Other hotels

sunset hotel 2016Sunset Hotel is situated in the village on River Road and was built in the 70's to become one of the first locally owned hotels. Successive owners failed to make it work and it remains derelict. In the hurricane aftermath it was used to contain the dogs that were left behind on Barbuda after evacuation.







 lighthouse hotel 2018

Lighthouse Bay Resort at Low Bay was to be sold by auction in 2015 but is apparently still for sale in spite of falling into the sea.








the beach houseBeach House (formerly Palmetto Hotel) is still closed and semi-derelict although Derek and Adam Barrett  claim they have the current lease, having completed some work there over the past few years.








K Club since IrmaK Club was intended for re-development by Robert de Niro and James Packer, but is subject to legal actions to contest the manner in which it obtained consent for the project, which included acres of extra land, and the terms of the agreement, which have not been made transparent to Barbudans. They have since stopped work on the hotel and left it derelict after Irma.





rebuilding Coco PointCoco Point Lodge was almost totally destroyed by Hurricane Irma, ending many years of this resort's connection to Barbuda. Overnight Barbudans lost their employment - many had worked there for decades.The lease has now been bought and re-building started by the Discovery Land Company.





Dulcina Hotel (at River) has been demolished and the land has been cleared as the lease has apparently been given to Maria Browne, the wife of Prime Minister Gaston Browne.No other work has since been done on the project.

North Beach was sadly completely destroyed in Hurricane Irma.



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