Waves Barbados Hotel & Spa Resort is a waterfront hotel that is popular for its all-inclusive facilities and services. It is mostly visited by couples, honeymooners, families and group travellers. Main highlights of the hotel include the wellness centre, proximity to the beach and the water sports.
Accommodations in Waves Barbados Hotel & Spa Resort are divided into deluxe ocean front, oceanfront duplex, oceanfront, island view, duplex island view and spa rooms. All its 70 rooms come furnished with air conditioning, hairdryer, iron & ironing board, mini bar, safe deposit box, iPod docking station, WiFi internet, telephone, WiFi internet, complimentary toiletries, mini fridge, coffee/tea maker, furnished balcony and more—note that you might have to locally pay to use some of the facilities in the room. Rooms have either double bed or twin beds—approach front desk for extra bed and crib. Spacious and modern, most of the rooms are ideal for two adults, and housekeeping and fresh towels and linens are provided daily. Guestrooms are also bright with large windows and finished in light shades and colours.
Food, Drink and Entertainment
The hotel boasts three restaurants and offers a rich gastronomic experience. Seascape is the main restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The spread caters to Caribbean and international cuisines and theme dinners are often organised—alcoholic drinks are served to complement the flavours. Located in the main building, Oliver’s Twist is the a la carte restaurant and features Tapas menu—all the ingredients are locally produced. And, in addition, East is an open-air pan Asian restaurant that serves some authentic Asian items and selected progressive-contemporary covers. Guest below 14 years must be accompanied by adults and the hotel demands specific dress-code (smart casual or tailored clothes) at dinner.
Sports, Games and Entertainment
There are two outdoor swimming pools—children can use the Ocean House pool but accompanied by adults. Loungers and parasols are complimentary around the pool—approach front desk for lilos and beach towels. You can try water polo, water volleyball and water gymnasium or take weekly yoga and aqua aerobics classes to add some fun. There is a fitness centre in case you're a fitness conscious traveller, but nothing like visiting the plush wellness centre that features a wide range of massages, therapies and beauty treatments. Guests below 16 years are not allowed to use to spa, except for manicures and pedicures for teenagers above 13 years—however must be accompanied by adults. Also, table tennis, internet corner, billiards and daily day and night entertainment programmes are other recreational facilities.
Built right on the beach in Prospect Bay, Barbados, Waves Barbados Hotel & Spa Resort is a four-star property. Views from the rooms are remarkable, so is the calm neighbourhood. You will find few restaurants and bars around the hotel with ease—for more shopping and dining options Bridgetown is a better choice, which is about 4 km away. Scuba diving, water excursion, sailing, kayaking, snorkelling and jet skiing are few common water sports—approach the travel desk. You will find two golf courses within 5 km from the complex and trips to Barbados Wildlife Sanctuary and Flower Forest are quite a fancy for many tourists. The harbour is roughly 4 km and distance to Grantley Adams International Airport is 25 km from the complex.
Distance to Beach: 20 metres
Time to Beach (walking): 1 minute
Distance to Shops and Restaurants: 300 metres
Time to Shops and Restaurants (walking): 3 minutes