Summer: April 15 – December 14 2019
4 bedrooms (up to 8 guests): US$1,700
3 bedrooms (up to 6 guests): US$1,500
2 bedrooms (up to 4 guests): US$1,300
Winter: December 15 2019 – April 14 2020
4 bedrooms (up to 8 guests): US$2,900
3 bedrooms (up to 6 guests): US$2,600
2 bedrooms (up to 4 guests): US$2,400
Christmas/New Year: December 20 – January 10 ask us for availability and rates
Rates are per night, accommodation only
Plus 1.5% service fee, 7.5% VAT, 3.75% Room Rate Levy
(capped at US$17.50/bedroom/night)
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
Special conditions apply during Christmas/New Year
Ask about La Mirage 302 at Old Trees
About The Property
La Mirage #302 is a spacious top floor 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom luxury penthouse with 5,900 sq.ft. of living space all on one level.
Tranquility, luxury, exquisite sea views – these are the essence of Old Trees on one of the nicest beaches on the West Coast, just south of Sandy Lane Hotel.
La Mirage 302 has been designed to offer an unique atmosphere.
This penthouse is fully air-conditioned, consisting of 2 master suites with king size beds and 2 further bedrooms each with twin beds. All have en-suite bathrooms.
There are magnificent sea views from the living room, the partially covered pool deck, the plunge pool (14′ x 11′) and the 2 master bedrooms.
The accommodation is fully equipped with all the comforts of home (TV/VCR/DVD players) in the bedrooms and lounge area.
There is a freeform swimming pool located in the tropical gardens of the development.
Exclusive access to the penthouse is by elevator with its own key. There is 24-hour security guard.
La Mirage, offers some of the most luxurious finishes and appointments, which sets it apart from most of the alternative rental choices in Barbados. The cooling tradewinds whisper through La Mirage and the top floor seclusion of this magnificent Penthouse makes it an ideal sanctuary for an idyllic vacation.
This privately owned penthouse with central air conditioning and ceiling fans, is let complete, with all equipment and utilities, and is run by the owner’s trained staff, which consists of a cook, maid and laundress.
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