Barbados features a lively assortment of entertainment and nightlife convenient to many of the Elegant Hotels properties. On the South Coast, St. Lawrence Gap offers a street lined with cool bars and unique restaurants as well as nightclubs for live music and dancing. Another great spot for nightlife is in historic Holetown, where trendy bars and restaurants bring balmy island nights to life. Don’t miss the wildly popular Oistins Friday Night Fish Fry, a casual weekly gathering featuring fish dishes of all kinds such as mahi-mahi, tuna, marlin, or flying fish and Cou cou – the national dish. Make a stop at any one of the 1,500 rum shops on island where you can "lime like a local" while sampling some great rums and local culinary delights such as Bajan cutters. Enjoy the variety of Barbados nightlife events Elegant Hotels have to offer.
First and Second streets in Holetown are the new happening spot in Barbados. The area is filled with a wide variety of bars and it is very popular especially on Friday and Saturday nights. Each February, this town hosts the Holetown Festival , a colourful local festival of crafts, music, and historical parades! Colony Club is only minutes away.
Oistins Fish Fry
On Friday nights particularly, the big thing to do is to go to the fish fry at Oistin's Bay Gardens on the South Coast. The food is the main draw but there are also arts and crafts, music and dance. We offer a shuttle service from the hotel at a small fee.
Harbour Lights Nightclub is a renowned open air beach front nightclub just 5 minutes from the heart of Bridgetown. Be blown away by the fire eater and watch in awe as the skillful stiltmen, the green monkey and the shaggy bear display their acrobatic moves. On Mondays & Wednesdays, from 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., all ages are welcome at the Beach Extravaganza Dinner Show, with great food, amazing entertainment and dancing on the sand: an authentic Bajan experience.
St. Lawrence Gap
St.Lawrence Gap, a 1.3 km stretch of road in the parish of Christ Church, is famous for its fine restaurants, lively nightlife and good shopping. 'The Gap', as it is commonly known, is a place where various cultures meet and merge. Our very own Turtle Beach resort is located within walking distance to the famed St. Lawrence Gap.