BARBADOS 7 NIGHTS JUST £548 pp 3* hotel with Return flights baggage resort rep ATOL protected From Manchester 2/11/14 all in for £1097 @ holidayhypermarket
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BARBADOS 7 NIGHTS JUST £548 pp 3* hotel with Return flights baggage resort rep ATOL protected From Manchester 2/11/14 all in for £1097 @ holidayhypermarket

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Found 15th Oct 2014
Staying in the Travellers Palm Barbados Just a few minutes' walk to the beach in a very convenient location

Date: 27 November 2014
For: 7 Nights
Based On: 2 Adults Sharing
Board: Room Only
Ref: FC68244488
Outbound Flight
From: Manchester (MAN)
To: Barbados (BGI)
Departs: 09:45AM on 27 Nov 2014
Arrives: 16:40PM on 27 Nov 2014

Inbound Flight
From: Barbados (BGI)
To: Manchester (MAN)
Departs: 18:30PM on 4 Dec 2014
Arrives: 07:00AM on 5 Dec 2014

Travellers Palm is a small collection of apartments located in the heart of the West Coast of Barbados. The perfect choice for those looking for an affordable base from which to explore the many delights of St James and wider afield, it's ideally located, close to public transport options. The resort offers great value for money, an excellent location and an unforgettable holiday

Facilities
Swimming pool
Restaurant
Bar
Room Info
Apartments (2-3 people) have twin beds plus sofa bed, air conditioning, cable TV, kitchenette, iron and ironing board, Wi-Fi and shower bathroom. 1 bedroom superior apartments are larger (4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children).

This resort is located near the shores of the Caribbean Sea, less than 1 km from the shopping in Holetown’s city centre. It offers an on-site restaurant, outdoor pool, and free Wi-Fi.

Each apartment at The Palms Resort Inc Travellers Palm has a kitchen with a cooker, large refrigerator, and microwave. They include a separate living area with cable TV and a sofa bed.

Gourmet cuisine is served at the full service restaurant and bar, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It boasts a 46-inch flat-screen TV and is located near the pool.

The Green Monkey Golf Course is 4 km from Traveller’s Palm Resort. Bridgetown, the capitol of Barbados, is within 20 minutes’ drive of the accommodation.

19 Comments

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West coast is the best. Anywhere near Sandy Lane :-)
I love Barbados.

Cold because youre not called sunshine stacey. Hot because i like sunny beaches.

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ThisName

Cold because youre not called sunshine stacey. Hot because i like sunny … Cold because youre not called sunshine stacey. Hot because i like sunny beaches.



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markbowen07



haha what? Im not sure what that means. Are you calling me a kiss ****?

That dogs face is buried up tjat other dogs bum hole.

Heat added mate

I went here back in 2010
Lovely little place, the staff were friendly and helpful, Happy hour most nights. Make sure you do get air con in your room though as we didn't and were left to sweat!
You can walk to holetown in about 15 minutes from this place to get some groceries, also further down is some cafe's and restaurants. Also the beaches nearby almost had no one there so it was a perfect spot to relax, felt like a private beach! Only drawback I can think of is that Bridgetown is about a 15-20 minute drive so you will certainly need transport to get to the main town which taxi drivers will charge a costly amount, but this location is perfect if you want to just lounge around and go to the beach or unless you hire you're own car.

Can you add extra nights Stacey?

Is it expensive there Yazoo?

That sea looks so damn inviting but I'm always put off by the extortionate drink and food prices people scream on about.

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leedavies91

Can you add extra nights Stacey?



who?

Would love to book this!

BeerGoggles

That sea looks so damn inviting but I'm always put off by the … That sea looks so damn inviting but I'm always put off by the extortionate drink and food prices people scream on about.



It's only as expensive as you make it, if you buy local produce and cook at the apartment then it works out a lot cheaper than eating in restaurants every night. Fresh fish and fruit and vegetables are available in abundance.

As for transport, I have never hired a car, always jumped on the local bus. only $2.50 (approx 97p) per person fare regardless of how long or short the distance. Only time I have ever used a taxi is when all the buses were stopped due to a hurricane.

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leedavies91

Is it expensive there Yazoo?



Barbados in general?
Yeah it's quite expensive, I think I took £400 out there and had to withdraw more cash, most of it was spent on transport but you can haggle your way around. Food and drinks was quite costly as well but that's Barbados for you, just stick to happy hour. The beaches are one of the best in the world and I would definitely would go back just for that.

Barbados is great, lucky enough to have been 4 times and have managed to see most of the island. The hotel is based on the West coast and is close to Holetown which has lots of good places for food and drink, and a small supermarket which oddly sells a lot of Waitrose branded foods.

To the South you've got the capital Bridgetown which has most of the larger shops on the island. A hire car is recommended as you can get one for ~£20 a day to go to the numerous Rum distilleries, Harrisons Cave, Oistins Bay (great seafood), Bathshebas idilic coastline. I recommend Sweet Potatoes restaurant in St Lawrences Gap, you can have a great 3 course meal for ~£20 a head including alcholic drinks.
Edited by: "ajgrahamdotcom" 16th Oct 2014

We took the bus there - people we so friendly it made it a pleasure. In Contrast - On St Kitts they try to discourage you from using the bus and try to coerce you onto the hugely more expensive taxis.

BeerGoggles

That sea looks so damn inviting but I'm always put off by the … That sea looks so damn inviting but I'm always put off by the extortionate drink and food prices people scream on about.



Most meals I've had there were cheaper than the equivalent in the UK, and far, far cheaper for fresh seafood in particular. You just need to avoid the large fancy tourist traps and go for the smaller locally run restaurants.

The beach is calm and serene, the people are so helpful.

Banned

Awesome deal sick price can't stop drooling.

Mark I love you.

Man hugs.

Peace.
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