Accommodations

From hotels ranked high on international travel lists to small, privately owned properties that are known only by word of mouth, the diversity of accommodations throughout Holetown is astounding. Guests will find many types of accommodations to pick from in the area, including a bed & breakfast and some resorts. Vacationers looking to enjoy a spirited late-night scene will find precisely that at quite a few hotels around Holetown. Click on each link to read additional information.… more…

Hotels

The word "hotel" encompasses a lot of… more…

Villa Complexes

Holetown attracts vacationers from all… more…

All Inclusive

Right along the coast of Holetown, within… more…

Activities

Holetown is a modern town, busy with tourists seeking out activities that are typical of most destinations in the Caribbean like snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, and bumming it on the beach. But there is a lot more to this town for those who want something more. Souvenir shops line the… more…

Diving

One of the top dive sites in the Caribbean is located just off the coast… more…

Shopping

Holetown offers visitors a high-end boutique shopping… more…

Snorkeling

If you're the type of adventurer who likes to take matters… more…

Beaches

Centrally located on the Platinum Coast, which is known for its expensive and exclusive resorts, is Holetown. One thing to know about the… more…

Restaurants

Whether you're staying full time or just passing through Holetown, making… more…

Attractions

As the first settlement on the island of Barbados, Holetown has a history… more…

Casinos

Landmarks

Transportation

Although most tourists will originally arrive on Barbados through… more…

Air Travel

Tourists who choose to fly to their getaway in Holetown will get a… more…

Rental Cars

The main point of entry into Barbados is the capital city of Bridgetown,… more…

Sailing & Boating

If you decide to sail to Barbados, either… more…

Taxis

Most people who take advantage of taxi… more…

Beaches

Centrally located on the Platinum Coast,… more…

Snorkeling

If you're the type of adventurer who likes to take matters into your own hands and discover things on your own, then snorkeling in Holetown is perfect for you. Although there are tour operators who offer guided trips to reef and wreck sites, there are also many great snorkeling opportunities… more…

Sailing & Boating

If you decide to sail to Barbados, either on your own or with the… more…

Diving

One of the top dive sites in the Caribbean is located… more…

Attractions

As the first settlement on the island of Barbados, Holetown has a history of welcoming and entertaining guests that dates back centuries.… more…

Landmarks

As the island's first settlement, originally called Jamestown, you can… more…

Beaches

Centrally located on the Platinum Coast, which is known for its expensive… more…

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Weather

The easternmost Caribbean island of Barbados sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The balmy, tropical climate is cooled by the continual trade winds blowing in from the east. The fresh breezes, warm sunshine, and sufficient rainfall make the year-round average daytime highs of 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit (24-29 degrees Celsius) very comfortable. Still, the weather in Barbados is sunnier and drier than that of many other islands in the Caribbean. On the southern edge of the Atlantic hurricane… more…

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