The Hilton Barbados
is right on schedule for it’s December 2004 grand opening. The luxury hotel boasts a prime location on the tropical peninsula of Needham’s Point, just minutes away from the capital city of Bridgetown and from the popular St. Lawrence Gap. The brand new hotel, constructed to take full advantage of the peninsula, has two buildings of 8 and 6 stories, connected at each level with a glass walkway. From the open-air lobby with an unobstructed view of the beautiful blue of the Caribbean Sea and the sprawling pool complex guests will immediately feel the comfort of the tropical breeze.
Situated on two beautiful white sand beaches all 350 rooms and suites offer spectacular ocean views over the Caribbean Sea. 33 suites and 3 Executive Floors with an exclusive
Executive Lounge on the top floor complete the facilities. High speed internet access, separate bath tub and shower and private balconies are just some of the features of the rooms which the hotel’s first guests can look forward to.
Executive Rooms will allow access to a private Executive Lounge, offering a spectacular view of Carlisle Bay and Bridgetown, complimentary breakfast, hors d’oeuvres and drinks along with Check-In and Check-Out facilities.
All guests can take advantage of the hotel’s restaurants including the Careenage Bar & Grill which offers a gourmet experience combining the ambiance of an ocean side restaurant with impeccable service and incredible menu creations from award winning chefs. The Lighthouse Terrace is the perfect choice for a more casual experience providing breakfast, lunch and dinner daily with indoor and outdoor seating available. A refreshing breeze, exotic drinks and a relaxing atmosphere at the Waters Edge pool bar will really make you feel the Caribbean lifestyle.
Finally, the Hilton Barbados will boast the most extensive hotel meeting and conference facilities on the island featuring the Needham’s Ballroom accommodating up to 570 guests, 3 additional meeting rooms that can be divided into six breakout rooms, a boardroom and a manned state of the art business center complete the facilities. All meeting rooms feature natural daylight.
With everything running to plan Hilton are understandably confident that December 2004 will mark the start of something very special in Barbados.