The House in Barbados refurbished

The House, one of Barbados’ West Coast hotels, completed a five-month refurbishment including a fresh look in the guestrooms and bathrooms. The boutique, adults-only, 34-suite hotel now showcases contemporary interior designs, as well as new room decor complete with local handcrafted Bajan artwork.

These developments, along with the introduction of a new one-bedroom suites concept and the hotel’s 24-hour Ambassador Programme, are said to be designed to create a “home away from home” environment.

The residential feel of The House will be extended to each of the bedrooms with an emphasis on the customized wooden furniture, new seating areas and French doors opening out to ocean views from balconies. All bathrooms will be refreshed with new granite surfaces, make-up mirrors, rainfall showers and shower jets. Soft lighting will be installed throughout the property.

The new one-bedroom suites are 689 square feet.

There are plenty of pampering options at The House. Guests can have treatments in their rooms and in the beach cabanas, or can indulge in the spa at The House’s sister property and next-door neighbor, Tamarind. The Tamarind Spa offers exclusive treatments developed by spa company O SPA London, and offers a selection of treatments including a couples Four Hands Suga Suga Lomi Lomi Massage.

The property’s fitness center has a range of Cybex cardio and weight equipment. There is also a selection of fitness classes available at Tamarind. In addition, training sessions are available in the gym.

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