Overall I will have to get this hotel a 4 the reason why I will give it a 4 is because our room had a mildew smell. However, they did not hesitate to move us to a different room. I totally enjoyed the staff and the resort was very elegant.
Traveller from Atlanta
Located in St. Lawrence Gap, this beachfront resort is in the entertainment district and within a 15-minute walk of Dover …More
This is a hotel with its own soul. Sure it is not a 5 star monstrosity, but it is quite unique in its class.
THE STUFF. Genuine smiles, honest “Good Mornings" and "Yes Please’ses", kindness and calm approach to just about everything you would ask for. I had an issue with after surgery pain in my foot, so walking the stairs is a challenge for me. Hotel Manager Nicholas moved us to lower level to assure the comfort. WI-FI is all across the complex, but because of our business needs, we needed it to be extremely stable. New room recommended by Nick was perfect.
Front desk crew, kitchen stuff, room service and just about everybody in the hotel very were very friendly, helpful, smiling and accommodating. I’ve been to many Caribbean hotels, but I must say Savannah’s crew is just different. Positively-kind-genuine-twisted different….
THE FACILITY. Green inside out, plants, trees, flowers. Beautifully designed pool, with bridges and mini water ways, all under green tropic plants. Hotel is an old 19th century Plantation House converted into modern and comfortable hotel complex. Beach is clean and compact, with plenty of green. Though, there are some pebbles; for swimmers, there are a sandy beaches just steps away. Food is excellent and very typical to the region. Conclusion: best money ever spend on this little jewel in Bridgetown. Strongly recommended sweet Caribbean hotel with a special soul, for budged or not budged minded visitors.
Traveller from Brampton Canada
Situated 2 km (about 1 mi) south of downtown Bridgetown on Barbados, this resort hotel terraces down a low hillside to a …More
Excellent views! Room was small but great for a couple. Most of the staff was not friendly. The towel guy had a flat affect and did not greet us or even smiled. He made us return to lo by to get towel cards even though no one else was there and he was just sitting in his post. The reception lady was okay but not conversant. The restaurant servers were better. There was no WiFi at all. Receptionist did not even make an attempt to call the service provider. Overall, it was clean and had great outdoor space to lounge, and relax.
Traveller from los angeles, CA
This boutique Caribbean hotel is situated above the soft white sands of breezy Silver Point Beach on Barbados' south coast …More
Good rooms would be a realistic summary all pretty much with a full or part sea view. Lovely friend staff giving the hotel a Personalised Bajan feel as opposed to your large commercial hotels. Good food for an all inclusive and very tasty chicken and Beef Bbq slips. I felt the hotel was great but feel that it may be a little overpriced by say £100. : £150 per week on average per person AI. Needless to say great service and enjoyable. Some very funny staff made our holiday very enjoyable.
Traveller from Buckinghamshire, Uk
Offering direct access to the beach, this Oistins resort is in the entertainment district and within 1 mi (2 km) of Maxwell …More
Lovely little boutique hotel. Staff are fantastic! Very helpful with restaurant recommendations. Very comfortable room - would recommend poolside rooms especially - rooms 5, 6 and 7! Housekeeping ladies do a great job - rooms are always immaculately presented. We had breakfast included - hot and cold options available.
Traveller from Ireland
Nestled on the beach, this Oistins hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Miami Beach, Christ Church Parish Church, and South Point …More
Christ Church’s tourist areas, like Dover Beach in St. Lawrence Gap, tend to skirt the coast. “The Gap” is the island’s main nightlife hub with its bars and restaurants. Nearby, Needham's Point combines calm waters and military history. The 17th-century St. Ann’s Fort houses the island’s military. The rugged east coast is an easy drive from Christ Church. Bathsheba Beach is popular with surfers.