10 Nights 11 Days
Fare starting from: £1595.00 per person
Set on Rockley Beach, Accra Beach Hotel offers an outdoor pool, spa, game room, kids club and gym. The air-conditioned rooms feature free Wi-Fi and a balcony with views of the island, pool or sea.
Each spacious room at the Accra Beach Hotel has a ceiling fan, coffee maker, kettle and cable TV. Bathrooms include a shower.
International cuisine is served at the on-site restaurants, and BBQ facilities are available. The Accra Beach also offers karaoke nights, live evening entertainment and cocktail parties. The property is home to the only Polynesian restaurant on the island, The Wytukai Restaurant.
Hotel Accra Beach is just an 8-minute drive from Bridgetown and a 13-minute drive from Barbados Golf Club. Barbados Grantley Adams Airport is a 20-minute drive away. Free private parking is available at the hotel.
Enjoy an exquisite dining experience featuring local and contemporary European cuisine at Accra Deck Restaurant – a picturesque venue with outdoor seating overlooking the ocean. Get your taste buds tingling with delights of the Pacific Rim at our Pacifika Kitchen Restaurant featuring Japanese, Chinese, Thai and Indonesian cuisine. For something more casual, head to the Coco Patch restaurant for a hearty breakfast or lunch. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, immerse yourself in the local culture at our specialty dinners with live music and entertainment at The Fig Tree Restaurant. Thirsty? Grab an ice cold drink at the Lagoon Bar, our swim-up pool bar. This laid-back hangout has an enticing snack bar menu for poolside bites and hosts karaoke every Wednesday evening. We also have the Sand Bar, an indoor bar/lounge with a big-screen TV for watching your favorite sports games or enjoy cocktails as the sun set at our newly established Sunset Bar. Don’t feel like coming down to dine? Our in room dining is available daily from 7.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.
Please note: All restaurants and indoor bars are non-smoking by law.
Located next to the lobby, the Sand Bar serves specialty coffees, wine, beers, cocktails, snacks and screens live sporting events Happy Hour: 9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (daily).
Lagoon Bar (Pool Bar)
This action packed bar features amphitheater seating and a swim-up bar. Happy Hours: Daily from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Saturday Live Entertainment: 6:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. (subject to change).
The Fig Tree Restaurant is an outdoor, oceanfront venue for themed events. On Tuesday, we host a Curry and Kebab Night accompanied by live entertainment. Enjoy our Sea, Salt and Fire Barbecue every Thursday with live music, a limbo competition and breathtaking floorshow with stilt-walkers, fire-eaters and a Barbadian Tuk band. Tuesday (Curry and Kebab Night): 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Thursday (Sea Salt and Fire BBQ): 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
This ideal beachfront location is the perfect place to sip cocktails and watch the sun go down. Open: Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat. & Sun.: 12:00 Noon - 11:00pm. Tues. & Thurs.: 12:00 Noon - 7:00pm. Happy Hour: 5:00pm - 7:00pm (daily).
- 10 Nights Hotel in Barbados (04 Star) Accra Beach Hotel
- Board Basis : Breakfast
- Return Flight from London to Grantley Adams International Airport (British Airways)
- Excursions on demand (On Discounted Fares)
- 23 KG Checkin Baggage per person
- Deposit option available pay minimum deposit upto £ 600.00 Per person and rest in installment.
- Fly Now Pay later option also available.
- ATOL protected for Flights and Accommodation (Including a Cruise), or. Flights and car Hire.
- Return Transfers (Shared or Private).
- Tours & Excursions
- Car Hire
- Travel Insurance
- Airline Seat Arrangement
- 15th January 2021 to 31ST March 2021 & 15th April to 31st May 2021
Barbados is an eastern Caribbean island and an independent British Commonwealth nation. Bridgetown, the capital, is a cruise-ship port with colonial buildings and Nidhe Israel, a synagogue founded in 1654. Around the island are beaches, botanical gardens, the Harrison’s Cave formation, and 17th-century plantation houses like St. Nicholas Abbey. Local traditions include afternoon tea and cricket, the national sport.
Barbados, island country in the southeastern Caribbean Sea, situated about 100 miles (160 km) east of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Roughly triangular in shape, the island measures some 20 miles (32 km) from northwest to southeast and about 15 miles (25 km) from east to west at its widest point. The capital and largest town is Bridgetown, which is also the main seaport.
The geographic position of Barbados has profoundly influenced the island’s history and culture and aspects of its economic life. Barbados is not part of the nearby archipelago of the Lesser Antilles, although it is usually grouped with it. The island is of different geologic formation; it is less mountainous and has less variety in plant and animal life. As the first Caribbean landfall from Europe and Africa, Barbados has functioned since the late 17th century as a major link between western Europe (mainly Great Britain), eastern Caribbean territories, and parts of the South American mainland. The island was a British possession without interruption from the 17th century to 1966, when it attained independence. Because of its long association with Britain, the culture of Barbados is probably more British than is that of any other Caribbean island, though elements of the African culture of the majority population have been prominent. Since independence, cultural nationalism has been fostered as part of the process of nation-building.
The rocks underlying Barbados consist of sedimentary deposits, including thick shales, clays, sands, and conglomerates, laid down approximately 70 million years ago. Above these rocks are chalky deposits, which were capped with coral before the island rose to the surface. A layer of coral up to 300 feet (90 metres) thick covers the island, except in the northeast physiographic region known as the Scotland District, which covers about 15 percent of the area, where erosion has removed the coral cover. The government has adopted a conservation plan to prevent further erosion.