The Club, Barbados | Barbados | If Only

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160 rooms and suites are set through pretty gardens and on the shoreline, ensuring that the three pools and sandy beaches are never more than a short stroll away. Most rooms offer furnished patios or balconies, and the oceanfront suites have gorgeous views of the Caribbean Sea. The Sunset Restaurant and Lounge forms the hub of the resort and is where delicious food can be found throughout the day. Overlooking the ocean, this is the perfect spot to ease yourself into the day with breakfast and end with a nightcap looking out across the starlit sky. There’s also a delightfully authentic Bajan restaurant, Enid’s, which is open for dinner on select evenings each week and their scrumptious afternoon tea will satisfy even the sweetest tooth. The Rum Shop Bar is a take on the traditional Barbadian rum shops that you’ll see across the island, and is a fun, laid-back spot to relax with a cool beer. The Beach Bar sits under the swaying palms and is the perfect place to watch the vivid sunsets that the west coast is renowned for. With lots of water sports and a gorgeous white sand beach as your backdrop, this is the ideal resort for a child-free escape to the island of Barbados.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 160 rooms and suites



160 rooms and suites are set across the resort with a choice of categories available. Choose from rooms looking over the lush green of the gardens towards the sparkling swimming pool, or suites set on the shoreline offering wonderful views of the Caribbean Sea. Expect cool, tiled floors, whitewashed walls, and dark wood furniture, highlighted with splashes of turquoise and pale blue. All accommodation features air conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, mini fridges, and a king size bed. They also have private patios or balconies which are comfortably furnished, apart from the 4th floor garden rooms, which have panoramic windows instead.



The all-inclusive tariff at The Club ensures dining is on hand whenever you need it. The Sunset is the main dining space, it’s close to the swimming pool deck and overlooks the beautiful waters of the Caribbean Sea. Enjoy local specialities along with international favourites. The Sunset is open for lunch and dinner and serves a good cocktail too. On selected nights Enid’s, a wonderful Bajan-style restaurant, opens for dinner and this colourful restaurant offers a real flavour of the Caribbean along with bottomless spirits. There’s also a piano bar and a beach bar, where sipping a cold beer as the sun sets is a must.



Boasting a glorious location on the west coast of Barbados, it comes as no surprise that there is an array of watersports to enjoy. Head down to the beach to try your hand at Hobie Cat sailing, windsurfing, snorkelling, reef fishing, water skiing, sunfish sail boats, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boards. It’s all included, and the staff are happy to show you the ropes if the activity is new to you. A weekly activity schedule is given to guests on arrival and includes cooking classes, nature walks, and rum tasting, whilst evening entertainment includes beach parties, live music, and island-themed performances.



Included as part of the all-inclusive tariff is a variety of fun and energetic wellness classes. These incorporate morning stretch classes, Caribbean dance classes, aqua aerobics, and pool volleyball. Guests are also welcomed to make use of the on-site fitness centre which offers an extensive range of cardio equipment, weight training machines, and free weights. There are tennis courts and a day spa (additional charges apply) and the island of Barbados is renowned for its golf courses and the resort concierge are happy to make arrangements for guests including transport and tee times.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Grantley Adams International Airport


Approximately a 30 minute drive 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.