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Barbados is het enige koraaleiland in de regio en heeft dan ook de meest prachtige witte zandstranden.

Mango Bay

Gelegen aan de beroemde westkust van Barbados biedt Mango Bay u een ideale strandvakantie  gecombineerd met de vriendelijke en persoonlijke service van een klein resort.

Vanaf € 238,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info


Over Mango Bay

Dit all inclusive hotel heeft een lounge, fitnesscentrum, spa, zwembad en een restaurant langs het strand. De maaltijden die hier worden geserveerd zijn een mix van Caraïbisch en internationale gerechten. Graag actief bezig? U heeft de mogelijkheid om gratis gebruik te maken van verschillende watersportactiviteiten. Er zijn diverse kamertypes, die overigens alle 76 de beschikking hebben over een balkon of patio, en welke voornamelijk verschillen qua uitzicht. Uitkijken over de tropische tuin, het zwembad of de oceaan? Aan u de keus!


  • all inclusive
  • beachfront
  • hotspot

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Barbados is het enige koraaleiland in de regio en heeft dan ook de meest prachtige witte zandstranden.

Mango Bay
De Westkust
v.a. € 238 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Alle kamers zijn uitgerust met airco, telefoon, tv, Ipod docking station, kluisje, strijkfaciliteiten, koffie- en theezetfacliteiten, een badkamer met bad e/o douche, toilet en haardroger en een balkon of patio.

Deze kamers kijken uit over de tuin en/of de voorzijde van het hotel waar de bedrijvigheid te vinden is.
Standaard 2-kamer appartement: Gelijk aan Standaard maar uitgerust met een aparte 'woonkamer'. Deze kijken uit op de tuin.

Superior: Gelijk aan Standaard maar ietwat ruimer en uitkijkend op het zwembad of de tuinen.
Ocean Front: Zoals Standard, parallel aan het strand gelegen met frontaal uitzicht over de zee.

All Inclusive

  • Ontbijt, Lunch, 'Afternoon Tea' en diner
  • Alle dranken m.u.v. champagne, bottled water en speciale wijnen
  • Watersporten zoals waterskiën, kajakken, peddelen, snorkelen
  • Gratis proefduik in zwembad
  • 1 gratis catamaran snorkelcruise
  • 1 gratis tocht met de 'glass bottom' boot


Dit complex ligt in St. James, direct aan een populair zandstrand aan de beroemde westkust van Barbados.

Aantal kamers



  • Lounge
  • Fitnesscentrum
  • Spa
  • Zwembad
  • Restaurant
  • Gratis WiFi (in centrale ruimtes)


Iedere avond 'live' muziek

De westkust van Barbados heeft een zeer mondaine uitstraling en wordt daarom ook wel ‘Platinum Coast’ of ‘Glamoureuze Westkust’ genoemd. Voor een luxe vakantie Barbados zit u hier goed; hier liggen de meest luxueuze hotels waar u van alle gemakken wordt voorzien. Hier kunt u heerlijk luieren op een wit strand, met de blauwe zee aan uw voeten.

"A wonderful place to stay"

I'll get the bad out of the way first. As mentioned in other reviews the noise from neighbouring bars at the back of the hotel on the weekend is unwelcome. But everything else more than made up for it. The food for an all-inclusive offering was exceptional and there is plenty of choice on the drinks front too. Highlights for me were fish sticks at breakfast, beef stir fry noodles and the amazingly spicy Bloody Mary. The trip on the catamaran to swim with the turtles is a must. We will be back Mango Bay!

"Lovely honeymoon stay, great beach, nice staff and delicious food! "

Mango bay is a lovely relaxing hotel as it's a small hotel so it's quiet and don't feel crowded around the grounds. There are a few bars which are noisy on the evening but they did not keep us up at all, we could barely hear it if door was shut except from karaoke night on Sunday but it still didn't keep us up. The food is exceptional, lunch and dinner choices were good, always a vegetarian a fish and two meat dishes to choose from. The desserts were my favourite, the assorted trio each night were great! There are two casual evenings, Wednesday and Saturday where the dinner service is a buffet and Sunday and Tuesday the lunch is buffet service. Afternoon tea is also tasty. The bar is great, lots of tasty cocktails on menu but will also do any cocktail you ask for! Waiter service on the beach and around the pool so you don't have to get up and wait. The reception are very helpful and booked all our trips and dinner reservations. All staff were friendly and enjoyed a joke! The rooms are spacious with clean pool towels everyday! Beach area is great, 20 metres out is rock reef with lots of different fish so snorkelling is fun! Also free water sports activities and 2 complimentary boat trips provided by the hotel. We had great wifi all around the grounds of the hotel and on the beach too. We will be back at mango bay sometime in the future!

"Sadly Not What It Was"

I've been to Mango Bay several times and have previously thoroughly enjoyed it. However, we went again this January and were totally disheartened to find that a loud group of about 20 guests partied noisily until late, blatantly blocked almost all of the sunbeds on the deck each day - at least half of the beds they reserved were never used and those which were, were occupied by heavy smokers and loud talkers. Several guests complained to staff but to no avail. I've seen the same group of people at Mango Bay previously, and in the past staff have had a quiet word with the offending parties, behaviours have improved and Mango Bay standards quickly recovered. Not this year though. On our departure we discussed our concerns that Mango Bay was more interested in retaining the income from large groups than ensuring individuals and couples can enjoy their holidays. Nobody disagreed. A friend has just returned from Mango Bay this month and had a very similar experience to us and has said they will not return. I don't think we will either. It is very sad to see that standards have slipped so much. Poor show Mango Bay.

"A great choice on the ' Platinum coast ' of Barbados - but with some work to do"

Friendliness : the staff were amazing and the atmosphere with other hotel guests was also good . there are many ' returners ' and this must be a key reason . Pedro and Tanya at the restaurant and the reception staff were all outstanding . Just one or two sullen individuals but generally the staff are a big plus Rooms : yes they will need a refurb in the coming year(s) . Our 'superior' room overlooked the bar , was a good size , nice balcony , some bar noise but none of the street noise you get in the ' standard' rooms . Food and drink : the quality was consistently good and the AI drinks choice excellent . The meals are on a 2 week cycle so only in our third week did we a get a repeat . The choice was excellent with a good mix of a la carte , buffet and BBQ . One gripe : I don't like formal dress in the warm Caribbean so would appreciate all 7 days allowing shorts in the heat . we liked the house rose and red wines and there were good cocktails and branded drinks available . sparkling wine available at a cost . Sea : the big benefit of the hotel is the beachside location just a few steps from hotel rooms . Guests reserving loungers with towels doesn't help and hawkers can be annoying ( although they normally respect a firm , polite no thanks ) but its a great location for a swim with Folkestone marine reserve 10 mins walk away to the North for the keen snorkeller . The included catamaran trip was excellent , the glass bottomed boat trip also good . Having waterskiing included and hobbit cats etc made that aspect especially good value for those interested in water sports . The area : its a 2 minute walk to the shops of Holetown and the bar area is even closer. there are beachfront walks for 2 - 3 miles North and South at low tide ( provided the waves are not too high ) . If you have a car Holetown is a good base for exploring the Gardens and its about 20 - 30 minutes from the dramatically different north and east coasts . We enjoyed a mini moke for 3 days - great fun . And the locals were so helpful with directions where the signposting was inadequate ( often ! ) . The crazy yellow reggae buses ply the north south road just 2 minutes from the hotel if you want to explore with public transport Entertainment : overall a weak point I thought . the Wednesday evening singer was great and people enjoyed dancing when she and the backing keyboards were on but a lot of the other evenings were second rate karaoke style singer plus pre recorded backing . I'd rather have 3 or 4 nights without ' entertainment ' and better quality for the remaining nights . The playlist was boringly the same many evenings . The music in the restaurant was repetitive , the waves sounded much better ! Overall a great hotel with a few things they could do to improve .

"Excellent food; More than compensates for occasional above average noise disturbance"

The cuisine, its variation of choice and the professional manner in which it is served are the prime attributes of this beach-side hotel. The transformation in the restaurant, with the change-over from breakfast & lunch to the evening dinner setting is remarkable, as pristine white table-cloths together with white-linen draped seating covers appears. It creates that kind of ambience where one actually enters having a poor appetite, yet, when the wide-ranging, printed menu is presented, the appetite is immediately stimulated ! Some have criticized the 30min phased pre-booking entry system to the restaurant, but I see this a definite plus point, where better resource planning provides improved table service (actually the restaurant is large enough to seat the entire full hotel.). Buffet breakfast starts at 07:30, and entry time is variable not requiring a pre-booking. As you enter for breakfast you are required to book lunch & dinner times for that day(or the following day if you wish). No problem at all with this system since it suits your daytime planning & both the 'Late-Nighter' & the 'Early-Bedders' are catered for. Afternoon tea and scones are first class. The beach setting is excellent, having extra-soft sand with super-soft 3 inch thick padded loungers. The option of a decked platform, looking out to sea, adjacent to the beach is also a bonus for those who dislike the sand. Here also there has been some criticism, given the size of the beach, with too-close a spacing on the loungers... but I found no problem whatsoever. Umbrellas are of ample diameter to provide all-day protection, even from the occasional Caribbean 'hot' shower. The 'Achilles Heel' of the hotel, could well be unwanted sound, which can be heard even in the more expensive rooms which originates from the evening entertainment &/or the proximity of the bar. This is somewhat due to the relatively narrow width of the hotel. To me it was all acceptable and even an early to bed night is fixable with a good set of ear plugs. In my estimate the largest demand is for superior rooms, but here the positional location of the 'garden' vs 'poolside' is not clearly defined on their brochure. The garden rooms are immediately opposite the bar( closer to the sea than the poolside rooms). The bar closes at midnight, and only those with the most discernable hearing on the ground-floor garden rooms will pick-up 'chatter' from the bar until midnight. Individual room choice would be difficult since the hotel sees a high repeat guest list with early booking evident. The noise for the standard room occupants, originating from the 'China-Town-Hubbub' of 1st & 2nd Streets, attacks this separated portion of the building with a vengeance. The Sunday night I looked out, it seemed to me, that the whole of Barbados had descended on 1st Street to have a 'ball', get drunk; ( & deaf !) with the party easily going on until ~ 3am. Unless you are totally deaf, or intend to party yourself well into the night...be prepared. It strikes me as strange as to why a hotel of this stature has not tackled this problem on the standard rooms. I'm sure the ROI ( return on investment) would well be worth it. Try a one-off(room) to start... double entry thick doors on the room, ( one open out--one in) with a minimum 10 inch air gap; improved door seals, and look at secondary glazing. If Airport hotels can do it.. so is this possible! A noise-analysis consultant should be able to advise if the walls are thick enough to avoid resonance.

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