Sugar Bay Barbados

Location: Barbados | Barbados

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

Sugar Bay Barbados is a luxury all-inclusive resort in the south-west of the island, and it's not hard to see how it got its name - it opens onto a beautiful sheltered crest of sugary white sand. Several international restaurants and a range of water sports and land-based activities ensure there's fun for all the family, while the location in the Garrison Historic Area promises plenty of cultural interest too.
Perfect forCouples and families seeking fun and relaxation on Barbados. 
In the knowThis hotel is a great option for evenings out, visiting Oistins on Friday for its famous Fish Fry, and exploring Bridgetown or St Lawrence Gap.

Recommended for...

  • Luxury Hotel
  • Beach
  • Setting & Views
  • Water activities

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Sugar Bay Barbados has an idyllic beachfront setting, with plenty to see and do within easy reach.

Rooms at Sugar Bay Barbados

The rooms have a homely, welcoming feel, with stylish grey-painted walls, big comfy beds and bright splashes of colour in the cushions, rugs, and wall art, which depicts natural island scenes like swaying palm trees and deserted beaches. The family suites and two-bedroom suites are great for families, offering plenty of space. All the rooms feature lovely patios or balconies looking out to the Caribbean Sea. 

Food & Drink

The laid-back Reef restaurant sits right beside the beach (you can also dine on the sand if you prefer), and specialises in Caribbean and international cuisine, with buffet options ranging widely from seafood barbecues to British carvery nights. Colin's Beach Bar & Grill offers casual dishes like jerk chicken salad and fried flying fish sandwiches, while the Sizzle Steakhouse serves sumptuous cuts of the finest beef.

There's also UMI, which does a great line in sashimi, sushi and Asian cocktails, and if you’re a fan of Japanese cuisine you’ll love the hotel's teppanyaki fine-dining experience. Enjoy cocktails at the swim-up pool bar. When in the Caribbean...


As if the beachside setting and laid-back atmosphere weren’t chilled out enough, Sugar Bay’s Karma Spa turns up the relaxation level even further with massages, facials, body scrubs and wraps, alongside manicures, pedicures and other beauty treatments. There are also two pools to splash in.

With a creche and a kids’ club, as well as a clubhouse for teenagers, children of all ages will find plenty to keep them occupied while parents can enjoy some time to themselves.

Activities at Sugar Bay Barbados

Sugar Bay’s beachside setting means water sports are high on the agenda, including kayaking, snorkelling and boogie boarding, while sailing trips allow guests to explore Barbados’ beautiful coastline in style.

On dry land, spot armadillos, monkeys and caimans at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, or explore the mysterious beauty of Harrison’s Cave. Cultural highlights include Bridgetown’s historic core and the Barbados Museum.

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Hotel location

Sugar Bay Barbados is half an hour’s drive from Grantley Adams International Airport.

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