Ratings based on 24 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby John from Sale, Cheshire
This is a superb hotelPosted Apr 22, 2014
Pros: The location was great , right on the beach in a quiet spot but with plenty of activities close by. Good Reef right outside hotel beach
Location: The location was great , right on the beach in a quiet spot but with plenty of activities close by. Plentu of water sports and restaurants on hand,
This is a superb hotel , we enjoyed our stay so much that we moved back to spend the last couple of days of our Barbados vacation before flying home.
by Max from London
Nice hotel on the beachPosted Jan 6, 2014
Pros: good size rooms,very good food,on the beach.
Cons: Hotel lacks atmosphere, evenings extremely quiet.needs more entertainment
Location: West coast, great beach, plenty of water activity, sports bar across the road, top class restaurants within easy walking distance
Overall enjoyed the hotel, however, this hotel is ideal IF you just want peace and quiet...the food is of a good standard, however everything seems to come to a grinding stop at about 10.30 pm .. even on a friday and saturday night.
Recommendedby SuzieP from Chelmsford
Lovely friendly servicePosted Sep 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
The rooms were great, much better than expected - Lovely and spacious. Staff were very friendly too. I had booked a pool view but they view we had actually had a great view of the ocean too. Breakfast was included and that was very nice. Would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Barbados. Only a 5 min car/bus journey to holetown.
for Everyoneby JB from Southampton, England
Treasure Beach Barbados - recommended.Posted Aug 11, 2013
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Cons: leaving it .......
Location: super gardens, even better beach. nice small pool in hotel grounds
We were repeat visitors at the Treasure Beach. This was because it is not a faceless hotel - it is a hotel with staff that remember your name, will see to anything out of the ordinary that you want, and generally seem to like you being there. When we checked out, we walked out to the taxi, and the receptionist came after us and said ' can you wait a minute, Jason ( hotel manager) wants to come and say goodbye' Apart from hotel itself, we had a superb view from our rooms of what must be the best bit of beach in the area, if not the Island. Super for swimming & snorkelling, and there are turtles about 150 m from us. Last time we saw baby ones on the beach. overall, highly recommended.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Stay here!Posted Dec 19, 2012 on Hotels.com
The staff makes this quaint hotel what it is. They are friendly and anxious to please. Breakfast is cooked-to-order and included in the rate, and the view from the alll-open-air restaurant is gorgeous! While we lay on the beach the staff passed out glasses of ice water, fruit kebabs, and hovered nearby to make sure we were comfortable. There were very few beach vendors, which was refreshing for the Caribbean, and those that did come by were offering boat rides and foot massages instead of hawking their wares. The only tiny - and I do mean tiny - fly in the ointment was our bed wasn't all that comfortable. It was hard and consisted of two single mattresses pushed together and sheeted over to make a king, and we could feel the seam underneath. Treasure Beach is a treasure!
for Couplesby Danny
Close to some really nice restaurants.Posted Aug 16, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is the second time we stayed at Treasure Beach. We had a lovely time. However, one youg guest hosted a pool party one afternoon. Not very much fun for us.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Treasure Beach February 2012Posted Feb 14, 2012
Pros: Location on the beach
Small, butique style hotel with suites. Good privacy, nice views, excellent srvice.
Recommendedby Jennifer from Orange, Tx.
"Very personal, intimate hotel"Posted Jul 1, 2011
I was very pleased with Treasure Beach Hotel. The service is very personal and you feel more like family than a guest. The hotel itself was very quiet and relaxing without the busy "resort" feel. Breakfast was free with our booking and couldn't have been better: omelettes to order, fresh fruit and juices, toast, etc. Housekeeping was exemplary. I have stayed at many a hotel in the caribbean and this one was by far the cleanest. The housekeeping ladies were great. I would recommend this hotel to anyone wanting a quiet, restful vacation without a bunch of noisy kids and rowdy party people. The grounds were also beautiful and very well maintained.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Austin TX
Treasure Beach is truly a Treasure!!Posted Jun 11, 2011 on Hotels.com
Everything from our ride from the airport to the service at the beach was extraordinary!! Treasure Beach is a gem! The rooms (there are only 30ish) are a bungalow feeling. They are extremely clean and have all the conveniences you might need on holiday. I never wore shoes, except to go to dinner. The grounds are beautiful and the staff is just like family. The food at the hotel was yummy, and the rum punch divine. This is not a family hotel. This is a great place for couples or friends vacationing together. Restaurants are within a 10 min ride away, or there is a great bajan restaurant a few miniutes walk down the street for takeaway called Karibou. The beach is amazing and the hotel has an attendant to assist you with anything you may need while you are on the beach. The locals that walk up and down the beach are friendly and offer a wide variety of local goods for sale. A simple "No Thank You I am not interested" will suffice and they will move on. The best thing was getting a massage right on the beach by Eddie everyday with a rum punch! PARADISE!! Treasure Beach staff is very accommodating and will fulfill any request you might have. Treasure Beach is the best choice for a small, family (meaning staff), quaint atmosphere. This is the best place to go to totally relax!! We will be back next year without a doubt!!
for Couplesby A verified traveler from London
Very Relaxing, with excellent foodPosted May 1, 2010
We had an ocean view room - literally 10 metres from the waves and with marvellous views of the sunsets and the bay, We were lucky, however, as several of the ocean view rooms had a less impressive view, especially those on the ground floor. Pool view rooms and (particularly) garden view rooms had much less of a view. The room itself was very comfortable, clean and spacious, with an open lounge area, with fridge, at the rear of the balcony. The bedroom had lots of hanging space, and a large comfortable bed. The food at the hotel was magnificent. The chef has a real talent for creating imaginative dishes, and the restaurant, under an awning that was retracted when possible, was spacious. Service was friendly, relaxed and efficient. Breakfasts were very good apart from a lack of rolls, which were difficult to get hold of. A pleasant, complimentary afternoon tea is served each day at 4pm and cold towels and 'fruit kebabs' are brought down to the beach at 11am - much appreciated touches. The downside of the hotel is the shortage of shady areas near the beach. There is a magnificent mahogany tree, but the loungers under this end up very close to each other, making the area rather too crowded. The general atmosphere was one of peaceful relaxation and it if this is what you want then Treasure Beach would be hard to beat.