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With temperatures hovering in the high-twenties all year round, Barbados is a tropical haven for sun seekers. This Caribbean isle is home to palm-lined beaches, a vibrant culture and beautiful resorts. And, while there’s no right or wrong way to travel, an all-inclusive holiday in Barbados will certainly be relaxing. Not only does going all-inclusive save you time and stress, it also helps you stick to your budget. Once you’ve booked, there’s nothing left to pay for – so you can enjoy a hassle-free break, where everything is covered by one great-value price.
All-inclusive resorts pepper the numerous stunning beaches for which Barbados is so famous. There's no better way to spend your days than unwinding on your resort-reserved golden sands, and feasting on the hotel’s delicious food and drink whenever the mood takes you. Barbados all-inclusive holidays often include activities and watersports, too, so you’ll find plenty of things to do. And, when you want to discover more of Barbados’ charms, you can head out on a hotel-organised excursion, or do some exploring of you own.
Barbados has so much more to offer than white sands and, thanks to its petite size, the island is very easy to get around. You could head into the tropical heart of the isle on a wildlife safari, or take a boat trip and go snorkelling among coral reefs. To travel like a local, hop on one of the colourful Bajan buses and rumble across the island. You could visit the capital city, Bridgetown, which is teeming with colonial architecture, historical attractions – like the Chamberlain Bridge – and museums. There’s also a rum distillery, where you can learn all about Barbados’ national tipple.
Whether you’re travelling as a couple or a family, our all-inclusive Barbados holidays have something for you. Speak to our experts for tips and ideas, and let us tailor-make your Caribbean getaway.
Take a closer look at some of our most popular resorts
7 nights all inclusive including direct flights, save up to £1,530 per couple
In the famous St Lawrence Gap area of Barbados, this new all-suite resort offers an experience you do not want to miss. If you have been to one of the other amazing Sandals Resorts, you’ll know that luxury comes as standard.
7 nights all inclusive including return flights from Birmingham. Price based on October 2021
On Barbados’ south coast, Sea Breeze Beach House is brushed by 300 metres of sugar-white sands, so you can swim and sunbathe whenever you feel like it. And, since this tropical resort is all-inclusive, all your meals, snacks and drinks are already paid for.
7 nights all inclusive including direct flights. Save up to £1,400 per couple
After one holiday to Turtle Beach, you’ll be like the turtles that just keep returning year after year. Located on one of the best stretch of beaches in Barbados, this all-inclusive resort ticks all the boxes.
7 nights half board including direct flights
On Barbados’s south coast, just a 20-minute drive from the international airport, Accra Beach Hotel and Spa will make you feel at home as soon as you step through the front doors. You’ll be met by a beaming smile, a welcome drink and an ice-cold towel, before being shown to your room.