Almond Beach Resort

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Heywoods, Speightstown, St. Peter BB26013
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On Barbados' northwest coast, this resort on a 1-kilometer (half-mile) beach in Heywoods, St. Peter, is only 30 minutes from the capital, Bridgetown. read more
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We had a fabulous time during our stay at the Almond Bay Village. As my significant other said, "My only complaint is that I have nothing to complain about." Very happy with the service, location, amenities, facilities and hotel staff. The food at the resort's restaurants was extraordinary. The beach and pools were lovely. We recommend the Village to both couples and people with children, as the Village has areas/sections including hotel rooms, a gorgoeus pool and certain restaurants that are off-limits to those under 16 years of age.
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Jul 7th, 2002
St. Peters Bay

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Road View, Speightstown, St. Peter BB26025
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This Speightstown condominium resort is by the ocean, on the beach within minutes of Mullins Beach, Gibbs Beach, and Gibbes Beach. Also nearby are Speightstown Mural and Arlington House Museum. read more
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Battaleys Mews

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Mullins, Speightstown, St. Peter BB24017
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This condominium resort is located in Speightstown (St. Peter), close to the beach, Mullins Beach, Gibbs Beach, and Gibbes Beach. Also nearby are Heywoods Beach and Arlington House Museum. read more
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Sugar Cane Club Hotel And Spa

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Maynards, St. Peter, Speightstown, St. Peter 0
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Nestled graciously on the exotic west coast of Barbados, this boutique hotel enjoys a private location in a secluded setting and tranquil tropical ambiance. Sugar Cane Club Hotel and Spa offers one and two bedroom suites, all set up with a cozy living are read more
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What a find an absolute gem of a hotel. The general manager Roddy and his team make this hotel like a home. The hotel was purchased by Roddy's family in 2006 and it was closed for 2 years to be refurbished, all i can say is they have done a superb job. We found the public areas, the restaurant, the pool and the rooms to be pristine. If i was going to fault anything the air con unit being in the bedroom is a slight inconvenience as the lounge and bathroom can get a bit warm, but I am being picky here. The food at this hotel is stunning if you go full board be prepared to put weight on, we booked Bed and breakfast and mixed between eating in the hotel restaurant and cooking in the small but adequate kitchen in the room. However be warned Barbados is not a cheap place to eat out or buy food, so half or full board could be a good economic option. The hotel grounds are lovely and we only ventured to the beach on one occasion ( the beach is about a mile away and the hotel run a courtesy bus down and back). The Hotel has a great pool area which I think could be a bit busy if the hotel is full, we had no issue and really enjoyed our time around the pool. The Sugar Cane also has a gym, squash court and Spa, all of which are well equipped and i would recommend the massages. Overall we had a fantastic time that was helped by the Sugar Cane resort, the staff and the way they looked after us. We did get a tour of the 2 bed penthouse a couple of days before we left, had we seen it earlier in the week we would have upgraded. Having stayed in 5 star resorts around the world i would happily put the Sugar Cane up against them, an absolute find and we will return.
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Jul 8th, 2006