Barbados: Resorts

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Barbados Resorts

If you want everything in one place for your holiday Turtle Beach is a popular resort. It is recognised as a 4 star all-inclusive resort. This resort is designed for escapism with huge swimming pools, tennis courts and water sports galore. The resort is near to great restaurants and a few minutes away from St. Lawrence Gap, an area known for its nightlife. It’s only 15 minutes from Grantley Adams Airport and the 1500 foot white, sandy beach.

If you want to experience the natural beauty of Barbados whilst living in luxury The Crane in the south is perfection. The Crane is one of the best ten beaches in the world according to the ‘Lifestyles of The Rich and Famous’. The pink sands are beautiful to relax on and as The Crane is on the southern point of Barbados you will get gentle Atlantic breezes coming in. The Crane offers two types of accommodation. One is the 1887 Resort Apartments. The historic buildings have a warm charm and stunning views with well equipped kitchens. There are also the newer Private Residencies of The Crane that have a more contemporary feel with a touch of the classic. The Crane offers a truly is a breathtaking experience. The resort of Bougainvillea is another resort that offers everything in one place and this resort is child friendly with children under 12 staying free with an adult. Baby sitting is available and there is a well staffed kids club. There are restaurants, sea, pool and garden views, tropical gardens, a swim-up bar in the pool, fitness centre, games room, beauty salon and spa.

If you want to relax and revitalise Bougainville is the place to go, especially if you are travelling with children. The resort of Accra is another popular place to go for the fantastic beaches, close amenities and fantastic facilities. This is a modern resort and is known for the friendly atmosphere. The resort has a brilliant spa called Chakra so this is an ideal area to go and rejuvenate. All of the resorts mentioned in there are west and south coast resorts as this is where the majority of activities take place. There are tonnes to choose from and these are just a few examples to give a taste of what Barbados offers. If you would like a retreat in a more natural, untouched setting the east coast is a great place to visit. However, the waters aren’t as calm on this said of the island because of the Atlantic Sea and trade winds. However, it truly is a breathtaking part of the island. This is where you’ll find more bed and breakfasts and private holiday homes rather than lots of all-inclusive hotel resorts.


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