January 2, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Coral Reef Club in Saint James, Barbados
Centered on twelve acres of beautifully landscaped gardens on the calm west coast of Barbados, the family-owned and run Coral Reef Club is one of the finest and most tranquil resorts in the Caribbean. Following a major redevelopment that marked the genesis of new cottages with private plunge pools, this Small Luxury Hotels of the World member stands even more ready to receive guests with superlative accommodations, impeccable service, gourmet cuisine and hospitable comforts that are unique in the world today.
Spend your days splashing in the mosaic-tiled freshwater swimming pools, lingering over a Banks Beer in the bar, or working out the tension of daily life with acclaimed masseuse, Mathilde Scherr. Complimentary tennis clinics are available, and the resort is adjacent to the Folkstone Marine Park, which boasts the shipwrecked Stavronikita for experienced divers and an inshore reef of corals and sea lilies for snorkelers. Devotees of the waves can borrow a sunfish or Hobie Cat from the resort's own Water Sport Center, and golfers will enjoy access to the Sandy Lane Golf Course and the Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed course at Royal Westmoreland.
Location of Coral Reef Club
Nearest Airport: BGI
Reviews for Coral Reef Club
My husband and I have just returned from here. It was a truly excellent holiday. The staff are charming and nothing is too much trouble. The food is very good, we stayed on a half board basis and if we went out in the evening they would allow us to include lunch on our plan. We had a junior luxury suite which was extremely spacious with a lovely balcony. Our only irritation is the number of guests who reserve beds on the beach at the crack of dawn and then don't turn up for 3 or 4 hours, apparently against hotel policy. There are a number of comments about the advanced age of the guests. Yes there are quite a few oldies who have been coming for more than 15 years but there were plenty of younger people as well. The return rate speaks for itself and we shall definitely be back.
Shirley R - London, United Kingdom
We dropped in at The Coral Reef Club with a curiosity as My wife and I are big Agatha Christie fans. We were told by others to give the hotel a look. So pleased we did. We were staying in St Lawrence Gap so it took half an hour to get there. What a beautiful traditional hotel this is, it is an exemplar of a long standing family run establishment. We were shown some of the suites, took drinks and lunch. Lobster tail with king prawns in a salad...delicious! The location is everything you could want from a Caribbean hotel, staff and service not just friendly but attentive and interested. A delight for 4 hours, we will definitely be back for the overnight experience, quite excellent.
ColinoftheShire - Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Magical experience at Highclere. This is a 'couples friendly' resort with a colonial island feel. Each suite is named after a flower grown on the property. Well groomed pathways and grounds come 'alive' with tiki torches lit each evening providing a welcoming and romantic setting. The food is top notch from breakfast to dinner. Be sure to include at least 1 dinner while staying at this resort. Its tempting to try all of the 5 star dining in the area but this one should not be overlooked. Wait staff are superb! Housekeeping perfect. The Spa is well thought out and relaxing. The rooms are all well appointed and comfortable. Owners greet all guests upon arrival and departure adding a special touch - well done! To compliment your trip, ensure you book the "fast track' service through airport customs - the money is well worth the time savings. Upscale transportation is available through the resort. Location is a very short distance to upscale shopping at Lime Grove or more simply at the chattel shops. Restaurants to pre book or a must try - Italian, Daphnies - Upscale, The Cliff, Best seafood elegance - The Tides, Retro good times with finger foods/small plates - Scarlett, modern oceanfront - CInCin, just to name a few - enjoy!
V6894JCgeorgep - Windsor
We were recommended this hotel by friends and booked a junior suite which was on the first floor and overlooked the superbly maintained gardens and caught the evening sun on the balcony. The room, bed, furnishings, bathroom, cleanliness, towels, linen and toiletries could not be faulted - all good quality. The service was friendly and mostly efficient. evening entertainment was generally very good too. Lovely sized pool to swim and relax in peace on a sunbed away from the slightly cramped beachfront. We liked the hotel and met many couples and groups of friends who visited annually around this time. Not a young peoples resort generally but it could be if you prefer peace to parties. good atmosphere. Easy to get about Barbados from here and you can walk to the local restaurant for a change. Nice walk along the front as well to other hotels and villas. If we visited Barbados again, we would probably visit again.
Angie L - Dorking, United Kingdom
Only went to this beautiful place for lunch, but WILL be going back! Stepping into another era as you walk through the doors, a view of the sea and opulence all around. Everywhere is well maintained, service was friendly and unpretentious. Lunch menu and food outstanding. We asked if we could view a room and were given a tour of all of the different levels of the hotel suites! When visiting Barbados again, this is the place!
cookieGloucesterUk - gloucester uk