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Barbados December Getaways

Grab the girls and get going for the holidays

If hanging out in an ice hotel sounds as exciting asChillin' in BarbadosChillin' in Barbados chilling with the in-laws this Christmas, it's time to shack up with your girlfriends on the beach. We've taken care of dreaming up the best places to go, but it's your responsibility to know when to come home.

Sea-U Guest House, Barbados

German travel writer Uschi Wetzels traveled to Fun in the SunFun in the SunBarbados on assignment and stayed to build her own hotel in Bathsheba, the undeveloped and rugged east coast. You'll find relaxed comfort and a welcoming smile, but don't expect Sandy Lane style:

  • There's no air-conditioning. Windows open to the ocean breezes and all rooms have ceiling fans
  • There's only one phone, but wireless Internet is available.
  • Real Bajan comfort - hammocks on the veranda and tasty local dishes untouched by 5-star fusion.
  • From $96US per night - includes breakfast.
  • 3-course dinner packages available - $25US per person.
Sea-U Guest House
Tent Bay, Bathsheba, St. Joseph
Barbados, West Indies
Phone: 246-433-9450 

Numero Uno Guest House

Barbados BeautyBarbados BeautyOriginally a private beach house, Numero Uno is one of the best bed & breakfasts in San Juan. And Pamela's Caribbean Cuisine is simply legendary. Editors from Frommers, NY Times, American Way, Caribbean Travel & Life and the Food Network all agree.

  • Recently renovated - air conditioning, ceiling fans, high speed Internet access.
  • Enjoy the hotel swimming pool or the beach with cabana service during high season.
  • Pamela's Caribbean Cuisine serves lunch (12pm-3pm), tapas (3pm-7pm) and dinner (7pm-10:30pm).
  • From $130US a night - includes breakfast.


Numero Uno Guest House
1 Santa Ana Street
Ocean Park, San Juan
Puerto Rico
Phone: 866-726-5010

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