Why we like it
- The iconic Sandy Lane needs no introduction but what the brochures don’t convey is the genuine friendliness and enthusiasm of the staff, always a highlight when you stay here
- Bajan Blue offers beachfront dining for lunch, serving everything from fish and chips to roti, as well as the famous Sandy Lane afternoon tea every afternoon
- The two-bedroom suites offer families plenty of space, with a master bedroom plus second bedroom, both with private bathrooms
- The Spa is extensive and each treatment suite has its own private landscaped garden or hydrotherapy pool
- The freeform pool with cascading waterfalls, fountains and a swim up bar is great fun for families
- The Sandy Lane signature bright pink décor is extended to the beach umbrellas which can be seen from the aeroplane window when coming in to land at Bridgetown
About Sandy Lane
Framed by 380 acres of tropical gardens that lead down to one of the best beaches in Barbados, Sandy Lane is always ranked amongst the best resorts in the Caribbean. Its classical Palladian-style interior exudes elegance whilst the attentive staff are always on hand to ensure an exemplary service.
The resort has 112 Orchid Rooms, Luxury Orchid Suites and Penthouses as well as Ocean Rooms, Luxury Ocean Rooms, Dolphin Suites and Luxury Dolphin Suites. All are spacious, averaging 900 square feet, and luxuriously appointed, with Italian marble floors, plantation-style furniture, large private verandas, flat-screen televisions with in-room entertainment systems. All have personalized private bars and parabolic speakers on the veranda and in the bathroom.
It is easy to see why this resort has become the favourite haunt of the glitterati and royal society.