In Barbados, a different kind of all-inclusive resort
It has always been one of the coolest corners of Barbados, a hotel that was both a boutique hotel and a private club.
For years, The House has been one of the island’s most sought-after stays, an effortless little resort town nestled in the heart of the West Coast.
And now it’s something else: an all-inclusive.
The 34-room adults-only hotel is part of the Elegant Hotels portfolio, which is now part of All inclusive by Marriott, the new all-inclusive offer from the biggest name in the hotel industry. (In Barbados, this includes five other hotels: Tamarind, Treasure Beach, Crystal Cove, Turtle Beach, and The Waves.)
And what that means is that it’s not only one of the best adults-only resorts in the Caribbean, it’s part of the pantheon of the best all-inclusive resorts in the entire region.
What hasn’t changed is the essence of The House: the lavish suites (some of which have their own private plunge pools); twilight torchlight cocktails; the charming boutique spa; afternoon tea.
It’s with a beautiful stretch of Platinum Coast beach, easy access to nearby golf courses; and even a free water taxi to other Marriott all-inclusive properties nearby.
And then there’s the party room, the Maison’s famous champagne breakfast, a sparkling daily ritual that turns ordinary mornings into celebration.
Because although it is all-inclusive in all respects, it does not to feel as an all inclusive; it took a hip and boutique hospitality experience and married it with Marriott’s class-leading approach to the all-inclusive experience, one that emphasizes that – the experience.
It’s all included, it’s all a part of The House, with the airy convenience that more and more travelers are looking for these days.
And that’s a very cool thing.
To learn more, visit The House.