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This article was written on 21 May 2010, and is filled under To: Barbados.

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5 great Barbados all inclusive resorts

Barbados is a beautiful, sophisticated tropical island best known for its British-flavored heritage and luxurious resorts, but the island also has a sizable selection of more affordable, all-inclusive resorts, particularly in the south coast. Here’s a short list to help you find the Barbados all-inclusive resorts that suits your tastes and pocketbooks.

Almond Beach Village Situated on an 18th-century sugar plantation north of Speighstown, this west coast Barbados all-inclusive resort has 395 rooms on 32 acres of beachfront property. It’s a perfect place for families with children, and you’ll find adult-only areas as well. The historic sugar mill at the north end of the resort is a picturesque wedding venue, and the white sand beach is a great spot to lay back and relax. You’ll find a vast range of activities here, such as golf, sailing, water-skiing, shopping excursions to Bridgetown, an off-site Bajan picnic, and much, much more. Amenities include: 5 restaurants, room service, bars, golf course, tennis courts pools, gym, spa, beachfront, children’s programs (ages infant-17), and Internet terminal.

Almond Casuarina Beach Resort Completely renovated, refurbished, and expanded by new owner Almond Resorts, this south coast Barbados all-inclusive resort has 280 rooms, a lush 8-acre garden of mature bamboo, palm, and fruit trees, and a 450-meter stretch of white sand beaches. There’s a plethora of activities here, including sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, snorkelling, and tennis, and you’ll find plenty of opportunities for dining and socializing at the resort’s bars and gourmet restaurants. Almond Casuarina takes the concept of all-inclusive resorts to a whole new level: Even windsurfing or sailing lessons are included in the room rate.

Crystal Cove Hotel This unique Barbados all-inclusive tropical beach resort is located in a pretty cove and spills down a hillside to the beach where you can swim, sail, snorkel, water-ski, windsurf, or kayak. You can also play tennis, swim in the lagoon-style pools, or go golfing.

Mango Bay Hotel Freshly renovated, this 64-room Barbados all-inclusive resort has a whole new look and attitude, with a completely transformed entrance, grander style accommodations, 10 new deluxe rooms, 2 oceanfront penthouses suites, and a partially enclosed dining room with alfresco and air-conditioning. The rooms are nice, the food delicious, and the staff very friendly. This very affordable Barbados all-inclusive resort features a variety of activities such as scuba diving, windsurfing, kayaking, water skiing, snorkeling and catamaran cruises, and is within walking distance from Holetown’s restaurants, bars, boutiques and historical sites.

Turtle Beach Resort Families like to stay at this bright Barbados all-inclusive resort for its good services and all-included activities. While your children are busy playing at the Tommy Turtle Kids’ Club, you can play tennis, swim in one of the resort’s oversized pools, go to a shopping excursion to Bridgetown, or enjoy a range of water sports, such as surfing or sailing. The rooms are spacious, and there are a lot of amenities and dining options.

Michael Young is a freelance writer and collaborator for Cheap All Inclusive Caribbean Vacation.

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