6 Barbados Resorts to Visit Right Now

barbados resorts port coverThe spectacular marina at Port Ferdinand in Barbados.
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Plainly, Barbados is one of the most complete destinations in the Caribbean. 

Whether you’re in the lap of luxury on the Platinum Coast, enjoying the energy in the St Lawrence Gap or exploring the delights of the island’s charming northwestern coast, Barbados has a rich tapestry of experiences and vacations for every kind of travelers — unique but with a universal quality. 

But the key to planning a great Barbados getaway is finding the right resort. 

You want to ensure that you have the right place to stay in the right corner of the island, one designed for what you like as a traveler and where you want to be. 

Thankfully, Barbados is filled with an exciting portfolio of terrific resorts, from the ultra-luxe to the all-inclusive to some great beach-club style hotspots, some for active-minded travelers, others for those in search of pure serenity. 

We’ve gathered six of our favorite resorts in Barbados right now, a mix of the newest and hottest places to stay along with some Barbados signatures, too.

Here are six Barbados resorts to check in to right now. 

port ferdinand pool
There’s no cooler pool anywhere in Barbados than this dramatically positioned overwater pool in the heart of the marina.

Port Ferdinand This just might be the best-kept secret in Barbados right now. The spectacularly designed Port Ferdinand is Barbados’ premier residential resort, meaning it combines the ease and comfort of residential properties with the luxury and amenities of a full-service resort. Set just outside Speightstown in the wonderful northwestern corridor of the island, Port Ferdinand features a collection of 46 opulently appointed units, some with private plunge pools, all set around a gorgeous marina setting. It’s just across the road from a privileged perch of beach, and while the dining, both in the overwater pool and the Dockside eatery, is terrific, Port Ferdinand has a party piece: it’s home to the only Nikki Beach in the English-speaking Caribbean. It’s the new luxury epicentre of the island. 

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