• Overview
  • Facilities
  • Room types
  • Families
  • Food & Drink

Set on a picture-perfect sliver of pearl-white sands, Tamarind boasts luxurious rooms, a glorious spa, and three sensational swimming pools – including one just for adults. The kids’ club will turn your tots into little island explorers, while the whole family will love the complimentary water sports, fitness centre, and waiter service straight to your sunlounger. Bliss.

Property Facilities

Parking | Tour/sightseeing desk | TV in rooms | 24-hour reception | Beauty/hair salon | Hairdryer | IDD telephone | In-house movies | In-Room safe | Internet | Medical service | Minibar | Parking nearby | Satellite/Cable TV | Separate Bath | Shopping/Boutique | Shower only | Shower/Bath | Tea/Coffee making | Business centre |

Dining & Entertainment

Restaurant | Lounge/bar | Room service | Entertainment |

Family Facilities

Babysitting | Kids club | Cot/Cribs | High chairs

Pool/Garden View Room

With Tamarind’s tropical gardens on your doorstep, or views of the palm-shaded pool, these residences have everything you need for a relaxing break – including a king size bed, spacious bathroom, and a pretty patio or terrace. With a pull-out divan bed available too, there’s room for up to two adults and a child.

Oceanfront with Sleeper Chair

Framed by this room’s floor-to-ceiling windows, the ocean is a real work of art – all dreamy blues and bobbing boats. Whether you gaze out from the comfort of your king size bed, or retreat to the balcony for a closer look, this bolthole offers some of the best views in the house.

Junior Suite - Pool/Garden View

Upgrade to a suite for oodles of room (enough for two adults and two children), complimentary in-room WiFi, and a private balcony of epic proportions. Out here, with the pool or garden as your backdrop, you can sunbathe or dine in stylish seclusion.

One-Bedroom Suite - Oceanfront

Welcome to Tamarind’s top spot. Mere steps from the beach, with a huge sea-view balcony and sumptuous living quarters, this is one regal residence indeed. Our experts recommend the one-bedroom suite for large families: with room for two adults and three children, it offers superb value. You’ll love the king size bed, deluxe double bathroom, and deep-soak bathtub too. Additional room types available. Chat to your lovely Travel Consultant to find the perfect room to suit you, and let us tailor-make it easy.

Because little ones love holidays as much as you do, Tamarind’s Flying Fish Kids’ Club (ages three to 12) hosts an ever-changing programme of fun games, crafts and beach walks – and the Honorary Bajan Adventurer Programme will inspire them to explore their spectacular surroundings. Tots’ parents will appreciate the complimentary crèche service, cribs, and baby-friendly amenities such as crib mobiles, bottle brushes and blankets. Travelling with teens? From beach volleyball to video games tournaments, there’s plenty on offer for them too.

Our experts get misty-eyed with the memories of Sugar Cane’s breakfast spread, with its bounteous buffets of freshly-baked pastries, tropical fruits, and eggs cooked however you wish. You can tell a lot about a hotel by its breakfast, and this is a great omen indeed! Rilaks Deck is our lunchtime hangout, with light salads and meaty grills served beside the beach. And for dinner? Look no further than 246, where fresh Caribbean flavours, live music, and sundowner cocktails await: don’t miss sunset happy ‘hour’ from 6.30 to 9.30pm. Ask our Flight Centre Concierge team about booking your restaurants in advance. LIST OF RESTAURANTS: ● Sugar Cane Room - Breakfast ● Rilaks Deck - Light bites ● 246 Restaurant - Caribbean and international ● Daphne’s - Italian

Why we recommend Tamarind by Elegant Hotels

While we’re totally in favour of fly-and-flop holidays (and who can blame you, with a beach as breathtaking as this?), Tamarind has plenty to offer adventurous travellers too. All water sports are included in your room rate (from waterskiing and tubing to SUP and snorkelling), as well as beach cricket, Segway tours of the East Coast’s beaches, rum tasting trips to the island’s famous Mount Gay distillery – and much more. There’s something for all the family, and it’s a great way to get to know Barbados a little better.