The Sandpiper | Barbados | If Only

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The Sandpiper has been run by the same family since it was built in 1970. Set in rich gardens amid tropical flowers and bushes, the hotel looks out over a white sand beach to the turquoise West Coast waters. Friendly, attentive service creates an atmosphere of relaxed luxury in this private retreat.


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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 50 rooms and suites



The Sandpiper’s 50 elegantly furnished and decorated rooms have either a furnished patio or balcony. Pops of Bajan colour and design add personality to the cool, neutral interiors.

The two Tree Top Suites offer you even more room with a spacious living room and dressing area, as well as an open sun deck with private plunge pool.



Locally sourced produce features prominently on the eclectic menu at The Sandpiper’s restaurant. Caribbean flair and European and Asian influences create wonderful dishes to remember. There’s low-key live entertainment most evenings, from jazz and reggae to calypso, as well as a Sunday night barbecue with a steelpan band. Head down to Harold’s Beach Bar for a light lunch or an evening cocktail in the open air.



Relax beside or in the resort’s two pools, including a 60 foot lap pool. The resort offers complimentary non-motorised water sports to guests, including kayaking, Hobie Cat sailing, paddle boarding, Laser and Sunfish sailing and snorkelling. Learn to scuba dive at the dedicated school at sister property, Coral Reef Club.


A tropical garden paradise at sister property Coral Reef Club houses The Spa. An outdoor hydro-pool, open-sided relaxation room and shaded cabanas allow nature to play its part in the therapies on offer. Complimentary transfers are provided for guests at The Sandpiper for the two-minute drive to The Spa.

The Gym is equipped with treadmills, a rowing machine, bicycles, cross trainers, dumbbells and weight machines for workouts at all levels.


A summer family programme for children aged two to twelve includes sailing trips and swimming lessons. Older children can enjoy complimentary Hobie Cat, Laser and Sunfish sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding and snorkelling, as well as tennis lessons from the resort’s professional.


Getting There


Approximately 40 minutes from Grantley Adams International 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.