Barbados for adults

Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expertJane's verdict
There are plenty of family-friendly hotels in swanky Barbados, but very few options for honeymooners looking for an adults-only hotel. Choose from Classic Collection's selection on the swanky West Coast or more lively South Coast with more intimate resorts in great locations.

Recommended tour operator: Classic Collection

Classic Collection says

The tropical and exotic island of Barbados is now home to a number of adult-only hotels, the perfect option for honeymooners.

  • Intimate hotels
  • Great locations
  • All-inclusive options

A favourite is the intimate Treasure Beach Hotel by Elegant Hotels with just 35 rooms and a fantastic beachfront location on Paynes Bay. The glamour of the prestigious West Coast is all on your doorstep or you might prefer to simply relax together in the low-key atmosphere of this classy hotel. Opt for one of the deluxe suites to enjoy your own private plunge pool.

The House by Elegant Hotels is in a prime beachfront location, also on the West Coast. With just 34 rooms and suites, it’s as intimate as it is relaxed and the service here is something truly special. It has more of a cool and contemporary vibe and we love the fact that the wonderful Daphne’s restaurant is next door!

For something completely different and a bit quirky, Little Arches Boutique Hotel is one of a kind. There are only 10 rooms and there’s a hacienda feel to the design. Charming beaches, where you’ll find more locals than tourists soaking up the atmosphere, are in walking distance as is the famous Oistins village – you won’t want to miss the Friday Fish Fry.

We would be remiss not to include Fairmont Royal Pavilion – it does accept children but is a gem of a luxury hotel with all rooms facing the beach and some with direct beach access and butler service.

Click here for more about the our selection of hotels in Barbados. Also find the best time to visit Barbados.

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