Your Tropical Oasis
Sunbay Hotel is perfectly located on a quiet hotel strip across the street from the beach. This tourist area is home to several amenities; convenience store, beach access, high end dining, fast food, water sports, currency exchange, sports bar, pool hall, night club and doctors office.
Best value for money on island! This resort-style hotel is accross the street from the beach and the beautiful Caribbean Sea. It boasts 2 outdoor pools, an on-site restaurant and sports bar, and free Wi-Fi.
The bright guest rooms at Sunbay Hotel are comfortably furnished with a private balcony and cool tile flooring. Cable TV is provided along with a mini- fridge, private bathrooms and air conditioning.
Grilled selections and seafood are served for lunch and dinner at the Palm View Restaurant.
Grantley Adams International Airport is less than a 15-minute drive from Hotel Sunbay. The restaurants and nightlife at St Lawrence Gap are 0.6 miles away.
Grantley Adams International Airport
GAIA is Barbados’ only airport and the aviation hub of the Eastern Caribbean, handling daily flights to and from the other Caribbean islands connecting to major cities in the US, Canada, UK and Europe. Nonstop flights occur daily to London,Toronto, New York, and Miami as well as to most of our Caribbean neighbours.
Kensington Oval is Barbados’ oldest cricket ground having been established in 1882 when Pickwick Cricket Club leased 4 acres of pasture land from Kensington Plantation and started to develop it as a cricket ground with a clubhouse. In 1914 the Barbados Cricket Committee the forerunner of current Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) bought the Oval but continued to allow Pickwick to lease the ground until 2004. With significant investment from the BCA the ground was expanded and upgraded over the years and by 2004 had grown to just over 7 acres. The field was surrounded by stands with a seating capacity of 14,500 plus a players pavilion and media centre and the Oval had been used for events other than cricket such as soccer, hockey and other field sports pageants cultural events and concerts.
In the Museum, you get the opportunity to fly the Concorde yourself. It is a simulation, of course, but so realistic it gives a tingle to your nerves as you guide the plane along the runway on the screen in front of you, pull back on the throttle and see it rise gradually and gracefully into the air and then guide it on its journey – to wherever you wish around Barbados. You can do with it things which most people have only been able to read about or imagine, making the plane dive, climb, loop and so on and, if you are careful enough and have not crashed it, you can have the immense pleasure of landing it on the same runway from which it had lifted off under your own guidance and piloting. It is an experience to be long remembered.
Graeme Hall Swamp and Bird Sanctuary
On the busy south coast of Barbados is The Sanctuary Café, a wonderful spot for breakfast, lunch or a snack in a most amazing setting!
The Café is located just off the main south coast highway at the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary. On entering the brightly coloured traditional Barbadian chattel house you are immediately greeted by the scent of freshly brewed coffee! Choose from a selection of gourmet coffees, or if it’s a warm day pick a cooling frescante or iced tea.
Caribbean Wax Museum
Here you'll find personalities from all walks of life.
The Caribbean Wax Museum is a fully interactive audio visual environment, with displays that will take your breath away
Come shake hands with some of the regions greatest Caribbean personalties. Stand next to Usain Bolt, Shake hands with the cricketining geniuses of of Brian Lara and Sir Garfield Sobers, and other personalities that rocked the very foundations of Caribbean countries creating memorable places in history.
On Friday night particularly, the big thing to do is go to the fish fry at Oistins Bay Gardens. The food is the main draw - excellent fish, (tuna, swordfish, marlin, mahi-mahi, flying fish), lobster, chicken etc served in an extremely informal setting. You can get your fish grilled or fried depending on which vendor you choose from. It's all cooked on the spot in front of you.
St. Lawrence Gap
The restaurants in St. Lawrence Gap are varied and sell Mexican, Bajan, Irish, Jamaican, English, Italian, American and Chinese food. The variety doesn’t stop with food; you can also hear Rock, Reggae, Calypso, R&B, Salsa and live music most nights of the week.
After the dinner period St. Lawrence Gap really wakes up and doesn’t go to sleep until the early hours of the morning. People can be seen hanging out on the decks of the bars, watching the constant traffic of the Gap, or dancing the night away in one of the Barbados nightclubs.
The clubs feature top local bands playing a huge variety of music. You can jam to smooth reggae vibes or party to the latest music from international radio stations.
The restaurants and street vendors can be visited day or night. Taxis eagerly line the street as water sports operators line the shore.
Casablanca Pool Hall & Sports Bar
Casablanca offers relaxation and pool games in air conditioned comfort. You can also catch live sports and grab your favorite cocktail from the fully stocked bar.