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Why we like it
- All rooms have private balconies or terraces with chaise longues
- The Sandpiper stands on a beautiful sandy beach gently lapped by turquoise waters and bordered by a tree shaded wooden deck
- The excellent restaurant is renowned for having one of the finest chefs in Barbados
- The spa at the nearby Coral Reef Club is open to Sandpiper guests
- The hotel offers a range of facilities and activities for children
Stay in the Tree Top Suite "Curlew" with a spacious terrace overlooking the turquoise sea.
All our guides have been charming and so helpful - the itinerary has been ideal for the time we had. It has been a fabulous holiday and a very memorable experience.
- AR, Derbyshire
The 47 rooms and suites are laid out in two horseshoe-shaped complexes leading to the beach. The one and two bedroom suites have separate sitting rooms and very large terraces as well as fully fitted kitchens. The two Tree Top Suites have their own plunge pools and outstanding interiors.
The interiors are beautifully designed, decorated and furnished - cool, muted colours meeting contemporary furniture to create a stripped back chic that is a real contrast with the vibrant colours of the surrounding gardens.
Barbados (British Airways and Virgin Atlantic daily from Gatwick; Virgin Atlantic once a week from Manchester)
8 hours 30 minutes
GMT -4 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
No mandatory vaccinations
Best time to travel
November - May
The best time to travel to Barbados is during our winter and spring months of November to May, though the average temperature is 86 degrees all year round making it an ideal holiday destination at any time. Tropical rains sometimes occur from June to October.
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