Cassandra 2 Beach Apartments is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Speightstown, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a refrigerator, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with paid wifi offered by the hotel.
Cassandra 2 Beach Apartments features a sun terrace, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Cassandra 2 Beach Apartments, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some ribs can head to Jumas Restaurant or The Lobster Pot. Otherwise, you may want to check out a seafood restaurant such as The Fish Pot, Fisherman's Pub, or Jumas Restaurant.
Looking for something to do in Speightstown? Tiyi By Design Art Jewelry Studio (1.2 km) and The Speightstown Mural (1.4 km) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance of Cassandra 2 Beach Apartments Hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Speightstown!
We found it to be clean and comfortable with the ocean only feet from the back door. Even though there are 2 bedrooms it would be crowded with more than 2 adults. We used one room for suitcases and clothes. The listing we saw says daily cleaning. Not true. Laundry could be done but at a price. No dish soap or other supplies. There is bar soap. Away from the bigger towns not isolated.
This time we rented both the bottom 2 bdrm apartment and the upstairs studio because my guests were friends and we wanted them to have their space. It worked out great!! We gathered downstairs and out on the great deck, but they could go up when they wanted to be alone. As always Juliette was a gracious and helpful host. This is not a hotel. It is a house remodeled into the downstairs and upstairs units. If you want fancy go look somewhere else. If you want peace and quiet, perfect sunsets, and convenient location, and perfect host, this is the place!!! I will go back again. Charlie Backman
This great little beach house has 2 apts. The bottom one w private deck is where we stayed. We had 2 bedrooms which we used one just as a changing room. There is AC in the bedrooms and with the cool breezes coming thru the porch screen doors, you need nothing else. There is a small kitchen, which we didn't use really since there are so many great restaurants on Barbados! But it was nice that it was there. There is a couch and table and 4 chairs and a small TV. The best point of staying here is the secluded feel to it since it is your own private space and that you can sit on the deck and watch the turtles play in the water almost every morning! The water at high tide laps the tiny small private beach as well so the water is close!!! If you prefer a smaller quiet area in compared to the busy crowded feeling of the Bridgetown area...then consider staying here. It is not a high end resort, but clean and the lady who runs it is extremely helpful and nice. The drive to Holetown where there is a lot to see and do is only about 10 minutes drive or you can catch the bus. Mullins beach is right next door and you can walk down the beach to it if you choose. There is also a convenience store/gas station/atm right across the street! We were very happy staying here!! Definitely stay on the bottom apt and not the top if you have a choice, because of the large deck that is then yours to use! …
Well the management/owner of this property so nearly could have spoiled my recent fantastic holiday to Barbados. Having made a courtesy pre arrival two hour call - saying I'd be arriving as agreed/confirmed (months before) with my booking at 3pm, I then did so to find no-one here! I phoned again to eventually be answered with criticism of my booking agent and that no booking was confirmed for me! No idyllic time spent by the beautiful west coast on the eve of my birthday for me! I asked was the accommodation spoken for? Just to be ranted at about protocols ( none of which I was notified about)! I resigned myself to having no accommodation here and spent the next four hours trying to find accommodation on a late Sunday afternoon/evening. Surprise surprise when I viewed alternative booking sites to find the accommodation was still available for rent. I booked and my booking online was again accepted. I telephoned to say the accommodation was available and that i had booked and would welcome being received later that day! Ohh no the owner/manager wasn't having any of that! You would think I would take the hint - of being unwanted!?! Stupid me! This place is either chaotically organised, poorly administered or the owner/keeper is too darn lazy to provide the service it professes to offer on the many booking sites that it seeks customers from. Unreliable, unhelpful and rude is how I'd describe this place. Half my day was wasted on this poor service provider. No surprise its up for sale/on the market. Having peered through the downstairs patio doors the place couldn't help looking like an upturned student digs! Maybe I had a lucky escape! One I am still trying to ensure I am fully reimbursed for! I'm sure there are people out here who have enjoyed their stay but I'd be very sceptical about booking this place ever again. My only bad experience of Barbados on this my third visit to this fantastic helpful people and their island. Just not so here! …
My husband needed a relaxing break: he was looking distinctly grey. An opportunity arose at short notice and we put together this trip in less than a day...I have to say that he started to unwind the moment we had left the airport, and when we found Cassandra (which took a couple of goes...) the process continued unabated. Let's be straight: Cassandra is not the lap of luxury, but if you are happy with the simple pleasures, this is the PERFECT place to savour them. The setting is exquisite, especially if, like us, you are a snorkeller, and therefore want beaches with rocks and coral under the waves. if you want pure white sand, you will need to make an effort and walk about 50 yards along the beach. For us it was heaven to sit and watch the turtles playing in the waves in front of us, enjoy a rum punch on the balcony watching the sun go down over the sea, see the hummingbirds feeding on the tree blossoms right in front of our eyes. And all we needed to do was take a few steps downstairs and we were on the beach and into the waves, finding all manner of fabulous reef fish which are our passion. Right next door is the famous Bomba's restaurant which is definitely worth a visit, and just down the road is the white soft sand of Mullins beach, should you wish to try that. Juliet the owner was very helpful and welcoming, sorting the odd problem in double quick time and a mine of information. As far as I am concerned, this represents my idea of heaven. You can keep your "luxury" condominiums (apparently the likes of Simon Cowell have boltholes a few miles down the road) Cassandra 2 does it for me!…