About

BUTTERFLY BEACH HOTEL is located on the South Coast of Barbados in a beach and ocean front setting, with access to two white-sand beaches and a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

The hotel consists of a 5-storey wing with both Island View and Ocean View studios and rooms and two 2-Bedroom Apartments totaling 29 units, and a newly renovated and extended 4-storey wing with 48 Island View studios, two 1-Bedroom Apartments, and one Penthouse Apartment; both wings being served by elevators. There are a further 14 superior rooms in the existing central building for a total of 93 guest rooms. All rooms and studios have split-system air-conditioning units, cable TV, telephones, wired internet access, bath or shower, safes ($), ceiling fans, and either two twin or one king bed (on request). We also offer connecting rooms for families. Other upgrades to the property include a seaside deck extension to the Reef Bar and Grill, a 3-whirlpool cluster with sundeck, and new sundecks and umbrellas.

This is an excellent hotel for those looking for a new, well run, self-catering property in a secluded and casual beach front setting, yet located near to those all important activities and amenities.

Location

The property is close to the town of Oistins which offers shopping, banks, and local night life; including the famous Oistin's Fish Fry every weekend. It is also close to the active St. Lawrence Gap with many restaurants and nightclubs, and is on several direct bus routes to the capital Bridgetown and many other points on the island. The airport is only 12 minutes away by taxi, and Bridgetown the same.

Activities

The hotel has a large swimming pool, extensive sunning areas with loungers, and is located directly onto two white-sand beaches. Beach towels are provided at front desk. Indoors, the bar also provides a large-screen TV for those all-important sporting events and lounge seating.

The property is close to the town of Oistins which offers shopping, banks, and local night life; including the famous Oistin's Fish Fry every weekend. It is also close to the active St. Lawrence Gap with many restaurants and nightclubs, and is on several direct bus routes to the capital Bridgetown and many other points on the island. Tour and car rental services are offered through our gift shop.

Amenities

  • Direct access to two white-sand beaches with excellent swimming
  • Large freshwater swimming pool
  • Extensive sunning areas with sun loungers
  • Three-whirlpool cluster with tables and chairs
  • Free beach towels (US$1 exchange charge)
  • Activities desk and gift shop offering souvenirs and any forgotten essentials
  • Token operated Laundromat facility

Dining

The Reef Bar and Grill, our restaurant and beach bar is informal and opens for buffet breakfast, á la carte lunch, daytime snacks, and dinner daily, serving a medley of continental and Caribbean cuisine. There is regular weekly entertainment and daily happy hours. Located directly on the sea, the new restaurant deck is the perfect romantic spot to enjoy a meal or a cool tropical drink.

Green Policy

Butterfly Beach Hotel has made a commitment to protect and preserve the surrounding environment by adhering to local and international standards in regards to the environment.

We have and will continue to improve the key environmental aspects related to the operation of its hotel, including the use of energy and water, solid waste, use of biodegradable cleaning materials where possible as well as addressing key environmental issues not only at the hotel but in our community. We also understand the importance of tourism to the economy of Barbados, and also how this important industry can have a negative impact on the local community as well as the environment. Wherever possible, Local produce and products will be incorporated into the Purchasing policy of the hotel.

Butterfly Beach Hotel is also committed to supporting the community by supporting local community events and charity functions. We will also take the responsibility of informing guests of our commitment to protecting the environment as well as educating them on the environmental management measures in place. More information can be seen at Environmental Policy and Purchasing Policy

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