Hotels in Barbados

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About Barbados

Hotels in Barbados

Sun-drenched Barbados is an Eastern Caribbean island with gorgeous beaches and stunning blue seas. From its native turtles to fascinating museums and majestic sunsets, Barbados is the epitome of a perfect beach getaway. In its capital, Bridgetown, you'll find a beautiful port where yachts and cruising boats dock. The lively city is home to important sights including St. Michael’s Church, the Nidhe Israel Synagogue Parliament, the National Museum, and the George Washington House, a historic home which Washington visited in 1751. Head south-west for alluring beach resorts and hotels, and excellent restaurants. Barbados is also known for its rum, so make time to tour the Mount Gay Rum Factory or the Foursquare Rum Factory & Distillery. In the Scotland District, meanwhile, you can enjoy hiking through miles of unspoiled nature. If you’re searching for the right accommodation in Barbados, use Opodo’s powerful and user-friendly search engine. Simply enter your dates of arrival and departure, number of guests, and number of rooms to find accommodation to suit your needs and preferences. Its search filter also allows you to control your search parameters, displaying enticing hotel offers in a few seconds.

What to see in Barbados

If you want to combine sightseeing and the seaside, book a hotel in Barbados around Christchurch or Bridgetown. At both of these locations, you have the advantage of being near to the main attractions and the gorgeous beaches. Admire the fabulous Georgian architecture at the Garrison Savannah, an old military ground converted into a racetrack. Stop by at Barbados Museum for an introduction to the island's fascinating past or join a tour of Harrison's Cave, with its ancient rock formations. When it comes to beaches, take your pick from Miami Beach, which is in a protected bay, or Crane Beach with its white sands and roaring waves. For crystal clear waters and gentle waves, head to Carlisle Bay. Or to join dive tours of wrecks, head to Mullins Beach or Paynes Bay Beach. Don't miss the chance to visit Oistins and its popular fish market, where locals meet on Friday nights to eat, chat and dance to calypso or soca music. Keen gardeners will love the Andromeda Botanical Gardens, as well as the Orchid World and Tropical Flower Garden - you don't need to know anything about plants to appreciate the relaxing atmospheres and wonderful fragrances. For sweeping views of the island and more beautiful gardens, head to Gun Hill Signal Station, a 19th-century lookout post for sighting approaching vessels.

Where to stay in Barbados

Barbados is a holiday destination that offers a wide range of accommodation, whether you're looking for a cheap and comfortable hotel or something more luxurious. Book a place to stay on the south-east or south-west coasts if you'd prefer to be near a large choice of beaches, restaurants, shops, attractions, clubs, and lounges. These areas are served by buses and mini-buses that regularly run along Highway 7. Alternatively, taxis are readily available or you can easily hire a car for more independence and flexibility. North of Bridgetown is the west coast dotted with the palatial homes of the rich and famous as well as luxurious resorts and boutique hotels, but you can still find great deals on hotels and even all-inclusive stays. If you'd prefer a quieter location, book a room in Speightstown, a port town near Holetown. For those who want to get away from it all, the east coast is highly recommended with miles of empty beaches and rolling waves ideal for relaxation and surfing.