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PRICES FROM £2195


Barbados


THE CLUB BARBADOS RESORT & SPA ZZZZ 7, 10 & 14 NIGHTS


ADULT ONLY


The Hotel 3146 rooms 33 pools 32 restaurants 33 bars 3Jacuzzi 3Fitness centre 3Range of watersports 3Tennis 3Spa*


*Charge payable locally


The Rooms 31 King size bed 3Balcony or patio 3Air-conditioning 3Alarm clock 3Satellite TV 3Safe box 3Coffee maker 3Hairdryer 3Iron/board 3Beach towels


The original Caribbean Queen, Barbados has been a popular choice with travellers – and celebrities – since the 1970s, and it’s easy to see why. This little coral island has big attractions: powder-fine sandy beaches lapped by the turquoise Caribbean, tropical gardens, underground caves, marinas and golf courses fit for millionaires. Hire a car for the day and head inland, past sugar cane fields and colourful chattel houses, over Cherry Tree Hill and down to the rugged Atlantic coast, to enjoy a drink under a swaying palm tree and a chat with the friendly locals...


The Club is a fantastic adult-only all- inclusive in the heart of the Platinum Coast, playground of the rich and famous. Our group departure dates are accompanied by a Host from the UK and the hotel gives us a warm welcome, ensuring we have our own table for dinner each evening.


The Club is set in four acres of ocean-front gardens and has a great buzz – day and night! The staff cannot do enough for guests which explains why over 60% of visitors have been before. The central pool complex and public areas are surrounded by a horseshoe of attractive buildings where the 146 rooms are set.


One restaurant is buffet-style and à la carte, the other just à la carte and of course, all meals are included, from breakfast through to dinner each day, plus your drinks and evening entertainment.


The Rum Shop bar is the latest addition to the hotel’s facilities and is a popular spot for a nightcap.


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Activities are included too: from the beach, cooled by Caribbean breezes, you may take out a Hobie cat, kayak, sailboat, or windsurfer for free. And on land the activities team offers a range of fun activities, fitness classes and walks each week, so there’s no chance of being bored – and no pressure to do more than you want. (The Club’s activities team is trained by Janice, formerly at La Source.)


Our rooms – for sole use of course – are spacious doubles with a garden view and king-sized bed. The marble floor, air-con and ceiling fan keep you cool, plus there’s a private balcony (or patio) and all the in-room facilities you’d expect from a 4-star, including tea and coffee making facilities. A Superior garden view room or Ocean View loft is available at a supplement.


And if relaxing in the Spa is your thing, you can upgrade to the ‘all-inclusive spa package’ for an extra £45 per day, which includes a 50 minute spa treatment every day, excluding arrival/departure days. Ask for further details.


As well as all this, your Host will be happy to help arrange day trips to the local sights, or suggest a trip into colourful Bridgetown for some great shopping – the island’s capital is not to be missed, and is just 10kms along the coast.


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