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Almond Beach Hotel

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Almond Beach Hotel

Hi

Does anyone have an e-mail address for the Almond Beach Hotel? We arrive next week and would like to request an upper floor room.

Thanks

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LandS21

Try this e-mail

reservations@almondbarbados.com

Regards

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Thanks for the reply, I'll give that a try.

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How did you find it?

We are going in Sept, any advice?

What are the restaraunts like? We are taking a 7year old!

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Sammie see you are taking your 7 yr old - they have a "kids club" - so should be great.

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What are the restaraunts onsite like? x

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sorry no idea - its an AI - so never eaten there!

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ok thank you :) Any excursions you'd reccomend?

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Yes - hire a taxi to take you and family around the island -(better IMHO than a "tour") - see the wild Atlantic ocean on the east coast - view from Cherry tree hill on the way - visit the south coast and pass through Bridgetown - then you can decide what you may want to see in more detail later - different things appeal to different folks!

Swim/snorkel at Folkestone Marine Pk - buoyed for safety for swimmers -( to protect from water craft) - take your 7 yr old to visit Harrisons Cave, Wildlife centre, maybe if it appeals go down to the beach at Ginrger Bay through the cave (and tell kid imaginary story about pirates??) - lots to see and do - Speightstown is close to Almond Beach - nice quaint old world Barbados town (- still has its own fish market) - think most of the time your youngster will be happy playing on the beach with other kids and doing "stuff" at the kids club - have a great stay -

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Hi Sammile

We had a great holiday, very relaxing.

The hotel is on a lovely beach, but if you go to the left, past the lifeguard station, the sea is so clear and easy to get in and out, as to the right it was a little rocky.

There was no parasols on the beach whilst we were there, but they had started putting some out around the pool area. Plenty of shade if needed on the beach under the trees, but need to be careful of those marked with a red circle as they are poisonous and cause harm to the skin if it rains.

Food was OK, but not very adventurous. There are two restaurants and they differ between buffet and a la carte on an evening, but the menus remain the same. Couldn't say we had a poor meal, but we've certainly had much better quality in the Caribbean.

All in all, it was good value for money.

Hope you have a great time.

Linda

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Thank you Linda! We have always gone 5* so im a little nervous.. xxx