Set amidst 12 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens on the calm West Coast of Barbados in historic Holetown, Coral Reef Club is the epitome of West Indian elegance. A family owned-and-run luxury resort renowned for its special ambiance and classic island style, Coral Reef Club is an award-winning five-star luxury boutique hotel recognized as one of the best hotels in Barbados. Accommodations are traditionally designed with wooden balustrading, fretwork and shutters. Personal service and fine dining are our top priorities. We look forward to your visit.
In the east of the Caribbean Sea, Barbados is an independent island nation lying in the southern Caribbean region, where it is a part of the Lesser Antilles island chain. Barbados is the most easterly of the Caribbean Islands, with the Atlantic surf on the east coast and the sparkling Caribbean waters on the west.
Coral Reef Club and The Sandpiper are located on the West Coast, in the parish of St James. Barbados, with a total total area of 430 square kilometres (166 square miles) is primarily low lying, with some higher regions in the island’s interior. Inland there are fields of sugarcane, botanical gardens, natural underground caverns, 17th century plantation houses and brightly coloured villages where cricket, the national sport, is played by the villagers. The organic composition of the island is predominantly limestone coral and the climate is tropical, with cooling tradewinds off the Atlantic Ocean, serving to keep temperatures pleasant.