Mango Bay consists of a cluster of modern white buildings with green balconies that face a large, central pool. The free-form swimming pool features a bridge and adjoining kids' pool and is neatly lined with wooden sun loungers covered with thick green mattresses.
Nearby, a spacious lounge with wooden deck floors, high ceilings and modern light fittings is the place to be whenever there's a football match on. With cool, curved couches in sandy shades, it's quite a cosy place to hang out; there's free Internet, a selection of board games, a flat screen television and a book exchange. Just next door guests will find the Elements mini spa which is small but adequate considering the hotel's size. Right by the lobby, athletic holidaymakers can keep up their fitness routines in the small but well-lit and well-equipped gym.
At the far end of the swimming pool, a boardwalk brings guests to the hotel's restaurant and bar which is located on the waterfront. Live entertainment takes place here on a nightly basis. The outdoor deck area is scattered with outdoor dining settings, sun loungers, and is next to the resort's water sports facility.
Despite being a small property, there are many activities to keep guests occupied should the pool and the beach get a bit repetitive. Apart from the complimentary rum punch parties (Wednesday nights), the hotel also organises limbo dancing competitions, scuba lessons in the pool, shopping trips to Bridgetown, catamaran snorkelling trips and glass bottom boat excursions (free but maximum numbers and reservations required). There are also regular trips organised to Hunte's Gardens, the Mount Gay rum refinery, St Nicholas Abbey, Harrison's Cave and Oistin's Fish Fry at an extra cost to guests.
While there is no kids' club on-site, the resort has a children's pool, children's dining menu and board games.