Mango Bay Hotel

All-Inclusive
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What we love about this resort:

  • Complimentary scuba diving lessons are available in the pool
  • If you book the Penthouse Suite, you can take in panoramic ocean views from the plunge pool on your private patio
  • While there’s only one restaurant here, it offers a nice blend of international & Caribbean cuisine, plus handcrafted cocktails and afternoon tea

Located in historic Holetown on the popular west coast of Barbados, Mango Bay provides a casual, boutique-style experience at an all-inclusive value. Book this resort for its great beachfront location, just a short walk from shops, restaurants, and bars.

Highlights of Mango Bay include:

All-inclusive rates with lots of activities

Mango Bay’s all-inclusive pricing includes all meals, afternoon tea, and beverages except specialty wines and champagne. Activities like water skiing, kayaking, snorkeling with turtles, pedal boats, and glass bottom boat rides are also included.

Room service and treatments in the spa are available for an additional fee.

The resort is located on a small beach, with complimentary beach chairs and umbrellas. There is also a freshwater pool.

Rooms with balconies or patios

Each of the resort’s 76 guest rooms has a balcony or patio, plus standard amenities like air conditioning, cable television, a safety deposit box, a coffee maker, beach towels, bathrobes, and a hairdryer.

Categories include standard rooms located along the street, superior and deluxe rooms with pool and garden views, and oceanfront rooms offering full ocean views. There are also standard one-bedroom apartments with separate living and dining areas ideal for families, and two penthouse wrap-around suites offering panoramic ocean views.

Tip: Standard rooms can be noisy since they are located street-front, adjacent to bars and restaurants.

Casual beachside dining and bar

There’s a beachfront restaurant at the resort, with live music and Caribbean cuisine served either buffet style or a la carte. The lively bar serves a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, with specialty cocktails like Mango Bay Burning Flames – a blend of white rum, southern comfort, coconut cream, and pineapple juice, poured over grenadine syrup.

For more information, visit Mango Bay Hotel’s website or check prices here.

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