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All Seasons Resort - Europa - Saint James, Barbados

Three-, Four-, or Five-Night Stay at All Seasons Resort in Saint James, Barbados

Palm-Shaded Cottages in Tropical Landscape Steps from Beach

When British explorers first landed on Barbados in 1625, they did so on the sheltered western shore, far from the waves that batter the eastern coastline. Nowadays, sleek yachts and catamarans have replaced the elaborate rigging of 17th-century ships, but the seaside remains as calm and idyllic as ever. Located a 10-minute walk inland, All Seasons Resort maintains a similarly laid-back atmosphere at its outdoor pool, where waiters serve piña coladas to sunbathers lolling on chaise lounges.

The glittering pool lies at the heart of the 4.5-acre property, surrounded by grassy lawns, scattered hammocks, bubbling fountains, and native flowers such as frangipani. Standalone cottages painted pastel pink, yellow, or green contain superior poolside suites with private patios that overlook the lush surroundings. Inside, terra-cotta tiles and wicker furniture create a tropical ambiance enhanced by brightly colored artwork depicting Robinson Crusoe playing solo beach volleyball.

Drawing from the island's British history, the onsite Red Parrot Restaurant serves a full English breakfast as well as other international specialties each morning. At night, the cuisine turns more Barbadian, with offerings such as fresh-caught fish atop rice pilaf. At the hotel's beachfront restaurant, entrees are served at tables overlooking the crystalline waters of the Atlantic. The eatery is reachable via a short walk or a ride on the free shuttle, nicknamed the "reggae bus."

Saint James, Barbados: Colonial History on Island's Placid West Coast

Originally named Jamestown, the city of Holetown—located within the parish of Saint James—represents the oldest British settlement in Barbados. It still bears traces of its former colonizers—the site of the St. James Parish Church, for instance, has held a series of Anglican churches dating back to 1628. The church standing there now is a rounded stone structure erected in the 19th century.

More recently, the west coast's sheltered beauty has attracted modern luxury resorts and fine-dining oceanfront restaurants. High-end shops, many of them duty-free, showcase designer handbags, diamonds, and handbags carved from giant diamonds. Food-wise, there are plenty of beachfront and roadside stalls offering traditional Barbadian fare. National specialties include fried flying fish with cou-cou, a mash of cornmeal and okra. Wash it all down with locally brewed Banks beer or the island's world-famous rum.

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

What You Get

Stay for two in a superior poolside suite

  • Option 1: $259 for three nights (up to a $477 value)
  • Option 2: $329 for four nights (up to a $636 value)
  • Option 3: $399 for five nights (up to a $795 value)

Book by: 11/2/12
Travel by: 12/14/12

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.


  • Outdoor pool and children's pool
  • Bajan restaurant and bar
  • Game room with pool
  • Fitness center
  • Free shuttle within 3 kilometers (Monday–Saturday)
  • Free parking
  • Free WiFi in public areas

The Fine Print

  • Must book by 11/2/12 or promotional value expires
  • Must complete travel by 12/14/12
  • Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts
  • Limit 2 per visit
  • Valid only for option purchased
  • Reservation required, subject to availability
  • 14-day cancellation notice required or fee of applicable three-nights' stay up to the amount paid for Groupon applies
  • Must be 18 or older to check in
  • Credit card required at booking and check-in
  • $12 energy fee and 8.75% tax not included.

Other Details

Room Details

Superior Poolside Suites

  • Two single beds or one king bed
  • Standard occupancy: 2
  • Maximum occupancy: 4
  • Adding occupants above standard: $35 per day for each additional occupant 12 or older; no charge for the first additional occupant 11 or younger; $30 per day for a second additional occupant 11 or younger
  • Private veranda overlooking pool
  • Kitchenette with stove, fridge, and microwave
  • Separate living room

Hotel Policies

  • Check in: 3 p.m.
  • Check out: 11 a.m.
  • Parking: free
  • Rollaways: available for an additional $10 per night
  • Smoking policy: no smoking inside the property
  • Pet policy: pets are not allowed inside the property.
  • Accessibility: handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
  • Room upgrades: not available

Getting There

  • By plane: 16 miles (26 km) from Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI)
  • By car: about 7 miles (11 km) north of Bridgetown
  • By shuttle: $40 per person one-way from BGI

Traveler's Tips

  • Before international travel, always check the State Department's website for important info on the destination and its entry/exit requirements.
  • The resort accepts US dollars, as do most Barbadian businesses.
  • If you're renting a car, keep in mind that driving in Barbados is on the left; cabs are generally cheaper, but negotiate the price before getting in.
  • All beaches in Barbados are open to the public.
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