This Barbados resort offers 232 suites, all with kitchens or kitchenettes, in four apricot-colored colonial-style buildings of two to five stories. All buildings have elevators and air conditioning, except the two-story building, which was the original 1887 hotel.L'Azure, the open-air, ocean-view restaurant showcases classic and Caribbean fare, with a focus on fresh seafood. The Sunday buffet breakfast features gospel entertainment, while a steel band performs during Sunday brunch. Zen, located at the cliff's edge, serves Thai and Japanese cuisine and features intimate, private dining rooms and a sushi bar overlooking the ocean.
The Crane is conveniently located approximately six minutes drive east of the Grantley Adams International Airport, on the South Eastern coast of Barbados.The Crane, also enjoys easy access to the rest of the island with its wide array of golf courses, restaurants, night- clubs, shopping and more.