Nikki Beach Barbados to Reopen on October 14

Nikki Beach Barbados is set to reopen on Sunday, 14 October to align with the beach club brand’s popular Amazing Sundays. The Port Ferdinand property first debuted in late 2017 and is situated on 1.4 acres of beachfront.

In true Nikki Beach style, the first Amazing Sundays will feature Nikki Beach resident DJs, live percussionists, creative cocktails and a globally inspired menu, which blends Nikki Beach culinary classics with local flavors. We suggest pairing your meal with a Nikki Beach Mojito or one of its other signature drinks.

Set on the northwest part of the Caribbean island, Nikki Beach Barbados has a restaurant, pool and beach club with oceanfront seating for up to 200 guests. Guest amenities include a swim-up octagon wet bar, over-sized luxury pool beds and VIP cabanas, valet service, ample parking, showers and changing rooms. Additionally, there is a runway feature for Nikki Beach’s fashion shows and quarterly “What Women Want” events. A Nikki Beach Lifestyle Boutique, which carries branded polo shirts and t-shirts, designer clothing and swimwear for men and women, and towels, hats, beach bags, accessories, music and more, is also available.

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In addition to the brand’s signature programing, Nikki Beach Barbados will host a mix of events throughout the season, including Ladies Tuesdays, Rosé Saturdays and a New Years Eve bash. The full list of events can be accessed here.

Nikki Beach Barbados' operating hours are as follows: Weekdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; weekends from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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