Sandy Lane, ideally located on ‘The Platinum Coast’ of Barbados is the very definition of luxury, and is renowned for its prestige and outstanding level of service. Staff are friendly and hospitable yet discreet, rooms are stunningly appointed and your every whim is catered to.
Relax on a sun-lounger, or take a long beachside walk: the hotel occupies a premium position on a coral shore backed by mahogany trees. Nearby, guests will find the hotel’s 7,500 square foot pool boasting its own waterfall, nestled in impeccably maintained tropical gardens.
Those who wish to pursue an active holiday have a wealth of options, including three golf courses, and a full range of watersports at the Beach club. After a long day, curl up in the book lined library, or indulge in the 47,000 square foot Barbados Spa, which offers guests hydrotherapy, Jet Blitz room, numerous treatments or the new Rhassoul and outdoor shower experience.
All of the rooms and suites in Sandy Lane are designed with discreet luxury in mind, offering comfort and elegance. Sandy Lane is ideal for both couples and families, and the Treehouse Club for children offers a playground; daily morning, afternoon and evening programmes; a daily swim hour; special family programmes; children-themed dinner parties and more. The four restaurants and seven bars mean you will never be short of options when it comes to fine dining.
Guests booking Half Board at Sandy Lane get the following inclusions: Roundtrip airport transfers; one executive car per room provided guests are on the same aircraft; one luggage vehicle if requested at the time of booking; plus dinner at the resort from L’Acajou Restaurant and Bajan Blue.
Please note: Sandy Lane has a dress code for guests using the restaurants, bars and facilities. Clothing for the pool and beach should not be worn in the restaurants and bars, and cover-ups should be worn during the day while dining casually at Bajan Blue, the Beach Bar and throughout the hotel’s public areas. Long trousers and collared shirts should be worn in the restaurants, bars and public areas after 7pm.
Please note: The Barbados government has introduced a tourist levy of $17.50US/$35BD per occupied bedroom per night, payable locally at your hotel.