Number of Rooms: 4
Four air-conditioned suites, with shady terraces overlook the dazzling white sandy beach. The suites decorated in cool contemporary style, a collaboration of Italian soft pieces and local Bajan mahogany furniture. Reflecting the Lone Star?s history, each suite is named in honour of an automobile legend: Cord, Studebaker, Lincoln and Buick. Lone Star knows how important a night? sleep is, their clients fly in from the four corners of the earth, thus all rooms have enormous comfortable beds, the bathrooms are punctuated with Philippe Stark fittings, white fluffy towels, robes and fragrant products.
Constructed in the 1940?s, the Lone Star was originally a garage owned by car-enthusiast Romy Reid. At the time it was the only garage on Barbados? west coast licensed to sell petrol. Reid, who knew how to repair cars, quickly became a popular local celebrity, and ultimately created The Leeward Bus Company, operating buses throughout the West Coast. Reid?s work-shop still exists, forming part of the reception area of the Lone Star restaurant. During WWII, he built a coral stone air-raid shelter, which today houses the extensive wine cellars.
|• Lone Star Restaurant - Visit our restaurant|
|Situated on the St. James Coast just north of the Royal Pavilion Hotel directly on the water edge.|