Sandy Lane | Barbados | If Only

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Converted from a sugar plantation in 1961, the multi award-winning Sandy Lane has since become synonymous with exclusivity and luxury.

The Palladian style buildings have a timeless elegance that blend beautifully with the classic décor, all conveying a bygone era when a trip to the Caribbean was exclusively for the rich and famous. Despite the sense of luxury and exclusivity, this resort offers a warm and authentic Caribbean welcome that keeps guests returning year after year.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 114 rooms and suites



Retaining the resort’s air of style and luxury, all of the spacious rooms are elegantly appointed and feature a large private veranda or balcony that overlooks the garden or the ocean.

Classic furniture and chic soft furnishings mixed with cool marble floors create a soothing atmosphere – a Caribbean home away from home. Marble bathrooms have separate bath tubs and shower as well as twin vanities.

Rooms and suites are available in a variety of categories, including the palatial 5 bedroom villa, complete with private pool and butler service.



Any visit to Sandy Lane should include the fine dining experienced in L'Acajou, a stunning open-air beachfront restaurant. French and Mediterranean cuisine, Old and New World wines and impeccable service are all accompanied by the gentle sounds of the waves.

More informal all-day dining can be enjoyed at Bajan Blue – perfect for its European, Caribbean and Asian-influenced cuisine as well as its not-to-be-missed Sunday Brunch and themed buffet evenings.

Served with style, Sandy Lane produces a sumptuous English afternoon tea under the shade of the mahogany trees on the lower terrace every day, while the Beach Bar’s charming atmosphere is the perfect spot from which to soak up sunset views and sample refreshing cocktails, spirits and beers.



Boasting three golf courses that offer some of the best golf in the world, Sandy Lane's courses include The Old Nine, The Country Club and the world-renowned Green Monkey: a Tom Fazio creation.

At the south end of the beach, the water sports centre offers water skiing, towable rides, kayaking, catamaran sailing - even a trip to swim with the turtles. Scuba diving and deep-sea fishing charters can also be arranged. For a more laid-back time on the beach or by the pool, the hotel provides reserved seating, cold towels, tropical drinks, sorbets, fresh fruit, sunglass cleaning etc.

Eight tennis courts and two padel courts, all floodlit, are available for guests and a qualified resident tennis professional is available for lessons.

In addition to the golf, tennis and water sports facilities, the gym and training area has a full range of LifeFitness aerobic equipment, Concept II rowers, a range of free weights, a Vibrogym and an exercise studio – all supervised by qualified personal trainers. There are also complimentary classes daily, including Pilates, spinning, circuits and yoga.



Beyond the impressive marble reception area, sweeping staircases lead to treatment suites, changing rooms and water therapies. The Spa at Sandy Lane draws on wellbeing traditions from across the world, all combined with a Barbadian sense of warmth.

The spa resort features hydrotherapy facilities, Jet Blitz room, Rhassoul and an outdoor shower experience.11 treatment suites, designed in granite and cherry woods, each have their own bathroom and private landscaped garden or hydrotherapy pool.



The Treehouse Club (for 3 – 12 year olds) is open daily from 10:00am to 5:00pm and 6:00pm to 8:00pm, has a playground area, swim hour daily, afternoon movie time, movie nights outdoors and indoors, and special themed children's dinner parties.

Located on the lower level of The Treehouse Club is The Den, a dedicated space for teens featuring pool tables, air hockey and foosball, a host of electronic and board games, jukebox and more.

Children under the age of 3 years can visit their own branch of The Treehouse Club when accompanied by an adult (parent, nanny, or babysitter).


Getting There


Approximately 40 minutes from the airport


Trade winds from the northeast mean conditions are generally comfortable year-round, while the busiest months with visitors to the island are December to March. To experience the best of the Bajan culture, a visit between the months of June and August will coincide with the festival of Crop Over with its music, parades, arts and crafts and culinary flavours.