Pirate's Inn Apartment Hotel
Comfortable, affordable, repeatable.
An intimate, affordable hotel close to Bridgetown, the airport and the beach. Fully equipped studio apartments facing a central pool. Close to shopping and restaurants. Bed and breakfast available.
Studio with Patio
Room size: 360 ft²
Our studio with patio is on the ground floor of the hotel with walk out access to our central pool. Rooms are fully air conditioned with kitchenette and en suite bathroom and include daily housekeeping service, water, gas, electricity, cable TV, safety deposit boxes. Cribs (infant beds) available.
Children under 12 sharing with adults - free.
Free WiFi is available in all rooms.
Standard Studio Apartment
Room size: 360 ft²
Our standard studio with is on the first floor of the hotel and features larger room areas with no patio or balcony. Some rooms have full views of our central pool. All feature large picture windows. Rooms are fully air conditioned with kitchenette and en suite bathroom and include daily housekeeping service, water, gas, electricity, cable TV, safety deposit boxes. Cribs (infant beds) available.
Children under 12 sharing with adults - free
Upgrades are available to rooms with a balcony or patio and are based upon availability.
Free WiFi is available in all rooms.
Studio with Balcony
Room size: 360 ft²
Our studio with balcony is on the first floor of the hotel overlooking our central pool. Rooms are fully air conditioned with kitchenette and en suite bathroom and include daily housekeeping service, water, gas, electricity, cable TV, safety deposit boxes. Cribs (infant beds) available.
Children under 12 sharing with adults - free.This studio has a balcony, kitchenware and oven.
Free WiFi is available in all rooms.
Located 3.1 miles from downtown Bridgetown and 3 minutes from Accra Beach, this 2-story inn features a large courtyard with pool and deck.
At Pirate's Inn we offer you the warmest Caribbean welcome. Enjoy a delightful experience in apartment hotel accommodation! You'll love our authentic decor, spacious rooms and full size pool, as well as our colorful landscape with palm trees and tropical flowers throughout the property. Relax by the pool whilst sipping a cool refreshing drink from the bar and simply unwind and watch the world go by.
Our restaurant is open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon for breakfast and lights snacks. Our bar opens from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The daily Happy Hour from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. has remained popular with our guests for many, many years.
Let our friendly and accommodating staff make sure you have a delightful and enjoyable stay. Their knowledge of sights and places to visit during your stay will be invaluable.
Located in Hastings, within close proximity to the tranquil Caribbean Sea (see map), our accommodations are especially convenient for families, allowing easy walking access to beaches, water-sports, golf, tennis, squash, shops, restaurants, banks, supermarkets and anything else you may need. The new Boardwalk provides direct and easy access to the beach just 100 metres away.
Pirate's Inn offers rooms on two levels: our ground floor features our studios with patios and our first floor features our standard studios and studios with balconies. There is no elevator on property; first floor rooms are accessible via stairs. Cable TV and a kitchenette are found in each colourful apartment of the Pirate’s Inn. A coffee maker is included, and some rooms also feature a balcony or patio.
Pirate's Inn announces free WIFI access anywhere on the property. Surf from your room or relaxing by the pool. With telephones available in each room, there have never been more ways to stay connected!
There are several attractions nearby including historic Bridgetown and its environs. Needhams Point is less than 1.6 miles from the Pirate’s Inn. Garrison Savannah is 5 minutes away.
Pirate's Inn is a member of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association and the Intimate Hotels of Barbados.
We have an exclusive offer for Bajans. Book now for our best staycation rate and receive a free upgrade. Just enter the promo code STAYCATION.
Terms and conditions apply*
*Minimum two (2) night stay required (any two consecutive nights)
*Proof of residence required.
Located on the outskirts of Bridgetown, this cricket arena recently hosted the World Cup in 2007. Barbados is one of the international centres for cricket and plays host to regular test matches between the months of January and April, with teams drawn from the West Indies, England, Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan and South Africa.
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George Washington House
The young George Washington and his ailing brother Lawrence resided in this historic plantation house, also known as Bush Hill House, for two months in 1751. Barbados was the only country ever visited by the future “First Father” of his country and Bush Hill House the only house he ever lived in outside of the continental United States.
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Barbados Museum & Historical Society
Located in Barbados' UNESCO World Heritage Property, the Barbados Museum���s galleries are housed in 19th century military prison buildings and reveal the island���s rich history, culture and heritage. The Shilstone Memorial Library is open Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Rare West Indian documents, photographs and hard-to-find books enable research of all types including family history research. The Museum Shop is the ideal place to shop in comfort for uniquely Barbadian souvenirs and gifts such as prints, 18th century maps, and books.
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The Cricket Legends of Barbados Inc.
The Cricket Legends of Barbados is a fascinating cricket museum filled with varied memorabilia. The exciting CLOBI World Masters Cricket Cup provides cricket fun-lovers with re-kindled satisfaction from seeing their cricket heroes from around the world in action again. - High quality, indigenously produced DVDs documenting the achievements of our Barbadian and West Indian Cricket Icons - Exclusive Cricket Legends of Barbados clothing lines and other sports attire. - Legends’ appearance engagements, speeches and endorsement plus more...
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The Artsplash Centre
ArtSplash is a fun community art centre, cafe, gallery and play park. Come and hang out at our farmer’s market, grab a natural juice or lunch from the cafe, venture onto the play park zip lines and explore our wide range of excellent art classes and birthday party packages.
The National Stadium of Barbados, all five stands, 500 meter cycling track, athletic track and surroundings situated at Waterford, St. Michael was built between 1968 to 1970, and served as the major training, recreational and showcasing facility for hundreds of Barbadian and International athletes over the years.
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Frangipani Art Gallery
Frangipani Art Gallery is situated at Sugar Cane Club, Hotel and Spa, Barbados. We carry a selection of originals in various mediums, giclees and prints by local, Caribbean and International artists.
Octopus Exhibition Center
Octopus Exhibition Centre is an organization which uses workshops, exhibitions, and events to educate the public about various topics (science, the environment, culture). Located on the South Coast of the island, they are housed in a quaint building next to one of the island's beautiful testaments of nature, the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary.
Caribbean Wax Museum
An Amazing collection of Caribbean personalities created in wax. Most characters molded lifesize and created by award winning sculptor Art Edwards and Frances Ross.
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Tyrol Cot Heritage Village
The Tyrol Cot Heritage Village in Barbados was the home of one of the founding fathers of Barbadian democracy, Sir Grantley Adams, and his son, second Prime Minister of Barbados, the late J.M.G.M. "Tom" Adams. The house is a monument to a vital period in the island's history, as well as containing Sir Grantley's personal effects - such as his old radio and car licence plate - and a fine collection of antique furniture.
Mallalieu Motor Collection
In the historical site of Pavilion Court, the red brick complex, located on Hastings Christ Church on the island of Barbados is a well-kept secret, except for those real car and motor enthusiasts. Mallalieu Motor Collection is a private collection of exotic vintage cars owned by an individual of the same name, Bill Mallalieu.
Main Guard House and Clock Tower
The Main Guard House and Clock Tower in Barbados was built sometime in 1804, and is architecturally one of the most outstanding buildings located in the Garrison Historic Area. The building is of Georgian architecture and the property consists of the main house, a clock tower, a gallery and a guardhouse located at the rear. It overlooks the Savannah and has a unique George III Coat of Arms, in Coade stone (ceramic resembling stone), designed specifically for this building.
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Sheraton Mall has the distinction of being the first as well as the largest mall on the island with over 120 sotres and services including a Food Court and multiplex cinema.
The mall is centrally located on the South Coast, only a few minutes from St. Lawrence Gap, with ample free parking and late shopping until 9pm, Monday through Saturday. With one-stop duty-free shopping in a contemporary style, Sheraton is truly the mall that has it all.
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Sir Garfield Sobers Gymnasium
The Wildey Gymnasium is Barbados’ premier indoor sports facility and the focal point of the Garfield Sobers Sports Complex, which is named after Barbados’ most famous sports man, cricket giant Sir Garfield Sobers.
It’s located five miles outside of Bridgetown and is the first phase in the government’s plans for a multi-purpose sports facility in the surrounding area.
The Wildey Gymnasium was built with the assistance of the Chinese government and was opened in November 1992. It is fully air-conditioned, seats up to 5,000 and is available for most indoor sports. It has facilities for basketball, netball, volleyball, table tennis, gymnastics, bodybuilding, boxing and badminton.
Source description: https://www.totallybarbados.com/articles/sports/wildey-gymnasium/
Looking for an evening of spice and flavour? Then make your way down to the Harbour Lights Beach Extravaganza Dinner Show on Monday or Wednesday night! This south coast hotspot has something for everyone.
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St. Lawrence Gap
St.Lawrence Gap, a 1.3 km stretch of road in the parish of Christ Church, is famous for it's fine restaurants, diverse accommodation, lively nightlife and good shopping.
'The Gap', as it is commonly known, is a place where various cultures meet and merge ... it is an experience that should not be missed!
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The Garrison Savannah
The Historic Garrison Savannah in Barbados is home to the oldest operating horse race track in the western hemisphere.
Originally a marshy area up until the 18th century, this 30 acre Savannah was also the former military parade ground and a recreational area for soldiers. Events between the military and the plantocracy were also hosted at the Savannah.
The St Ann's Garrison and Savannah became official in 1808, when the Barrack buildings A, B and C Blocks were built.
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Lanterns is a modern mall and is one of the newest shopping centres. The complex hosts a mix of 30 shops and restaurants, and is the only retail facility of its kind on the island's South coast that is anchored by a major international brand, Subway. The food court which seats 240, is an eclectic representation of local, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Asian, and European restaurants. Lanterns also provides and up-scale retail environment, offering high quality clothing, toiletries, beauty and banking services.
Source description: https://www.visitbarbados.org/lanterns-at-hastings
The Richard Haynes Boardwalk
The Richard Haynes Boardwalk stretches along Hastings Rocks for 1.6 km between Camelot and Accra beach and follows the south coast of Barbados. This picturesque location is perfect for romantic afternoon strolls. There are several opportunities to stop and grab a snack at restaurants that line the path or sit and look out onto the Caribbean Sea. Tiny coves allow for sea bathing and sun tanning.
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Quayside Centre is a small mall located on the south coast of Barbados directly opposite the very popular Accra Beach, also known as Rockley Beach.
If you're visiting Accra Beach, hop across the street to Quayside Centre for a bite to eat at one of their many restaurants. Cuisine available includes grilled fish, Chinese, Mexican, pasta, pizza and ice cream with all the toppings!
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Hastings Rocks is located in the parish of Christ Church on the south coast of Barbados. This area enjoys spectacular views of the ocean and has always been a favourite spot for fairs and outdoor performances.
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With a population of about 110,000, Bridgetown is the island's largest and most vibrant city! After all, it is the capital and commercial centre of Barbados. Steeped in rich history and culture, Bridgetown today reflects a mix of the old and the new, with historic sites and buildings sitting amongst modern structures like multi-storey offices, financial institutions and shopping malls.
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Atlantis Submarines Barbados
Experience the award-winning Atlantis submarine tour which is one of the most highly-recommended attractions in Barbados for adults and children (Min height 3 feet.). On the hour we invite you to board our transfer vessel the Ocean Quest, which will take you to the submarine.
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Oistins is one of the hottest attractions in Barbados!
Each Friday and Saturday night hundreds of locals and visitors flock to Oistins for the Fish-Fry, an opportunity to enjoy the very best local food – fried and grilled fish, fish cakes, sweet potato, macaroni pie, and coleslaw and so much more.
There are numerous vendors to choose from and seating is readily available. The sounds of island music fill the air, making for a memorable evening out in a very casual setting!
Oistins is also the best spot to purchase locally made handicraft, art and jewellery.
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