Tamarind Cove Hotel (4*)

Set on one of the most beautiful stretches of beachfront in all of Barbados, Tamarind features fully renovated and modernised guestrooms, and an intimate spa and relaxation space with a range of body services inspired by local ingredients such as Bajan sea salt and Barbadian Moscovado brown sugar


Hotel Details

  • 3 freshwater swimming pools and whirlpool
  • 3 restaurants and bars
  • business center
  • 2 new function and event rooms
  • complimentary water
  • intimate spa and relaxation pool
  • beauty salon and hotel shop
  • fitness facility
  • complimentary water taxi transportation between select Elegant Hotels' west coast properties (weather permitting and does not access Turtle Beach – south coast)
  • taste of Elegance dine-around program with sister properties
  • preferred agreement with Royal Westmoreland Golf Course & Country Club


Room Features

All guestrooms feature:

  • private balcony or patio
  • mini-fridge (non-stocked)
  • flat screen TV's with cable television
  • 15' lap top sized in-room safe


Pool/Garden View:

  • vibrant Caribbean décor
  • max occupancy 2 adults with a king size bed and 1 child with a fold-out sleeper chair


Ocean Front:

  • modern Caribbean décor
  • max occupancy 2 adults with a king sized bed


Ocean Front with Sleeper Chair:

  • vibrant Caribbean décor with modern touches
  • king size bed plus sleeper chair
  • max occupancy 2 adults with 1 child


Juniour Suite:

  • pool and garden or ocean views
  • each suite has an individual style
  • sitting area (1 room with sofa bed)
  • vibrant Caribbean décor with modern touches
  • king bed or 2 twin beds
  • max occupancy 3 adults or 2 adults with 2 children
  • view of the surrounding pool and gardens


One Bedroom Suite:

  • pool and garden or ocean views
  • separate living room
  • Caribbean décor with modern touches
  • king size bed with a sofa bed in the living room
  • max occupancy 4 adults or 2 adults and 3 children



  • Rilaks Deck – South Beach Miami inspired, the trendy tapas lounge features all day dining
  • Sugar Cane Room – open-air restaurant serving breakfast and afternoon tea
  • 246 Bar and Restaurant – all day dining with a breathtaking view of the beachfront



  • complimentary water sports including snorkeling, sailing, boogie boards, kayaking, windsurfing and water-skiing
  • Tamarind Spa
  • golf nearby


NEW! How you can make your stay more authentic, sustainable and memorable

These tips provide the insider’s knowledge on how travelers can engage with local culture, make their vacations more memorable, promote sustainability in the region, and enhance their overall holiday experience.

  • Two important events worth attending are Holetown Festival and Barbados Independence Day. The former one is a week-long celebration taking place mid-February that marks the arrival of the first settlers at the site now known as Holetown on February 17, 1627, and introduces visitors to the Barbadian culture and traditions through a varied program that includes concerts, live music, street parades, craft fairs, historical exhibitions, beauty pageants, sporting competitions and food and drink happenings, while the Barbados Independence Day, first achieved on November 30th of 1966, features several exciting events throughout the island.
  • Some of the recommended restaurants to visit in Barbados include The Cliff, prefect for a romantic dinner or a special occasion, The Tides which features the fantastic views, and Champers offering delectable local cuisine
Please Note: Time restrictions and extra charges may apply for some activities, watersports or facilities. Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only, have a dress code in effect and/or require reservations. While Sparkling Voyages makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, it cannot be held responsible for changes, omissions or errors.