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The beauty of Carlisle Bay surrounds our hotel

Located along one mile of pristine white-sand beach on the Needham’s Point peninsula, the Radisson Aquatica Resort Barbados puts you in the middle of Caribbean paradise. Enjoy snorkeling, paddle boarding and swimming just a short walk from the hotel, and visit nearby attractions like Harrison’s Cave, Atlantis Submarine Tours and Pelican Craft Village with ease.

Popular nearby attractions include:

  • Paddle Barbados (0.1 mile)
    Whether you rent equipment or sign up for paddle board lessons, Paddle Barbados has what you need to fully experience Carlisle Bay.
  • Pelican Craft Village (1.4 miles)
    Browse the work of Barbadian craftsmen and pick up a memento from your visit when you tour this local shopping village.
  • George Washington’s House (1.6 miles)
    Learn about the Barbados ties of the first President of the United States by visiting this expertly restored house that once served as the home of George Washington.
  • Atlantis Submarines (2.1 miles)
    The glass observation windows of this real submarine provide an underwater look at the surrounding landscapes and sea life.
  • Island Safari (3.9 miles)
    Take your adventures off the beaten path with these exciting Land Rover tours of the area.
  • Orchid World (6.8 miles)
    Nature lovers love visiting this six-acre garden and walking among more than 30,000 orchids and other native flowers.
  • Harrison's Cave (7.5 miles)
    Take your island exploration to subterranean levels with a visit to Harrison’s Cave, one of the world’s largest underground caves.
  • Concorde Experience (8.1 miles)
    Visit the Concorde Experience for an up-close look at the iconic aircraft that changed air travel forever.
  • Flower Forest (8.1 miles)
    Spend the day wandering through this 53-acre botanical garden, which offers winding paths, picnic areas and exotic birds encounters.