Heaven on earth at Barbuda Belle
When elite travellers who appreciate a truly utopian experience seek the best in the Caribbean, they chose the Barbuda Belle Boutique Hotel. Located on a most beautiful beach in the Caribbean, this luxury hotel is far off the beaten path in an area that is unspoiled by civilization. Guests seek the beauty and tropical paradise that the region is known for and find a peaceful oasis unlike any other. Guests are offered a choice of six beachfront bungalows during their stay at the hotel. Each bungalow is spacious, with a large private balcony overlooking the cerulean waters and ancient trees of the Codrington Lagoon Park. The décor is understated in the finest possible ways, allowing the glamour of your surroundings to become the highlight of your stay. Each window and doorway provides clear views of the crystalline sea and the precious rose-tinted sands that surround the hotel.
Dining at Barbuda Belle is a transformative experience, thanks in part to the supreme talents of their master French chef. Guests may choose to have their breakfast or dinner in the Mangrove Restaurant, and lunches are catered to whichever location you may desire during your stay. Ravish your taste buds with fresh fish caught locally, while sitting on the Barbuda beach. The hotel’s philosophy and dedication to nature are exemplified in their efforts to promote sustainable cuisine. Each meal is decadent and artfully prepared using only the freshest and locally sourced ingredients on the island.
Barbuda is an island that was meant for exploration, relaxation, and adventure. No matter what your preference, you can find it effortlessly here. Spend an afternoon in the water, snorkelling, windsurfing or boating. Take a leisurely walk through the mangrove trails to spot the native flora and fauna of the land. Close to its sister island, Antigua, Barbuda provides the same luxury paradise experience with far less traffic. For an interesting look into the history of this British isle, visit the Codrington village and meet with the native residents before returning home to Barbuda Belle.