Despite being exactly the type of vacation destination in which you might expect to find all-inclusive resorts, there are surprisingly few of this type of property in Bridgetown. In fact, a trip outside of town to a more southern Barbados is what it will take to get into an all-inclusive.
Some people love the simplicity of all-inclusive pricing. There are multiple reasons for their appeal. Among other reasons, they let you more fully relax without worrying about costs. Click on each of them to see and compare activities, amenities, and food.
For those wanting to stay somewhere with a lively bar scene, Amaryllis Beach Resort is one destination you may want to think about. Amaryllis is the perfect choice for vacationers and business people alike. The Resort was refurbished and expanded in 2003. Visitors can reach them at (246) 427-2541.
The following table lists some details concerning the 4 all-inclusives around the area, that can be found in and around the area.
|Name||Type||Phone Number||Star Rating||Location|
|Amaryllis Beach Resort||Resort||(246) 427-2541||
|1.7 mi. Southeast of Downtown Bridgetown|
|Barbados Beach Club||Resort||(246) 428-9900||
|St. Lawrence Gap, 4.8 mi. East-Southeast of Central Bridgetown|
|The Waves Hotel & Spa||Resort||(246) 424-7571||
|3.2 mi. North-Northwest of Central Bridgetown|
|Turtle Beach Resort||Hotel||(246) 428-7131||
|St. Lawrence Gap, 4.5 mi. Southeast of Central Bridgetown|
Be aware of what exactly is covered in your all-inclusive plan as some places do not offer everything one might expect. Higher-end amenities such as spa services often incur an additional charge.
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