Palm Garden Hotel is a quiet and cosy property, well positioned on the South Coast of the island, off Worthing Main Road, Christ Church. Experience the best of two paces- tranquility and energetic island activities. Palm Garden Hotel offers relaxation- a peaceful area with breathtaking signature gardens where you can spot local monkeys and birds amongst our lush green flora and fauna, and yet, only five minutes away from an array of restaurants, popular bars, supermarkets, banks, casino and shopping facilities and a ‘skip away’- a short walking distance from Barbados’ entertainment capital, “St Lawrence Gap.” We are directly across the street from the popular Worthing beach, with its lovely stretch of white sand and clear waters to make your stay in Barbados a memorable one!
Our room inventory consists of courtyard studios, signature studios with one wheelchair-accessible room, superior studios, one-bedroom suites and our Honeymoon Suite. Most rooms have cooking facilities, except for the smallest which is a courtyard studio.
We are big on little, but with essential things like our room amenities, consisting of cable television, direct-dial telephones, free WiFi internet, air-conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, ironing board and iron, room safe, microwave and toiletries, that make you feel right at home. We make sure that we meet all your needs, as we offer daily maid service, 24-hour reception, secure parking, laundry service, concierge service, 24-hour security and surveillance cameras.
On our property, we have an outdoor freshwater pool, gaming arcade, and the popular “De Grille” bar and restaurant, serving both Bajan and international mouthwatering dishes. Since variety is the ‘spice of life’, Worthing Square Food Garden, which is a five-minute walk from the property is a culinary experience that offers several options of street food and caters to many palettes.
The management and staff of South Gap Hotel are extremely excited to announce the completion of a $6 million renovation of its room accommodations and public spaces. The project was concluded in two phases over a period of two years.