Coral Reef Club
Staying at the Coral Reef Club in Barbados is like having your senses renewed. As you wander through the luscious gardens, the scent of casuarina and frangipani trees fill the air with a heady aroma, and as you head towards the beach, the foliage parts, the warmth of the sun beams down on your face, and the Caribbean sea whispers your name in the turquoise tides. Take a sip of the iconic rum cocktail – and enjoy all of this, the ultimate taste of Barbados.
Coral Reef Club effortlessly encapsulates the distinctive sights, sounds and tastes of the Caribbean whilst serving distinguished guests the finest in luxury accommodation. The O’Hara family has lovingly run this award-winning plantation-style resort for over 50 years, and in that time it has gained a reputation for being the domain of the rich and famous.
The reasons why will become abundantly clear when you step foot in this stunning luxury resort.
Nestled within twelve acres of luscious landscaped gardens, Coral Reef Club is the pride of Barbados’ West Coast. Renowned for its impeccable service, fine cuisine and stunning setting, this Barbados hotel is the epitome of West Indian elegance.
Set foot in the resort and you will be transported into the atmosphere of a bygone era, where enchantment and romance await at every turn. Colourful coral stone cottages peek out among the mahogany trees, all centred around a grand, colonial-style clubhouse. Dip your feet in the outdoor pool, relax in the verdant tropical gardens, or take a short stroll onto the pristine white sands of St James’ Beach.
This is the definition of a Caribbean paradise.
Inside each suite or cottage, you will find your personal retreat, each comfortably appointed, beautifully designed and stylish with garden, pool or ocean views. Yet, whilst this is a luxury resort in earnest, the friendly, long-serving staff create a true feeling of home, with that classic Caribbean welcome that keeps guests coming back year after year.
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January - April
8 hours 30 minutes
British Airways flies daily direct from London Gatwick. Alternatively, Virgin Atlantic has frequent direct flights from both London Gatwick and Manchester
Antigua, St Lucia, St Vincent and Grenadines, Grenada, Mustique, Anguilla, Cruise, USA, BVI, St Barths and St Martin
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