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Sandy Lane

Sandy Lane Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Decked out in 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; perhaps the most noteworthy is access to the super exclusive Green Monkey golf course with a separate apparel line that can only be purchased after completion. A Rolls Royce Phantom, top-notch spa, outstanding restaurants, and celebrity sightings are just a few aspects that set the elegant Palladian-style hotel apart from the rest. This is a very special place, for those who can afford it.

Hilton Barbados

Hilton Barbados Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located in the capital city of Bridgetown, the Hilton feels larger than its 355 rooms -- likely because of its high-rise structure and the fact it holds the biggest hotel meeting facility on the island. Sure, it checks all the boxes of a reputable chain hotel, but it lacks a certain charm synonymous with Barbadian hospitality. Rooms are modern and appeal to both leisure and business travelers, but free amenities are rare. Don’t expect a welcome drink, and Wi-Fi comes with a fee; therefore, hotel tabs add up fast (beware of the lounge chairs with “flag up” bar service). For those seeking a big hotel chock-full of American conveniences, though, this is the place.

Bougainvillea Beach Resort

Bougainvillea Beach Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 138-room Mediterranean-style resort gets its name from the local flower, which is ceremoniously placed in rooms upon arrival. The atmosphere is unpretentious, and reasonable prices make it a good value on the south coast -- it's especially popular with families and wedding groups. All rooms have kitchens or kitchenettes, or guests can dine at two restaurants along the water. This resort prides itself on being eco-friendly, and amenities include a spa, fitness center, kids' club, and water sports.

Coral Sands Beach Resort

Coral Sands Beach Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This quiet 31-studio property opened in 2000 after renovations were made on the former guesthouse. Prices are reasonable, and each room layout is the same with two double beds, a kitchenette, and ocean-facing balconies. Rooms are clean, but decor is a bit dated with bright colors and tube televisions. The location is a perk -- on the south coast and walking distance to grocery stores, and numerous restaurants along “The Gap.” The beautiful beach is the best amenity here, but an outdoor pool, lounge, and bar are added bonuses.

Sandals Barbados

Sandals Barbados Rating: 3.5 Pearls

THIS PROPERTY HAS RE-OPENED AS SANDALS BARBADOS. WE WILL UPDATE OUR REVIEW AS SOON AS WE CAN. With 289 rooms, this family-friendly resort is the second largest of three all-inclusive Almond properties in Barbados. Located on the south coast along nine acres of original vegetation, the Casuarina has easy access to the airport and St. Lawrence Gap. Rooms are comfortable, though some show their age. The beach area is expansive with plenty of mid-size waves, and the water-sports center provides free use of all the equipment. The three pools, kids' club, tennis courts, and fitness center are enough to keep guests of all ages busy. As a bonus, guests have access to the other two Almond resorts to avoid all-inclusive monotony.

The Divi Southwinds Beach Resort

The Divi Southwinds Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 133-suite property is a decent mid-range option in the heart of St. Lawrence Gap with close proximity to shops, dining, and nightlife. 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 patio or balcony -- though decor in some is showing wear and tear. Less expensive suites near the pool area are better suited for families with young kids, while beach villas have ocean views and offer more peace and quiet.

Amaryllis Beach Resort

Amaryllis Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

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. Named after the flower, Amaryllis once had a decent reputation in Barbados, but today the resort seems to lack direction and just feels tired. All rooms and suites contain balconies/patios, and most are equipped with kitchenettes, but decor and furniture are worn, and some bathrooms need serious remodeling. The beach, though rocky, has a protected swimming area, thanks in part to the artificial reef that helps protect it from heavy surf. The Chattel Plaza, within steps of the property, offers some respite from the main building’s limited offerings.

Beach View

Beach View Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Built in 2009, this relatively modernized resort offers 36 spacious self-catering condos on the west coast of Barbados. Family managed with service to match, each of the one-, two- or three-bedroom units comes equipped with a full kitchen and washer/dryer. A large pool contains separate adult and children’s areas, and there is a beach across the street -- though it's quite a busy street to cross. A small on-site cafe serves breakfast, lunch, and Monday night barbecues, and there's weekly cocktail parties hosted in the manager’s own home. Beach View is a nice option for travelers and families who want a more relaxed, at-home style of vacation.

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Oyster Pearl Rating

  • Award-Winning

What's Your Style?

  • Kid-Friendly
  • Beach
  • Luxury
  • Resort
  • Romantic
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Locations

  • Bridgetown
  • Eastern Barbados
  • Southern Barbados
  • Western Barbados

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Bar at Pool
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Almond Resorts
  • Hilton
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