Located in the charming environs of St. James parish, Barbados the five-star boutique The Fairmont Royal Pavilion is perfectly situated to serve guests wanting to embrace a truly Barbadian experience. It is situated 32 km (20 miles) from the airport and 12.8 km (8 miles) from the capital city of Bridgetown, and a half mile from the nearest shopping centre in Holetown.
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"Another wonderful holiday "
Not our first trip to this hotel. As usual the staff were wonderful. We had dinner on the deck this year which was a wonderful experience. Lots of return guests which can only mean this is a nice place and you are treated well. Special thanks to our special bellboy and doorman who made our leaving somewhat memorable. I am sure you will know who I am meaning. Thanks to everyone who made our holiday special.
"Professional and genuinely friendly and warm staff!!"
From the entry into this elegant and warm resort, being greeted with a warm smile and handshake, to check in and hugs received from the staff, this is still the ultimate in peaceful, professional and accommodating of resorts. The 50 plus seaside rooms, all very well appointed and updated, to the elegant and beautiful Palm Terrace and relaxing Tabora's seaside restaurants are fantastic!!. From the general manager(knowing every guests surname) to the landscapers saying good morning, you can not help but feeling at home. Delicious meals and if a restaurant does not have exactly what you would like, they are sure to procure it and prepare it to your liking!! Again, from the room to the crescent shaped beach, just a wonderful delight to the senses!!
"Very relaxed great staff"
We had two weeks here in September. All rooms have a fabulous sea view (except the villa) and from your balcony you can see the Turtles swimming which is fabulous. Tea and coffee facilities in your room which is a must for me as love to sit on the balcony in the mornings. The breakfast is lovely, we did not have this in with our deal as we was going to eat out but to be honest you have to get a bus in to Hole Town to get breakfast or you can walk up to the Lone Star but that's your only option. So we had to pay for our breakfast as we went and it was quite expensive £30 each so £60 a morning so best get it in, works out a little cheaper. All the food is good in the Fairmont but the afternoon tea which is complimentary does need an upgrade its quite poor, perhaps it's because We are used the the British afternoon tea. We would like to thank Ryan the manager for giving us two free mud slides because he had to remove us from our room as our flight was delayed and we had to stay longer but the Mud slides slightly eased the pain and above all to Livingstone who arranged our fishing trip, saved our beds and was genuinely helpful throughout our holiday, nothing to much bother for him, great guy and we hope to see him again. Highlight of our holiday was watching the turtles being hatched and helping getting them in to the sea. Some fabulous sun sets. The ground floor rooms with direct access to the beach are more expensive but to be honest they have no privacy on their veranda as the room above can look down on them. So We would recommend first or second floor. There is a group of monkeys that live on site which is quite nice. The singing frogs start at about 6pm and go right through to the morning they are very noisy but we loved them. We would say the Faimont needs a bit of an upgrade it is getting a little tired now, also could do with something to do in the evening, we are not huge drinkers so was in bed by 9pm most nights. When we arrived we was thinking what are we going to do for two weeks but to be honest it is so relaxing there you just kind of slip in to lazing around. We would recommend The Fairmont, and we think it is more suited for mature couples. Oh yes and the Wifi is free.
"Good position - almost on the beach"
Just returned from a week at this hotel. It seems to be looking a little tired. Our room was big with a decent terrace, but the sofas and rug needed replacing. Breakfast was good, the lunch menu unimaginative & sadly the fine dining restaurant was closed. The staff also seemed a little tired! However, the barman made good cocktails & their ice cream the best I had ever eaten.
"Pink, Personal, Professional Perfection"
From arrival to departure, our honeymoon stay at the Fairmont Royal Pavilion was better than any other stay we've ever had. Welcomed by name and catered for so well throughout every facet of the stay.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM