Hotels in Barbados
Barbados hotels offer secluded, luxury experiences for their guests, as well as some fun activities to experience the island’s waters. Little Arches Boutique Hotel Barbados is a 4 star hotel right near Silver Sands Beach in Christ Church. Ten individual guestrooms will give you a secluded, romantic experience at a hideaway bay. Café Luna is an award-winning restaurant on the rooftop, perfect from sunrise to sunset for an evening for two. It is one of the best hotels in Barbados.
The Crane Residential Resort, located on Crane Beach, has four restaurants and 19th-century-style rooms with vaulted ceilings. The marble bathrooms are furnished with a whirlpool tub, and the resort overlooks the ocean. L’Azure Restaurant serves seafood, Zen Restaurant has Japanese and Thai cuisine, and the Carriage House serves cocktails and light meals poolside. Like many hotels in Barbados, Coral Mist Beach Hotel offers great views of the Caribbean Sea. Worthing Beach, adjacent to the hotel, offers many water sports like sea kayaking, snorkeling and water skiing. The hotel itself has an outdoor pool, and the rooms have balconies overlooking the sea.
The sister hotel to the nearby Coral Reef Club, this small beachfront property is located in Holetown, surrounded by seven acres of tropical gardens. The family-owned hotel has 48 rooms, including two Tree Top Suites with wraparound terraces and private plunge pools.
Located in St. Lucy, Fustic House is a former 17th-century plantation remodeled by famed English stage designer Oliver Messel. Available for rent as a whole, the estate accommodates up to 14 guests in seven individually designed suites.
Part of the Elegant Hotels Group, this beachfront resort is located on the Platinum Coast, just half a mile north of Holetown. The 96 guest rooms are mostly white, accented with red or fuchsia pillows, island-inspired artwork, and bamboo furniture.
With just eight rooms, the Lone Star can barely be called a hotel. But this former roadside gas station still manages to attract a fashionable clientele with its Philippe Starck-inspired design.
Based in Holetown, Barbados, Island Villas specializes in holiday property rentals across the Caribbean, including Antigua, Barbados, Bequia, the Cayman Islands, Jamaica, and St. Lucia.
The classic hotel hosts Bajan green monkeys in their lush gardens. In December 2008 the hotel launched a spa, a project overseen by Neil Howard, who worked on the Armani hotels in Dubai and Milan.
Formerly Almond Beach Club
Ten spacious cottages made from local courbaril wood line a secluded hilltop fringed by the rain forest in the island's remote interior. The on-site Naniki restaurant serves grilled snapper with native breadfruit and yams.
Each guest is welcomed to the House with an in-room massage. There's no front desk; instead, your personal "ambassador," a butler-concierge, takes care of everything. The 31 one-bedroom suites were carved out of a low-slung 1960's hotel.
From the front, this hideaway on the island’s east coast doesn't look like much, but out back is a two-story plantation-style hotel.
Long the chosen Caribbean retreat of the silk-cravat and shih tzu-in-a-satchel set, this hotel uses its house Bentley to transfer guests to and from the airport.
Many resorts keep you to themselves, but Mango Bay Resort wants to share you with Barbados.
Located on the white-sand Enterprise Beach, Little Arches is a small, adults-only hotel just a mile outside the fishing village of Oistins. Inspired by Mediterranean design, the terracotta-style building is decorated with handcrafted pottery and bright blue stone murals.