So you’ve heard that September in Barbados is the rainy season? While that’s not untrue, it also shouldn’t concern you too much. Rain in Barbados is historically sporadic and short-lived, meaning you can still enjoy plenty of time in the sun or poolside.
Cricket is the national sport of Barbados and many opportunities exist on the island to experience the sport. Historically, it is believed that cricket came to the island’s elite in the eighteenth century and since then has evolved into a national pastime.
The Crane Residential Resort celebrated World Environment Day under the theme, Think. Eat. Save. Think.Eat.Save is an anti-food waste and food loss campaign that encourages you to reduce your foodprint.
Welcome back to The Crane blog!
The year is off to a fantastic start here at the resort and we look forward to welcoming our new and returning guests in the upcoming months.
A trip to Barbados certainly is not complete without the Sun, Sea and Sand. However, there are many activities and tours that can enhance the total Barbadian experience. Crane Blog has compiled a list of events and activities that can be enjoyed at your leisure while on the island.
Located on the stunning South East coast of Barbados, The Crane is the ideal location for your wedding, reception and of course honeymoon. Our resident Romance Concierge is knowledgeable, and ready to assist to ensure that your wedding day is wonderfully unforgettable.
It was a LOUD evening in Bar 1887 this August as the final four pulled out all the stops to see who would become the Crane’s 1st Mix Master. Guests and staff were on hand to enjoy the fierce competition among Peter Lloyd from Carriage House, Orwin Findlay, Carl Henry and Marlon Alleyne from Bar 1887.