What happened to the Almond Beach hotel Barbados?

Almond Beach Village, near Speightstown on the west coast of Barbados, will close its doors on April 30 “due to the deteriorating quality of the product,” according to Ralph Taylor, CEO of Almond Resorts.

What is the Almond Beach Club in Barbados called now?

A return to the former Almond Beach Club now The Club. We had a timeshare week to exchange and used it to stay at Club Barbados.

Is Beaches opening in Barbados?

The island’s beaches are all open to the public — even those in front of the big resort hotels and private homes — and the government requires that there be access to all beaches via roads along the property line or through hotel entrances.

What happened to beaches Barbados?

Progress has stalled on the Beaches resort project in Barbados, on the site of the former Almond Beach Village in St. Peter. The Barbados government contends that the hotel chain was seeking more concessions than had been granted by the previous administration, according to a report in the Jamaica Gleaner.

Are they building a new Beaches resort?

NEW BEACHES. We are proud to announce that we are bringing the Beaches Resorts to a brand new destination, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines! This will mark our fourth Beaches Resort and expansion into our eighth Caribbean destination. We have long heard our guests asking for more Beaches Resorts and we listened.

Are all beaches in Barbados free?

Though Barbados offers an array of beaches to enjoy, one of the island’s most popular attractions is the Barbados Boardwalk.

When did sandals come to Barbados?

Sandals Barbados opened in January 2015 with 280 rooms set on seven acres, while its sibling Sandals Royal Barbados, debuted in December 2017 with 222 suites on 14 acres. Sandals Barbados reopens on May 14.

What happened to Jewel Dunns River?

Sandals will transform the former Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort & Spa and Jewel Runaway Bay Beach Resort & Waterpark, two all-inclusive resorts acquired in 2020, plus a prime parcel of beachfront land adjacent to the Dunn’s River resort into three distinct properties under the Sandals and Beaches brands.