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Savannah Beach Hotel
Ranked #4 of 9 Hotels in Hastings
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Celticfemale
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“This would be excellent just for a few tweaks”
Reviewed 9 August 2012

We stayed here for 2 weeks over July/August 2012. Seriously, this hotel could be a little piece of heaven. This is going to be an honest review including the strengths and weaknesses.
The first thing that struck me was, it looked just like it does in the pictures.
It's comparatively small, not a sprawling resort, which gave it a lovely feeling of familiarity, and it was easy to get to know the staff and other guests.

I understand that the hotel is now exclusive to Virgin, Damien is an excellent rep, he does have lousy time keeping, but that is because he is doing his best to help everyone when they want it. He will happily help you find trips that suit your needs and deal with questions.
Trevor welcomed us and showed us to our room, a deluxe pool access room. It had a HUGE bed, which was quite amusing as I'm only 5ft tall. The room was well furnished, with lots of drawers and a large wardrobe, iron, hair dryer, TV, sofa, air conditioning. On the patio was a sofa and foot stool. The room was quite dark, and really needed all of the lights on, and the bathroom was a little tired and could use updating and an extractor fan, it was very humid.
The pool was a step away from our room. Because this is a small hotel this was no problem at all.

Eating
There are 3 restaurants. Rachel's, which is where you go for breakfast, breakfast was great, with a wide choice catering for all tastes and dietary needs. Occasionally you eat buffet dinner here, but you can also choose al a carte dining. This was VERY confusing, part of the al a carte was included in the all inclusive and part isn't. My warning is read the information carefully. Drifters bar and restaurant is close to the beach, where most evening buffets are served and all of the lunch time. hmmm the best I can say about this is, it's not great. They try themed meals, Indian, Italian, the Indian is truly awful. It is sad because this should be where traditional Bajan food can be served, and guests can eat in Rachels or Chop Sticks if they choose. However, I never once saw Chop sticks open. There is afternoon tea at 4:30 ... dodgy sandwiches and rather nice biscuits. Food is NOT available all day, but most of the day is covered.

Drinking
Lots of rum available. There are 2 bars, Drifters by the beach and one attached to Rachels. The bar staff are the best, particularly Chris and Dexter, both are very personable, and fun, Chris is one of the most articulate, intelligent, fun barmen I have ever met. They are great with cocktails. As is usual with all inclusive local brews are free, if you want brands you need to pay.

Cleanliness
Overall the hotel was clean. The maid cleaned everyday, and towels are changed as often as you need them to be. They operate a green policy, if you don't need towels changed leave them hanging up, if you do leave them on the floor. This includes beach towels which are provided. There were slightly grubby moments, but usually because something had been overlooked by accident.

Pools
there are 2 pools. these started off great. One is a winding narrow freeform, that is only 3ft 6 deep. The other a traditional pool. There are some sun loungers by the traditional pool, but we never used these, this tended to be where families were. I say these started off great. The pools gradually became grubbier and grubbier until we didn't want to use them. My understanding was that this was because of a delay by management on repairing the cleaning pump.

Beach
This is a bizzare effort. a small area of sand, with sun loungers, leading down to the water, that all you could really do was paddle in, because of a mass of rocks. I wouldn't criticize this, as it is nature, but you should be aware. However, beaches are free in Barbados, and a few minutes walk takes you to the Hilton where you are able to use the beach. The hotel will provide free transport to Copacabana, a bar owned by the same people who own the hotel, this has a gorgeous beach, with sun loungers and an expanse of beach. drinks are free to guests of Savannah Beach, the hotel can provide you with a packed lunch, or you can buy something there. There are a number of water sports along this stretch, although not affiliated with the hotel.

Staff
Predominantly a wonderful staff. Always courteous, and will talk to you about activities and Barbados generally. Of course people are people, and there are always a few less engaging people. The cleaners, waiters, bar staff, reception staff, security all are great to talk to.
My criticism would be management. The restaurant manager would stand with her hands behind her back lording over her domain, whilst waiting staff were rushing around. The meals were actually smoother when she was not there. Managing the bars is also odd, one barman trying to cope with orders from the bar, not just beers but cocktails (which take time) and deal with orders from waiting staff for diners. Nobody seemed able to get behind the bar and assist serving and cleaning glasses. All in all ... keep the staff, train the managers.

Gym
There is a well equipped gym, but impossible to find .... for your info it is just to the left of Chop Sticks. there is an exercise room for classes, that I never saw used, then down stairs is the gym ... there is plenty of equipment, no air con.

Spa
I went to the spa twice. once to get a foot massage, which isn't on the treatment list, but they did it for me anyway, the second time I was just directed to the treatment list. The spa is small, and some of the treatments are clearly visible by anyone walking in.

Wildlife
Awesome! Green Monkies frolic in the trees by the beach. One night a turtle came onto the beach to lay eggs, unfortunately I missed this, but there appears to be a team of volunteers protecting the turtles and they attended the scene. One morning I saw them in the trees by the beach, but didn't know who they were, I wish I had.
The birds .... I think they are so funny, other guests were less amused. They swoop down and steal the food off of your plate, sometimes whilst you are still walking.
Whistling frogs, tiny little frogs, damn things whistle ALL night, and sound like crickets.
Bats, you probably wont see these unless you are sitting by the beach around 5am.
Lizards, there are a lot of these. you'll see them on the rocks, the walls, scooting passed you on the floor.

Location
This is pretty good. not too far from Bridgetown and St Lawrence Gap. Although nothing is very far away.

Transport
I do wish we had hired a car at least once. You could drive around this island in one day. But public transport is good. 2 Bajan dollars for any journey, that's about 60p. There are bus stops to get the blue or yellow buses, but the reggae buses are fab and probably gives you a better experience of real life. They look like mini vans, and will toot at you as you walk along. you just jump in, everyone squishes up to squeeze you in ... the later it gets the more you squish. there is a button on the ceiling to press when you want to get off.

Trips
MUST DO catamaran where you snorkel with the turtles. If you can't swim the guys will help you. The turtles come right up to you, and you can touch them.
Jeep Safari, this takes you inside Barbados, off road, a little bouncy, good fun, and will take you north to Bathsheba and Little Bay

Sun
PLEASE PLEASE do not consider anything under a 50 sunblock if you go mid summer.

I have to say, that despite a few niggles I think that this is a great hotel, but could be even better with a little consistency. The overall feeling and service far outweigh any negatives.

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Reviewed 4 August 2012

This hotel is okay, but don't kid yourself it is fully all inclusive. We just came back from a two week stay and had a great time but there are lots of touches missing from this resort to recommend it to anyone and I think many other reviews on the site capture it fairly and accurately.

We have been spoiled on many trips to Turkey and really know what all inclusive should mean. You will not get good excellent service here, or branded drinks, or food round the clock, or ice cream on tap for your kids, or a stocked fridge in your room. We booked via Virgin and I would consider the hotel is over rated by them.

On the positive side some staff are great, the place is clean, the beach you can use in Carlisle Bay is second to none and the quality of the food in Rachel's is great, (but not on a buffet night).

Be very careful round the pools when it has rained, it is very slippery and quite dangerous.

  • Stayed August 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 2 August 2012

We trawled through all the reviews, and had some minor concerns, but when we got there (10 days vacation) we were delighted! We went from 20th - 30th July 2012. All-Inclusive thru Virgin Holidays. The flight - no problems at all - couldnt sleep but found watching movies throughout the flight - time wizzed by. We were on the newly refurbished BARBARELLA which is a 747-400 - LOVELY!. At Barbados Airport - the wait to go thru passport control was a little bothersome - but it looked like two flights had arrived at the same time - eventually got our passports stamped and got our cases, and the transport to the hotel was waiting. (Can you believe it - it was chucking it down with rain! but the rain was warm! It didn't last long) Arrived at the hotel and was greeting by a lovely lady who filled us in on the hotel, dinner times, all-inclusive bits and bobs, in fact far too much to take in. Most of the info we got was from other guests who'd been there a few days, which was handy. Our cases were taken to our room by Trevor (I think) who was very helpful, and our room was classed as a delux king pool access, and by jove they were right! HUGE bed!, additional bed for our 7 yr old, sofa, bedside tables, with large drawers, desk, ottoman, dressing area with more drawers, area for tea/coffee making, huge wardrobe - with safe, hangers, ironing board and iron, even beach/pool towels! Lovely bathroom, powerful shower, WATER YOU CAN DRINK FROM THE TAP!!! Towels for the bathroom. Room was cleaned everyday, towels changed every other day and beach towels every 3 days (or in you really needed to just leave them on the floor and they will be changed) SUPER SUPER SUPER. Radio alarm by the bedside worked well, flat screen tv on wall opposite bed - which to be honest didnt work very well, but we were only interested in seeing if we could catch the olympics opening ceremony. (Caught up when we got home!)
Our room opened up into and veranda, with sofa and foot stool, and POOL right out side - perfect! (This was a shaped pool- very narrow at points - beautiful) There was another larger pool with sun-beds out side to use, although to our amazement - many already had towels on very early in the morning - but no bodies to support these in the pool! Oh well - there's always one - or twelve!
Drifters was the name of the beach/pool bar - they also served lunch there and after noon tea, and most nights evening meal - sometime entertainment. Rachels was the restaurant upstairs which served breakfast every morning (beware of the cheeky birds trying to steal scrambled egg) Rachels also served evening meals sometime buffet and sometime alacarte - needed to book! Food always lovely - if there was ever a problem - you could ask the waitress to speak to the chef to make something - if they had it - only once i was a little fussy - and asked for a omlette which although i did have to wait a while - was delicious! Drinks all included - were house wine, red, white and rose. Cocktails and shorts and beer, all local. I believe if you asked for a brand like - Malibu or Gordons - then you were charged, because these were imported.
The hotel was lovely, friendly and clean. There was a small on-site shop - which had essentials - and gifts. A kids game room - pool table, table tennis, basket ball, air-hockey, darts (they need new darts), in fact the games were well used!
There was a spa - which i didnt get any info on - so didn't bother with - only found details on our last day on reception desk! Apparently a Gym too - but didnt see that.
Just a note - if ever you were dining - and you have kids with you who are fussy - then you could order a kids meal - such as pizza chips burger - usual stuff.
Service in Rachels was on many occasion slow (meals were alacarte, except for breakfast which was buffet style so you'd help your self to food, and one night a week which was Saturday for buffet as Drifters was closed for food that night) but for instance - breakfast - they took you to a table - and filled your glasses with water and asked if you were drinking tea or coffee, (hot choc was available) - if you were lucky - some times we felt we had to ask several times for water (which was needed) and coffee - there didnt seem to be enough staff, maybe a suggestion of a self-service drinks area in addition to the waitress service would have helped. The staff on the whole were very friendly and helpful - and they did work very hard. Cant remember all their names - Kimesha was very friendly. Chris, one of the barmen worked his socks off!
The beach as mentioned by others - is right outside the hotel - but not ideal if you want to swim, this has been well documented, you could paddle! We hired a car for most of our stay - so we could just pop to copacabana beach - where the sand is white, sea is clear and absolutely perfect. This area was affiliated with the Savannah so you had to sign in - drinks were free, there was also a BBQ - which you did have to pay for but was delicious (e.g - burger was 15 barbados dollars which included coleslaw and baked potatoes, hot dog was 10 barbados which also included coleslaw and baked potatoes) not bad at all. If you wanted to you could get the free shuttle from the hotel to this beach - and arrange with the hotel to take a packed lunch with you - on arrival they stored the lunches in the fridge until you wanted to eat them, although i didn't have one - others i had spoken to had said they were perfect for a beach lunch.
Advice - Plenty of suncream - high factor! You have been warned!
Hire a car and visit the Island - some beautiful sites to see, and as the island is so small you could do a visit somewhere in the morning and be back on the beach/pool in the afternoon!
Damien our Virgin rep, was very friendly and very helpful - was available every day!
Visit Harrisons Cave.
Visit Bathsheba.
Visit Animal Flower cave.
Atlantis submarine.
Visit St Nicholas Abbey.
All in all a perfect holiday, and would definatley go again. Especially as want to visit more places.

Room Tip: Pool access room are lovely. in fact everyone i spoke to who had these rooms said how roomy they wer...
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SavannahManagement, Manager at Savannah Beach Hotel, responded to this review, 4 August 2012
Dear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. We are happy that we were able to satisfy you during your vacation. I will look into your mention of the slow service in Rachel's to see why this occured and what can be done to minimize this. Your positive feedback will be passed onto to front desk agent, Trevor, Damian and the others you mentioned that made your visit memorable. Hope to see back in 'Paradise' soon!
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Nr Lakeside, Thurrock
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Reviewed 29 July 2012

This was our first visit to Barbados so did a bit of research first on the different hotels. The Savannah won hands down for us - we're not too keen on large sprawling complexes. Although the Savannah is only listed as a 3*+ by Virgin, we were pleasantly surprised by absolutely everything. The staff were always happy, pleasant and eager to help. The room could not have been better situated - looking out over the small garden to the beach and sea beyond. It was cleaned every day, and everything worked well. The food was absolutely fantastic, with a good variety every day. Yes, we had noted some reviews complaining about the rocks, but you only need to walk along the beach a few yards to avoid them, so where's the problem? Must also mention Damian the Rep....what a character, and so so helpful. This was a fantastic holiday from start to finish and one I would definitely recommend. Hopefully we'll be back soon.

Room Tip: We upgraded to a Deluxe Beachfront room, which I would wholly recommend
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  • Stayed June 2012, travelled as a couple
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SavannahManagement, Manager at Savannah Beach Hotel, responded to this review, 4 August 2012
Dear Guest, OH WOW!! Words cannot explain how delighted we are to learn that you would list our property as 'Best Holiday Ever'. It is pleasures like these that make us feel rewarded as we continue to work hard and do all that is possible to make our guests happy. We are super happy to know we would have met your expectations. I hope for future that we will be 'your home away from home' for future vacations.
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Reviewed 29 July 2012

We have just got back from 10 nights stay at this wonderful resort in Barbados, and we are so glad that we ignored the negative reviews, this resort as recently been taken over by Virgin Holidays and as a year round resort maintenance work as to be carried out while guests are staying, this work was evident but not intrusive and all the staff are very friendly and helpful making sure you are safe.
The hotel is spotlessly clean and the rooms are large,airy and very well equipped with enormous comfortable beds.
The staff are very friendly and helpful and nothing is too much trouble for them, even bringing drinks to you on the beach.
The beach in front of the hotel is a little rocky ( as stated in the brochure) but has plenty of sun beds and is kept very clean and raked every day. If you want to swim in the sea catch the free shuttle bus from the hotel to Copa Cabana Beach which is affiliated with the hotel and sun beds and drinks are free, this beach has soft white sands and crystal clear water.
The food is plentiful and varied and excellenly cooked and presented - try the different fish dishes they are very tasty (I didn't really like fish until last week).
Overall a wonderful resort with very friendly and helpful staff, we can't wait to go back

Room Tip: Pool view rooms are nearer all the facilities
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Reviewed 25 July 2012

Having not visited Barbados in the last 2.5 years, I was very pleased to go back and visit relatives and friends. In doing so, I had the opportunity to have dinner at this resort and what a delight it was. From the sprawling grounds, the delicious food, the aesthetics and the colorful display of design and pleasantries, it was a memory I will not long forget. The night I visited there was a DJ/Karaoke that set the mood for many of the tourists who came from as far as Scotland, Canada to neighboring islanders. The food was simply well presented, uniquely seasoned and provided island staples in conjunction with American cuisine. Simply stated, a feast for all!
Attraversiamo........let's cross over. Can't wait to visit again.

  • Stayed June 2012, travelled with family
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SavannahManagement, Manager at Savannah Beach Hotel, responded to this review, 11 August 2012
Dear Guest, We are glad that you enjoyed your dining experience with us and had a fin time at our karaoke session. Several of our guest stay for extended period so we take great care in providing a variety of entertainment. Karaoke is always a big hit, but we also have live steel-pan, vocalists, instrumental bands and even a floor show that highlights limbo and belly dancing and Barbadian culture acts. The same goes for our food as we deliver theme nights with different cuisine from around the world. Glad to hear to had a ball! We look forward to seeing you when you return.
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Reviewed 23 July 2012

If you read the reviews you hear about the lobby being outdated and a few other nit-pickie items...don't believe them. We spend 8 days and 7 nights here, had four rooms, 10 total people in our extended family vacation. The staff is so very polite, simply put, GOOD PEOPLE. The food was SPECTACULAR. Our family does an all inclusive trip every summer and the food and service at the Savannah was second to none! NONE! The Savannah is a smaller resort with approximately 90 rooms. My family of three (son who is 13, wife and myself) had a Plantation room with pool side access via one flight of stairs off our private balcony. The room was perfect for us three. Our friends had a two floor suite since the have a 17 yr old daughter and 13 yr old son and wanted the extra space. We were both very happy with our room sizes and amenities. The WiFi works great throghout the resort so if you feel inclined to surf the net or stay in touch with home you can (leave work where ever work is).

If you are looking for volley ball games, darts, and people to entertain you the Savannah may not be right for you, in fact, Barbados probably isn't for you (head for Mexico). The Savannah is a great resort for friends and families. The guests were relaxed and friendly also. This is a Virgin exclusive from the UK so you will have many Brits (all great people). Being from the US (New York) we all had a ball.

Leaving the resort for the white sand beach at Coba was awesome. Drinks are still free along with kayaks. The water is so crystal clear it is almost unbelievable. We rented a jet-ski for $40 US for 30 minutes and was zipping along out in the ocean at 50 mph...so much fun.

End of day, the Savannah lived up to all of our expectations and more. This is a solid 4 star resort. Book now and Enjoy the Bajan Love.

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Property: Savannah Beach Hotel
Address: Hastings, Hastings, Barbados
Region: Caribbean > Barbados > Christ Church Parish > Hastings
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #4 of 9 Hotels in Hastings
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Savannah Beach Hotel 3.5*
Number of rooms: 92
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Situated near the historic Garrison Savannah on the pristine coastline of Barbados, Savannah Beach Hotel is a beachfront four-star resort that easily ranks as one of the most idyllic destinations on the island. It is a Caribbean paradise that simply must be experienced! Forget everything you’ve ever known or experienced about all-inclusive hotels… Savannah is distinctly different. It is an all-inclusive hotel with style! Dive in… Savannah is an excellent choice for a relaxed Caribbean holiday. You are just steps from the beach, ensuring a blissful holiday in the Caribbean sun. Spoilt for choice, there are 2 swimming pools, 1 that meanders through the garden courtyard and has a 4-storey waterfall, the other is located down by the beach. When it comes to family holidays, children and teens are extremely well catered for at this hotel, there is an extensive family entertainment centre (opening Easter ’12) to keep even the most energetic children entertained! For those romantic moments, why not go down to the beach for a moonlight romantic stroll before heading to the late night bar. Live entertainment 5 nights per week, including themed nights and floor shows. Weekly manager’s barbecue party. Three restaurants; the main restaurant has a twist on Caribbean gourmet dining, open for buffet breakfast, buffet lunch and dinner 7 days a week. The Beach restaurant and bar is open 7 days a week for lunch and 5 days a week for dinner serving a wide range of barbecue, pastas, grilled fish and burgers for lunch and in the evening a themed dinner including Mexican, Indian, Chinese as well as Caribbean cuisine. There is also an Asian fusion* restaurant open 5 nights a week for dinner (16 years and over only, a supplement of $25 BDS per person will apply). 4 bars including a late night bar that opens from 11.00pm – 1.00am. Afternoon tea is served daily. ... more   less 
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