One of the top adults-only resorts in Barbados has officially reopened, Caribbean Journal has confirmed.
The Club, Barbados, Elite Island Resorts’ signature all-inclusive on the island, began welcoming back guests this week.
“The Club Barbados is now open,” the resort’s team told Caribbean Journal in a statement.
It’s a big boost for the island’s Platinum Coast, with the return of the 161-room resort and spa.
The resort, set around 20 minutes away from Barbados’ Grantley Adams International Airport, is perched on five acres of tropical gardens and beachfront.
And it’s an even bigger boost for Barbados, which continues to seek North American travelers in its latest tourism push.
Amenities at The Club include three swimming pools, a hot tub, a spa, a sauna, tennis and a range of waterspouts, too.
The Club is part of the Elite Island Resorts portfolio, which includes a collection of eight all-inclusive resorts in destinations including Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Panama and Barbados.
The resort is open to “couples, friends and family 16 years of age or over,” according to Elite Island Resorts.
It’s “the perfect Caribbean destination for romantic getaways, group retreats, and unforgettable reunions,” the resort says.
Barbados recently lifted all of its travel protocols, meaning travelers need not show proof of vaccination or a test result in order to visit the island.
In other words, getting to Barbados is just like it was before the pandemic.
For more, visit The Club, Barbados.