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Jane AndersonLeading travel writer Jane Anderson

Barbados for adults

Our 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 Tropical Sky's selection on the swanky West Coast or more lively South Coast with some all-inclusives and more intimate resorts.

Recommended tour operator: Tropical Sky

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Tropical Sky says

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

  • 17 restaurants
  • Free weddings
  • Rooftop pool

The first couples-only resort in Barbados, Sandals Barbados gives you the chance to unwind, enjoy the sun and surf or simply lounge in your suite. Explore an impressive array of international cuisines, including Indian, Caribbean and Japanese, as well as enjoying free and unlimited land and water sports.

This all-suite resort includes several Sandals firsts, such as a four-lane bowling alley, men only barbershop and the first rooftop pool and bar.

The all-inclusive SoCo Hotel is a relatively new addition to the South Coast options and it’s proving hugely popular with honeymooners who enjoy the cool interiors and location with the bars and restaurants of vibrant St Lawrence Gap a short walk away.

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

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

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