January 5, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Treasure Beach in Saint James, Barbados
Treasure Beach Barbados, a delightful and contemporary Caribbean boutique resort, is an ideal destination when the need to get away from it all presents itself. Each of the 35 suites, including a handful of premium abodes with private plunge pools and expansive verandas, spoils guests with island-infused décor and million-dollar views. The lush tropical setting is shaded by towering palm fronds and features an inviting freshwater swimming pool ideal for aquatic workouts or simple lounging. Al Fresco, the hotel's split-level restaurant, sits among the fragrant flora offering views of the pool and bright blue Caribbean waters. The menu showcases regional island fare, tempting umbrella-laden cocktails and an excellent selection of wines that would make any sommelier enviable.
This Windward Island hotel is situated along the beach on Barbados's west coast, an area known for its calm, tranquil waters. Guests enjoy complimentary snorkeling, and other sports - such as scuba diving, sailing or jet skiing - can easily be arranged through the concierge. The island's terrain and gentle hills are ideal for hiking and long romantic walks. The east coast, on the opposite side of the island, can get a little more wild with waves that crest along the shoreline and coastal cliffs that make a jagged edge above the sea. The island itself is surrounded mostly by coral reefs. If it is a relaxing and carefree getaway you yearn for, then Barbados and Treasure Beach can certainly fulfill your needs.
Location of Treasure Beach
Nearest Airport: BGI
Amenities for Treasure Beach
- General Information
- 35 Guest Rooms
- Only 12+ Years Permitted
- Private Dining
- Afternoon Tea
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Private Patios or Balconies
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Hair Dryers
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Private Pools
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Water Skiing
- Scuba Diving
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Treasure Beach
First time visitors to Barbados! A fantastic hotel. Magnificent suite with terrace. Wonderful sound of surf and tree frogs at night. Very friendly and helpful staff. Food was of a good standard although if you were staying longer than a week you will have had all the dishes on the menu however there was a special each night in addition to the menu so something for everyone. Can recommend doing one of the catamaran trips to swim with turtles. We used the company Stilletto who were fantastic. Would definitely return to this little piece of peace and tranquility.
Museo71 - Bromley, United Kingdom
Lovely hotel with all rooms as suites. Almost feel you are sleeping on the beach as all rooms are so close. Lovely Caribean decor, simple but chic with a great sitting room, outside balcony and large bathroom. Staff are the best, delightful and attentive with many staff having been there for years. The sundeds on the beach and poolside are excellent with beach towels and waiter service. Complimentary fruit and iced towels were a lovely touch. Breakfast and all food in the reaturant was lovely with views out over the pool and ocean.Very well situated, being close to evrywhere with a short taxi ride. The small, clublike atmosphere made for a great relaxing stay.
Sara B - Northwich, United Kingdom
A long time 32 years but although we have visited barbados regularly over the last 15 years and had lunch here most times this was an 11 night say . we found the "suites " pool or sea view a little small for us so chose the wonderfully named hemingway suite a very large suite of rooms with a large covered terrace large lounge and bathroom - someone mentioned that the late michael winner stayed here whilst the sandy lane was refurbed some years ago-we could imagine this . The staff are what makes the hotel richard in the bar, all the restaurant staff and the beach guys - we like the breakfasts and lunches - a word for the spicy gazpacho the excellent flying fish , blackened fish (mahi mahi !!) and burger with the very best crispy chips on the isl;and. Dinner was less attractive in the too brightly lit restaurant - a bit of a downer but - and I guess most people would not realise this - next door at the tamarind cove a very short walk there is life , music often , very good service and good food- we frequently went there . The group that owns this the elegant hotel group - has just bought the treasure beach as another reviewer has said lets hope they keep what is charming about treasure beach - the staff - whilst upgrading the facilities. Look forward to seeing it next year-incidentally the setting with that large mahogany tree in the middle framing the sea view is magical .
alanEastSussexUk - east sussex uk
What a great location, on beautiful Paynes Bay, where the fluffy white sand and the clear blue sea conspire to make this a recipe for a great holiday. We loved the traditional feel to the rooms, and the ample space that they offer, with great views.... and we particularly liked the fruit kebabs and ice cold towels which are brought to your sunbed every day.....a lovely touch. A very friendly and welcoming team, where Wayne and Ozzie in the al fresco diner have always got a story for you, and where Baker ensures that you 'keep cool' on the sunbed. There is loads to do on the west coast of Barbados, and the hotel is ideally placed to be able to visit the variety of eateries and bars that are on offer.
hendricks4Steve2017 - Newmarket, United Kingdom
My first time to the Caribbean and I think I found paradise! Two weeks at Treasure Beach and I could easily have stayed longer. The staff are amazing - all so friendly, helpful & accommodating. The dining staff Wayne, Kevin, Richard, David & Likita plus Rico & Baker at the beach - thank you all. Plus Camille who with a friendly smile ensured guests were happy As my Dad had a special birthday, we were given upgraded rooms which were beautiful We had half board which could be a little repetitive but the chefs happily altered meals if we asked and all was delicious. There are wonderful restaurants that are easy to get to if you fancy eating out. The hotel is right by the beach and the sea a delight to swim in I felt Jason, the Manager, to be dismissive , but that didn't spoil what was otherwise a holiday I will cherish with great memories. Who knows, maybe I will get to return! The hotel was being taken over by new owners when we left. I do hope they look after the great staff that are there and will not alter the hotel too much to take away it's present ambience