Barbados attracts a variety of visitors, from holidaymakers and globetrotters, to photographers and honeymooners, this stunning Caribbean island appeals to all. Whether seeking glamour and sophistication or tranquillity and relaxation, Barbados can offer the best of both worlds with its bustling cities and juxtaposing sunset beaches.
Barbados is a Caribbean paradise, and this is evident across the island; blue lagoons, scented coconut groves and pink cottages appeal to every sense. There are many activities to participate in, including cricket, surfing and horse racing. The area is also home to extraordinary golf courses, a perfect holiday activity to take in the idyllic scenery.
Exclusive Caribbean entertainment is varied; music plays a big part in Barbados’s culture, so prepare to relax to the sounds of calypso and Soca tunes and a delicious rum punch tailored to your taste buds with the infusion of select local flavours – Mount Gay Rum originates from Barbados, made in one of the world’s oldest distilleries. Or, step back into colonial history and visit some of the few plantation houses left in Barbados.
In a country graced by more than 70 miles of flawless coastline, it’s understandable that water activities dominate the shores of Barbados. With near perfect conditions, including visibility of up to 80 feet and annual water temperatures between 21-27ºC, the gleaming waters that embrace Barbados are an inevitable playground of fun and excitement. What better way to enjoy your Barbados holiday than experiencing water sports such as; Hobie Cat sailing, snorkeling, windsurfing, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding.
The Club, Barbados is situated in close proximity to Sandy Lane Beach, in the parish of St. James. This a great spot for swimming and snorkelling, as well as watersports such as jet skiing and other crafts.
With our very own Tranquility Body & Soul Spa available in the resort you can relax your body and mind and rejuvenate your soul with many different treatments, care and massages.
At The Club, Barbados we’ve got some amazing oceanfront dining available with your favourite Caribbean and international classic food and drinks including cocktails.
In July to August, the annual Crop Over Festival kicks off, with music, competitions, food, drink and a parade. It is an unforgettable experience.
Fly into Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) direct from London, with a flight time of around 8 hours and 40 minutes. The Club, Barbados is 30 minutes from the Airport by taxi.
The Club is a luxury all-inclusive resort exclusively for adults (16+), located on the west coast of Barbados.