This hotel lies on the south coast of Barbados, along a broad white sandy beach. The complex is nestled on the lively St. Lawrence Gap strip with countless restaurants and going-out options. Guests are able to explore the welcoming culture and experience the peaceful days and lively nights. The hotel offers two restaurants including one beachside and three fresh water swimming pools.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located a mere 200m from the beach
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 10km from Barbados Airport
All of the air-conditioned suites include oversized terraces or balconies, which are perfect for enjoying a breakfast at sunrise. Also to be found within the rooms are an en suite bathroom, a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, a fully-equipped kitchen, a king-sized bed, a sofa bed, satellite/ cable TV, a video recorder and a room safe. The beach villas feature a balcony or terrace (with views out over the sea). All suites with one bedroom comprise a large balcony or terrace with charming views out over the gardens.
Food & Drink
A breakfast buffet and international cuisine are served at The Bajan Breeze Restaurant, open all day. It offers live music on Thursday nights and Bajan treats. Pure Ocean is a casual beachside bar and eatery serving breakfast, lunch & dinner daily.
Sports & Entertainment
Guests may choose to relax in the swimming pool or on the beach. Sun loungers and parasols have been laid out ready for use by guests. There are also two swimming pools available, floodlit tennis courts and a gym. It is additionally possible to try out diving, go snorkelling, fishing, windsurfing, sailing and golfing. Guests are able to discover the island highlights of Barbados and enjoy the perfect excursion thanks to the excursion planner.
First of all let me say the beach is AMAZING....You will Love the beach....Okay First of all the pictures on the website fooled me....Outdated facility, bathroom extremely small. When you turn on the...
Took a trip to the tube chutes with a group from work. Offers a nice conveyor belt ride to the top of the hill which will give you a minute to catch your breath before heading back down the hill. Nice lodge with outdoor fire ring to warm up and get a bite to eat if you're hungry. The fun part... Hook up with a large group and hold on to each others tubes while heading down the hill. We went so fast in a group of 12 that we were airborne over some of the humps, going past the end of the chute. If you go on a weekend expect crowds. Head in on a weekday evening to get some alone time with the hills.
We spent only one night between our holiday in St Vincent and our flight home. The room was a bit rough around the edges...a couple of chipped tiles, the inside of the fridge seamed dirty, the...
This is a nice little ski resort. If you are a good skier this place will not challenge you - but if you are just looking for some fun times on the slopes instead of being at work... this is your place. I was here for 2 hours and 15 minutes and got in 25 runs. The runs are short but during the day there were no lift lines. It was all man made snow but nicely groomed. I ate at the Last Run Deli and Bar... amazing food and actually normal prices. On a side note - this looks like a great place to learn. I will have no issues spending an entire day her with my daughter.
I have gone to Divi three times now. Just got back on February 16th. My mom has a timeshare there so we met her and my stepdad down there. I had been before so I KNOW what to expect.. however this...
This was my first time here at the end of December 2014. It is a small attraction located right off I-71 in Mansfield. It is a small snow ski place with no black diamonds and a tubing hill. Not all the ski lifts were open due to not having "actual snow" at the time. My boyfriend and I only did skiing because of the amount of money we were spending just for skiing. They're snow machines did a great job at providing something to ski on. Downfall of this place was that the trails were loaded with ice. If you are like me, I prefer "real snow" to ski over. Snow Trails only has one ski lodge. The food was ok but on the pricey side. So suggestion here would be to go into town (which is only about 5-10 minute drive from there) and get something say at Applebee's or any other fast food joint. There is ample parking available, so don't worry.
We had stayed at the Divi Southwards last in 2008 and we were pleased to see many improvements have been made since our last stay. The rooms are clean, the staff is very friendly and professional and...
This is our 3rd year coming to snow trails. We are from Tennessee and was told about this place and have kept coming back. Skiing is great. The ski patrol is wonderful and are close by immediately if you need help. All staff is super nice. Food in cafe is not a bad price. A family of four ate for $25 or less. Will be coming back.