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Barbados Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 61
Total Sleeping Rooms 4,177
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 350
Committable Meeting Rooms* 11
Average Hotel Room Rate BBD Bds$356
Average Daily Meal Cost BBD Bds$244
Average Weekly Car Rental BBD Bds$650
*Maximum for a single hotel

Barbados Things to Do and Attractions

Andromeda Botanic Gardens

Palms, helliconias, orchids and succulents are just the beginning at this sprawling six-acre botanical garden. What began as a private plant collection at the home of Iris Bannochie in 1954 is today home to more than 600 different species of plants.

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Atlantis Submarine Tours

The most unique and exciting way to experience the amazing marine life in Barbados is beneath the blue waves of the Caribbean Sea. Since 1986, this award-winning undersea adventure has taken over one million guests on an astonishing journey beneath

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Barbados Beaches

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A bastion of beautiful beaches, Barbados boasts over 112 kilometers of sun-drenched shores. Along the West Coast visitors enjoy powdery white sands and the peaceful waters of the Caribbean. The clear waters of Mullins Beach, Fitts Village and the

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Barbados Museum

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A great way to get acquainted with the island's history and culture, the Barbados Museum is a must-visit. Housed in what were once British detention barracks, the museum invites guests to explore exhibits on topics such as natural history and fine

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Barbados Wildlife Reserve

A natural mahogany forest provides a free-range home to an array of exotic animals at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve. Founded in 1985, the reserve is an animal sanctuary set on four acres adjacent to Farley Hill National Park. More than 100 mammals,

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No trip to Barbados would be complete without a visit to Bridgetown, the island's capital city and commercial center. One of the oldest cities in the Caribbean, Bridgetown is named for a primitive bridge constructed by the island's indigenous

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George Washington House

A new perspective on American history awaits at the restored George Washington House in Bridgetown. When he arrived in Barbados as a young man in 1751, the first president of the United States stayed for two months at what was then called the Bush

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Harrison's Cave

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Considered by some to be a wonder of the world, Harrison's Cave went unexplored until 1970. Today, it is a premiere Barbados attraction situated in the center of the island near the parish of St. Thomas. Accented by colorful lighting, the cave system

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Sir Frank Hutson Sugar Museum and Factory

Visitors to the Sir Frank Hutson Sugar Museum and Factory are in for a sweet treat. Named for the engineer who assembled this fascinating collection of artifacts, the Sugar Museum offers a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most intriguing

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St. John's Parish Church

Perched on a cliff overlooking the scenic East Coast, St. John's Parish Church was built in 1836 to replace a previous church dating back to 1660. A popular stop for visitors, St. John's Parish Church is an excellent example of classic Gothic

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Sunbury Plantation House

Dating back to 1660, this sprawling estate is nestled in the tranquil St. Phillip countryside just 25 minutes outside of Bridgetown. The only plantation house on the island that is entirely open to the public, Sunbury takes guests on a journey into

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The Dive Shop

The oldest scuba diving tour operator in Barbados also provides some of the best opportunities to view the wondrous aquatic life inhabiting the island's seas. Just five minutes from Bridgetown, the Dive Shop offers guided diving tours of 25 different

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Champers Wine Bar and Restaurant

Just off a sleepy lane on the South Coast of Barbados sits the secluded Champers Wine Bar and Restaurant. The traditional Barbadian building features vibrant Caribbean colors and sweeping views of the turquoise ocean. Its casual, yet elegant grounds

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The Restaurant at South Sea

Situated in a traditional Barbadian home overlooking the ocean, the Restaurant at South Sea sparkles on Barbados' eastern coast. The only restaurant in Barbados to receive the coveted AAA four diamond rating, South Sea has been the recipient of an

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The Tides Restaurant

Housed in a rustic, coral structure surrounded by tropical gardens and situated on the edge of the Caribbean Sea, the Tides Restaurant offers a truly exceptional dining experience. Located in Holetown, this highly lauded dining establishment features

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