Crane Beach Hotel Christchurch (Christchurch (BB))
- Crane Beach Hotel Christchurch (Christchurch (BB))
Crane Beach Hotel Christchurch
country: Barbados, city: Christchurch (BB) (Crane Beach)
Crane Beach Hotel Christchurch Set on the world-famous Crane Beach, the Crane Beach Hotel overlooks the perfect azure blue sea. Built in 1887 and fully restored and expanded in the 20th century, this truly unique property combines elegance, old-world charm and incredible natural beauty with a romantic sense of seclusion. During leisure, you can simply laze around the beach or explore the surrounding areas.
The hotel has comfortable and well-furnished accommodation units that are quipped with contemporary amenities. Famous for its fresh seafood and panoramic sea views for over a century, the L'Azure Restaurant serves a tempting range of classic and Caribbean delicacies. The Crane pool overlooks the beach and allows one the unique pleasure of relaxing in watery comfort while watching the wild beauty of the Atlantic Ocean.
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