Welcome To The Crane Village
The Crane Residential Resort has been in operation since 1887 and has undoubtedly earned its reputation as a leading luxury resort in Barbados.
The Crane offers three categories of oceanfront accommodation, which feature all the comforts you could desire during your stay in Barbados.
With a fully equipped kitchen, free WiFi connection, DVD player, Jacuzzi bathtub, spa showers, direct dial telephone with free calls to most international destinations, and (in most cases) even a private ocean view pool.
However, what many people don’t know is that The Crane offers much more than merely luxurious accommodation.
The Crane Village is fast becoming a destination point in Barbados. The uniquely designed 55,000 square-foot Crane Village is nestled amongst the beautifully landscaped Crane Resort and overlooks the Atlantic Ocean so you can get the full Crane experience in style.
The Village features historic architecture, cobblestone streets, and hints to Barbadian design and culture all over.
Want to know the best part? You don’t need even to be a guest of the Crane Resort accommodation to enjoy the Crane Village. It’s open to both locals and visitors to the island to experience all it has to offer.
Conveniently located in the parish of St. Philip and less than 10 minutes driving east from Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA), the Crane Village caters to a variety of clientele in a relaxed yet exclusive environment.
The Crane Village – Your Ultimate Destination
The Crane Village offers its visitors and guests a variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment options, as well as other facilities like a fitness center.
There are loads of opportunities for duty-free shopping in the 3 000 square-foot Duty-Free Emporia, as well as in various other outlets in the Village.
There’s a general convenience store for all your essential items, a Cave Shepherd outlet and a Columbian Emeralds store for duty-free gifts and souvenirs, and even a Village Gallery full of established, as well as up and coming, local Barbadian artists.
Regarding dining and cuisine, The Village offers casual Italian cuisine at D’Onofrio’s Trattoria. A jazz bar (Bar 1887) with daily happy hours and a tapas menu, and even a café – The Village Café – serving homemade gelato, ice cream bars, specialty coffees, crepes, waffles, and other treats when you need a rest from all that shopping and exploring.
Not only that, but the Crane Village offers the function facility of the Town Hall and Square. A meeting and function space that accommodates up to 180 guests for conferences, receptions, and private functions.
Wait, there’s more!
Are you interested in arts and crafts? Do you love a good market?
Look no further because every Wednesday afternoon from 5 pm to 8 pm, The Village is transformed into an open-air market (Village Fair) featuring local arts, crafts, jewelry, and traditional delicacies.
There’s also a real estate center, reception, and concierge.
Trust us, the Crane Village is well worth a visit and is a destination in itself. A definite ‘must do.’
Need more information?
Visit The Crane Resort at Totally Barbados or call them at (246) 423-6220.
For more information on facilities, activities, and dining options in The Crane Village, you can also email them by visiting The Crane Resort and using the book it chose.
Author: Brett Callaghan