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#25 of 54 hotels in Christ Church Parish
Situated on the south coast of Barbados and boasting breathtaking views of Enterprise Bay is the Abidah, a luxury all-inclusive adult only boutique hotel. All forty-four rooms and suites are ideal for couples, honeymooners, friends or family (18 yrs +) and include spa pools and private balconies with ocean or island views. Other facilities include a swimming pool, restaurant, bar, spa, hospitality suite, fitness centre and business nook. An idyllic property, unique and personalized services, along with gracious hospitality is what makes the Abidah a rare treasure.
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Free parking
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Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Evening entertainment
Airport transportation
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Outdoor pool
Complimentary welcome drink
Couples massage
Facial treatments
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Adults only
24-hour security
Non-smoking hotel
Sun loungers / beach chairs
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24-hour front desk
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Chesternigel wrote a review Mar 2023
Chester, United Kingdom9 contributions8 helpful votes
This is my personal opinion and my observations. First and foremost the staff. Amazing, polite , knowledgeable,smiley and providing a service to their guests which was faultless. Now the hotel. Let’s take the staff out of it and look at the basics. Every review tells you about how nice the staff are .. which is lucky for the hotel. It’s small, we all know this as it’s advertised, which we as travellers love. It’s quiet, very quiet ! 17 sun beds which all have one umbrella between 2 beds. So if the other travellers decided to spend the day at the pool , well you would be disappointed. It’s a clean pool area and drinks served to you whilst you lap up the rays. Now the beach … out of action due to GOD It’s not the fault of the hotel. All beach areas are public so they have no control over this ! As you can see , just over a minute walk .. Sunbeds are out by 9am and your drinks are served from a mobile “ bike” With its onboard drinks cabinet. So at the time of our visit the beach was not how my mind portrayed it in my head .. white sands , walking down to a crystal clear blue sea. If you want this , then pop yourself off too the other beaches some 15-30 mins away and pay for the dream. The rooms are spacious and very clean.Only a shower , no bath. Bed is massive , so plenty of room to manoeuvre away from the fidgety partner ( you all know what I mean) Tea and coffee provided daily , saying that we woke up this morning and found , for the 1st time the pots were empty ! Jacuzzi on the balcony , nice touch ! Balcony is very big , which to us is a must. Unfortunately for this hotel it’s also a must .. There are NO areas outside the hotel to sit at apart from over the road where there are 6 chairs. This to me is odd. Finish your meal and then go outside for a nice glass of your favourite tipple and chat the night away !! You can’t and this I think is an easy fix. Move , stack the sun beds and stick some small tables and chairs out by the pool. Let’s face facts , the weather in England Is not as good as Barbados so we like to sit outside as we don’t get many opportunities to do so. Now , this is why the balcony needs its appeal as this is your outside area. Drinks are all good , food is hot and a reasonable choice. I don’t comment on food as this is a personal expectation. However the lunch menu outweighs the evening buffet which was served fir our 1st 8 days then al la cart for our last 3? Sister hotel .. you have to book this 24hrs In advance. Only 6 guests per day. Picks up at 11 drops you off and then picks you up between 4 and 5 . That was our choice ! You get a band as you arrive , then off you go. I can’t wait for that dream walk into the crystal waters from the white sandy beach.. Ahhhhh , there it is , perfect ! Lets ask for a sun bed. This then happened. “ what’s your room number please?” Room number given .. sorry your not on the list , I’m not from this hotel I’m from your sister hotel as I flashed my band “ oh” comes back throws 2 sun beds on the sand and shoved a brolly down. Sun beds are battered and old so don’t expect luxury.. !! Same again when going to eat !! “ room number please… “ What does that band do ? Service is awful , 60 mins for a burger and chips to be cooked and delivered , 15 mins wait for a gin and Tonic. My wife was ignored at the bar for about 10 mins while the 3 staff members chatted to an American guy. Oh , no sea weed .. but plenty of other weed , most Beaches have a “lucky lucky man “ selling wrist bands , hats etc. This beach has drug dealers. Doesn’t bother me. But I have no kids with me and I watched “ Grange Hill” “ Just say no” .. yes I’m old !! So , I would not return.But , once again that’s my personal choice. Others who have been did not have the same issues …. Needs a tweak but the staff save it Cheers Andreah best bar man award !! Please , any questions just ask.
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Date of stay: March 2023Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Jill A wrote a review Mar 2023
Oakville, Canada12 contributions
I stayed for two nights. The hotel has a relaxed, laid back vibe…. As it should - it’s the Caribbean and everyone is on vacation. The hotel is very clean. The room I had (ocean view, second floor ) was large and spotless. The king size bed was comfy. there is a bar area with two bar stools and a small refrigerator. There’s a desk with chair. There is a spacious mirrored closet with safe and a dresser with four deep drawers. The toilet is a separate room with a sink. The shower room has a double sink. The water in the shower was always hot and has good water pressure. The towels were good - didn’t notice frayed towels which was a complaint in earlier reviews. There’s lots of outlets for electrical appliances and charging electronics. Strong wifi signal as well. The patio has a jacuzzi (didn’t use it) and two chairs and small table. If you get an oceanfront room ask for 4th floor The pool is small but adequate. The pool was busy during the day but I was always able to get a lounge chair. There are also umbrellas which provide the only shade until later in the day. The pool is right off the bar so it’s easy to get a drink when you want one. I didn’t see pool bar service. You can use the amenities of the sister hotel the Accra on the Beach. You have to book the day ahead. I heard it’s popular as it is a larger hotel and has two big pools. At the end of the day I enjoyed watching the sunset, with a sundowner, on the hotel’s patio which is just across the street. The street isn’t busy. There are a number of big chairs to sit in and enjoy the view. I also liked it there in the morning. The beach is about a two minute walk from the hotel. It’s Enterprise Beach. You can check it out on the Barbados beach webcams. When I was there the sargassum was all over the beach and in the shallow water so I didn’t get into the ocean. Where the seaweed occurs in barbados depends on wind and tide. It’s a here today gone tomorrow. And also depends on time of year. I heard there was very little sargassum at the sister hotel beach. The beach has a bar service so you don’t have to walk back to the hotel for water or a cocktail. An employee is on the beach from 10am to assist with chairs and umbrellas. The service is friendly and helpful. Andreah at the bar makes sure your glass is full. Sherisse and all the front desk team can answer all your questions. Shari and the restaurant servers are lovely and responsive. My room attendant, Theresa, was great. The food was good. There is a buffet at breakfast and in the evening. Lunch is Al a carte. I have celiac disease so can’t eat gluten. The chef prepared a few special meals for me which I really enjoyed. At breakfast there’s an extensive buffet and you can get eggs to order. My favourite meal was then a la carte lunch. I had the crab salad followed by the red snapper. Delicious and beautiful presentation. There’s set times for meals so food isn’t available all day long. Breakfast 7-10am, lunch noon- 2:30, afternoon tea 3-4, dinner 6:30-9:30. An earlier review likened the dining area to a cafeteria. I can see how it might appear that way because of its physical layout. However the food is certainly a lot better than what you’d get in a cafeteria!! The guests were also very friendly. Those I met were from England, Ireland and Canada. It’s a relatively small hotel ( 44 rooms) so you see the same folks often - at the pool , at the bar before dinner or at dinner. Overall I felt It was a confortable and relaxing stay for two nights before my cruise. Is it a luxury hotel? Certainly not in the category of the Fairmont or Sandy Lane or any other 5 star you might be used to. It’s far too casual to be in that category. But it’s clean and quiet and has all the amenities you need for a relaxed, barefoot, beach vacation. And the employees really make you feel welcome.
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Date of stay: March 2023Trip type: Traveled solo
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Sharon M wrote a review Mar 2023
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Had the most amazing holiday would definitely recommend this hotel . Rooms were extremely large and very modern . Hot tub on the balcony with a sea view . Very clean and a bonus was robes to use . Beautiful large shower with abundance of hot water . Food was excellent buffet breakie with al carte lunch and evening meals . Beach was 1 minute away and picturesque very clean with new sun beds and parasols , with abundance of beach bubbles ( Prosecco ) beer and water as much as you wanted . Fetched daily daily on a Tuk Tuk Lastly and not least the staff were amazing and so friendly in all departments. So happy and had a laugh all the time .sorry can’t remember all your names . To the manager Stanley you have an amazing team
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Date of stay: February 2023Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Sherryanne M wrote a review Mar 2023
1 contribution1 helpful vote
I returned home for a funeral and chose the Abidah on recommendation from a dear friend. The room was clean and the hotel is beautiful and modern. but the towels were terribly frayed and some of them had holes. The room also didn’t have enough towels. I’d give the food 2/5 as I found the food to be cold even at the buffet.
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Date of stay: March 2023Trip type: Traveled solo
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H D wrote a review Mar 2023
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I was looking forward to a great experience at this all inclusive but it didn’t go as I wished. Towels with holes, frazzled towels, no face towels, the food was lukewarm and to the point by the time it got to your room the food was cold. The appearance of the hotel was nice the people was nice but the service wasn’t five star. I was disappointed for an all inclusive hotel…..
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Date of stay: March 2023Trip type: Traveled with family
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Red sea dreamer wrote a review Feb 2023
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After having a bad experience on a cruise where my wife broke her back, we was put into the Abidah. I wanted to write about the staff who were just amazing, starting with Gregory, he couldn't do enough for us . He helped us through a bad experience and made us feel welcome. From the barmen, to waitresses, the staff who looked after our rooms. They couldn't do enough for us, they showed my wife real concern were fun to talk to and very helpful. And last the chef, best food I have ever had, it's like every day he prepares food like it's a special occasion, absolutely amazing. Especially the ribs. It doesn't seem enough but thank you all very much.
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Date of stay: February 2023Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Quest44596357795 wrote a review Feb 2023
Calgary, Canada1 contribution
Food, Staff and environment totally amazing! We spent two weeks there and hated to leave. The guests were also pretty interesting. Would do it again in a minute. The exercise room could use a little help - mats, balls, but I never saw another user during our stay.
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Date of stay: December 2022
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apJ831CW wrote a review Feb 2023
Houston, Texas1 contribution
We arrive at the property and learn that they were having problems with delay room cleaning and did not get check in until 4:45 pm. The people were friendly and polite but after asking what the problem was, we were offered a room with a broken TV. The hotel is a small property, compact and modern located at 15 minutes car ride from the international airport. Unfortunately, the lobby does not have air conditioning or sea breeze and is stuffy and humid and the halls have not been vacuumed or have the floor carpets cleaned in a long time. The hotel only restaurant is really a cafeteria with a buffet service and no ambiance to speak off. The second day we ask at reception for the room to be clean at 10:00 am on our way out and only after going to the reception again at 5:00 pm a lady shows up to make the bed and offers us some coffee for the room machine. Still the TV is broken. We paid $800 US per night for a corner room looking towards the sea and considered it an outrageous coast for the bad service and poor quality of maintenance of this establishments. We stay at three other hotels dur5inbg the two weeks on the island and this has been the worst experience.
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Date of stay: February 2023
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Glenn & Jayne Aspin wrote a review Dec 2022
Leeds, United Kingdom2 contributions4 helpful votes
The perfectly positioned boutique styled hotel is simply wonderful with stunning views over Freights Bay and Enterprise beach. Every member of staff were supportive, approachable and friendly, providing a unique experience. The rooms are spacious and well appointed. Each has a view of the sea and its own jacuzzi on the balcony. The balcony doors open a full 3m, which really brings the beautiful outdoors into the room and they are complete with flys screens so that you do not have to worry about insects getting in. The beds are large and comfortable. There is plenty of storage space and also has a breakfast bar where you can have drinks or meals. Another bonus is that the toilet is separate from the bathroom a rare feature in lots of hotels. There are ample sun beds around the pool area located to the front of the hotel, and a two minute walk to the beautiful Enterprise beach where there are more sun beds an a member of staff to look after you and bring you drinks. The standard of food served is very very good with a varied menu ensuring that there is always something for every taste and is always well presented. There is entertainment provided a couple of nights a week and also a curtesy bus proved to take you to the sister hotel on Rockley beach should you want a change of scenery. Looking forward to returning
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Date of stay: December 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Theovanpersie wrote a review Dec 2022
10 contributions4 helpful votes
Stayed here for a week in December for our honeymoon. Yes it was pricey but you pay for what you get. I feel in this stay, that is true. Overall we absolutely loved it. We researched over and over for a hotel on Barbados having never visited before. In the end we settled for the Abidah by Accra due to location, modern look and hot tub on the balcony. We requested a sea view and high floor when booking and that is exactly what we got. We also had a bottle of Prosecco in our room on arrival with a congratulations note which was a nice touch. First impressions of the room was amazing. Absolutely massive, very clean and very modern design. Efficient ac unit. Clean sheets and towels every day and bed is absolutely enormous and very comfortable. Tv was a good size and has Netflix on it which was a handy feature when we wanted to just chill out in the room out of the sun. Hot tub on the balcony was very clean and worked as it should. Also not too hot which was nice as it would have really put us off using it had the water been too hot given the already hot climate. Good sized balcony with two nice wicker chairs and table and steps into the hot tub. Really lovely sea view. Shower was lovely. Nice pressure when turned to max and a good sized shower too with plenty of room. Double sink in the bathroom and separate toilet room with a further sink in it. Massive wardrobe with plenty of hangers and also a safe in the room. I’m not sure of the effectiveness of the safe though as all you have to do to reset it is literally press the reset button and then change the code so I’m not sure what would stop a would be thief from doing this. Unless I was using it incorrectly of course. Anyway, I had no such fear and felt very safe and secure whilst in Barbados. There is a lift which worked fine. Out of the lift and you are into the lobby / bar / restaurant area. Very relaxed environment and the bar is open from 10am. Plenty of seating around and two large tv screens that were showing the World Cup games whilst we were there. We also experienced a live singer / guitarist one evening at dinner and a Caribbean steel drummer - both of whom were great and added to the chilled atmosphere. Staff good and friendly and assisted anyway they could. Breakfast buffet - great. Lunch buffet - great Dinner buffet - great A la carte - great however perhaps a little repetitive. Mon-wed was a la carte lunch and dinner menus which did feel a little repetitive after 3 days of eating a club sandwich. Of course there were other items to choose from but not that much choice. The buffet’s the rest of the time were all great. Lots of choice and all the food was amazing. Never had a bad experience whilst dining. Branched out and tried stuff I’d not normally eat and it was all very very nice. Desserts a little hit and miss though but to be fair this is personal preference and you can’t please everyone. Pool is small but remember it is a boutique hotel with only 40 something rooms. Was never particularly over crowded and if it was, it’s a 30 second walk to the beach where the hotel provides you with beds and umbrellas and drinks - all part of the all inclusive. Enterprise beach where the hotel sits is really lovely. Was never too busy. My wife found the sea waves were a little rougher here than in other places further north such as at Browns/Rockley beach but it didn’t bother me either way. A nice place to relax and watch the world go by. The hotel provides a shuttle to the sister hotel ‘the Accra’. This is free of charge and runs daily during the week. They collect you at 10am, take you to the Accra and give you a wrist band and will collect you at 4pm to take you back. Whilst at the Accra, you can use all the facilities as per all inclusive so it’s a nice change of scenery. There’s also a few nice shops around here too which we found were lacking in Oistins. The restaurant food is slightly different too so again a nice change and yet again everything was so tasty. The beach here is larger and busier but very nice. We enjoyed it here that much that we took a taxi back on a Saturday when the shuttle wasn’t running and asked the Abidah to let them know we were coming so we could get our all inclusive wristbands and this was no issue at all. Overall I would definitely recommend this hotel. It’s a nice quiet location and having explored the island a little during our stay, we are glad we chose this location. It’s also just 15 minutes from the airport in a taxi. The dinner times are also quite long so it’s never too busy in the restaurant which was nice as when the hotel is full, if everyone piled in at once it would be rammed. Can’t speak highly enough of this place to be honest we were gutted to leave. Would love to return one day.
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Date of stay: December 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Abidah By Accra
Which popular attractions are close to The Abidah By Accra?
Nearby attractions include Dover Beach (0.1 miles) and St. Lawrence Anglican Church (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Abidah By Accra?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
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Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at The Abidah By Accra?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a free welcome drink during their stay.
Is parking available at The Abidah By Accra?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
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Conveniently located restaurants include Happy Days Cafe, Harlequin Restaurant, and My Friends Place.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Abidah By Accra?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does The Abidah By Accra have airport transportation?
Yes, The Abidah By Accra offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are there any historical sites close to The Abidah By Accra?
Many travelers enjoy visiting George Washington House (2.6 miles), Garrison Savannah - Barbados Turf Club (2.4 miles), and Gun Hill Signal Station (5.0 miles).
Is The Abidah By Accra accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.