Barbados Beach Club

The Barbados Beach Club is a relaxing paradise. An hourglass-shaped pool looks over the beach and a pair of restaurants serve the freshest seafood on the island. During the day, the pool bar also dishes out local beers and rum cocktails.

The open-air Poolside Restaurant is the hotel’s casual dining option. It serves no-fuss food with views over the ocean and the pool. The Reef View Restaurant serves a great mixture of Caribbean and international cuisine, so you can remind yourself of home or immerse yourself in the culture.

Most nights, a poolside DJ gets everybody dancing, and local steel-drum and reggae bands also make regular appearances.

Overview of Maxwell Coast

The golden coastline of Barbados stretches for almost 100 kilometres. It’s a true retreat from the hustle and bustle of the western world and you’ll feel a million miles away from your worries and troubles.

Barbados may have earned the nickname ‘the platinum coast’, but there’s much more to the island than the beautiful beaches. At top hotels like the Barbados Beach Club, you’re in a prime position to enjoy the lively nightlife and experience the unique culture and heritage. For all these reasons and more, Barbados is a top location for a holiday to the Caribbean.

Things to do in Barbados

The Barbados Beach Club is located right on Maxwell Beach. Down on the sand, you can have a free go on kayaks and boogie boards.

It’s a few minutes’ walk to the heart of St Lawrence and the hotel rubs shoulders with high-end restaurants, karaoke bars and old rum shops – the locals will shower you with recommendations!

St Lawrence is also the party capital of Barbados, so expect a lively atmosphere in the evening when the many rum bars come alive. As you wander the streets, you’ll regularly hear live jazz and come across beach parties you can join.

You’ll fall in love with the rhythm of the Caribbean with a stay in Barbados.

Resort Summary

Maxwell Beach more than holds its own among its scenic south-coast neighbours, offering a chilled and slow-paced vibe. It really is one of the best destinations if you want a holiday with plenty of peace and quiet.

Like many of the beaches along the coast of Barbados, Maxwell has soft, white sand that’s just impossible to resist for relaxation. You can also hire sun loungers if you prefer to recline in style. Palm trees dotted along the beach create the backdrop to enjoy a romantic picnic on the sand. Alternatively, settle down at the wooden tables for lunch with a view. There are also several restaurants, and while you’re there you can also browse some of the souvenir stalls.