Esperanza Resort


“This was the perfect getaway to start the year refreshed and relaxed. Peace and seclusion are evident throughout the resort yet we were never bored. There is a fantastic spa and plenty of activities on hand nearby: surfing, sailing, fishing, diving etc. I also loved wandering around the open-air art gallery - such a nice touch and a lovely way to spend a few hours. The 57 casitas are decorated in traditional Bajan style with art from local artists. Decor isn’t the most exciting, but that isn’t really the point of this place. Instead, focus on the lovely private terraces and ocean views - every room faces the water. Staff are fantastic, friendly, efficient and full of helpful hints.”
- Trusted Friend: Alanna Montanari, Los Angeles
(Date Experienced: January 2013)

Great for
Getting away from it all with enough to keep you occupied.

With whom
Children are only allowed in some of the resort so stick to a couples or an older family break.

Memorable moment
Whale spotting over breakfast in the restaurant carved into the cliffs at ‘Whale Point’.

Best time to go
The whale watching season is January-March.

Be aware
You’ll need to drive to get into town.

Price per night
From $525


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