The Club, Barbados Resort & Spa Adults Only – All Inclusive
What To Know
- Free WiFi with great coverage
- You book your dinner reservation at breakfast, so keep in mind when making other plans that meal times are inflexible
- The hotel doesn't have a private beach, but Sandy Lane beach is a five-minute walk and accessible during low tide
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at The Club, Barbados Resort & Spa Adults Only – All Inclusive in Holetown (Sunset Crest), you’ll be minutes from Sunset Crest Shopping Centre and close to Sandy Lane Beach. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Chattel Village and Holetown Monument.
Make yourself at home in one of the 157 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as phones with free local calls.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. If you’re looking for recreational opportunities, you’ll find a nightclub, an outdoor pool, and a spa tub. Additional amenities at this resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands. Guests can catch a ride to nearby destinations on the area shuttle (surcharge).
Food & Drink
This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Grab a bite at one of the resort’s 3 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Relax with a refreshing drink at a beach bar, a poolside bar, or one of 2 bars/lounges.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include limo/town car service, express check-in, and express check-out. Free self parking is available onsite.
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So many things that let this hotel down. NO mini bar even though all inclusive, most other hotels stock the mini bar with beers, cold drinks, water, as it’s nice to be able to have the option of a drink whilst in the room without walking to the hotel. NO free WiFi in the rooms only in allocated areas which is unreal in this day and age. This should be included.
The hotel really needs to get to grips with sun beds being reserved from 6am and some of them then left and not used until late morning. If you don’t get up early you don’t get a bed! A holiday is about relaxing now getting up at the crack of dawn for a sun lounger. Also some people put the towels out late at night - these should be removed by staff.
Having to book a table to eat for dinner, again another issue that really needs looking at. Most of hotels don’t require this. As for booking dinner for 8:30/9:30pm for some that’s too late and why should you be excluded from eating.
The rooms could do with a refresh. They are looking tired and dated now.
Some of the staff and good, friendly, some just not bothered and you can tell don’t have the enthusiasm.
To be honest not a place I would rush back to. So many other nicer, better places to visit considering the amount of money you spend to go to Barbados.
Had the usual two weeks (got back this morning) mostly same as usual with nice rooms good food, plenty of drinks & mostly great staff, just a couple of issues.
The hotel MUST get control of the sunbeds as at 06.30 there was not one available as they all had towels on but some were still not occupied by 12.00 which is just unacceptable. This requires the management to take strong action against selfish holiday makers.
There were a couple of staff whose customer focus was non existent, the worst example was Oakley who most of the time had a face like a bag full of spanners & clearly didn't care if she served you or not one evening we asked her for wine 3 times before we gave up & asked a supervisor who was most apologetic & did it herself.
But please don't think all the staff were like that because the majority were great.
Several nice small beaches within a couple of hundred yards, good water sports.
Mr Massiah the GM in his second year is making some good changes & Steven the new food & beverage manager seems good however I was sad to hear that Nello (Mr Everything) was retiring which is a sad day
When we raised some small issues these were remedied in a very timely manner
The room had a garden view with a balcony. We had an issue with the air conditioner in the living room but this was quickly solved. Restaurants were well run and the food was good. The only thing we didn't like was the small size of the beach. The swimming pools were very good and there were plenty of lounger chairs.
We must have stayed at The Club about 12 times now and this year were pleased to see many of the same friendly, efficient staff again and enjoy the very good food and well maintained grounds and gardens. We appreciated the new mattress covers for the loungers. Our garden suite room on the third floor had amazing high ceilings and we liked the white decor and linen which gave a calm and relaxed atmosphere. It was spotlessly clean.
I can understand that some guests might have issues. It can be a bit difficult to walk to one of the lovely beaches and information in the rooms could be better. A few notes on the back of a blackboard are not the best way of communicating daily activities. We knew the restaurant booking system but front desk staff should make sure everyone knows what to do.
Entertainment was certainly better some years ago when there was always a Caribbean night. However I prefer quiet to the continuous loud music you get in some places.
Activities were good, especially the walks and aquarobics. Watersports are not advertised very well and you need to be a bit proactive to get involved. There is certainly plenty to do and the proximity of the reef for snorkelling is an added bonus.
It is a pity if people don’t take part in some of excursions as Barbados is a very beautiful and interesting island.
The hotel suits us and we will hopefully return next year.
P.s re comments about rats..... not seen any at The Club. Do see them in London and most places in UK.
We stayed at The Club for 10 nights in November, our choice was based an the proximity to a really great reef for snorkeling and we were not disappointed, all the tour boats stopped just off the beach, so it’s obviously the best place to snorkel in Barbados.
Little or no beach was no problem as there is a beautiful sandy beach 30 seconds walk to the right and Sandy Lane beach a minutes walk to the left, take reef shoes to get over the rocks!
The resort itself is very relaxed, no issues with dress codes as per other reviews, but nice to dress for dinner, ie dresses for ladies and shirts for gents.
evening meals are mainly a la carte which is a shame because the food on buffet nights was much better, Enid’s restaurant though is great, be aware that you can book both 3 days in advance as the popular times book up quickly.
Staff are hit or miss, our room maid was great, Heather on eggs was lovely, but waiting and restaurant staff could be surly and less than helpful.
Generally the resort is quiet and chilled, none of your American pool music or games which was just right for us, a mixture of ages , but we did feel on the young side(56) Everybody mixed well and great for chatting to other guests or keeping yourself to yourself. All in all a chilled , comfortable resort and a great holiday