Our room faced the ocean and it was lovely to sit at the balcony and hear the sound of the infinite waves. The employees were courteous, friendly and clearly love their job. We were greeted with a welcome drink and a farewell drink. The hotel served complimentary afternoon tea daily and bottled water were available in the room. Coffee (Keurig machine) and tea facilities were excellent.
We had a luxury poolside room which comes with an expansive terrace and direct access to the pool via steps carved into the rock, this was only a small amount extra above the standard room and definitely worth it. The terrace also included a table with seating for 5 people and 2 sun loungers.
The main feature of the hotel is it's beautiful meandering lagoon pools and lush gardens - truly amazing! The spacious rooms are very tastefully decorated with tumbled marble bathrooms and more REN products than you need. From our room terrace we saw humming birds, small lizards and I believe when the trees are in fruit you may be lucky enough to spot a green monkey!
The beach is flanked by huge trees making a fantastic backdrop to scene, with easy swimming and lovely walks along the beach, altogether a delightful place to relax.
We were very well looked after and enjoyed our stay. On arrival we were upgraded at no extra charge, to a suite.
The furniture was comfortable and the bath rooms ( there were 2!!! ) very good.
However, the bed ( a king ) was actually two twins pushed together and not so comfortable. Also the bed
was situated directly below the a/c, so we had a cold wind blowing on us all night.
Staff were terrific. Very friendly and helpful. Services were excellent and included such as things as glasses cleaning
and ice cream or fruit served on the beach at no extra charge.
Meals were from the adjoining restaurant and good. Unfortunately, the menu especially for lunch was very limited.
If we were going to stay fro more than a few days, we would have to look outside the hotel for lunch.
The staff are lovely and the food is of a good standard. Believe it suits the older generation with the facilities and entertainment at the hotel. Very easy access to holetown without the intrusion and noise that could go with it.
I booked this trip as a last minute getaway and I wasn't disappointed.
From the moment I arrived, the staff were very friendly and welcoming. Check in was a breeze accompanied with a refreshing rum punch!
The room was spacious and had a great view of the beach.
The was my first visit to Barbardos and I had an amazing trip, everyone I met on the island was so friendly and helpful. Loved the place and can't wait to return!
"Beautiful grounds with amazing view & great beach"
Our honeymoon was fabulous. The rooms are a bit tired, but the grounds are immaculately gorgeous and the view is breathtaking. The bed was not exactly comfortable and the bathroom/showers were very outdated, but the staff were great. The dinners were great, the breakfast and lunch buffets not so much. The bar staff were awesome, however.
We just stayed for 2 days / 1 night, so we didn't require too much - a comfortable bed, clean living area and bathroom, somewhere accessible and All Seasons was that and quite relaxing ambience actually. Room smelt a bit musty on our arrival but that did not last long. We didn't eat at the Asian Spice restaurant, but walked to the main road and were not far from cafes and the Holetown Town centre - although the restaurants closed quite early - 9:30 pm/10:00 pm. But thanks to a hospitable gentleman at a nearby beach bar, we were fortunate to experience Ms. Corinne's grilled marlin and tuna in nearby Payne's Bay - about a 5 minute drive away! That was worth the mini-food search-adventure. I was happy that our early check-in, late check-out requests were accommodated, but the charge was a bit much though. The grounds and pool area were very inviting for lazing around. And the staff - very charming and patient - we are friends now! I would return with my children!
Traveller from Trinidad
This apartment resort is in Sunset Crest in west Barbados, within 1 km (0.5 mi) of historic Holetown and …More
With a few billionaire residents, St. James is nicknamed the Platinum Coast. This scenic flatland hosts a few large golf courses and Paynes Bay Beach, a local favorite good for swimming. Holetown, the parish’s largest city, marks the spot where English colonists landed in 1625. There, the main drag teems with restaurants. Barbados’ highest point, Mt. Hillaby, rises due east of Holetown.
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