The Coral Reef Club

Aerial view of beach area, Coral Reef Club, Barbados

Hand-Picked Hotel

Colonial-style beachfront luxury on the west coast of Barbados.

The Coral Reef Club is a family owned and run member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World. One of the best beachside properties in Barbados, it's nice and close to Holetown and two 18-hole golf courses.

Guests can look forward to five-star service, and smart and contemporary rooms and suites that overlook the hotel’s tropical gardens.

Explore the 12-acre estate and you’ll find instant access to a beautiful sandy beach, a couple of swimming pools and two tennis courts. You can also try sailing, SUP boarding and snorkelling. Plus, there's a range of holistic treatments on offer at the hotel’s glamorous spa pavilion.

Elegant a la carte menus welcome you inside the Coral Reef Restaurant, and the Caribbean beach backdrop ensures the views are every bit as unforgettable as the food.

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15 minutes' walk from historic Holetown

Coral Reef Restaurant – elegant outdoor dining

Gorgeous tropical gardens and swimming pools

Award-winning luxury spa treatments and massages

Close to Sandy Lane and Royal Westmoreland golf clubs

Caribbean evenings – calypso, reggae and steel bands

Upgrade to half board


  • 1 night

  • Caribbean . Barbados . Saint James

  • International flights not included

  • Bed and Breakfast

From £216 per person per night

Mon - Fri: 9am - 8pm

Saturday: 9am - 6pm

Sunday: 10am - 4pm

Aerial view of beach area, Coral Reef Club, Barbados
View out to the beach, Coral Reef Club, Barbados

Holiday details


Guest rooms and suites include king-size or twin beds as well as en suite bathrooms with walk-in showers, some also have separate bathtubs. Spacious balconies or patio areas overlook the hotel’s tropical garden. Luxury Cottages also have their own private plunge pool. Interior décor is Caribbean chic with vibrant pops of colour contrasting with crisp white linen, wooden furniture and bags of natural light.


  • Restaurant and bar
  • Two swimming pools
  • Spa & beauty treatments
  • Fitness centre and yoga sessions
  • Two tennis courts
  • Non-motorised watersports
  • Free Wi-Fi

Holiday location

SCRC Coral Reef Club, Barbados

Local Area

Barbados is the most easterly of the Caribbean islands and has long been a destination for cruise ships heading to the capital, Bridgetown, on the southwest coast. This side of the island is also renowned for its beautiful beaches – such as Paynes Bay and Sandy Lane – and the stretch of white sand between Holetown and Speightstown, known as the Platinum Coast. The east coast of the island is less developed than the west and the Atlantic waves make it more dramatic in terms of natural scenery.

Head inland and you’ll find expansive estates, like the 17th century Sunbury Plantation Great House and the Flower Forest Botanical Gardens that’s been planted on the site of a former sugar plantation. The island’s association with the British is also in evidence wherever you go with games of cricket at the Kensington Oval, and the Garrison and horse track at Bridgetown, linking to the island’s colonial heritage.

As Barbados is only 34km (21 miles) top to tail and 23km (14 miles) wide, it’s easy to get around. For instance, you can drive from the lively seaside town of Oistins, in the south, to the world-famous Mount Gay rum distillery, in the north, in under an hour. This means you can enjoy a rum tasting tour in the morning followed by a fish fry up on the beach in the afternoon – what’s not to like?

Please note

  • A Barbados Room Rate Levy of USD $10 per bedroom, per night is payable locally.


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