Accommodation at Mango Bay
Rooms are air-conditioned and consist of a king-bed (Twin beds on request), private bathroom walk-in shower and hairdryer, telephone, cable television, iPod docking station, in-room safe, iron and ironing board, tea and coffee-making facilities, beach/pool towels, bathrobes patio or balcony. The Penthouse rooms have a cold plunge pool on the patio.
Standard rooms are located in the Standard Block, southeast of the Lobby. This block is located adjacent to 1st and 2nd Streets where there is the activity from the bars and the restaurant. These rooms offer garden and/or front of hotel views.
The upper floor rooms in this three-storey building are only accessible by stairs as there are no lifts in this block. Maximum number of guests are 3 adults or 2 adults & 1 child (12 years and under).
These rooms are situated in the Palm Beach Condominium Block, south of the restaurant. This block of rooms has a separate pool which may be used by guests of Mango Bay who are registered in one of these six units.
The Standard 1-Bedroom feature a separate living/dining area and are ideal for families and offer garden views. The upper floor rooms in this two-storey building are only accessible by stairs as there is no elevator in this block. Please note that each apartment is furnished differently. Maximum number of guests is 3 adults or 2 adults & 3 children 12 years and under.
These rooms are found in three floors of the main building and overlook the pool and/or the gardens. There is a lift or stairs serving these floors. Maximum number of guests are 3 adults or 2 adults & 2 children 12 years and under.
These rooms offer pool/ garden and/or panoramic views. Upper floor rooms can be accessed either via the stairs or the elevator. The maximum number of guests are 3 adults or 2 adults & 2 children 12 years and under.
These rooms are situated on three floors in the west end of the main building and are parallel to the beach. They offer full ocean views. Upper floor rooms can be accessed by the stairs or the lift. Maximum number of guests are 3 adults or 2 adults & 2 children 12 years and under.
The two Penthouse Suites are located on the west end of the 4th floor of the main building of the hotel. These wrap-around suites are glass-enclosed on two sides and feature a separate living area with scenic ocean views. These rooms can be accessed by the stairs or the lift. Maximum number of guests is 3 adults or 2 adults & 2 children -no children under the age of 13 yrs.
Mango Bay Barbados all-inclusive features
Full Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner
All drinks, including house wine with meals. Exceptions are champagne, speciality wines, and bottled water.
Weekly Mango Bay cocktail party
Nightly Live music from 9 pm - 11 pm
Watersports include paddle-boat, paddleboards, waterskiing, Hobie-cat, snorkelling, and kayaking.
Free scuba lesson in the swimming pool
One Cruise on a catamaran to snorkel with the turtles per guest per stay
One Glass-Bottom Boat ride per guest per stay
Complimentary WIFI in all guest rooms and public areas.
Use of Mini Gym on property
VAT and all other charges and taxes
Room service at a charge
Pool and beach service by beach ambassador
All activities featured in the all-inclusive programme are subject to availability, demand and weather conditions.
Things to do in Barbados
Festivals in Barbados
There are music and sports festivals. At some festivals people wear costumes.
Jazz Festival is a week-long festival at the beginning of the year.
Holetown Festival which starts on February 17 commemorates the arrival of European settlers.
Oistins Fish Festival - Easter weekend
De Congaline Carnival starts April 23
Crop Over Festival is a month-long event having to do with the end of the sugarcane harvest season.
National Independence Festival of Creative Arts - November
Mount Gay International Regatta - January
Mountain Bike Festival - February
Historical Walking Tour of Bridgetown
Get to know the history and culture of Bridgetown and Barbados on this half-day walking tour. With a guide providing in-depth commentary, you’ll get a full picture of what makes the capital of Barbados so special. With an audio headset provided, you won’t miss a word, and you’ll leave the tour knowing much more Barbadian history than you would exploring on your own.
Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
Small group ensures an intimate atmosphere
Learn about Barbadian history through a guide’s detailed commentary
Get a taste of Barbados’ cuisine with included snacks
Agapey Chocolate Factory Tour in Barbados
Take the tour and see how chocolate is made from "bean to bar" at the factory in Hincks St, Bridgetown. Agapey Chocolate Factory was founded to offer world-class luxury chocolate made in the Caribbean where most of the best cocoa beans in the world are grown.
Harrison’s Cave Signature Tram Tour
Explore underground caverns, fast-flowing streams, and beautiful natural formations. Helmets on head and cameras in hand; guests board a tram and are taken on a guided tour of the Cave. The one-hour tours run every day from 9:00 am every 20 to 40 minutes
Harbour Lights Beach Extravaganza and Dinner Show
Be captivated at Harbour Lights. Whether you come for the Carlisle Bay waters, the Caribbean Dinner Show or to party the night away, Harbour Lights is a memorable experience.
Hunte’s Gardens, in lush hills of St. Joseph’s, are just 30 minutes’ drive from Holetown. Near to Flower Forest and Orchid World, garden and nature lovers will have a day to remember.
The gardens display many surprises along the easy trails. There are the vibrant colours and textures of rare exotic plants in a series of mini-gardens.
You may be lucky enough to meet the creator of this place, Anthony Hunte. You will be entertained with fascinating stories while you enjoy a glass of rum punch, or a selection of tea, coffee, and cakes.
Flights to Barbados
British Airways flies a 224-seater Boeing 777 from London’s Gatwick Airport direct to Barbados’ Grantley Adams International Airport 9-12 times a week, with a flight time of approximately 8 hours and 30 minutes. There’s 1 flight on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 2 flights on Fridays and Saturdays.
Virgin Atlantic also flies to Barbados from both Gatwick and Manchester airports in the UK and
Caribbean Airlines operates connecting flights to the Island out of London Gatwick Airport.