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13 reviews
Favored by the rich and famous, this luxury resort is ideal for both a romantic retreat and a fun-packed family holiday. — DK Eyewitness
$1,585
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10 reviews
Refined Barbados resort spread across 12 acres of landscaped gardens where colonial charm and tropical temptations come together. — Jetsetter
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9 reviews
Just east of the fishing village of Oistins, this classy boutique hotel has a distinctly Mediterranean ambience and a perfect vantage point overlooking the sea. — Fodor's
$220
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10 reviews
Each elegant suite in this English Country-style resort has a comfy sitting room with a sofa bed, a small library of books, and a wall of louvered shutters that open onto a patio. — Fodor's
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10 reviews
Huge, with 252 rooms, five pools, five restaurants and bars, a “village” area complete with an art gallery, and numerous amenities spread out over 40 acres. — Oyster
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10 reviews
This adults-only boutique hotel on Barbados' platinum west coast, recently completed an extensive renovation to modernize its current ocean-inspired design. — Condé Nast Traveler
$651
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9 reviews
Stay in a stately slice of Barbados history at the Atlantis Hotel, a brightly coloured ranch turned airy contemporary getaway — Mr & Mrs Smith
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8 reviews
All 72 rooms, a mere eight miles from Bridgetown, the island’s capital, fuse colonial style with Caribbean cool. — Travel + Leisure
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7 reviews
The four rooms here and the three in an adjoining cottage are all simply outfitted with mahogany furniture, white bedcovers, and wicker chairs. — Concierge
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6 reviews
The Sandpiper is a family-owned resort on the ritzy west coast of Barbados. It's hard to find fault in the rooms or amenities at this small, colonial-style luxury property. — Oyster
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8 reviews
Set on the secluded northwest coast of Barbados, Little Good Harbour is a 21-room, casually posh, upper-middle-range boutique hotel with a residential vibe and colonial Caribbean style. — Oyster
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6 reviews
This sleek Mediterranean-style resort, which sprawls along 750 feet of prime west-coast beachfront, is large enough to cater to sophisticated couples and active families. — Fodor's
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6 reviews
A glamorous restaurant right on a gorgeous west-coast beach, with half-a-dozen immensely stylish bedrooms attached — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
If you want a good-quality all-inclusive with lots of facilities, this is probably one of the best bets on Barbados. — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
Tropical gardens and a dramatic water feature mask the proximity of the main road to this large, all-inclusive beachfront resort near the Garrison Historic Area — Fodor's
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6 reviews
Staying at the Ocean Two Resort is like having the keys to a friend’s Barbados beachfront condo. — Travel + Leisure
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6 reviews
This all-inclusive property, formerly the Almond Beach Club and now an Elite Islands property, is more tranquil than the lively mass-market Almond Casuarina Beach. — Star Service
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7 reviews
With its open lobby, soft colors, cascading waterfall, swim up bar inside a cave, and a view of the ocean, Crystal Cove feels like a boutique Mediterranean hotel than an all-inclusive resort. — Afar Magazine
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6 reviews
The signature hotel of five Elegant Hotel properties on Barbados is certainly elegant, but with a quiet, friendly, understated style primarily targeted to adults. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
The Hilton's architecture incorporates jutting balconies and wide expanses of glass; bedrooms are arranged around a central atrium filled with tropical gardens. — Frommer's
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