over Festival is a heady mix of live music, dancing, carnival, markets and cultural presentations. In late November, the Food, Wine & Rum Festival brings together a number of celebrated chefs to showcase their culinary skills.
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