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MOST POPULARBridgetown
3 stars from S$ 100
4+ stars from S$ 186

Best Barbados hotels

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Radisson Aquatica Resort Barbados - Bridgetown - Beach
S$ 279+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Hilton Barbados Resort - Bridgetown - Building
Hilton Barbados Resort
7.4 Good
S$ 480+
S$ 480+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet-friendly
The Crane Resort
7.2 Good
S$ 274+
S$ 274+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Spa
Rostrevor Hotel
8.2 Very Good
S$ 198+
S$ 198+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Spa
Sunbay Hotel
7.1 Good
S$ 232+
S$ 232+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Blue Orchids Beach Hotel
8.3 Very Good
S$ 165+
S$ 165+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
O2 Beach Club And Spa
8.6 Very Good
S$ 968+
S$ 968+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Palm Garden Hotel
8.2 Very Good
S$ 144+
S$ 144+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Sea Breeze Beach Hotel
8 Very Good
S$ 706+
S$ 706+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Spa

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Low season

October

High season

December

Average price (weeknight)

S$ 731

Average price (weekend night)

S$ 756
Cheapest month to stay with an average 39% drop in price.
Most expensive month to stay with an average 115% rise in price.
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When to book a hotel in Barbados

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Top tips for finding the perfect Barbados hotel

  • Fairley Hill National Park was originally the site of a 19th-century manor house, now turned into a flora and fauna reserve. It’s in the town of St. Peter, and here you can book your stay at The Legend Garden Condos.
  • One of the most beautiful exotic gardens on the island can be found in the region of St. Joseph. Hunte’s Gardens is a wonderland of exotic plants, birds and animals. A recommended place to stay here is the Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa.
  • Harrison’s Cave is one of Barbados's natural wonders. Its huge stalactites and stalagmites are effectively and colourfully lit, and daily eco-tours take you further into this underground maze in the St. Thomas region.
  • Spend the day at one of the most secluded beaches in Barbados, Bottom Bay. It’s one of the most undeveloped stretches of coastline in Barbados, on the Atlantic side rather than the Caribbean side of the island. Here, Manderley Villas is an ideal place to stay.
  • Explore the swashbuckling history of Barbados at Sunbury Plantation Great House, a museum that started life as a mansion in 1660. It’s in the St. Philip region of the island and holds a fascinating collection of horse-drawn carriages. The Hilton Grand Vacations at The Crane makes for a good accommodation choice.
  • Book at least 24 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Barbados accommodation.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Barbados for 9 days.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Barbados

  • Where are the best places in Barbados for a quiet Caribbean holiday?

    Christchurch is one of the quieter towns in Barbados, and here you can stay at the Dover Beach Hotel, an elegant and sedate hotel built in the 1970s and located in the St. Lawrence area. Another quieter resort is Divi Southwinds Beach Resort, also in Christchurch. It’s close to Turtle Beach and also has its own private beach if you prefer. The Crane Resort in Bridgetown, an equally quiet area, is in the Diamond Valley neighbourhood and boasts an infinity pool and fitness centre.

  • Where are the best places to party in Barbados?

    The Caribbean islands are almost synonymous with reggae music and beach parties, and Barbados is no exception. The island takes on a completely new life at night, with the area of St. Lawrence Gap the main place to party. Here you can stay at the Southern Palms Beach Club or Bougainvillea Barbados. St. Michael also has more than a few party venues like Harbour Lights, offering a variety of both indoor and open-air live entertainment. Here, you can book at Accra Beach Hotel & Spa.

  • What annual events are good to look out for in Barbados?

    Barbados is very much a festival island and there are several that are worth looking out for when you’re planning a holiday here. Most festivals are held from the beginning of July into early August, with a few exceptions. The most famous is Crop Over, which originally celebrated the island’s sugar production industry and has since become an all-round celebration of island life in Barbados. The Reggae Festival is legendary across the Caribbean, drawing artists from the entire West Indies region in April. Live shows are held in various locations across the island. For techno music lovers there’s the Vujaday Music Festival, also in April.

  • What is the most popular destination in Barbados?

    Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Bridgetown (33% of total searches to Barbados). The next most popular destinations are Speightstown (33%) and Oistins (33%).

  • What are the most popular regions of Barbados?

    Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular region to stay in Barbados is Christ Church. Saint Michael and Saint Peter are also very popular.

Where to stay in Barbados?

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