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Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels
Ranked #1 of 3 Hotels in Dover
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Weston super Mare, United Kingdom
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5 reviews
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“Stunning Hotel”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 25, 2012

We have just returned from two weeks in the Turtle Beach hotel in Barbados, what a fantastic place to stay....staff were extremely helpful, polite and friendly, we had two days of a tropical storm to contend with and yet the staff still managed to make us smile.
Lovely beach with plenty of sun loungers, free watersports is a definate plus, Ricky on the hobbie cat was brilliant, the pools of which there are three and a jacuzzi, were well maintained, extremely clean with again plenty of loungers for guests, which were themselves clean and well maintained.
The food was excellent with plenty of choice, we ate in the main restaurant and the Waterfront bar, both were brilliant, we had intended to go out for the occasional meal, thinking we may want a change as some all inclusives can get a bit monotonous after a while, we didnt bother as the food was much too nice in the hotel to go out....
The rooms were fantastic, we upgraded to a junior suite when we booked and it was amazing, cant recomment this hotel highly enough, excellent holiday.

Room Tip: If you choose a junior ocean view room it will cost more to keep the room on at the end of your stay...
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  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 24, 2012

This was our first time to Barbados and I was a bit concerned about taking our 2 year old so far. My husband treated us with upper class flights flying with Virgin who were absolutely brilliant from start to finish. I packed a huge case of medicine, anti-bacterial wipes, nappies - you name it I had it! I needn't have worried. From the minute we arrived the staff were on hand to help us with everything - we were even upgraded to 2 adjoining rooms due the hotel being only half full. The whole experience was absolutely amazing - the food, the cleanliness of the hotel. Great to be so near to the beach and the pool from whichever room you were in. We were in 139 and 140 which were great as round the corner from the pool and on the ground floor. I have never seen so many toddlers in one place though which was great as we didn't feel out of place and they were all so well behaved. I must say I would not choose this place if I didn't have kids. The choice of food was great but again you have to remember to book dinner as early as you can. We forgot to do this two mornings and had to get room service as our little boy can't keep awake after 7.30pm. I think the three of us smiled from the day we arrived until we left and I cannot wait to go again next year. Next time we will use the kids club and take a couple of trips around the island. Thank you Turtle Beach, you made our little boy's first time at the seaside a trip to remember.

  • Stayed September 2012, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 20, 2012

I will start off by saying that I don't usually write reviews but i felt i must write a review on this hotel due to the overall high level of quality we received from start to finish. It was our honeymoon and we booked with Thomas Cook Signature.

The booking was easy but i felt we were being sold something that would not be delivered on as it sounded too good to be true.

We stayed for 12 days ariving on 8th October until the 20th 2012.

On arrival we were greated by the nicest luggage porter i have ever encountered and the front of house team were very pleasant. We were greated with rum punch or a fruit cocktail on arrival. We were showed how to use everything in our room which helped as every hotel is different. There is no need to take a hairdryer as the one in the room is greay. We booked a pool sea view and this was more than great with a lovely view of the sea from room 336. The front of house team make a reservation for your first evening meal as this needs to be booked each day after a review of the menus and you can then make your choice of where and what time you wish to dine. This is great if your an early bird but be mindful that earlier times go early so if your a late starter you may end up with 9pm eating time which for me was too late based on the time difference to the UK.

Breakfast is plentiful, the team in the chelonia restaurant are helpful and make an effort to learn your name, no tips required or expected but obviously gratefully received which we didnt do until the last day but had great service the whole team we were there without it. There is a choice of cooked breakfast, fruit, omlettes, waffle and pastries with fruit juice, tea and coffee \9twinings tea and not the cheap stuff)

Lunch is always served in the waterfront restaurant and i witnessed the probing of food daily, again a rare sight and very reassuring. Lots of choice for lunch, burgers, hotdogs (real hotdog not processed rubbish), chicken, pork, fish, salads, rice, pasta lots of dessert etc etc. No issues with this, nice to have a mix of different things for lunch but i prefer more formal dinners which they had. Again the team in the waterfront were great and very helpful.

Dinner (please take note of earlier reservation times) was served in a choice of the three restaurants, only 2 opened when we were there due to low occupancy but they changed each night. The Asiagos restaurant which is the most formal (no jeans, collars only and no trainers for you to pack the right clothing). The seats arent the most comfortable but the team there are the best we found in the whole hotel. The food was fantatstic and the service was excellent. It was the best dining experience i have had abroad and i have been to some nice places, not often to see crumbing down anymore especially in an all inclusive. Sherill and Sue-Anne especially were fantastic. Nothing but good things to say about this restaurant.

The Chelonia is nice and the place to dine if you want to watch the entertainment that goes on each night with live bands. These varied but overall were entertaining. The Waterfront is also very nice at night but can be windy as it is close to the sea if the sides are not down.

The house wine is Isla Negra which i pay £16.00 a bottle for back in the UK and is very good. No need to upgrade unless you are a wine buff. The drinks behind the bar all good quality as this is a premium hotel so you dont get the cheap rubbish and measures are sensible but still strong. Cocktails are very good and a must have!

The pools are lovely and these were being checked 3 times a day by the team which for me i found really reassuring to see. There were plenty of loungers and not too many people getting up early trying to reserve them which is pleasing to see.

Pool toilets were not the best on days butthey were quickly cleaned once we had mentioned it

There is an internet cafe on site to keep up to date with back home but we deliberatley didnt use this much s it defeated the object of getting away. This is a free service.

unlike the below review which talks of the activty team ripping you off for their cut of the cost, this is not true. The hotel do take a cut of $60 BD which is £20 but those who i spoke with that booked in the UK paid more than we did at the hotel so they do not add this to the cost, merely take it away from what the trip organisers take. Very helpful and stress free.

we did the Tiami boat trip with the sea turtles which was great and a wonderful experience, the island safari which is a must as this enabled us to see the whole island without hiring a car, as we were on honeymoon we didnt want to argue over the satnav so this was a better option for a stress free tour.

The watersports team are great, not all captain sam as previously mentioned but more so the team he has working for him. The Hobbie (which is free) is a must do and we also did the jet ski ($100 US for an hour which for us was great as we took turns and got to see the sea turtles), surfing and kayaking which was great. Body boarding and snorkling is also free but we didnt do that. The team will get your lounges ready for you and dont expect tips. They lounges are great as they have a cover that can be put up if you want a breather from the sun or cover if there is a rain which last a few minutes. The sea is a little rough but this adds to the fun and the watersports team are quick to tell you if you go top close to the rocks.

The housekeeping team are great and very friendly.

It takes around 10 minutes to walk to the gap and the locals are incredibly friendly. Yes you get offered cannabis and coccaine a lot but it is the carribean, they are not offended when you say no and dont pester you the same with the jewellry sellers who come by mainly in the morning.
I think i have covered everything but want to sum it up with a great hotel, the team really made it and made the honeymoon even better. The locals are friendly and helpful and the other holiday makers made our holiday. I was there the same time as the american gent below who commented that Brits stick with Brits and would like to say this wasnt the case. We spoke to everyone we saw and some chose to extend the hello with sitting and chatting with us, not all British to i would urge people if they want to sit with others, make the effort as we found everyone there very pleasant and have made a few friends from this wonderful experience. Thanks again to everyone

Room Tip: 336, 436, 337 and 437 seemed to be great rooms
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  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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21 Thank KBW85
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West Sussex, United Kingdom
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118 reviews
81 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 103 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 20, 2012

I have not read what others have written but this hotel delivers on all levels. Its spacious and airy, there is lots of outdoor eating, the food and drink/ wine choices are excellent, its right on the beach and at one end of it, so there is no passing 'traffic' as all beaches are public on Barbados.
The sunloungers have comfortable thick padding and each one has its own sunshade attached to it. Perfect! You can even enjoy a sunset from one corner altough of course it faces south. The sea is crystal clear and all the usual watersports are on offer. The staff can't do enough for you!
The rooms are modern and comfortable with all amenities including I pod docking stations.
Once you walk outside the hotel , there is the beginning of the Lawrence gap with lots of bars and entertainment, so perfect to experience a more local - non all inclusive - flair. You won't be disappointed.

Room Tip: Seafront facing rooms are wonderful looking over greenery to the beach and beyond.
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  • Stayed September 2012, traveled with friends
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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3 Thank Gabriele S
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Harrogate
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49 reviews
11 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 33 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 20, 2012

We just got back from an amazing week at Turtle Beach. From checking in to checking out we really enjoyed!

Rooms
We were allocated a ground floor room, we asked to move as we'd rather other guests not walking passed our window! Julian did this really quickly with absolutely no hassle. We were in room 429 which was perfect. Rooms spacious, very clean and well equipped. - even with ipod docking station
Staff
Well what can be said about the staff in this hotel. With just the odd exception everyone working in the hotel were superb - really cared if you were enjoying yourself! Some of the bar/restaurant staff seemed a bit fed up and didn't go extra mile. This was more than made up for the rest who always went the extra mile! It's difficult to single anyone out as almost everyone was outstanding, for us though Tara on Reception, Julian the Duty Manager and Captain Sam stood out as incredible.
Food
I would say this was the best food I have enjoyed on all inclusive. You have to reserve your table for anyone of the 3 restaurants in the morning.
Chelonia served Breakfast, Dinner and occasional Lunch. Breakfast was buffet style with all the usual bacon, eggs beans etc. Also like most they had an egg station with omelettes etc cooked to order. A nice touch was the waffle station where you could cook them yourself. Waterfront served Lunch and Dinner, lunch was buffet style which was excellent and changed selection every day, A grill with burgers/hot dogs made to order, beautiful salads and desserts as well as the hot food choice.Dinner at the Chelonia & Waterfront were a la carte apart from the odd BBQ themed evening and the menu changed daily.The quality, taste, choice & presentation of the food in these restaurants were absolutely amazing.
Asiagos
Slightly disappointing, word of warning - there is a dress code which is fine but I don't think it creates the ambience it sets out to do for example- I was turned away for wearing a very expensive playsuit (after speaking to the manager this was resolved) There were guests in there with the most casual clothes but as the shirts had a collar/ legs were covered it seemed anything goes! I think the dress code should be formal and not specific with length of sleeves etc. I'm sure it will help create a smarter enviroment rather than the scruffy look we experienced. Food and service was ok but not as good as the other 2 restaurants and menu never changed.
Bars
Only 2 at the hotel but soft drinks on self service so that was great. Drinks with lunch & dinner very slow but as we normally drunk soft drinks we served ourselves. After dinner one evening I fancied a Baileys, it was only around 9.30pm, we were told they had run out & the store room was closed. We didn't accept this and went to reception. Tara sorted this straight away and came to see us before she left for the evening to check we were ok.
Maradonna from the Waterfront came around with soft drinks and fruit during the day - he was very sweet!
Entertainment
Great quality entertainment, the only negative was that it stops at 10pm - could do with a little bit longer
Fitness
Great gym, with everything we needed, great punchbag! Could do with a bike though - the spinning bike there had no straps so would need cycle shoes to ride it. We didn't use the tennis courts.
Location
Just 15mins from airport, 10mins Oistins, 10min walk from St Lawrence Gap and 15mins from Bridgetown this hotel is in a perfect position. The hotel have a shuttle bus to both Bridgetown & Limegrove for great shopping.
Wildlife
We were lucky to see baby turtles taking their first steps! Also just a few yards up the beach there are wild monkeys who really appreciate the odd banana!

We truly had a fantastic time here and would go back tomorrow. Well done to everyone at the hotel who make this resort so special.

  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Bangkok, Thailand
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41 reviews
33 hotel reviews
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 19, 2012

My wife and I came here for our honeymoon, stayed Monday, August 13th through Friday, August 17th, 2012. She was in charge of organizing the wedding, so I was in charge of taking care of the honeymoon. After a long and exhaustive process of catering managers, flower vendors and limousine driver auditions, we both decided that we wanted to go someplace in the Caribbean where we would be pampered. We decided on an all-inclusive in Barbados would be the best bet. We envisioned a place where we could walk around in our bathing suits and order drinks and not have to worry about having cash on us or getting hit with some astronomical bill at checkout.

The Turtle Beach Hotel provided a lovely honeymoon experience. We booked through a travel agent specific to the Elegant Hotel chain out of Ft. Lauderdale, FL. We paid $403 per night and were upgraded to an ocean view junior suite. We traveled from Chicago, changing flights in Miami. When we got to Barbados, we had a very honest and informative cab driver that explained the Bajan culture, the geography of the country, our surroundings and the must-see attractions.

Check in at the front desk was pretty seamless. We were offered a welcome cocktail of rum punch. We leisurely overlooked the main dining area while I settled all the paperwork required for our stay.

Because it was our honeymoon, we were treated to a complimentary bottle of champagne. It was waiting for us, chilled, in our room. The view from our second floor suite was absolutely extraordinary. We had the perfect mix of beach, pool and ocean visuals. But I should stress that I was hard pressed to see a hotel room on this property that could not be marketed as, “ocean- view.” The hotel is shaped as a kind of V, overlooking the sea. I can understand how they can claim 95 percent of the rooms as being ocean view. But some are definitely better than others.

A nice view was important for us. We are not high maintenance travellers but for the sake of one’s honeymoon, we wanted to have all the perks that we typically denied ourselves on past vacations. Within 30 minutes of entering our suite, we received a call from the front desk asking if everything was ok. I thought this was a nice gesture.

There are a couple of restaurants and a main dining area that is buffet style. This food is not bad but we appreciate waiter/waitress service and we did not want to gorge ourselves at the trough. We did do the buffet every day for breakfast, basically because there was no other choice for nourishment.

As a whole, it served its purpose. There is a nice mix of fruits, eggs, omelet bar, breakfast meat and pastries. But breakfast is not served late. Don’t think you can catch brunch at 11:00 a.m. You need to get your butt down there before 10:00 a.m. otherwise you are stranded in meal limbo until lunch starts in the afternoon.

Mid-day, they have a grill set up pretty close to the beach where you can get a burger or a hot dog. There is also a sandwich/wrap chef and some assorted cold salads. The burgers are pretty good, but I would keep my distance from the hot dogs. They are not like the ones we are used to in the U.S.A.

For dinner, I recommend the Italian restaurant, Asiago’s. We tried to get a reservation there every night. The best items on the menu in my opinion is the grilled shrimp Caesar salad, the calamari, and for a main, the spaghetti and meatballs. You can upgrade to a nice bottle of wine for an additional cost. But neither my wife nor myself are huge wine snobs so the bar offerings were just fine by us.

The various bars make some nice fruit-based cocktails that are very colorful. But being as it was Barbados, and the home of Mount Gay rum, I drank a fair amount of the dark and clear spirit. If you are a beer drinker, it is Banks (local to Barbados) or nothing at all. We are American and live in Chicago so we are spoiled by all the wonderful craft brews and local selections available to us by the multitude of bars and restaurants in our neighborhood. By my third glass of Banks on the first day I was sick of it and turned to the beer salt that I normally pour over mass-produced American lagers (Miller, Bud, Coors) to make it more palatable.

If you go to the bars and nearby restaurants in Dover and The Gap, the selection is not much better. Heineken is about as good as it gets.

It should be noted that this hotel is lovely but it caters heavily to the Brits. This was fine by us. Because we were exhausted from planning the wedding, we did not want to “team-up” with another couple during our stay. Let me be clear, we certainly were not anti-social; we just wanted this time for ourselves. And because we looked so stereotypically “Yank” - no one wanted anything to do with us and everyone pretty much kept their distance.

There are a great deal of families and couples at this resort. This is not the place to go to fall in love or scope out beauties on the beach. This place is calm, peaceful, relaxed and devoid of ant spring break/”Girls Gone Wild” debauchery. Everyone is on good behavior and polite. To the parents’ credit, the children are well behaved for the most part. There are a bunch of spoiled rotten teenagers renting out the jet skis though. I can still picture them peeling out of the shallow water now, nearly decapitating the nearby swimmers. Proud Papa is there too, looking on from the beach, taking photos and enjoying every twist and turn that junior makes as he terrorizes the sunbathers.

The only thing that riled me up was having to listen to some guttural cockney accents in the computer cluster. Some ladies feel a need to spend an hour a day Skyping with their “mates” back in Sussex. They force the other guests in the room to listen to every single detail of their Barbados trip.

The beach is the real attraction of this resort. The water is choppy but warm and invigorating. I would spend hours just standing in the surf. The beach staff is also very nice. Sadeo has a big smile which counters Captain Sam’s constant scowl quite well. They are pretty good about inviting you to take a free catamaran sail or upgrading to a private paddleboard lesson.

The beaches in Barbados are all public so there is a host of characters roaming them. In my first hour lounging in a chair, a haggard looking man describing himself as, “Black Jesus” approached my wife and I and offered to sell us drugs. He went on to explain that his marijuana was top notch, but because it was our honeymoon, he recommended the cocaine. He felt this would serve us well during our intimate moments. We kindly asked him to mosey on, but not before he stole my cigarette lighter.

“Captain Jack Sparrow” was another narcotics salesperson that offered his goods to us about a half hour after “Black Jesus” made his exodus. We sent him on his way too. There was also a taxi driver who petitioned us for a private tour of the island for several hundred dollars. He got an endorsement from Captain Sam but he spat when he talked so we decided against his services as well.

There is a mini-mart around the corner from the hotel. This came in very handy for better tasting beer, cigarettes and aloe vera after my back got sun burned on the second day.

There is a huge man selling jewelry in front of the convenience store and there is a rogue’s gallery of miscreants just across the street sizing you up as soon as you come within view.

Oistins is a must on Friday night. The outdoor market comes alive with music, fresh seafood and dancing. I got the grilled marlin and it comes on a paper plate with macaroni and cheese, which the locals call “macaroni pie.” You probably do not want to use the public restrooms here because they are crawling with roaches, but it is all part of the experience.

I would not walk back to the hotel from here late at night. Part of being a sensible traveler means respecting the best practices, and not attracting too much attention. Better safe than sorry. Taxis are reasonable for short trips and fairly easy to hail.

We rented a car from a shop down the road from the convenience store for a full day and took a tour of the most popular attractions in Barbados. We are not used to driving on the other side of the road so it was a miracle we did not kill ourselves or anyone else. We went to the Mount Gay Rum Tour, Harrison’s Cave and the Flower Forrest. All were worthwhile.

I wish we had swam with the sea turtles but we will do that another time. It should be noted that if you book this through the activities coordinator at the Turtle Beach Hotel, they are going to hit you with a ridiculous surcharge for each person they book. I caught this early on and avoided the economic raping. But still, this was one of the only aspects of the trip that left a bad taste. The staff did not indulge in too many blatant upsell opportunities.

For a honeymoon, a short vacation or a weeklong romp to paradise, I would recommend the Turtle Beach Hotel. The other reviewers are correct in stating that the staff and management are extremely friendly and go out of their way to accommodate any request.

Room Tip: Young couples should ask for a room far away from the pool.
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  • Stayed August 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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6 Thank Discerning_Eye_USA
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New Rochelle, New York
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 17, 2012

My sister and I just came back from our "Annual Sister Trip" and it was time well spend here especially for some much needed R & R!!!! The atmosphere and ambience of the resort was very warm, rooms keep well and clean everyday, the resort is clean and well manicure, the staff very personable and helpful, the food selection in each restaurant on the resort was amazing and VERY delicious!!!!! The pool was nice & the beach/sand was clean and beautiful, although the currents were very rough and the tides were high the staff made it an enjoyable experience. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!

Room Tip: Ocean view rooms are the best, Higher floors less noise from the poolside
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  • Stayed October 2012, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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2 Thank Esh M
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Property: Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels
Address: Dover, Barbados
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Location: Caribbean > Barbados > Christ Church Parish > Dover
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 3 Hotels in Dover
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:4 star — Turtle Beach by Elegant Hotels 4*
Number of rooms: 161
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
"A vibrant blend of contemporary style and informal elegance." A truly magnificent all-inclusive property of 161 rooms situated on a glorious stretch of the south coast of Barbados. Turtle Beach Resort uniquely combines contemporary style, informal elegance, lively atmosphere and a superb range of facilities suitable for all ages, including a supervised kids Club (for children aged 4-12) setting new standards for all-inclusive holidays to the Caribbean. Complimentary WiFi. ... more   less 
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