Crop Over: July 29 – August 12 (7 nights minimum)
Winter: December 15 2019 – April 14 2020
Christmas/New Year: December 20 – January 10
Summer: April 15 – December 14 2020
Crop Over: July 27 – August 09 (7 nights minimum)
Rates are per night, accommodation only
Plus 10% Shared Economy Levy, 1.5% service fee
Special conditions apply during Christmas/New Year
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
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About The Property
Sapphire Beach 307 is a luxury third floor three bedroom apartment, with air-conditioning and ceiling fans throughout.
As you enter the condo, there is a bedroom on the right with twin beds that can be converted to a king, a master bedroom is on the left with a king size bed and ensuite bathroom. A bathroom is opposite the 3rd bedroom. Ahead is the modern and well equipped kitchen, the living room that is well appointed in warm tones and leads out on to the veranda via glass sliding doors, offering dining and seating areas, as well as excellent views over the beach and ocean.
The spacious master bedroom on the left has a king bed, en-suite bathroom, and features fabulous ocean views through the glass sliding doors that lead on to the veranda.
42″ flat screen TVs with cable channels are in the living room and both master bedrooms.
Sapphire Beach is a popular and exclusive beach front condo complex located in the vibrant area of Dover, on the south coast of Barbados. Located within easy walking distance to the restaurants and nightlife of St Lawrence Gap, all of the apartments overlook the fabulous Dover Beach and Caribbean Sea.
Guest facilities at Sapphire Beach include two freshwater swimming pools, a fitness centre, and an assigned parking space for the apartment.
The apartment is fully non-smoking, including on the balcony.
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