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.