In comparison to destinations such as Jamaica and the Dominican Republic, Barbados doesn’t have that many all-inclusive resorts – which makes picking the right one even more crucial. So before you check in, check out our guide to the best all-inclusive hotels on the easternmost Caribbean isle, from affordable options to full-fledged luxury properties. These are the best all-inclusive resorts in Barbados, the ones that exemplify what makes Barbados tick — the places that incorporate the elegance and style of Barbados into an all-inclusive experience. This is how to choose a Barbados All Inclusive.
The Club, Barbados In St. James, this adults-only Barbados all-inclusive has 158 rooms, three pools, two restaurants and four bars – an impressive list of amenities for a value-priced hotel on an expensive island. Book The Club, Barbados.
Mango Bay Afternoon tea; beach butlers who proffer cold towels and fruit skewers; and a complimentary shopping shuttle into Bridgetown are a few of our preferred perks at this 76-room Holetown standout. Book Mango Bay.
Waves by Elegant Hotels
The newest Barbados all-inclusive is a hip, energetic property right in the heart of the Platinum Coast. It’s got gorgeous rooms and even comes with a free spa treatment. Book Waves.
Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels Families are drawn to this resort on beautiful Dover Beach in buzzy St Lawrence Gap, which has a kids’ club and splash pool to keep little ones entertained, and is only a 15-minute drive from the airport. Here, the beautiful turquoise of Dover Beach is truly the star. Book Turtle Beach.
Crystal Cove By Elegant Hotels This compact west-coast favorite near Holetown boasts a gorgeous beach and three-tiered lagoon pool complex, but we’re particularly enamored of the Cave Bar, niftily located in – you guessed it – a pool’s edge cave. Book Crystal Cove.
Island Inn This homey 24-room hotel (housed in an 19th-century rum storage facility in the historic Garrison area) is a good choice for business travelers with family in tow because it is less than a mile from the capital but also mere steps from the sand at Carlisle Bay. Book Island Inn.
Sugar Bay Barbados The former Amarylis Beach Resort has undergone a major renovation, with four restaurants and a central location just 10 minutes from Bridgetown and a great Barbados all inclusive option at a reasonable price. Book Sugar Bay.
Sandals Barbados The ubiquitous Caribbean hotel group’s latest (and possibly greatest) resort impresses with swim-up suites; butler service; and private soaking tubs on room balconies – all practically guaranteeing a romantic getaway for canoodling couples. It’s a new kind of Barbados all inclusive, and a new kind of resort for the region.