Luxury hotel holiday Colony Club Barbados

For many years Colony Club has enjoyed a well-deserved reputation among our clients as a regular holiday destination for couples and families alike, catering for children of all ages. A holiday here can be filled with relaxation, or with numerous activities, such as exploring the nearby sights of Barbados, and undertaking land and water sports.
Included in your Expressions holiday
  • Accommodation in a double or twin room on bed and breakfast
  • Scheduled flights with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic London to Barbados
  • Private car transfer airport to hotel and back
  • Concierge service and Expressions Holidays regional helpful hints
  • Optional room, board and flight upgrades. Details on request

Luxury bepoke holidays to Colony Club, Barbados

Colony Club is an luxury boutique resort which combines colonial-style architecture with luxury amenities and a beautiful coastal location. Guests can enjoy superb spa facilities, delicious cuisine and a variety of tailored excursions in this tranquil retreat.

Facts in brief

Location On the west coast

Annual opening All year

Closest airport Grantley Adams International Airport

Distance from airport The hotel is about 45-minutes' drive from the airport

Hotel facilities and services

Four freeform freshwater swimming pools and jacuzzi, Two restaurants, Beach ambassadors provide complimentary towels and fresh fruit, Water sports, Scuba diving instruction in pool, Diving, riding, fishing and golf can be arranged, Two floodlit tennis courts, Laundry, Beauty salon, Gift shop, Fitness centre, Spa treatments, Room service. The hotel is located on a sandy beach.

Complimentary

Caribbean cocktail on arrival, full breakfast daily, use of fitness centre, motorised water sports (excluding jet ski), WiFi in guestrooms and public areas, water taxi transport between west coast properties, kids' club (seasonal).

Complimentary watersports

Waterskiing, Windsurfing, Sunfish sailing, Hobie cats, Dinghy sailing, Kayaks, Boogie boards, Snorkelling. Scuba diving can be arranged. Children's life jackets are provided for water-based sports including boat trips.

Land sports

Tennis, Fitness centre, Volleyball, Basketball.

Out and about nearby

Shops, restaurants, handicrafts and arts are located just 10 minutes away from the hotel. Bars and restaurants can be reached on foot and by car. Golf is available at nearby Royal Westmoreland and Sandy Lane.

Sports nearby

Golf, Diving, Horse riding.

Special offers for this holiday>

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Pool or Garden view double or twin room for 7 nights

From about

£1,665 low season

£3,120 high season

Holiday Code CE04

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bepoke holidays to Colony Club, Barbados

Colony Club nestles in spacious tropical gardens of lawns and coconut palms that flank a marvellous beachfront of soft golden-white sand, lapped by the azure sea of Barbados. The Colony Club hotel has an elegant yet informal atmosphere. Colonial-style architecture and traditional touches lend an air of bygone charm, yet the swim-up bar and extensive swimming lagoons and streams that meander through the Colony Club resort offer contemporary holiday attractions. In the daytime you can soak up the sun by the swimming pool, relax on the sandy beach, try your hand at numerous water sports such as waterskiing, banana boats and paddle boarding offered by the Colony Club or enjoy a game of tennis in the early morning or late afternoon. Come nightfall, enjoy an aperitif in the comfortable Planters Cocktail Bar before dining at Colony Club's Sunset Deck by the beach, where you are served Bajan and international cuisine in a cheerful, relaxed atmosphere. The 96 bedrooms at Colony Club vary in size and location but are all spacious and well furnished. Guests can also enjoy the complimentary water taxi to other west coast Elegant hotels.

Room descriptions

Colony Club has 96 rooms with air-conditioning, safe, balcony or patio, fridge, hair dryer, telephone, cable television, tea and coffee making facilities.

Pool or Garden View Room with pool or garden view
Luxury Poolside Room
Luxury Swim-Up Poolside Room ground floor room
Ocean View Room with ocean view
Junior Suite with pool/garden view
Luxury Ocean View Room
One Bedroom Suite with ocean view

Special offers for this holiday>

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Pool or Garden view double or twin room for 7 nights

From about

£1,665 low season

£3,120 high season

Holiday Code CE04

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bepoke holidays to Colony Club, Barbados

The journey and how you get there

For a holiday to Colony Club Hotel in Barbados, Expressions Holidays includes flights from London to Barbados with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic. The flying time is about 8 hours and 30 minutes. Colony Club Hotel is a 45-minute drive from the airport and Expressions Holidays will organise return private car transfers.

Additional information

Minimum stays: Minimum stay of 7 nights from 19 December 2019 to 4 January 2020. Minimum stay of 5 nights in February 2020.

Children: Children under 13 are not admitted at Colony Club between 1 and 29 February. The first child aged up to 12 is free of charge during the rest of the year when sharing with two adults. Children must be over 16 years old to access the spa. Children must be over 12 years old to dine in The Orchid restaurant. Children under the age of 16 cannot occupy a room by themselves.

Special offers

Honemoon offer 2020 Book a honemoon stay of 5 nights or more and receive a bottle of sparkling wine and flower petals in room on day of arrival.

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Pool or Garden view double or twin room for 7 nights

From about

£1,665 low season

£3,120 high season

Holiday Code CE04

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bepoke holidays to Colony Club, Barbados

About Barbados

An Expressions tailor-made holiday to Barbados is highly recommended as a destination for a first-time visit to the Caribbean, for those looking for excellent standards of accommodation, or if you want a tropical beach holiday with plenty of sightseeing activities and places to visit around the island. Perched in the sea to the east of the Windward Islands, Barbados is an immensely satisfying luxury holiday destination. The best hotels and resorts in Barbados are mainly found along the west coast, including The Sandpiper, a hotel offering a relaxing environment with a wide range of activities available; and The Coral Reef Club, an elegant and refined hotel with an old-world colonial feel amid beautiful gardens. Without the mountainous tropical rain forests of the Windward Islands, Barbados has natural attractions of its own: acres of rolling green sugar cane fields, exotic trees and shrubs such as banyan, mahogany and flamboyant poinsettia, a breath-taking coastline of soft sandy beaches lapped by the calm turquoise waters of the Caribbean on the west and expanses of wild surf crashing onto the wide sandy beaches of the Atlantic east coast. As you drive across Barbados you glimpse fine colonial-style plantation houses and come across villages brightly painted in classic Caribbean colours, surrounded by gardens of frangipani and hibiscus.

Highlights of Barbados

Local cuisine including Fish dishes such as flying fish, dolphin fish and kingfish. Banks beer and Mountgay rum. Barbados has numerous restaurants of a very high quality, many of them along the west coast, including the Cliff and Carambola. Mullins beach bar south of Speightstown. Bathsheba and the east coast with its miles of sandy beaches and ocean surf. Barclays Park beach and beach bar on the east coast north of Bathsheba. The brilliance of the orange-red flamboyant trees in summer and the dark red of the poinsettias in winter. Fruit stalls for pineapples, coconuts and bananas by the road side. Local cricket matches on pitches surrounded by palm tree-clad hills. Deep sided lanes between the sugar cane fields with glimpses of gracious plantation houses here and there. Wooden houses of shocking pinks, mauves, blues and yellows. ‘British’ post boxes, road signs and bus stops. Plenty of sports available to play and watch; golf, horseracing, cricket, riding, polo, walking, tennis. Early in the morning it`s as if the whole nation is out jogging. Cropover festival in August.

Cultural highlights of Barbados

For short distances or dining out, use a taxi. It’s well worth hiring a car for most or at least part of your stay to have flexibility and independence. The quality of the roads is fine, bar a few potholes in the country and confusing road signs (be prepared to get lost, keep your petrol tank topped up and just keep asking the way). Barbados is very well developed for places of interest and well-preserved houses, plantations, mills, gardens and parks. For architectural interest visit St Nicholas Abbey, Drax Hall and Francia. For exotic gardens visit Andromeda and the Flower Forest. If you want to get away slightly from the main tourist areas travel into Scotland north of Speightstown. A drive across the interior provides beautiful scenery, with valleys and gullies and ridges, acres of sugar cane fields and the grey-green leaves of palm trees rustling in the breeze.

Facts in brief

Capital Bridgetown
Airport Grantley Adams International Airport
Size 166 sq. miles
Population 285,000
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