November 6, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Crane Resort in Saint Philip, Barbados
Situated on one of Barbados's best beaches and touted as the first resort to grace the Caribbean, The Crane Residential Resort is an haute and historic retreat at once. Overlooking Crane Beach, the original hotel - once a 19th-century mansion - has been restored to its original splendor. Each of the rooms enjoys high ceilings, hardwood floors and authentic antique furnishings, coupled with oversize four-poster beds carved from mahogany. Complementing the historic mansion are the newly-built Junior Suites with Garden View, featuring bay windows with cedar shutters, mini-kitchens and a furnished balcony or terrace. The Private Residences are also available and come with incredible amenities such as coral stone walls, private plunge or full-size pools, and all the privacy you can envision.
The Crane Residential Resort houses some delightful dining venues including L'Azure Restaurant, known for its tempting range of classic Caribbean dishes, fresh seafood and panoramic ocean views. Nestled at the heart of charming Crane Village D'Onofrio's is perfect for families with younger children. There is a wide choice of pizzas and pastas, as well as Old World classic dishes. The Grove Bar & Grill offers casual beachside dining in authentic Barbadian style. Enjoy the Carriage House Poolside Restaurant, a century-old stable transformed into a chatty space where guests can enjoy divine food and tropical cocktails all day long. Swim in one of four sparkling pools, including an infinity-edge design as well as another pool that teeters on the edge of a cliff. The beach, with its powdery texture and lush coconut grove, is protected by a natural coral reef and offers the best swimming on the island
Location of The Crane Resort
Nearest Airport: BGI
Amenities for The Crane Resort
- General Information
- 252 Guest Rooms
- Poolside Dining
- Outdoor Dining
- Private Dining
- 5 Restaurants
- Sushi Bar
- On-Site Amenities
- Shuttle Service
- Fitness Center
- Live Entertainment
- Provisioning Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Satellite Television
- Marble Bathrooms
- Whirlpool Bathtubs
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Services
- Food & Wine
Reviews for The Crane Resort
Very courteous, professional staff that paid attention to every detail during our stay. The resort is just beyond beautiful, and although the restaurants were a little pricey, it was well worth the cost (have to realize that a lot of products are imported, so...) Beyond our expectations in every way and we can't wait to return!
O6030DGandreae - Plymouth, United States
Our family and three others decided to have a staycation in Barbados, and we chose the crane. From start to end the vacation was excellent. One usually hears that I Barbados tourists are made to feel more welcomed than locals. This was not so at the Crane, my family totally enjoyed the visit, the kids loved the kids club (special thanks to the aunties in the club). There was a little problem with the AC in our room but as we were hardly in the room in the day this was not a problem. There was very little to complain about and lots to be very happy and contented with. For a family get away I highly commend the crane.
walexmcd - Bridgetown, Barbados
Not a great experience. Evening arrival, no mini bar not even a bottle of water in the room. No slippers, no umbrella either. Hotel felt under staffed particularly in our second week when there was a jazz festival on locally. Staff were pleasant but too thin on the ground. Poor poolside drinks service and options for lunch. Took days to get in for a spa treatment. Worst waits for meals were in the Azure where we waited 50 minutes for a bowl of soup on Sunday the 8th and this morning when we waited one hour and twenty seven minutes for breakfast! Really not a five star standard, past its former glories do yourself a favour and stay elsewhere. I asked for a late check out today and was told I can only ask on the day of my checkout and there would be a cost. When I commented that I was having a bad experience the receptionist said this was a shame but made no effort to find out more!
Dean W - Leicester, United Kingdom
My husband and I celebrated our 3rd anniversary here! First time on the island and we loved it! We had a 4th floor suit, with amazing views of the resort, the pools and gorgeous ocean. The suite had a washer/dryer which came in very handy. We also used the spa and had a great couples massage - it was very relaxing. The restaurants were amazing for dinner (the lunch options are not as plentiful) it was like having dinner at a 4 star restaurant every night! The coffee shop had the best iced coffee (I barely missed Starbucks). The staff was very accommodating, especially Jason Harper who from our first day, was very helpful and always making sure we had what we needed. The views from our room the view from the restaurants, the view from the stairs down to the beach are all UNREAL! I felt so at peace and relaxed. I took more pictures than I can count and felt that none did the natural beauty the justice of experiencing them in person. Although my initial impression of the lobby (not very grand) was a bit underwhelming the rest of the stay surely made up for it! Highly recommend this resort and if you are looking to book the all inclusive feature, just ensure the site you use quotes you the price with meal plan!
R A - Danbury, Connecticut
We did really enjoy our stay here with our friends and for the most part the resort is great, however there are issues that need to be addressed to reflect the supposed standard of 4-5 star. Pros: relaxed and quiet atmosphere, friendly staff, free to use sports (gym/tennis), colonial style (rather than bland/modern), food of decent quality but can be a little expensive, A/C in rooms OK, nice gardens. Cons: plumbing including pumps desperately need a good service (no change from 4 years ago) - e.g. plunge pool circulation and spa not working, low pressure on water feed to room on occasion. Some areas of the facility appear a little run-down, the lift to the beach out of action for over 2 weeks, first-aid facilities of a poor standard (I would hate to need emergency care, particularly on the beach where there does not appear to be any form of telephone communication to the hotel), Specific issue to watch out for is room security. There is a safe in the apartments - our advice is always use it. When the maids service the rooms they leave the front door open and the problem with that is that while they service the rear bedroom the rest of the apartment is open to anyone who wishes to walk in without them hearing. Unfortunately we learnt the hard way and had a Kindle disappear.
DPM59er - Southampton, United Kingdom