Rich in history and culture, this small island has its own distinctive identity, passionately expressed through its local customs, traditions, art, lively music and exceptional cuisine. As the “Culinary Capital of the Caribbean,” Barbados brings together the influences of African, Caribbean, West Indian and European delights to create a unique culinary experience. Of course fish is a mainstay, including Flying Fish - a national symbol of Barbados.
Sightseeing on the island is a pleasure with many unique natural phenomena, historic UNESCO World Heritage sites and rich cultural attractions, but it is the friendliness of the people that will leave a lasting impression.
Our hotel during our stay is The Barbados Beach Club - a great-value, moderate All-Inclusive resort located on the south coast in laidback Maxwell Gap. The hotel is ideally situated on the beachfront, steps away from the inviting white sands and turquoise sea. You may prefer to lounge by the beachfront poolside with a rum punch in hand. This is also the spot for an early morning dip or or to join a water aerobics class. Enjoy the water toys such as kayaks, paddle boats and snorkeling equipment - available on-site and included in your All-Inclusive stay. Within walking distance or a short taxi ride away is bustling St. Lawrence Gap with its many restaurants including karaoke venues, sports bars and classic old rum shops.
3 meals daily, afternoon tea and unlimited beverages (soft drinks, juice, beer, wine, local spirits, cocktails and smoothies) are all included during your stay. At the hotel you can choose from two on-site restaurants offering an array of local and international cuisine throughout the day. There is local entertainment during the evenings.
Hotel guestrooms are simply furnished and include individual air conditioning, safe, mini-fridge, complimentary WiFi and private balcony.