Address: \N, Christ Church, BB15018, Barbados | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on \N, Christ Church, is near Cool Runnings Catamaran Cruises, Rockley Beach, Glory Tours, and Beaches of Worthing.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Rostrevor Christ Church

    Good accomodations for the price, but........


    I just returned from my one-week vacation in Barbados..stayed at the Rostrevor after reading all the glowing reviews from this website..

    And I will say they're just about right on target...

    I got an excellent package deal with my travel agent which worked out to about $75 a night at Rostrevor...In the new wing,,with a/c...kitchenette, beautiful bathroom ,,not to mention your own private balcony that looks out over pool & beach..

    Now...about there "Beach"..I'm using that word generously,,it's more like a small sliver of beach sand with rocks around it..

    You'll do better to take a quick walk down the street to the "Divi SouthWinds" resort..which has a fabulous big beach,,,I hung out there for the most part..

    I agree with the other reviewer about the noise...This hotel is right across the street from the "Ship Inn:"...which is Party Central on the weekends (should have brought my ear plugs) prepared to shell out $25 for the ability to make any long distance calls from your room,,,I was told this $25 was a "deposit"...but when I checked out I was told I owed $110 Barbados dollars in phone calls!! I let them charge it to my master card,,,but never got the deposit back...

    Of course my international calling card which I use everywhere without any problems was completely useless in Barbados...they do things in there own way down there...

    I was'nt too thrilled with Barbados anyway,,,and if I ever DO return I would definitely shell out the extra money to stay at the more upscale hotels on the west coast...You get what you pay for,,right?

    The Best Place I ever stayed.


    I went over and over on the internet looking at Hotels in Barbados. The one I chose was The

    Rosstrevor Hotel in St Lawrence Gap. First time to Barbados and I was spot on with chosing the Rosstrevor. Perfect location Newly re-done. I had a beautiful view of the ocean and beach from my balcony on the 4th floor. Seperate kitchen with micro wave , gas stove, fridge etc. Pots pans, utensils and crockery setting for two. Out the back door and lined up fro a mile in each direction Pubs, clubs and resturants. I paid $492 for a week all inclusive. Don't see any point in going anywhere else.



    Absolutely horrendous! When reservations were made I was told that they were only booking the

    newly renovated air-conditioned wing. On arrival, we were given a room w/o air-conditioning. After complaining to the office, we were told it would cost an additional US $37 per night for a room w/ air. When asking for the manager, it was continually stated that she was unavailable. Room service was terrible as we had to argue for fresh towels daily! Room had hundreds of tiny red ants everywhere. Now the noise factor. Front facing rooms (we had one) have wooden window slats that can't be closed. If there are people milling about in front of your room, you'll definatley know!

    Everytime you left your room, one was required to turn in the room key to the front office, what a hassle. There are delapidated safety boxes in the room, but your charged extra for that too if you need to use them.

    Horrible experience! Please don't make the mistake we did. Book somwhere else. Try the West Coast hotels for more class and courtesy!

    The best secret of Barbados !!


    Rostrevor is the best kept secret in Barbados !! We just came back from our third trip there in the past 10 years. We stay in the older apartments because of the charm and character they have. Although the newer wing is beautiful. The ocean is right there and the Almond tree bar is terrific. There are people of all ages there , that have been returning for 20 -30 years. It is like going home. We feel really comfortable there. Staff is super ! Being right in the "Gap" is the best place to be, central for dining and entertainment. We checked out some of the other more expensive resorts/hotels, and they really don't have the charm that Rostrevor has !! The best flying fish sandwich on the island !! We look forward to returning there again and again !!

    Value for money


    I stayed at the Rostrevor in May 2003. Unlike the other reviews here, I stayed in the old building which overlooks the pool with the ocean to the right. When I 1st saw the room I was a little disappointed as it looked slightly run down - but it was clean. However, you get what you pay for and everything else about the hotel more than compensated for this. The staff are friendly, it is in a lively area and it is very private. There is a supermarket within walking distance and a convenience store a few steps away. The old block does have a kitchenette, but does not have a tv or air-conditioning, but does have a ceiling fan. I found the breeze from the ocean enough to keep you cool at night. I thoroughly recommend this hotel and will go back again.

    Same time, same place, same apartment, next year


    We are 8 weeks away from our third visit in 4 years....the place is small enough to have a great personal touch but big enough for all the privacy you want. Many of the people who are there when we are, are returning for the 20th / 30th year on the run so that should tell any readers about how good the place is. The rooms are clean and the view of the Caribbean is worth the 9 hour flight alone. Barbados is a diamond and Rostrevor is it's sparkle !...........don't tell anybody though!

    Barbados' Best Kept Secret


    I've been staying at the Rostrevor for over 10 years now. I like it so much, I'm somewhat hesitant to share it. You won't find better value or a nicer staff or better accomodation for the price anywhere on Barbados. Each year has seen added improvements, and the new wing is as good as anything on the Gap. The Gap itself offers restaurants and entertainment, while the Rostrevor offers rest and relaxation, the pool, the beach, and a practically guaranteed great stay. Now don't tell anyone else!

    Lovely sojurn in the Gap


    I recently spent a weekend in Barbados at this property. It was perfect for my requirements.The rooms are recently refurbished and superbly appointed with comfortable furnishings. There is a fully equipped kitchenette and the bathroom contains all new fittings. Seamless solid surface counters and sinks are featured in both the bathroom and kitchenette.Wide French doors with brushed stainless steel hardware frames a magnificent vista of the ocean which is impossibly aquamarine. Each room has its own private balcony overlooking the ocean.The property is secure and the private beach, though small, provides ample space for a quick dip or a soak in the waves. The pool ranges in depth from 6' to 3' and is more than adequate.The restaurants are quite simple but one will not go hungry as the delights of St Lawrence Gap are but a few footsteps away from the hotel in either direction. Fine dining is available at the world renown Pices. Josef's is right around the corner as is Cafe del Sol (Mexican) and even a pub (that featured a Latin night while we were there). Across the street is the Ship which has only been drunk dry once in its history (by the crew of the HMS Ark Royal).There is a small police post a few yards down the road and that emphasizes the feeling of security that one feels in Barbados. A night stroll is "no problem" and the members of the local constabulary are as polite as they are unobtrusive.There is even a convenience store a few steps away so that you can stock the 'fridge' with a few snacks.Lets not forget the staff, everyone was friendly and helpful and did their best to ensure that our stay was a pleasant one. I heartily recommend Rostrevor Apartments to you if you are contemplating a stay in Barbados.

    Very Pleasantly Surprised


    Didn't have much info to go on, just found the place on the net, and was one of few places with rooms at the last minute...and was only $130 US per night. So I was leery about what to expect. When I saw the room I was ecstatic. It was immensely better than I expected. We were in the new building, didn't see the two old ones. It's not a huge resort. Looked like it was just built, everything was very clean, brand new, nice tile floors, AC and ceiling fan (didn't need AC, it was perfect weather) full kitchenette, and frech doors that open right out onto a private balcony, the garden, and then the beach/ocean. The pool is a bit run down, and there's a small poolside bar that serves food and a great pina colada. But it's right on a nice private beach, and you can easily go to the public one a few block away, if that's what you're into. You'd have to, if you want to rent a jet ski, etc. Definitely ask about Taimi catamaran cruises at the front was a blast. Plenty of nightlife and restaurants close. There's a party to be had somewhere every night of the week it seems, if you look for it. I can't imagine much better bargain from what I saw doing my research. Highly recommended.

    Best deal I found in Barbados


    Christmas, 2002 was spent in Barbados. "The Gap" was particularly quiet and for a few days we felt like we had our own private resort. The restaurant and bar in the Rostrevor were hit and miss for even being open because it was so slow but the hotel itself was great. A great air-conditioned ultra-clean unit steps from the sea with a full kitchette at a great rate. Lots of good restaurants and bars around so it didn't matter if the Rostrevor's was open or not. I'd highly recomend it to anyone.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Rostrevor Christ Church

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Christ Church

    We will starve!

    A travel blog entry by bettya52 on Jun 04, 2013

    4 photos


    Oh no, it's Ruth and Malcolm's last day. They are leaving this afternoon and we will be very sad to see them go. It also reminds us that we only have 4 more days here. (That's me crying you can hear).

    Well there's no better way to say goodbye than to eat, so a big breakfast it is. Mum and I prepare ackee, salt fish, fried dumplings, beans and plantain. Ruth also musters up some bacon and Omara does a bit ...

    Ruel's Island

    A travel blog entry by captain-slog on Mar 16, 2013

    11 photos

    ... mouse freed him by gnawing through the rope.

    He showed us a church that was covered in cracks from the last few seismic tremors experienced by the island. It was from the 1700s and didn't look as though it was still structurally sound.


    A day in Bridgetown

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Jan 31, 2013

    28 photos

    ... connection of the two points and divide the land from the sea. The walk into town was a little over one mile and ran alongside of the breakwater of the port. Instead of a side walk, we walked on a hard sandy path approximately ten feet wide and shaded by rows of tall palm trees that lined both sides of the path. As we entered the town proper, we transfer from the sandy path to a modern wide concrete sidewalk that was level and free of the tripping hazards that we have been ...

    Barbados island drive

    A travel blog entry by stupidbunny on Jan 02, 2012

    1 photo

    ... guess it helps pay for the trips.

    When it was time for our tour, we walked along the dock, past the tall ship from Malta, through the harbour shops, to our meeting point. The tour began with an open safari truck tour of the island. Right after we sat down, it poured rain … we dropped the plastic awnings briefly, until the rain stopped. It had already begun to turn stifling inside the truck. (Side note: there were a total of 16 of us on the tour – ...

    Cross the Atlantic Off

    A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Dec 17, 2011

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... just to slow the boat down as she surfed down some quite big breaking seas. Top speed was 13.3 kts down one rather large wave.

    Our watch system was 2 hours on and 6 off so it was a realitively easy run having four of us on board. We were in daily contact with some 30 odd boats around us, both ahead and behind, each giving their positions and weather. One boat behind us lost their rudder and ...