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This is a beautiful resort, with its lush gardens and impressive 3-tiered pool, complete with waterfall and swim-up cave bar. Flowers cascade over walls and balconies, and everything leads down to a glorious beach with a generous array of water sports, including water-skiing, all free for guests. There is a fabulous kids' club which runs all day to keep the little ones out of your hair, allowing you to relax and enjoy the full range of facilities.
In St James, on a delightful West Coast beach. 15 min to Bridgetown. Transfer time from airport: 45 min.Larger Map
88 rooms on 2 floors in various buildings with no lifts. All with balcony/terrace, air-conditioning, satellite TV, fridge (unstocked), complimentary WiFi, safety deposit box and hairdryer. Pool Garden View Rooms with 1 king-size bed or 2 twin beds, sleep max 2 adults and 1 infant (upto age 2 years). All rooms are non-smoking.
Oceanview Rooms - with beautiful sea views and 1 king-size bed or 2 twin beds, sleeping max 2 adults. Junior Suite Pool/Garden View - with a separate sitting area and sofa bed, lovely views of the pool or garden, and 1 king-size bed, sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 child. Junior Suite Oceanview - as Junior Suite Pool/Garden View but with beautiful sea view, sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 child. 1-Bedroom Suite Pool/Garden View - bedroom with separate living room or loft suite with upstairs bedroom overlooking living room, living room includes sofa bed and second full bathroom, 1 king-size bed, sleeping max 2 adults and 2 children and 1 infant (upto age 2 years). 1-Bedroom Suite Oceanview - bedroom with separate living room or loft suite with upstairs bedroom overlooking living room, living room includes sofa bed and second full bathroom. 1 king-size bed, sleeping max 2 adults and 2 children and 1 infant (upto age 2 years).
Reflections Restaurant (non-smoking) is situated poolside for elegant dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and you'll find the Cave Bar (non-smoking) cleverly situated under a waterfall - but you won't get wet! Drifters Restaurant and Bar, is available for a more informal buffet lunch and à la carte dinner.
3-tiered swimming pool, 2 floodlit tennis courts, state-of-the-art fitness centre, kids' club (9.00am-4.30 and 5.30pm-9.00pm, 3-12 years). Free water sports: kayaking, boogie boarding, sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing and snorkelling.
Regular evening entertainment and weekly manager's cocktail party.
Room service (meal times only). Iron and board on request. Complimentary WiFi available throughout the resort. Laundry service*. Water taxi (subject to availability) to sister hotels on West Coast. Babysitting available*.
*Denotes local charge.
Child ages are up to and including 16 years.
Drifters restaurant and bar is open subject to occupancy numbers.
Dress code: Dining is elegantly casual after 6.00pm
All meals including afternoon tea and snacks. Local and premium-brand drinks and house wine (fine wine, Champagne and bottled water at extra charge). Exchange dining at sister hotel Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels (transfer extra). All activities and entertainment above unless otherwise stated.
5 nights: 1-28 Feb '15. 7 nights: 19 Dec '14-06 Jan '15.
This property may be unsuitable for some guests due to there being 22 steps to Reflections Restaurant, 18 steps to Cave Bar, pool and beach. The Virgin Holidays Special Assistance Team can be contacted by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0844 557 3998, Monday-Friday 9.00am-5.30pm.Check Prices Back to top
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Returned again and it blows you away. It is in the Caribbean so you get wet, blame god not the hotel. Food, atmosphere, service and every attention to detail are amazing and the staff are simply the... Read more best.They just keep finding new superstars like the newest kid on the block Shakira. Management should know how amazing she is with customers. Saw a poor report form someone in Stoke, baffling because at any level it does not reflect what is clearly the best resort in the Caribbean. Keep it up Crystal Cove. Read less
Have just returned home having spent 10 days at crystal cove. The surroundings and beach were fantastic. All the staff were friendly and extremely obliging, nothing was too much trouble which made... Read more for a good holiday. Food was on the whole excellent with plenty of choice. The only small negative was the room was a bit tired and could have done with an update. Read less
We have just returned from a 10 day trip to Crystal Cove where we had a really good time. We had a great sea view (room 115) looking out over Drifters and the room was comfortable with plenty of... Read more storage space.A problem relating to our patio door and air conditioning during our stay was quickly rectified. The grounds of the hotel were immaculate and well cared for and the beach was perfect with plenty of sunbeds. The food was good as was the service in both Reflections and in Drifters. The breakfast buffet was elaborate but the hot food could have been kept warmer during the course of service. All the staff were friendly and attentive and we would highly recommend Crystal Cove. Read less
Just returned from crystal cove, we have been many times before still the best asset Barbados has, our love to all the staff who always make our stay special. A testament to this hotel is the amount... Read more of repeat guests we meet every year we return. We feel we are part of the Crystal cove family and look Forward to seeing you soon. The staff will always endeavour to meet your needs and requests, you just need to ask. J and s Xxxx Read less
Last week, our group of 8 Canadian women spent a week at the Crystal Cove to celebrate our 60th birthdays. We loved the smaller size of the resort. Staff was superb, and the food was very good... Read more . Rooms were small-ish but lovely. Water sports were the main activities offered, and the resort might consider some evening activities, in addition to the live music, which was pleasant and not the 'shows' that other resorts put on. We would all go back. Read less