In the past, Barbados has been a popular honeymoon destination because of its year-round sunlight, enticing beaches, and laid-back atmosphere. There are some of the world’s most renowned gourmet eateries on the island, as well as the most romantic resorts available via Culture Trip, so you can see why couples fall in love with this Caribbean island. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite honeymoon destinations on the island:



Located on the west coast of Barbados, the Sandpiper is a 48-room family-owned resort. There isn’t much to complain about when it comes to the accommodations or services provided by this charming boutique hotel with a colonial design. There is a little pool and a small beach, but they are well-landscaped and quite welcoming. Some of the ground-floor flats feel a little less private, and some guests may be put off by the absence of televisions in the rooms. A secluded entrance forms the beach’s defining feature: the quiet, crystal-clear water. Both Harold’s Beach Bar and the hotel’s on-site restaurant are popular hangouts for hotel guests. The hotel’s sister property, a short drive away, houses the spa, which is not located on the hotel’s property.


Located in a historic plantation house, Sweetfield Manor is a small boutique hotel. Tropical grounds are freely roamed by resident peacocks and bordered by lovely gardens. While you’re here, take advantage of the resort’s tranquil lagoon-style pool or the open-air infinity terrace, which provides stunning views of Carlisle Bay. To make your stay even more luxurious, the serene grounds also house a luxurious spa.

Close to the south shore of Barbados, this hotel is located inland. It has a vantage point that allows you to see the ocean from much of the property. It’s a short distance from the UNESCO World Heritage Site Garrison Historic Site, which is less than a mile away. It’s little over eight and a half miles from Grantley Adams International Airport to the resort.

Individually appealing rooms and suites are furnished with a sophisticated mix of contemporary and antique pieces. Cushions, artwork, and carpets all have subtle patterns and vibrant colors. Standard amenities include a safe, coffee maker, Wi-Fi, and a flat-screen television with cable service. Towels and toiletries from L’Occitane and Mascioni may be found in the rooms’ large bathrooms. Breakfast is included in the price of the room. It’s a good idea to upgrade to a room with a private patio so that you can take advantage of the stunning planted grounds at the hotel.



ECO Lodge (ECO stands for East Coast Origin) is the realization of Maryam and Kyle’s goal to mix the natural beauty and slower pace of Barbados with the sophisticated taste and mindfulness practices of their home city of New York. As they put it, they’re trying to strike the right balance between a comfortable standard of life and an awareness of the environment.

Modern boho style rooms with recycled wood paneling, soft linens, and balconies with seaside views can be found here. Colorful sunrises and sunsets are seen every day, with the ocean’s surface appearing nearly prismatic. The property’s beachfront patio has a number of salt-water cascading pools where guests may unwind with an ECO drink or elixir. You don’t have to leave the ECO Restaurant & Pantry if you want to dine well. Everything about this place is meant to make you want to relax.


Located on one of Barbados’ best pink-sand beaches, The Crane is a sprawling resort. It’s usually believed to be one of the Caribbean’s oldest hotels, having opened in 1887. Although the hotel is almost a century old, the turreted hotel buildings are full with modern amenities and accommodations. Restaurants, a town square with stores, and a children’s club are among the amenities available.

The Crane is a hidden hideaway on Barbados’ south east coast, surrounded by the rough natural beauty of the island. Crane Beach, with its pink sand and Atlantic Ocean swells, is a picture-perfect setting for a romantic beach wedding. Beautiful beaches are nearby, with great boogie boarding and body surfing conditions. Oistins Fish Fry is a popular Friday night destination (about eight and a half miles away). Bridgetown, the island’s capital, is approximately 13 miles distant on the island’s southwest shore. Getting to Grantley Adams International Airport is as easy as driving less than five minutes from the hotel.

There are four-poster beds and mahogany furnishings in every room, as well as hardwood or stone tile floors. A jetted tub and shower are standard features in most marble bathrooms. A kitchenette is included in Garden view Junior Suites while a complete kitchen and laundry facilities are available in other hotel categories. It is common for suites to have a private balcony or patio with views of either the pool, tropical garden, or ocean. Upgrade to a room with a private pool, such as a plunge pool, rooftop pool, or mini pool in the room. To get the most out of your vacation, book a Two Bedroom Ocean View with Plunge Pool accommodation during your stay at the resort.


Located on 150 feet of pristine white sand, Sugar Bay Barbados is a bustling all-inclusive resort. Guests may enjoy a refreshing dip in the lagoon, which is surrounded by beautiful tropical landscaping. With its late-night bar, mini spa, and two swimming pools, this hotel caters to a wide spectrum of travelers looking for modern accommodations and kind service. With a wide variety of restaurants, gaming rooms, and kid’s club activities, families are well taken care of.

The resort is located in the historic Garrison district on Barbados’ livelier south coast. A three-mile stroll takes you to a plethora of stores, pubs, and restaurants in Bridgetown. St. Lawrence Gap, the city’s pulsating center, is slightly over two miles away. There is a little fishing community known for its Friday night ‘Fish Fry’ located four and a half miles distant. Less than a ten-minute drive away is Grantley Adams International Airport.

Throughout, the hotel emanates an air of sophistication befitting a beachside resort. Grey walls, white wicker furniture, and brightly colored artwork adorn the hotel’s 138 opulent guestrooms. With views of the gardens, pool, and ocean, each room has an own balcony or patio that may be outfitted. A mini-fridge, flat-screen TV, and free Wi-Fi round out the amenities. There is a shower in the bathrooms, as well as The White Company’s robes and amenities. Signature, Family, and Oceanfront rooms are all available. Oceanfront Rooms have the best views of the Caribbean Sea, while Signature Rooms include views of the pool or garden. Larger parties will benefit from family rooms, which have separate sleeping and living quarters (including a pull-out sofa bed).



An outdoor pool and stunning views of the ocean can be found at St. Joseph’s Atlantis Hotel, which is situated on Barbados’ east coast. There is a restaurant and free Wi-Fi at the hotel, which dates back to the 1800s. The suite has a separate dining space as well as a comfortable sitting area with a view of the ocean. Colonial furnishings and Caribbean-inspired décor fill the sunny spaces. There are four-poster beds in every room. There’s a Barbadian buffet at the Atlantis Hotel, and it only uses the best local foods. Nearby attractions include the Andromina Botanical Gardens and St. Nicholas Abbey.