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Combining signature modern luxury and the charming character of the Caribbean, the Fairmont Royal Pavilion is a Barbados hotel property unlike other. On an island already known for its pristine beaches and crystal clear waters, the Fairmont Royal Pavilion, located on the Caribbean Sea side of Barbados, remains the island's only luxury hotel directly on the beach. Though recently renovated in 2017, the Fairmont Royal Pavilion has maintained its colonial style architecture — and added a few other modern touches. Influenced by local artists and culture, the 72 newly refurbished guest rooms and specialty suites reflect the best of the Bajan lifestyle. Throughout the hotel property, guests can partake in regional delicacies, live music renditions and take in work handpicked (and handcrafted) by local artists, allowing everyone to feel truly at home on this magical isle.
Situated on the Caribbean coast overlooking the Alleynes Bay beach, the Fairmont Royal Pavilion is the only beachfront hotel in Barbados. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
As if its proximity to the beach wasn't enough, all 72 rooms and suites have been completed refurbished to inspire rest and relaxation. Staying true to its colonial heritage, today's rooms are decorated with soft, contemporary beach pieces and accented with cornflower blue hues. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
All rooms at the Fairmont Royal Pavilion come with an ocean view, but leaving the room can be especially hard knowing guests can indulge with exclusive butler service, balcony breakfasts and afternoon teas, a Fairmont Hotels signature. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
From the Andromeda Botanical Gardens to catamaran day cruises to the Mount Gay Rum Tour, the local attractions are as dynamic as they come. With help from the concierge, guests at the Fairmont Royal Pavilion can explore the capital city of Bridgetown, tour Harrison's Cave and even arrange a shipwreck scuba diving excursion. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Barbados is known to have some of the most abundant wildlife in the region and some of the clearest waters from which to observe them. In addition, visitors can snorkel and dive above many shipwreck sites along the southwestern coast. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
With the ocean's close proximity and nearly one full mile of exclusive play space comes a plethora water sports: kayaking, snorkeling, paddle boarding, hobie wave sailboats, windsurfing and even sea floats. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
While it can be hard to tear yourself from the beach, the hotel also offers a freshwater pool and heated jacuzzi adjacent to green gardens, white gazebos and palm trees. Even from the comfort of a poolside lounge chair, the ocean waves can be heard. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Both the Palm Terrace Restaurant and the Taboras Restaurant offer sweeping views of the ocean and world-class dining experiences. Each takes a unique approach to dining as well: the Palm Terrace highlights signature flavors of the island, while Tabaros has a more romantic appeal and serves up a variety of local and international dishes. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Exclusive is the name of the game here and the Fairmont Spa does not disappoint. In addition to a spa featuring various massages and treatments, the Fairmont Royal Pavilion is also home to Sass Beauty Salon. One of St. James’ most renowned salons, Sass is internationally acclaimed for its beauty services. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
As the name suggests, guests at the Fairmont Royal Pavilion are treated like royalty while they're in Barbados. Ready to sail away? Start planning your #FairmontMoments vacation today.