Pear shaped, frequently called Little England. It was England’s second settlement in the Caribbean way back in 1627 (St Kitts was the first in 1623).
One of the most developed of the islands. Its size is similar to the Isle of Wight, and with probably the best infrastructure making it the ideal introduction to the region. It also has one of the highest repeat followings, drawn by the excellent hotels, the superb restaurants, the good beaches particularly on the West coast where all of our hotels are located.
Coral Reef Club and Spa is another Caribbean property with a long standing and totally deserved reputation for good service and elegant hospitality. Located on the west coast in a prime location, 40 minutes from the airport and 25 minutes to Bridgetown.
The Fairmont Royal Pavilion is one of the most popular hotels in the Caribbean, enjoying a superb beach front location on the prestigious West Coast of St James. The airport and the lively capital Bridgetown are 30 minutes drive, the delightful Speighstown 10 minutes. There are several Golf Courses close by.
St Peter’s Bay Barbados is a new luxury residential resort, offering high quality spacious accommodation that is ideal for families. The location is just a few minutes south of Speighstown in the Parish of St Peter, on the north west coast. The airport is 40 minutes, the capital Bridgetown 30 minutes.
Sister hotel to Coral Reef Club, equally elegant in a subtle deliberately conservative style. The Sandpiper Barbados is located on a small cove beach in St James on the highly popular West Coast, 40 minutes from the airport and 25 minutes to Bridgetown. The attractive village of Holetown, with its numerous boutiques and upscale restaurants and Limegrove shopping mall, is just a few minutes’ walk away.