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Divi Heritage Beach Resort - Adults Only

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Quiet resort, a bit antiquated, walking distant to beaches, restaurants , shopping , great view of the sea.

The hotel staff were great. The accommodations were of ok. It was close to a beach, which was a little hike away.

The hotel is old and needs a complete renovation. The paths in between the buildings are poorly lit but at least there is security on the premises. The staff helped as much as they could and were friendly. The best part of my stay was the beach.

Enjoyable accommodation, staff is very personable No beach in front of resort, but a short walk either direction beautiful sandy beaches. Shopping and Dining all in walking distance. Full kitchen and grocery store close by.. They share pool and spa, exercise room with resort next door. Very nice tennis court on site.

Rooms and equipment are somewhat worn. The staff was willing to help and make needed repairs

Quote did not include taxes that I had to pay at check-out.

This hotel is walking distance to various restaurants of different prices and menus. As well teh hotel is walking distance from Holetown which is very fun on the weekends. Also this hotel have full kitchen and you can buy groceries in a supermarket or mini market close buy. The hotel staff is nice and respect your privacy. You can arrive at anytime the security guard at night is a gentlemen and helps you in any request.

Divi advertise they have wireless internet. Not so, it comes and goes, barely. The signal is so weak you can barely connect to the internet and when you did it was no more that a minute or two. I had to leave every morning to go to my friend's house for wireless internet. They charge a hidden energy surcharge for every night. The first room was discussing and the second room (because they tried to move me for stronger WiFi) was barely better. This hotel is terrible. I do not recommend going there.

[...] The hotel needs a thorough cleaning and repairs - it's a shame as inexpensive quick fixes could make a big difference. Towels were a rare commodity. The staff was friendly and Barbados is great.

You get what you pay for, the place was decent, not a 5 star hotel but not a 1. I went with some friends to have a good time, the hotel served as a good "base camp", and it served well. Beautiful snorkeling about 500 ft to the north of the hotel.

For two days no housekeeping due to housekeeper sick and day off. Was also told was low season. Rooms very tacky and in bad need of refurbishing. No amenities on property(pool,restaurant) On a scale of 1 to 10 this property would rate a 3 or perhaps 4 due to very helpful staff. I would not recommend this property nor would I stay here again.

My only beef is the cable-TV service. The remote was broken. I asked for a replacement--and got another bad remote--after almost a day of complaining and going to the reception desk to complain. The cable service was very infrequent--night time was the worst. The screen simply had a life and temperament of its own--flickering on and off. I was particularly upset about the cable service because I had to remain indoors for over 2 days--American Airlines did not have my luggage, so I was still in my travel clothes (winter clothes!!!) half way through my stay. The hotel staff was professional, courteous and kind. They actually bought a shirt for me to wear in Barbados pending the arrival of my luggage.

My husband and I and our son and daughter in law stayed here for a week. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The hotel staff cannot do enough to help you. Usually the resort can use the facilities at the Almond, however the Almond was closed for renovations, but all in all we had an excellent week. Heritage is very central for restaurants, beaches and easy accessiblity to Bridgetown.

The hotel was in a wonderful location. There was a small store across the street that carried the basics for food and drinks and a larger grocery store a couple of blocks away. There were duty free shops as well as a couple of local clothes/jewelry stores across the street as well as a couple of blocks away. There were restaurants close by and you can catch a bus to almost anywhere right in front of the hotel. The room was very large and comfortable and the view was beautiful. But the best part for us was the incredible snorkeling right in front of the hotel. The beach has a lot of coral and you can see an enormous amount of fish when you are only knee deep in the water. Plus there is a wreck very close to the beach that is about 20-40 deep. So you may be able to see the top of the wreck by just swimming down to it. If you prefer the sandy beaches, they are within close walking distance. If you are looking for the local markets that sell fresh fruits and vegetables, I was told (the day before we left) that they are in Speightown - one town up and a short bus ride away. If you do any of the touristy things, be sure to do a full day tour of the island. It is well worth it! This was our first trip, but not our last and we would stay at Divi Heritage again.

Sunset Crest Holetown St. James

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Concierge services
  • Laundry facilities

Located in Sunset Crest, Divi Heritage Beach Resort - Adults Only is adjacent to Sunset Crest Shopping Centre and within a 10-minute stroll of Sandy Lane Beach. Each of the 22 rooms at this 3-star hotel includes a kitchen, a balcony, and a sofa bed. It's on the beach and also a short walk from Chattel Village and Holetown Monument.


Rooms

The 22 air-conditioned accommodations feature kitchens and balconies, and there's space to spread out with sitting areas. TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include sofa beds, coffee makers, and free local calls.


Property features

At Divi Heritage Beach Resort - Adults Only, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, express check-out, and laundry facilities. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. Front-desk staff can assist with dry cleaning/laundry and concierge services. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a porter/bellhop and wedding services.

Room options

Suite, 1 Bedroom

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 1 Bedroom

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Divi Heritage Beach Resort - Adults Only

Everyone (2) Couples (4) Business (3) Family (1) Friends (3) Other (1)
3

peaceful

Couples

Quiet resort, a bit antiquated, walking distant to beaches, restaurants , shopping , great view of the sea.

By on Mar 16, 2017

3

reasonable rate

Everyone

The hotel staff were great. The accommodations were of ok. It was close to a beach, which was a little hike away.

By , from Atlanta, GA on Mar 2, 2017

3

okay for an unplanned stay

Everyone

The hotel is old and needs a complete renovation. The paths in between the buildings are poorly lit but at least there is security on the premises. The staff helped as much as they could and were friendly. The best part of my stay was the beach.

By , from New Jersey on Feb 20, 2017

3

divi heitage

GetawayWithFriends

Enjoyable accommodation, staff is very personable No beach in front of resort, but a short walk either direction beautiful sandy beaches. Shopping and Dining all in walking distance. Full kitchen and grocery store close by.. They share pool and spa, exercise room with resort next door. Very nice tennis court on site.

By on Apr 8, 2014

2

great location, but needs work

Couples

Rooms and equipment are somewhat worn. The staff was willing to help and make needed repairs

By on Jan 23, 2013

3

problem with quote

Singles

Quote did not include taxes that I had to pay at check-out.

By on Feb 15, 2012

4

perfect for people who likes to be on a local atmosphere!!

BusinessTravelers

This hotel is walking distance to various restaurants of different prices and menus. As well teh hotel is walking distance from Holetown which is very fun on the weekends. Also this hotel have full kitchen and you can buy groceries in a supermarket or mini market close buy. The hotel staff is nice and respect your privacy. You can arrive at anytime the security guard at night is a gentlemen and helps you in any request.

By on Jan 3, 2012

1

worse hotel ever!!!!!

BusinessTravelers

Divi advertise they have wireless internet. Not so, it comes and goes, barely. The signal is so weak you can barely connect to the internet and when you did it was no more that a minute or two. I had to leave every morning to go to my friend's house for wireless internet. They charge a hidden energy surcharge for every night. The first room was discussing and the second room (because they tried to move me for stronger WiFi) was barely better. This hotel is terrible. I do not recommend going there.

By on Dec 11, 2011

1

what a shame

GetawayWithFriends

[...] The hotel needs a thorough cleaning and repairs - it's a shame as inexpensive quick fixes could make a big difference. Towels were a rare commodity. The staff was friendly and Barbados is great.

By on Jan 25, 2011

3

not to bad

GetawayWithFriends

You get what you pay for, the place was decent, not a 5 star hotel but not a 1. I went with some friends to have a good time, the hotel served as a good "base camp", and it served well. Beautiful snorkeling about 500 ft to the north of the hotel.

By on Jul 31, 2010