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A Barbadian legend since 1887, and the oldest operating hotel in the Caribbean, The Crane Resort effortlessly marries the old-world charm of its past to all the 21st-century amenities and services expected by today’s most discerning travelers.

Enviably located within The Crane Resort, The Crane Private Residences is perfect for long-term island living, offering contemporary residences and penthouses as well as exclusive access to world-class resort amenities and services.

A secluded, low-density development overlooking Barbados’ Skeete’s Bay Beach and Culpepper Island, Beach Houses has been specially designed to highlight the property’s exclusive location on the 1% of land remaining outside of the island’s protected East Coast. *Please note that Beach Houses is Under Development

Encore Residence Club by Crane Resorts is a select community of residence owners who enjoy exclusive access to a lifetime of luxury vacation and second-home experiences, worldwide.

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Residences in the Park - Official opening of Park 6

The much anticipated Residences in the Park- Park 6 was declared officially opened by Minister of Tourism, The Honourable Richard Sealy, following a short ribbon cutting ceremony on June 29, 2012.

The event was attended by members of the senior management team as well as representatives from the Construction, Architecture and Landscaping departments. Also in attendance were several key industry partners including; Mr. David Rice- President of the Barbados Tourism Authority, Mrs. Patricia Affonso –Dass -President of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Authority (BHTA) and Executive Vice President of the BHTA -Sue Springer. Other invited guests included representatives from Goddards Enterprise Limited, Town and Country Planning and the National Conservation Commission.

In his opening remarks, owner Paul Doyle discussed development updates and his vision for the property throughout the years. He also acknowledged the entire Crane team and thanked everyone for their exceptionally hard work and dedication to maintaining good occupancy levels throughout the summer months and into the high season.

In his feature address, the Minister of Tourism highlighted the importance of maintaining an excellent plant and he saluted The Crane “for making significant investments in its staff.

Entertainment was provided by Hilda Skeene Primary School, the Crane’s adopted school for the Schools Tourism Education Programme (STEP). The school’s choir headed by Ms Anthea Maxwell, lustily performed a series of songs which were uplifting, comic and thoroughly entertaining.

After that musical treat, all guests were invited to a tour of Park 6. Many were astounded by the spaciousness, the privacy and the elements of indoor/outdoor living, while several commented that they would be booking their holidays soon.


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The Crane sets the ultimate standard in luxury oceanfront accommodation, featuring ultra-spacious suites designed to rival the majestic views – often referred to as “the most beautiful on earth”.