Hilton Barbados Resort

Bridgetown Resort
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Total Meeting Space1,000 sq. m
Guest Rooms355
Needham's Point St Michael
Bridgetown BB 11000

Hilton Barbados Resort

Bridgetown Resort
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Awarded by World Travel Awards: "Caribbean's Leading Business Hotel" 2007 "Barbados' Leading Hotel" 2010 Awarded by Barbados Tourism Awards: "Pillar of Tourism Industry (Business) Award" "Award of Excellence (Accommodation)" 2009


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Restaurant


  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Whirlpool

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms11
Largest Room578 sq. m
Second Largest Room192 sq. m
Exhibit Space285 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms355
Doubles (2 Beds)126



Local Attractions

Charles Fort

Historical Landmark
The historic Needham’s peninsula on which Hilton Barbados Resort sits was once part of the critical Fort and a strategic point of defense for Barbados. The Fort was constructed in 1650 by the Barbados Militia and manned by its forces to defend the Capital City, Bridgetown, and its main harbour from invading forces who sought to gain ownership of the island. Originally called Needhams’s Fort, it was renamed Charles Fort in 1660 and by 1762 was armed with 33 guns and 4 swivels. In 1665 it was one of the two forts that disabled Admiral Ruyter’s vessel, the Mirror, and repulsed the Dutch fleet. In 1836 it was incorporated into the well-established British Garrison and became the first Garrison in the West Indies and probably in North America. Barbados had some 50 forts and batteries around the island which was well fortified from the 1600s, first by the Barbados militia and then the British Army who constructed this Garrison in several phases over the period of about a century. In 1785 the British Government elected to establish permanent land forces in the Windwards and Leewards with Barbados as its headquarters. Construction of the British Garrison began in earnest in 1789 after the purchase of some 64 acres of land. With the advent of the French Revolution, Barbados became the springboard for expeditions to nearby territories held by the enemy. Ultimately, the Garrison area consumed more than 150 acres with construction continuing into the 1800s. The Garrison functioned for 126 years, leaving behind a legacy of buildings, artillery, artifacts and the island’s lone horse racing track. Efforts are now underway to bring many buildings back to their original appearance, as well as to open the St. Ann’s Fort compound—now occupied by the Defense Force—to tours and to house collections of artifacts including the National Cannon collection. Charles Fort and the Military Cemetery located on the South and North ends of the hotel are nationally protected sites.

Barbados Golf Club

6 mi. away
Barbados Golf Club, located at Durants in the southern parish of Christ Church, has become the soul of golfing in Barbados for local players as well as hotel guests and visitors cruising through the Caribbean.
Christ Church, BB 17090

Harrison's Cave

5 mi. away
Barbados’ greatest wonder – Harrison’s Cave, can be found in the central uplands of the island. This breathtakingly beautiful, limestone cavern is truly a testament to nature’s mastery. The one hour tour takes you on a journey by tram through the cave past streams, waterfalls, crystal clear pools and towering columns. For the more adventurous, a three hour hike and crawl through the natural passages is just the right fit! As you gaze in wonder at the flowstone and the crystalized stalactites and stalagmites which adorn the cave, you will be awed by this ultimate underground experience. Come visit with us and …..Unearth the Adventure!
Cave of Barbados Limited
Harrison's Cave, Welchman Hall
St. Thomas, BB BB22051

George Washington House

Historical Landmark
15 minutes away
GEORGE WASHINGTON HOUSE AND MUSEUM where George Washington and his ailing brother lived for two months in 1751. The only place that George Washington ever visited outside America was the Caribbean island of Barbados. The handsome Georgian-style two-storey house and gardens have been restored, and furnished as a typical but not luxurious plantation residence of the mid-18th century, as it might have looked during the brothers’ residence. Mahogany, oak and cherry-wood antiques, plain pine floors, Royal creamware china, wooden wall sconces, Turkish carpets and canopied mosquito-netted beds beautifully re-create the breezy, tropical atmosphere of the period. TUNNELS Accessible only from George Washington House and Museum, these tunnels were re-discovered purely by chance in June 2011. Built sometime during the 1820’s the system is soon to be 200 years old. Originally constructed to provide drainage to the area (the first such system in Barbados), oral history has indicated that they were adopted for use as ‘escape routes’ for the Garrison troops, should the area have ever been invaded, and other clandestine uses. Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 .m. - 4:00 p.m. and December – April open on Saturdays 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Cost: ADULT US $15.00 / CHILD (AGE 5 YEARS – 12 YEARS) US $7.50 Phone: (246) 228-5461
Bush Hill Tourism Trust Inc.
Bush Hill, The Garrison (Historic Area)
ST. MICHAEL BB14038, Barbados, WI, BB


15 minutes away
Bridgetown is the capital and largest city of Barbados. Bridgetown is sometimes locally referred to as "The City", but the most common reference is simply "Town". Bridgetown is the only city outside the present United States that George Washington visited. Two of Washington's ancestors, Jonathon and Gerrard Hawtaine, were early planters on the island. Their grandmother was Mary Washington of Sulgrave, Northamptonshire, England. In 2011, historic buildings in Bridgetown were designated as a protected area by UNESCO. At the heart of Bridgetown is the Careenage and Constitution River, the Careenage can be observed as a marina for boaters entering or exiting the inner basin located directly in front of the Parliament buildings of Barbados. This body of water provides the city with direct access from medium-sized yachts or small craft boats. In the centre of Bridgetown lies the main street which is Broad Street which runs directly through the centre of the city. Broad Street passes the Parliament Buildings and serves as the centre of city's shopping area. Shopping is plentiful in Bridgetown, and duty-free shopping is also available. Bridgetown serves as a principal centre of commercial activity in Barbados, as well as a central hub for the island's public transport system. Many of the ministries and departments of the island's government are located within the Greater Bridgetown area. The Public Buildings or parliament, which stand at the heart of the city directly north of Heroes Square, house the third oldest continuous parliament in the British Commonwealth. Indeed, at one point in the city's early history, Bridgetown was the most important city of all British possessions in the New World due to the city's easterly location in the Caribbean region.

Barbados Museum & Historical Society

1 mi. away
The Barbados Museum and Historical Society is housed in historic buildings which were originally used as the military prison at St. Ann’s Garrison. During the 18th century the Caribbean was the scene of numerous military conflicts, primarily between England and France who fought for supremacy. The building of garrisons, forts and naval dockyards throughout the region was a direct result. Barbados became the headquarters of the Windward and Leeward command of the English forces, and St. Ann’s Garrison was rapidly expanded because of this. By 1816 most of the Garrison buildings had been constructed and the military prison was completed by 1853. This building is one of only twelve such prisons constructed anywhere in the British Empire, and as such it is unique to the region. In the late 19th century the English decided to reduce their forces in the region. By 1906 the last British regiment had departed the island and many of the Garrison buildings, including the military prison, were handed over to the Barbados Government. The buildings were used for a number of different purposes. In 1933 the prison buildings were leased for a pepper corn rent to this day to the newly formed Barbados Museum and Historical Society, and continue in use.
St. Ann’s Garrison
St. Michael, BB BB14038

Distance from Airport

  • 16.9 km from Venue


Situated on a tropical peninsula on Needham’s Point with spectacular ocean views, Hilton Barbados Resort features 350 completely revamped ocean-view guestrooms which have been beautifully transformed into contemporary beach hideaways inspired by the island’s natural elements, with warm earth and Caribbean ocean tones. Whitewashed and wood furnishings, organic driftwood accent décor, rugs with pops of vibrant colors and an oversized oceanic abstract painting are just a few of the attributes of our new guestrooms, combined with technological upgrades including charging stations at each bedside and desk. The resort is Fully Accessible and includes such specially designed elements as wheelchair accessible ramps and roll-in showers. Guests can enjoy a variety of amenities and activities including a pristine infinity pool complex, our innovative 2,400-square-foot Eforea spa, and Hilton Fitness by Precor®, our state-of-the-art fitness centre. The resort also features an on-site SCUBA diving center, three tennis courts, watersports and more than 10,000 square feet of meeting space – the largest on the island. For a memorable dining experience, guests can enjoy an exquisite meal at any of our three restaurants where savory cuisine and refreshing drinks are always on the menu. The hotel is 20 minutes from Grantley Adams International Airport and just five minutes from Bridgetown – the capital and largest city in Barbados. Guests can visit George Washington’s island summer house, Harrison’s Cave - the most popular attraction on the island, and the Charles Fort - a 17th century historic landmark on the historic Barbados UNESCO heritage list. The resort lies on one of the most important beaches for the nesting of the Hawksbill Turtle, one of the most common turtle species now nesting on Barbados’ beaches. We look forward to welcoming you to Hilton Barbados Resort.

Facility Restrictions

100% non smoking facility. This is due to destinaton government regulations effective October, 2010 whereby all public facilities on island are non smoking.

Additional Information

Awarded as: "Caribbean's Leading Business Hotel" 2007 "Barbados' Leading Hotel" award in 2010 With over 10,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, Hilton Barbados Resort features a 4,000 sq. ft. Hilton Meetings® complex, complete with business center, boardroom, and three meeting rooms divisible into six breakout rooms. Plus, the hotel boasts a 6,200 sq. ft. Grand Ballroom with a 570-person capacity – the largest hotel meeting space on the island.


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