U.S. citizens need a valid passport. Camouflage clothing is not allowed on the island. English is the official language of this member of the British Commonwealth. Barbados’ currency is tied to the U.S. dollar at an exchange rate of $1.98 BDS to $1 US.
Delta offers several flights from Atlanta; non-stop routes are offered during peak seasons.
At Tamarind Cove Hotel all 110 rooms are steps away from the Caribbean ocean. Rates from $365 per night
The Hilton Barbados offers 350 rooms, all with ocean views. Rates from $299 per night.
Sandy Lane, the island’s most exclusive guest address, boasts 113 units (95 one-bedroom units and 18 suites of varying size) Rates from $950 per night
All rates vary by season and room amenities
Reference the new Zagat Guide “2009 Best of Barbados,” the first and only Zagat guide in the Caribbean. Hundreds of establishments are rated, including restaurants, nightlife, attractions and golf courses.
Barbados Tourism Authority