was at the island in for two weeks in may.what a lovely little hotel.
we would like to thank everyone at the island inn for making our holiday all the more fantastic.
from the moment we arrived til the moment we left the staff were wonderful.nothing was too much trouble and everything was done with a smile on they're face.
the rooms are small but ample for our needs.they were kept spotless.
its a all inclusive hotel but apart from the buffet breakfast the rest of the meals are picked from a menu and brought to you.you only get a couple of choices on each course but there is always something you fancy on offer.the waitress always kept your glass full.
just around the corner from the restaurant is the bar.again small but with only 24 rooms in the hotel which means only 48 people again plenty of room.
spirits at the bar are all international brands.and I must mention Earl the barman.he is fantastic.as are his cocktails.Earl has a smile and a kind word for everybody.a really fantastic person.
the courtyard is spotless and the pool might be small but in the heat of the day its a cool heaven.
the beach is less than a minute away and its a lovely beach but as with all the beaches in Barbados they are all public beaches which means you pay for sunloungers and umbrellas.two sunloungers with matresses and a umbrella works out to £15 a day so its a costly two weeks on the beach.
we hired a car for 3 days and its a great way to see the island.you can get a picnic hamper from the hotel instead of having lunch.its the best picnic from any hotel ive ever been in.
overall this is one of the best if not the best hotels we have ever been in.
once again a big thank you to all the staff for making our two weeks in paradise even better.
and a big thank you to Sharon on reception.you couldn't do enough for us and your smile is amazing.you were our sunshine,thank you.
we will be back
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Island Inn is a quaint, 24 room, all inclusive property with meeting and function facilities. Situated less than a mile from the centre of Historic Bridgetown and within the Garrison Area – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel is footsteps away from the beach at the beautiful Carlisle Bay and Pebbles Beach and is conveniently close to shops and restaurants. Island Inn will amaze you with its disarming simplicity and old world charm. Whether you’re here alone, with the family, or with a group, travelling on vacation or on business, the Island Inn Hotel offers an unrivaled warmth of atmosphere, with contemporary trappings and a true Bajan experience. Originally constructed in 1804 as a Rum Storage facility for the British Regiment, Island Inn Hotel is now part of the historic Garrison area of Barbados. The building was designated a national treasure of Barbados. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Island Hotel Bridgetown
- Island Inn Barbados
- Island Inn Hotel Barbados/Bridgetown