February 13, 2020


2020 may not have quite the level of global hysteria as Y2K, but there’s much to be said about a decade that signals new vision and perspective. For Barbadians and those of Bajan heritage, there is however plenty fervour as our Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Mottley has called for We Gathering Barbados – a Bajan homecoming. The Prime Minister is encouraging those with a love for Barbados to return home – whether by birth, blood, or frequent visitation – to celebrate our nation and “build the best Barbados, together”. The celebrations have already begun, with A plethora of activities spanning the eleven parishes for each month of the year. Clearly there will not be a dull moment in Barbados in 2020.
April 29, 2019


Kids have a ball at Dover Beach at our family-friendly hotel. In addition to frolicking in the kids-friendly pool, there’re many areas for them to have fun and create lifetime memories. When it comes to feeding the kids, our restaurant is well prepared to offer those items which are favourites with kids and the kid in us. Items such as hot dogs, burgers, pizzas and the ever-popular mac and cheese are all available on our kid’s menu.
April 1, 2019

Family Affair At Dover Beach

  Ten years ago Janet Boyle decided to take a vacation to Barbados. Ten years later, and every year since, Janet has returned to her home away from home at Dover Beach Hotel, Barbados. But that’s not all – she’s brought along three generations of siblings, husbands, children and grandchildren, each falling in love with a piece of our Caribbean gem.
August 29, 2018

New Hotel Tax for Barbados

Dover Beach Blog Options As you may be aware, the people of Barbados elected a new Government on May 24, 2018. The new administration has, with dispatch, sought to rebuild the country’s social and economic well-being, in order to renew and maintain Barbados’ competitiveness as a tourism destination. As a consequence, a mandatory new room tax has been introduced, effective July 1, 2018.
October 31, 2017


There is more to St Lawrence Gap than bars and restaurants. In the midst of it all is a quaint place of worship – St Lawrence Anglican (Episcopal) Church, with its spectacular view of the ocean added to its attractiveness.