Welcome to the sunny south coast of Barbados and one of its best new resorts. The four-star Sands Barbados resort opened in July 2019 and lies on its own white-powder beach, 15 minutes from both the airport and the lively island capital Bridgetown. Even closer sits St. Lawrence Gap in Christchurch where vibrant local restaurants, bars and clubs attract foodies and partygoers from far and wide. As a brand-new resort in a buzzy, sought-after neighbourhood, The Sands Barbados exudes contemporary cool, adding stylish surroundings and personalised service to its generous all-inclusive offering.
Family holidays to The Sands Barbados
Whether it’s a family escape, couples retreat or group trip, all types of holiday can be ideally hosted at The Sands Barbados. Room types are designed to accommodate a range of needs, with Studios and One-, Two- or Three-Bedroom Suites available with a variety of different views to choose from. Meanwhile, leisure and activities are on hand to satisfy guests of all ages. Dive into kayaking, hobiecat sailing, pedal boating, body boarding, snorkelling, and free scuba lessons in the saltwater pool. There’s even a heavenly spa on-site for all your wellness wishes. Retreat here for everything from face and skin treatments to body wraps, massages, waxing & nail services.
All Inclusive package at The Sands Barbados
The All Inclusive package at The Sands Barbados affords an array of dine and beverage options, as well as gym and spa access and non-motorised watersports. Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, all drinks (champagne excepted), bottled water and speciality wine are all included in the price of your stay at The Sands Barbados. The resort boasts two bars; the main bar is open from 10am till 10pm, with the second bar being open in the evenings only. There are two restaurants here too, serving a mix of table d’hôte and buffet options including island and international fusion cuisine. Little islanders will love the children’s menu, and vegetarians are well catered for too. Add a full selection of ways to relax or stay active, from gym and spa access to the aforementioned watersports, and the considerable charms of this chic tropical hotel are plain to see.
Please note: The Barbados government has introduced a tourist levy of $19.25US / $9.62BD per room per night, payable locally at your hotel. Please also note that some items in the à la carte restaurant will carry a supplementary charge. Please see 'Restaurants & Bars' tab for resort dress codes.