The hotel’s 35 suites form a horseshoe around the freshwater pool, surrounded by tropical gardens and overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Each has a private terrace or balcony overlooking the gardens, pool or sea, and a boho-chic decor with modern art-inspired furnishings.
Tapestry is the hotel's main restaurant where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served, with an award winning chef serving up a seasonal menu inspired by local specialities. Regular theme dining experiences feature tapas dishes from around the world, barbeque buffets with a steel pan band and extravagant Sunday lunches.Batik Bar serves cocktails throughout the day and night, while The Wine Cellar is an intimate space where guests can sample fine wines and learn from a sommelier. Guests at the resort can enjoy a range of signature Elegant Inclusions such as daily breakfast, a nightly sunset happy hour, one chef's table dinner for two in the wine cellar and a tour of local museums and galleries.
The Taste of Elegance Dine Around Programme allows those staying at Treasure Beach to also dine at the hotel's sister properties on the west and south coast of Barbados, accessed by complimentary water taxi during the daytime.
Guests can spend their days relaxing on the beach or by the pool, where attentive 'ambassadors' are on hand to bring you anything from snacks and cocktails to fresh towels, while a spa service is found just steps away at neighbouring Tamarind, a fellow Elegant Hotel. Cultural experiences on offer include a pastry-making lesson with the hotel's award-winning chef, outdoor film nights, beach walks for aspiring photographers and painting sessions on the beach. Guests can also meet some of the artisans whose pieces are featured throughout the hotel.
Last Visited By Jo, Founder
I love the spot this small west coast hotel is in, the stunning ocean out front and not far off, swimming distance for some, is a spot to snorkel with the Turtles. The buildings that house the suites at Treasure Beach are in a horse-shoe shape facing out towards the turquoise sea. Central to the buildings is a newly refurbished pool area, with seating and the hotel’s intimate restaurant. There is also a large grassed area looking out over the water, which would be my favourite spot to and take in the view. The many repeat guests here often get to know each other, and there is a friendly atmosphere which is welcoming. Many of the suites have great views from their bedrooms or the nicely appointed living areas. The old library has been refurbished to make a delightful new spa which has been put together with care to create a serene and relaxing place for treatments.