|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
This stylish and well-appointed one-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment overlooks tropical gardens, a 40 metres long lap pool which holds 50,000 gallons of water (chemicals for this size of pool is minimal) and the pristine beach of Paynes Bay on the West Coast of Barbados. The décor’s restful driftwood, sand and sea palette draws attention to the sole purpose of this chic and spacious unit – relaxation. Splendid Caribbean Sea vistas can be enjoyed from the open-plan living/dining room and the intimate terrace – just the spot for apéritifs in the evening. French doors also link the patio to the air-conditioned master bedroom with a beautiful marble en suite bathroom.
The tranquil Caribbean Sea is steps away from the shimmering resort lap pool with its expansive sun deck. Guests also have access via elevator to all of the floors, a gym on site as well as secured, private parking underground. Waterside is within walking distance to the illustrious Sandy Lane Hotel and some of the most superb dining on the island at The Cliff Restaurant and internationally acclaimed Daphne’s. Designer-brand shopping, other fine restaurants featuring a variety of cuisines, pulsating entertainment and business amenities are a short distance away in historic Holetown and its environs. For the sport enthusiasts, everything from snorkeling in crystal waters to world-class golfing is available.
Exclusive and intimate, this is a perfect place for a couple to relax in luxurious, beachfront comfort!
Good to Know: Located in Barbados, Blue Sky Luxury is the local owner representative for this property.
This is the heart of St James, and the Platinum Coast and conveniently close the nearest shopping district which is Holetown. Here you will find the Cave Shepherd Plaza and the larger West Coast Mall. These contain a supermarket, bank, photo centre, duty free shops and various shops and boutiques. Also close by is the Chattel House Village, a series of traditional looking Caribbean cabins selling souvenirs, the 24 hour Sandy Crest Medical Centre, and a market stall where you can buy fresh fruit and vegetables. The town also has a gas station (as petrol stations are known locally) which has an in store mini-mart and an outlet of KFC, both open until late evening. Holetown, the place where the English first landed in 1625, later settling it in 1627, is also a local Barbadian community, with police station, post office, parish church, bank, pharmacy, clinic, school and so on.