Promotion: CHRISTMAS IN BARBADOS 2021: Book your Christmas vacation villa in Barbados!
Summer: April 16 – December 14 2021 US$450
Winter: December 15 – December 17 2021
Christmas/New Year: December 18 – January 10
US$700 Minimum stay 10 nights
Winter: January 11 – April 15 2022
Summer: April 16 – December 14 2022 US$475
Rates are per night, accommodation only
Plus 10% Accommodation Levy, 1.5% service fee
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
Ask about Palm Beach 204
About The Property
Apartment 204 is a lovely second floor 3 bedroom fully air-conditioned apartment in the Condominiums at Palm Beach development in Barbados. A large patio offers outdoor dining, comfortable seating and an amazing view of the ocean and the grounds that include a full size double communal pool.
The apartment itself is well equipped and beautifully decorated. The three bedrooms are all air-conditioned and have en suite bathrooms, there is also a powder room off the entrance way, making this apartment a charming place for your family vacation.
Your stay at The Condominiums at Palm Beach also includes the use of the communal pool, a well equipped gym, large landscaped grounds and direct access to the lovely beach.
Housekeeping service is provided three half days a week.
The Condominiums at Palm Beach is a private gated community with all the flair and amenities of a luxury West Coast project. It is not a resort and hence does not provide resort type services. The development is primarily a private residential complex where some owners participate in short term rentals. The primary objective is to ensure the peaceful enjoyment of the property by all residents.
While the setting at Palm Beach is peaceful and tranquil, you are still within close and convenient proximity to all the amenities available on the south coast, including the popular South Coast Boardwalk that runs for 1km parallel to the coastline and passing many great bars and restaurants along the way.
Barbados managed to keep the island safe from community spread of the COVID-19 virus for much of 2020 through its strict travel protocols. But then the island experienced its first measurable COVID-19 spread at the start of the Christmas holidays. As a result, restrictions on both local and international movement in and out of...Read More