You’ve got all the main ingredients for a luxury Caribbean getaway at Galley Bay, including a huge pool with a waterfall. There are also three openair restaurants and four bars, which keep the food and drink coming day and night. Then there’s the spa. Its treatments use ingredients that sound good enough to eat – like pineapple cream and grated coconut.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
There’s a Tuesday morning garden tour that shines a spotlight on the hotel’s flowers and plants. You’ll learn about the island’s farm-to-fork thinking, and see what’s used from the onsite vegetable and herb gardens.
For something a bit more active, go to the beach and try sailing*, stand-up paddleboarding* or sea kayaking*. Or stay at the hotel and play a round of croquet or tennis. There are yoga classes, too.
- Aqua aerobics
This takes place on the beach.
- Caribbean dancing
- Table tennis
- Bike hire
- Stand-up paddle boarding
- Cooking demo
- Behind the Seeds tour
On Tuesday mornings enjoy a garden tour of the resort’s flowers, plants and wildlife.
- Tennis lessons*
- Scuba diving*
- Lagoon fishing
- Hikes to Fort Barrington
FOOD & DRINK
There’s a choice of three restaurants, all of which are open-air. Go to town on dishes like pan-seared grouper fillet, jerked chicken breast, and shrimp gratin with Champagne cream.
- A la carte dining
There are à la carte options at the Seagrape restaurant, plus an à la carte lunch or dinner at the Gauguin restaurant.
- Rum Shack
Try a classic Caribbean drink here, plus there are local tasting sessions where you can sample a vintage rum or two.
- Caribbean barbecue
There's a weekly barbecue that takes place at the beach – serving Caribbean specialities, ribs, steak, seafood and chicken, plus salads and vegetables.
- The Tee Pee Bar
You'll need to try this bar's signature drink – the Galley Bay Special.
- The Gauguin Bar
You'll find this bar in the Gauguin restaurant.
- The Lounge Bar
You'll find this bar in the Seagrape restaurant. It is open at lunchtime, too – serving cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, plus live music takes place here as evening draws near.
- Coffee shop
Enjoy a freshly brewed tea or coffee accompanied by a homemade pastry, here.
- The Barefoot Grill
Burgers, quesadillas or a Cuban sandwich are just some of the items listed on the lunchtime menu.
- The Seagrape Restaurant
You can opt to visit the buffet or peruse the à la carte options even – at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- The Gauguin Restaurant
Dishes at the Gauguin restaurant are inspired from the West Indies.
- Ismay’s Restaurant*
This fine-dining restaurant uses fresh, local ingredients to create delectable dishes – and it is run by award-winning chef Stan Baxter.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
The treatment menus in the spa* have been written with couples in mind. There are private rooms where you can choose from pearl extract face masks*, sea salt massages* and pineapple cream body wraps*.
- Fitness classes/room
The air-conditioned fitness centre is stocked with cardio and weight machines, plus dumbbells.
- Indulge Spa*
Spa goers can enjoy head-to-toe pampering, here.
For a quiet drink at sundown, head to the conical-roofed Tee Pee Bar. The staff here make a special frozen cocktail made from rum, coconut cream and bananas.
For something a little livelier, visit one of the other three lounges. You can expect a mix of steel-drum performances, cocktail parties, Caribbean barbecues and film showings under the stars.
- Live music
- Movie screenings at the beach
- Cocktail party
Once a week a cocktail party takes place. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres are served throughout.
Cool off in the lagoon-style pool, which comes complete with waterfalls and brightly coloured tropical surroundings. Then grab a drink from the bar and sit back on stylish, cushioned sunloungers.
Alternatively, make a beeline for the beach. This sandy sweep’s almost a mile long. Pick up a giant beach towel from the hotel and make a base on one of the seaside sunloungers.
- Outdoor pool
Enjoy a swim in the freshwater lagoon-style pool, which is complemented by waterfalls and a serene green scenery, too.
- Free Wi-Fi
Free Wi-Fi connection in all rooms and in public areas.
- Reception area
Faster Wi-Fi connection in rooms is available, too.
- Gift shop*
- Golf cart shuttle service
There is a complimentary golf cart shuttle service throughout the property.
- Beach towels
In your room.
- Safety deposit boxes
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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