Holetown, Barbados Hotels
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Holetown, originally named Jamestown, was the first settlement in Barbados. However, Holetown is no hole; its name derives from the offloading and cleaning of ships in the small channel located within town. In fact, Holetown is a quaint Caribbean beach-side town with a lot of character and a treasure trove of top-notch resorts and hotels to fit every budget. If budget is of no concern, look no further than the 4-star Treasure Beach Hotel, which averages $241 USD a night. The hotel, which is close to the Sunset Crest Shopping Center, features 35 air-conditioned rooms as well as a restaurant, bar/lounge, outdoor pool, and fitness center.     

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Holetown, Barbados

Forest Hill 16, Royal Westmoreland
Forest Hill 16, Royal Westmoreland
Royal Westmoreland, St. James, Holetown
from $0
Halcyon Palm
Halcyon Palm
Mayhoe Avenue Sunset Crest, Holetown
from $66
Settlers Beach Hotel
Settlers Beach Hotel
Holetown, St James
from $285
Vida Mejor
Vida Mejor
15 Jamestown Park, Holetown
from $167
Paynes Bay, Saint James
from $850
Tropical Sunset Beach Apartment Hotel
Tropical Sunset Beach Apartment Hotel
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4.1
Tropical Sunset Complex, Holetown
from $131
Royal Westmoreland, Mahogany Drive 7
Royal Westmoreland, Mahogany Drive 7
St. James Trent Building, Holetown
from $0
Mango Bay All Inclusive
Mango Bay All Inclusive
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4.1
2nd Street, Holetown
from $310
Royal Westmoreland Benjoli Breeze, Palm Ridge 10
Royal Westmoreland Benjoli Breeze, Palm Ridge 10
Royal Westmoreland Palm Ridge 10, Holetown
from $0
Sunswept Beach Hotel
Sunswept Beach Hotel
Tropical Sunset Complex, Holetown
from $190
More About Holetown, Barbados Hotels...

What are Budget Hotels Like in Holetown?

Holetown has a number of accommodations for the budget-conscious. One standout is the All Seasons Resort, which averages $75 USD per night. The family-friendly All Seasons Resort, which is also near the Sunset Crest Shopping Center as well as the Holetown Monument, offers babysitting and 48 air-conditioned rooms with kitchens, private patios, satellite TV, and desks, as well as an outdoor pool and fitness center. The Divi Heritage Beach Resort is also a quality and affordable resort, at just $99 USD per night.

What Luxury Hotels are Available in Holetown?

If accustomed to luxury and unwilling to compromise on opulence, Elegant Hotels has two Holetown options. The House, which is adults only, is near to Paynes Bay Beach and the Barbados Polo Club. The House averages $671 USD per night and features 34 individually decorated rooms with private patios, as well as a full-service spa, outdoor pool, spa tub, and 24-hour fitness center. The other Elegant Hotels option is Crystal Cove, which averages $715 USD per night. This all-inclusive resort features 88 air-conditioned rooms with private patios and a private beach, as well as two restaurants, an outdoor tennis courts, a 24-hour fitness center, and outdoor pool with swim-up bar.

Are Airbnbs available in Holetown?

Holetown has a number of quality, affordable Airbnbs. Standouts include The Stables, at just $60 USD per night, and the more pricey, yet still reasonable, Pura Vida, at $125 USD per night.  

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