Christmas/New Year: December 20 – January 10 2022
US$1,350 Minimum stay 14 nights
Winter: January 11 – April 14 2023
Summer: April 15 – December 14 2023
Rates are per night, accommodation only Plus 10% Accommodation Levy, 1.5% service fee Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
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About The Property
Port St Charles 266 is a charming luxury 2-bedroom lagoon apartment perfect for your next holiday in Barbados. This wonderful unit has an open bright feel and offers panoramic ocean and marina views, which make it your own personal oasis while on vacation.
On entering Port St. Charles 266 your eyes are taken in by the local art and exquisite furnishings and as you enter the foyer you get the first look at the gorgeous views from the living room to the covered patio. The air-conditioned living area flows onto the large patio, the perfect spot for dining, relaxing or enjoying a rum punch while admiring the views or watching the sun set.
Both bedrooms feature ensuite bathrooms, air conditioning and small private balconies. Open the balcony doors to allow the cool Caribbean breeze to enter. Despite the comfort of the bedrooms and the apartment on a whole, Port St. Charles is packed with amenities to make your vacation unforgettable. Enjoy meals at Pier One the onsite restaurant, bar and yacht club, take a swim in the one of two communal pools as you watch boats enter and exit the marina, or try your hand at a game of tennis.
Port St. Charles has something for everyone, you can also enjoy direct beach access with complimentary beach loungers & umbrellas, water taxi for easy transport around Port St. Charles, fitness centre, gated access with 24-hour security, and two dedicated parking spaces for added convenience.
266 Port St. Charles truly is a paradise and the ideal spot for your next Barbados trip. Contact us today to reserve your space.
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Effective May 25th 2022, fully-vaccinated travellers to Barbados will no longer have to take a COVID-19 test to enter the island. The changes also states that masks will now only be mandatory indoors and on public transportation. Outdoors, masks are optional. Meanwhile, unvaccinated travellers will still be required to present a negative COVID-19 test...Read More