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The Sandpiper


Family suites

Situated on the west coast of Barbados with beautiful white sands on its doorstep, the sophisticated charm of The Sandpiper is sure to please. With just 47 rooms and a handful of suites, The Sandpiper has a luxurious boutique feel to it and along with the friendly welcome of its staff, guests will instantly feel at home. An array of complimentary watersports are on offer including waterskiing, kayaking and snorkelling. For those who wish to indulge, a visit to the Spa at The Sandpiper's sister property The Coral Reef Club is a must. In the evenings, watch the sun go down at Harold's Bar whilst sipping a thirst-quenching sundowner.

Hotel child prices apply to ages 2-11 years.

The hotel has 63 rooms.


Bars & Restaurants

The Restaurant

The Restaurant offers delicious cuisine that is made from local and imported ingredients to create dishes with a Caribbean flair. The menu changes five times a week.

Harold's Bar

Enjoy al fresco lunches and mouth-watering cocktails with wonderful views of the ocean.

Beach & Pools

Swimming Pools

Spa & Wellness

Fitness Centre

The hotel has a fitness centre


The Spa is located at the sister property, The Coral Reef Club.

Activities & Entertainment

Tennis Court

There is a a floodlit tennis court with complimentary coaching


The hotel offers Waterskiing, Hobie cat sailing, Windsurfing, Kayaking and Snorkelling.

About the location
The ritziest part of Barbados, the parish of St James is a perfect holiday spot, where you will find many of the top hotels and finest restaurants, alongside polo grounds and golf courses. It is a clean, sophisticated slice of Barbados, dubbed the 'Platinum Coast' and 'Millionaire's Row'. 

The west coast beaches face the Caribbean Sea and are delightfully sheltered, with all sorts of watersports, and there's a good choice of bars and restaurants. Holetown is nearby and offers a selection of shops, many selling Mount Gay® Rum, Bajan art, pottery and batiks, while the capital, Bridgetown, is easily reached by local bus. Further along the coast from St James is stunning North Point, where the sea crashes thunderously onto the rocks.
Transfer time
35 minutes from Barbados airport.
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bryan490, Beaconsfield, United Kingdom
Tripadvisor review Feb 15 2018
Returning to Barbados after 10 years and choosing here rather than the Coral Reef made comparisons inevitable. In many ways five stars are deserved, but in this case we would defer to their sister...
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Tina D, Lake Forest, Illinois
Tripadvisor review Jan 28 2018
We like boutique hotels that feel unique and are fairly quiet but with enough going on not to be staid. This hotel ticked all the boxes and we felt thoroughly pampered. As an interior designer, I...
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