Club Barbados Resort And Spa
The Club Barbados Resort and Spa is for adults only. The hotel has its own compact beach and sunbathing deck. Next door, you’ll find Simon Cowell’s favourite spot, Sandy Lane.
Palm trees surround the freshwater swimming pool. It’s split across three levels that are connected by trickling waterfalls. For something a little different, a whirlpool is only a few steps away.
During your stay, you’ll also have the choice of two restaurants and four bars. If you fancy learning more about Bajan cuisine and want to learn how to make your favourite dish, you can even take a cooking class.
Overview of St James
If you’re looking for golden coastlines, clear waters and rum-soaked evenings, a holiday to the Caribbean is perfect. Barbados is home to 92 kilometres of golden coastline, so at the Club Barbados Resort and Spa, you’re primed to make the most of the beautiful beaches.
Days revolve around the beach in Barbados but life isn’t lived in the slow lane. Off the coast, the waters are packed with coral reefs and marine life. Inland, there are plantations and forests to explore. Plus, there are also plenty of world-class golf courses where you can tee it up in the sunshine.
Things to do in Barbados
When you stay at the Club Barbados Resort and Spa, you’re on the outskirts of Holetown. As the island’s first official town, Holetown is an authentic and original slice of Barbados.
The beautiful beaches and local rum tastings are long-standing favourites with anyone on a sun-drenched holiday. In Holetown, the dining scene is beautiful, the rum is sweet and the duty-free shopping seemingly never ending – it’s no wonder the town is a favourite with celebrities.
Swimming is always on the menu down on the beach. The year-round warm climate means that the waters are always warm and excellent for swimming. The beach is also incredibly active, offering jet skiing, kayaking and snorkelling.
Paved with white sands, water-sports adventures and a whole host of eateries, on your holiday to Barbados you won’t have to worry about much more than where to lay your beach towel.