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13 reviews
Long the chosen Caribbean retreat of the silk-cravat and shih tzu-in-a-satchel set, this hotel uses its house Bentley to transfer guests to and from the airport. — Travel + Leisure
$1,585
9
10 reviews
Sandy Lane may exhaustively be touted as Barbados' most grand hotel but Coral Reef is the island's most refined. — Concierge
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9 reviews
Due to its small size, the hotel has a private, luxurious ambiance, and the rates are reasonable for this caliber of property. — Oyster
$220
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10 reviews
Pastel pink, country house-style sleep set along the beach on Barbados’ west coast. — Jetsetter
8
10 reviews
The historic hotel contains 18 accommodations. The standard rooms, studios and one- and two-bedroom suites are clean and airy with high ceilings, and feature antiques atop hardwood floors. — Star Service
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9 reviews
The first hotel on the rugged eastern shore, the Atlantis has been overhauled—the 10 airy suites have been expanded to 500 square feet and have large canopy beds. — Travel + Leisure
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10 reviews
From the moment I strolled onto the property, I had the pleasure of enjoying the height of hospitality with a distinctly Bajan, laid-back elegance. — Afar Magazine
$651
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8 reviews
Sprawling across 11 acres on the west coast of Barbados, the property is situated closer to the waterfront than others in the area. — Oyster
8
7 reviews
From the front, this hideaway on the island’s east coast doesn't look like much, but out back is a two-story plantation-style hotel. — Travel + Leisure
8
6 reviews
The Coral Reef Club does it better, but if it's full, this South Seas resort on a white-sand beach evokes an earlier Barbados. — Frommer's
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6 reviews
On 240m (787 ft.) of prime beachfront, this hotel reopened in late 2010 after an extensive renovation, including the addition of an intimate spa. — Frommer's
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8 reviews
A scattering of whitewashed coral-stone cottages, the seaside hotel smacks of unpretentious luxury – the perfect in-the-know hidey-hole for Caribbean beach-bunnies. — Afar Magazine
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5 reviews
Seven kilometers southeast of Bridgetown, close to St. Lawrence Gap, this is probably the best all-inclusive resort along the plebian southeast coast. — Star Service
8
6 reviews
It's the most retro-chic spot on Barbados. — Frommer's
8
5 reviews
Regulars like it for its reasonable prices, central location, and ability to accommodate large groups. — Oyster
8
6 reviews
Shiny new condo-hotel in Christ Church delivers four stars worth of luxury and pampering for those who've left their grimy beach-shack days behind them. — BlackBook
8
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
8
6 reviews
Intimate Barbadian landmark on the beach with a welcoming vibe and award-winning restaurant. — Jetsetter
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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
On three lushly landscaped hectares, 13 km north of Bridgetown, one km north of Holetown...this property ranks with the Tamarind as the best value offering of Elegant Hotels of Barbados. — Star Service
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