Butterfly Beach Hotel reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

4.0 Very Good

  • Cleanliness 4.5
  • Location 4.5
  • Rooms 4.0
  • Service 4.0
  • Value 4.5

2173 TripAdvisor reviews

TripAdvisor users rated this property 5 out of 5

Heaven on earth

Littlenic94 on May 04, 2024

This is my third time visit butterfly beach hotel and it will not be my last! This place is heaven on earth! Small little boutique hotel, clean, and the most gorgeous set of staff! A massive shout out to John, Karen and Tashara. They is better locations on the island but you pay the hefty price tag! It is very easy to access places by using the reggae buses, electric bus or just the standard bus. Walking distance to the supermarket or to oistins. You have beautiful beaches either side of the hotel - these are a little bit more rougher so you can travel further up the island for calmer seas. I have been to this hotel numerous times, and when speaking to other people they have done the same! Tried to book the hotel for new year, and it's completely fully booked, and so is January - May! So I think that speaks volumes it self.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

Good value family hotel

Louise0012233 (Bath, United Kingdom) on Apr 18, 2024

Good family friendly hotel with a nice pool and on the beach. Not safe to swim in the sea here - very rough and rips. Good customer service and easy to get bus and taxi. Held bags on check out and allowed us to use showers for our later flight. Bar staff friendly but slow.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

Excellent budget option

Josh M (London, United Kingdom) on Apr 14, 2024

I was apprehensive about booking this because of the huge variance in reviews, even recent ones. Happy to report that overall we thought this was an excellent value hotel, that we would recommend - with a couple of caveats. Two pools and a beach each side (accessible at low-tide) meant there was plenty of room for everyone and we didn't encounter any surly staff that others report, most were very friendly. We were in the cheapest room type (no kitchenette) but still had an incredible view out to the sea. Other pros: Oistins fish fry, dover beach and St Lawrence Gap are walkable, otherwise buses from right outside hotel. Happy hour rum punches go down well, beds comfy. Cons: cleaning could be a little more thorough, we were often asked what we wanted cleaned specifically, rather than a standard full service. It's not really for me to list things I want cleaned. This wasn't a deal-breaker though.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

Great location, go with an open mind

Elisa R (Tewkesbury, United Kingdom) on Apr 01, 2024

Great location, fantastic beach! We did a lot of research before we came as we wanted to explore as much as possible. The hotel itself is in a great position with a 1km walk to Oistins so you can enjoy the delights of the fish fry. Or jump on the reggae , reggae bus for 3.50 Barbadian dollars. Within the 1km is a great restaurant called the Surfers Cafe that had a hidden jewel at the back of wonderful view and natural aircon from the sea. There is also a Masseys supermarket great for getting your drinks , snacks and food for your stay. We stayed in a room with a sea view that was a bit tired , the toilet was noisy , the aircon didn’t work well and the curtains kept no sunlight out at all . When we booked this hotel we knew it wasn’t 4star . If you are fussy this isn’t for you but the view, the beach and people make up for the tired looking rooms (that you only sleep in) . We will definitely be back ??

TripAdvisor users rated this property 1 out of 5

Tired hotel needs better service.

craigm496 (Atlanta, United States) on Mar 29, 2024

This small and older hotel has a nice location, but is a mess everywhere else. The rooms are tired, the tiles cracked, and the staff at the restaurant is abysmal. It took an HOUR to get a burger. The lack of customer service should mark this hotel off any list ever. Sad to say since they could use the business. There are similar reviews here about the space. I guess finding good staff is difficult, but when tourism is your main export, service needs to be top notch. Pay the extra for a better space and better service. You’ve been warned.

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