Sandy Lane Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Treehouse Club at Sandy Lane is a free children's activity and entertainment center available to children three years of age and older. The whimsical space also features a juke box, pool table, and video game center.

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 The Treehouse Club at Sandy Lane is a free children's activity and entertainment center available to children three years of age and older. The whimsical space also features a juke box, pool table, and video game center.
The white and pink sand beaches of Barbados attract every type of traveler, including families. And every parent knows that keeping the little ones happy on vacation is a process. Thankfully, the island's best resorts offer everything from kids' clubs to daily activities to keep your tykes smiling. Check out some of our favorite family-friendly resorts in Barbados here:
Decked out in its signature pink, the 112-room Sandy Lane is the creme de la creme of Barbados -- indeed, it's one of the most luxurious resorts in the world -- known for unparalleled service and distinct touches. Guest amenities run rampant -- including those for children. Watersports are only the beginning here. The Treehouse Club at Sandy Lane is a free children's activity and entertainment center available to children three years of age and older. The whimsical space also features a juke box, pool table, and video game center. In addition to an expansive and calm beach, the Hilton also features the Kidz Paradise Club, which is open seven days a week, and caters to ages four to 13 with activities such as pool and beach games, storytelling, movies, and masquerade. Rooms at the Hilton are up-to-date, fresh, and bright with crisp white linens and colorful accents. All rooms feel spacious and include modern amenities that kids are sure to enjoy. The atmosphere at Bougainvillea is unpretentious, and reasonable prices make it a good value on the south coast -- for that reason, it's especially popular with families. This resort prides itself on being eco-friendly, and amenities include a spa, fitness center, kids' club, and water sports. There are also two outdoor pool areas, one of which features a shallow childrens' area. With 289 rooms, this family-friendly resort is the second largest of three all-inclusive Almond properties in Barbados.The three pools, kids' club, tennis courts, and fitness center are enough to keep guests of all ages busy. The beach area is expansive with plenty of mid-sized waves, and the water-sports center provides free use of all the equipment. This family-friendly hotel near the capital of Bridgetown has seen better days -- though regulars like it for its reasonable prices, central location, and ability to accommodate large groups. All rooms and suites contain balconies/patios, and most are equipped with kitchenettes, making it a convenient stay for families. The Game Room is a great addition, especially for pre-teens looking for someplace to mingle (within sight of mom and dad). With 20 acres of space, the expansive property has two restaurants, and a slew of kid-friendly activities including three pools, tennis courts, and a mini-golf course. All suites have at least one bedroom, a full kitchen and a patio or balcony. The beach, however, is often a place of peace and quiet for parents to enjoy, while still providing the kids plenty of space to run about.
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