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Celebrations at The Atlantis Historic Inn

28 October 2020
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Having a celebration with friends? Why not book our entire main building of seven rooms for two or three nights? Incredible rates starting from $820 USD per night for two nights OR $720 USD per night for three nights or more. These rates include all taxes and the Government Room Levy and covers a maximum of 14 guests (7 rooms x 2 guests each).

Housekeeping is provided once every three nights. A personal chef can be hired in advance to prepare your breakfast, lunch and dinner daily using the communal guest kitchen at a rate of $150 USD per day or part thereof. This is based on $40 USD (breakfast), $50 USD (lunch) and $60 USD (dinner). Guests will need to provide their own food items for our chef to prepare.

Please contact us at 1-246-433-9445 or email us to check availability for the main building and make a reservation.


We recommend that our guests take out insurance against possible cancellation charges as shown below. If the accommodation is re-let for the full period of the booking, there will be no charge. In the case of early check outs, the full deposit is applied to any cancelled nights of a confirmed reservation.


Full payment for the group reservation for the main building is required at time of booking. Cancellation less than 14 days prior to arrival will result in forfeiture of this deposit.

There will be no refunds for early departures and no-shows will forfeit the initial deposit charged.

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The Atlantis Historic Inn has Reopened

20 October 2020
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The Atlantis Historic Inn has reopened its rooms for booking under COVID-19 protocols. Our famous restaurant will resume service from Thursday December 10th, 2020. See our Dining page for more information.

For guests staying prior to the reopening of the restaurant, we welcome you to make full use of our new communal guest kitchen and lounge on the ground floor to prepare your own meals. This is available 24 hours a day for all hotel guests, except those under quarantine.

Alternatively, there are nearby restaurants which have already reopened and at least two have a delivery service in place.

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Atlantis Historic Inn Approved for Guests Travelling from High Risk Countries

16 October 2020
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Atlantis Historic Inn along with its sister hotel Little Good Harbour are both approved hotels for guests travelling from High Risk countries.

Please find the latest Barbados Travel Protocols here.

For quarantine regulations at the Atlantis Historic Inn, please click here.

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Hike Adventures Schedule

24 May 2017
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Top 10 Best Hotels in Barbados by Carib Journal

16 March 2017
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Thanks for the mention Carib Journal! 

The Top 10 Barbados Hotels


Barbados Hotels

Atlantis Hotel

This charming historic inn is set on the outskirts of raw and gorgeous Bathsheba, with a striking Atlantic coast and proximity to some of the Atlantic’s top surfing. Atlantis has charming rooms, a great pool and right at the top of the list of the island’s best restaurants, too. It’s one of our favorite hotels in the Caribbean, period.



Eat Your Way Around Barbados

26 January 2016 . By The Telegrapg - Annie Richardson
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Restaurant guide: eat your way around Barbados

Tuck in to flavourful Bajan-inspired food across the island from lavish high-end restaurants to in-the-know local favourites

Plate of sauteed scallops, on a large white plate, micro herbs around scallops
Fine dining experience: book in at The Cliff for a memorable meal 

Food in Barbabos is as vibrant as the island and its people. And that doesn’t just apply to typical tasty Bajan food. Virtually every style of cuisine seems to be available in hundreds of restaurants, yet every dish seems to have been given a power boost in terms of flavour. 

This is down not only to the local produce – ripe, sweet fruit and veg and super-fresh fish in particular – but the chefs, who just love to experiment with different combinations of ingredients and spices. 

A number of chic restaurants in idyllic seaside settings command a lavish budget, but there are plenty of mid-range options and others that are excellent value. 

Here are some suggestions but you really can’t go too far wrong in Barbados. And don’t forget to try the nectar from one of Barbados’ four rum distilleries. 


West coast

Starting at the top end, The Fish Pot is in an old fort and serves up catches that come in to the neighbouring fishing community at Six Men’s Bay. The chef cleverly brings out the natural flavours and the setting is a delight. 

There’s more seafood at the rustic, homely Fisherman’s Pub in the pleasingly ramshackle Speightstown, along with grilled chicken with rice ’n’ peas. 

Nearby Juma’s combines Caribbean, French and Thai cuisines and has an inviting three-course menu that could include flying fish pate followed by thai green curry and rum and raisin cheesecake. 

At the eponymous restaurant on the beach at Mullins, you can sample fish cakes, steaks and salads looking out over a classic scene of palms and powder-blue water. 

Heading down into Holetown, you’re spoilt for choice. Sea Cat does British-style cod and chips, but you should go local and try amberjack, grouper or barracuda – or ask for a platter if you can’t decide. 

Plate of crepes with sauce, and garnishes on white plate

Upmarket Nishi presents top-class sushi and sashimi as well as bistrostyle main dishes. 

A little further south you enter the zone of glamorous waterside restaurants frequented by celebrities. 

Cin Cin by the Sea and Daphne’s are great but if you want one very special experience while in Barbados, book in at The Cliff. It’s pricey, so make the most of your evening by turning up to watch the sunset with a cocktail on the wooden terrace, overlooking the cutest little cove on the island, before taking your seat for dinner. 

Bridgetown sometimes gets overlooked for a foodie night out but there’s a decent selection of eateries here. Waterfront Café on the quayside is a good bet for succulent shrimps and live music and is apparently a favourite of Rihanna. 

It’s easy to work out what Lobster Alive offers at the top end of Carlisle Bay. The spiny crustaceans in the tank are flown in live from the Grenadines by the restaurant’s owner on his private plane. A medium lobster, enough for two, will set you back about £45. 


South coast 

A perennial hotspot in Barbados’ south is Champers, where generous portions of quality meat and fish – and divine desserts – can be enjoyed on the terrace above the waves. It won’t break the bank either. 

Tapas is making a name for itself with a choice of small dishes such as calamari and ceviche, as the name implies, or bigger plates of grub including West Indian curry. 

Blakey’s on the Boardwalk is reliable for gourmet burgers and hunks of grilled fish, while for lighter fare visitors are raving about the waffles and paninis at Bliss Café. 

The combination of Caribbean and Japanese cuisine at Naru (jerk spring rolls?) sounds odd but it is receiving great reviews. Plenty of thought has gone into the design of the restaurant, which is right beside the seaside boardwalk. 

There’s satisfying value at Shakers Bar & Grill, where a plate of catch-of-the- day in batter with chips and trimmings will cost less than £9. Washed down with a chilled Banks beer, that’s a tasty lunch. 

Harlequin is a St Lawrence Gap favourite, with tables out on the deck, jazzy background music and a menu that features meaty king fish, tangy pork chops and pasta dishes. 

Man and woman laugh togethe holding beersFor traditional Bajan fayre, the “fish fry” at Oistins is a must. 

At the east end of the south coast, near Crane Beach, is a modern take on the Bajan rum shop: Marco Polo. It offers a collection of classic dishes ranging from grilled mahi mahi to lasagne (it’s run by British expats), with locally-sourced ingredients. There’s a short but well-chosen wine list. 


East coast 

The wild east coast of Barbados inevitably has less choice, but the settings can be magical. 

The Round House, a historic inn, looks down on the palm-fringed shore of Bathsheba and has been going for more than a century. The coconut shrimp with vodka-lime sauce is recommended, as are the grilled fish sandwiches. 

Open to non-residents, the restaurant at The Atlantis hotel on Tent Bay is charming. It is well known for the West Indian buffet served on Wednesday and Sunday lunchtimes, though the a la carte menu is worth a look too. 

Casual Dina’s Bar & Café is relaxing with fishy staples, a house-special macaroni pie and friendly service. 


And in the middle… 

Much of central Barbados is rural but there are a couple of hidden gems here. Visit the lovely 17th-century Sunbury Plantation House and its horse-drawn carriage collection then dine on calypso chicken or a choice of fish. The Sunday buffet lunch is something of an institution. 

Drive around the lanes of inner Barbados and you may come across Judy’s Watering Hole at a crossroads. One of the most revered rum shops, it is perfectly placed for grabbing a box of grilled chicken, rice and okra along with a cool beer. 

• Find out more about visiting Barbados at visitbarbados.co.uk

East Coast Nature Walk

11 November 2015
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Barbados is more than just a sea, sun and sand destination!

In 1881, a railway was opened offering a service from the east coast of Barbados to Bridgetown. Primarily used for the transportation of sugar, produce as well as passenger services, the train ran for approximately 53 years with various stops and starts due to maintenance issues as a result of the salty sea spray from the Atlantis Ocean and changing Management several times. 

The Atlantis Hotel was one of the first hotels on the island as a result of the train service as it provided a "staycation" opportunity for "city dwellers" to escape to the rugged and peaceful east coast of the island.

Atlantis Hotel circa 1883

Discover more of the history and untouched beauty of the east coast of Barbados on our weekly, East Coast Nature Walk. 

Enjoy a guided tour from Bath Beach to Tent Bay along the old railway tracks followed by a Welcome Drink on arrival at The Atlantis Hotel followed by our famous, West Indian Buffet Lunch.

The tour is available every Wednesday starting at 9.30am. The cost is US$75 per person and includes transfers to and from your hotel, the guided tour, lunch and use of the hotel pool and loungers. Moderate fitness recommended as the hike is approximately 2 hours long.

Stunning Views!

Contact The Atlantis Hotel at enquiry@atlantishotelbarbados.com or call (246) 433-9445 to make your booking!


10 of the World's Best Surf Resorts

21 October 2015 . By Lovin Trends
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Atlantis is #5 and we couldn't agree more!


10 of the World's Best Surf Resorts


Check out these awesome surf resorts. All worth adding to the bucket list. Some you have to save up for and some are possible with a cheap flight and a few quid. We selected a few beauties for you to think about. 

1. Wavepark Surf Resort, Mentawais

Set Up: It’s all in the name, a wavepark created by nature! A small island all to yourself in the tropical Mentawais in Indonesia. 

Surf: Only 12 guests are allowed stay on the Island at any one time and its waves are exclusive to guests only. There are 26 different types of waves from fun beginner to challenging to absolute charging waves. Book me in please.

More info here.


2. Hudhuranfushi Surf Resort, Maldives

Set Up: This islands name Lohi Fushi means the island of white gold! This place is pure heaven, surrounded by white sand and the clearest water you have ever seen. 

Surf: World class Lohi’s left is right in front of the resort while another 10 breaks are within a short boat ride. To keep the crowds down in the surf they only allow 45 people on the island. Stay off my wave number 46!

More info here.


3. Tavarua, Fiji

Set up: This is the love heart shaped island that you have probably seen a thousand times on Instagram and always thought it was photoshopped. Well it’s not! Tavarua Island has only 16 private beachfront houses so it is never crowded. Look paradise up in the dictionary and it will probably say Tavarua! 

Surf: Home to ‘Cloudbreak’, one of the top 5 waves in the world. And is surrounded by 7 other unique waves from ‘Kiddieland’ for beginners to more advanced spots such as the 200 metre long ‘Restaurants’! A surfers paradise.

More info here.


4. Paradise Plage, Morocco

Set up: Close to Europe, THE place for warm surf in winter. Built right on a surf beach by Morocco’s answer to Richard Branson whose passion happens to be surfing. Also known for its excellent Moroccan cuisine and one of the best Spa set ups in Europe.

Surf: On a Beginner/Intermediate break and in the middle of Morocco and arguably Europe’s best surf. 10km’s of different surf breaks for all levels including the world famous surf spots Killers and Anchor Point.

More info here.


5. The Atlantis Hotel, Barbados

Set up: Small boutique lodge with 8 rooms overlooking a beautiful sandy beach in the East Coast of Barbados. Year round sunshine and turquoise water!

Surf: ‘Soup Bowl’ is the islands most famous waves and it is 100 metres from the hotel. It almost always has waves and is great fun and can be epic on its day. Kelly Slater has said it is in his top 3 favourite waves. Plus the island is only 22kms across so there are dozens more waves close by. Slater check out my backside 360!

More info here.


6. Castillo de Pavones, Costa Rica

Set Up: Castillo means Castle and this is a Castle in the trees with an amazing view of the surf. Located in the off the beaten track town of Pavones on the South West coast, surrounded by luscious rainforest on one side and pumping surf on the other!

Surf: The Pavones wave is considered to be the longest wave in the world. It runs for 1km and has been surfed for 2 and a half minutes, the same amount of time you have to make a cup of tea during Eastenders ad break! 

More info here


7. Mukul Resort, Nicaragua

Set Up: This place is nothing short of breathtaking. 37 Private villas surrounded by lush tropical forest and a beautiful private beach. 

Surf: Manzillo Point, a private surf break right in front of the resort, which has different peaks for advanced to beginners. There are 15 different waves types close by in what is one of Central Americas best surf areas. Nicaragua I need you!

More info here


8. Hotel Komune, Bali

Set Up: 66 rooms spread overlooking the spectacular ‘Keramas’, one of Bali’s best waves. Located on the quieter East Coast of Bali, a true surf hotel, and often full of Australian pros. 

Surf: Keramas, a year round wave that is more suited to advanced surfers. The wave is long and lots of fun! You are also within walking distance of plenty of other breaks and 45 minutes drive from Kuta.

More info here


9. Kandui Villas, Mentawai Islands

Set Up: It calls itself “The Worlds Premier Luxury Surf Resorts” and it is easy to see why. The resorts has an infinity pool that looks out onto the beach, luxury spa facilities and with 12 Eco-friendly Umas (beach houses) will never be overcrowded.

Surf: The Mentawais is arguably the best place in the world to surf and the waves selection around Kandui are world class. It is in the area called ‘Playgrounds’ and has 20 plus waves surrounding the island, all accessible via the resorts speed boat.

More info here.


10. The Helios Beach Houses, Ericeira, Portugal

Set Up: Three bungalows on arguably Portugal’s most reliable surf beach Foz do Lizandro. The bungalows are just above the beautiful sandy beach looking out onto a stunning valley. If you want a quick break to Europe this is a peaceful paradise in one of Europe’s most beautiful surf towns. 

Surf: Foz do Lizandro suits all surf standards. In the winter with big swells it doesn’t work so well but from April to October it has some of the best beginner to advanced surf in Europe. And if you are very advanced and looking for fast barrelling surf then Coxos, one of Europes best waves, is just up the road. Ericeira is one of only 8 areas in the world to be given status as a World Surf Reserve due to its abundance of surf breaks, all within 10 kms of each other! 

More info here.


Thanks to Surfholidays.com for the images and information.



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Review by The Telegraph UK

12 October 2015
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The Atlantis hotel, Barbados: review

Tent Bay, St Joseph, Barbados.Show on map

The Atlantis, in the Caribbean, is a Barbados hotel offering colonial-chic decor, friendly service and renowned Bajan buffet lunches.

Expert Rating

Rooms from £120
The Atlantis, Barbados: hotel review

Rooms are elegant, understated and comfy

Destination expert

Fred Mawer lives with his family in Bath. His travels take him to the Caribbean every year, and he has been writing about the islands for the Daily Telegraph and other publications for more than 15 years.


Why go?

Dating from the 19th century, this historic seaside property on the undeveloped and beautiful east coast reopened a few years ago after being rebuilt and revamped with a stylish neo-colonial look.

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The hotel lies in the seaside hamlet of Tent Bay. Locals tend to fishing boats in various states of repair in the boatyard yards away. A seaside path takes you to the striking, sandy, surfers' beach at Bathsheba in the next bay in ten minutes. Bear in mind that it's very quiet out on the east coast, especially in the evenings. 




Think colonial chic, with white shutters, darkly polished pine floorboards, photos of Barbados of yesteryear, and yachting prints. Outside, there's a decent sized, kidney-shaped swimming pool. Both the restaurant and rooms are popular weekend boltholes with locals. 




Very willing. The hotel is owned and run in hands-on fashion by Andrew Warden, a friendly Aussie who also has the well-regarded Little Good Harbour and Fish Pot restaurant on the west coast. 




Ten in all - elegant, understated, comfy, some with four-poster beds. Several bedrooms look directly out to the ocean through French windows, with the bed aligned with the view, but note that as there are no curtains on the windows, in these rooms you are likely to wake up very early. While rooms in the main building are without a terrace or balcony, two large apartments in a next-door building have their own outdoor spaces, with rocking chairs. 


Food & drink 


The Atlantis has long been famous for its Bajan buffet lunches - and it's keeping the tradition going on Wednesdays and Sundays. Otherwise, there's a mix of appealing international and local dishes on offer, and prices are reasonable for Barbados. Lunchtimes attract day-trippers, and are generally much busier than evenings. 


Value for money 


Double rooms from £120, including breakfast. Accommodation this stylish would cost much more elsewhere on the island. Stay for five nights, and the fifth night is free. Free Wi-Fi is available. 


Access for guests with disabilities?




Family friendly?


Yes - though beaches on the island's other coasts are a lot more appealing to children. 


East Meets West Package featured by Blue Bay Travel

06 May 2015 . By Blue Bay Travel
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Barbados isn’t just what you see in the glossy leaflets. There’s a flourishing island underneath the media that’s filled with astonishing landscapes and hidden holiday gems. However, the search off the beaten track can sometimes feel a little daunting.

The good news is we’ve found the best way for you to enjoy the real Barbados, and it’s a neat little package known as East Meets West. In 7 glorious days you’ll see the highlights of the East Coast and the West Coast of Barbados. Here’s what this unique holiday involves:

•   4 Nights in a One Bedroom Garden Suite at Little Good Harbour
•   3 Nights in a Coastal or Ocean View Suite at The Atlantis Hotel
•   Daily Continental Breakfast
•   Dinner nightly at The Fish Pot at Little Good Harbour, one of the best restaurants on the Island
•   Dinner nightly at The Atlantis Hotel
•   3 Day Car Hire, so you can explore the island
•   Prosecco in-room on arrival at 1st hotel
•   Welcome drink on arrival at 2nd hotel

So, lets break down East Meets West to see why it’s our recommend gateway into the real Barbados.


Little Good Harbour and the West Coast

Little Good Harbour is the honest Barbados, set within a restored 17th century fort in the fishing village of Shermans. There’s a charm to Little Good Harbour that can’t quite be captured in words, but I’ll try regardless. It’s one of the few remaining family run hotels in Barbados, so the hospitality has a distinctly welcoming feel that eludes many modern holiday destinations. Most West Coast hotels are new, polished, commercialised Goliaths, and despite their generally excellent facilities it’s deeply refreshing to see a truly Bajan hotel that still delivers unprecedented excellence.

The all-suite format adopted by Little Good Harbour, coupled with the fabulous tropical garden view with glimpses of the ocean from your terrace (or balcony), creates genuinely peaceful island escapes. Fully equipped kitchens give you as much independence as you like, and four poster beds add a palatable touch of finesse in keeping with the hotel’s colonial origins. The East Meets West package serves up 4 nights in a One Bedroom Garden Suite, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the facilities and see the sights on the west coast.

While we’re on the subject, the west coast of Barbados is awash with trendy bars, exquisite restaurants and stylish boutiques carrying many of the world’s leading retail brands and luxury goods, so you can get a taste of the new Barbados alongside thetimeless charisma of Little Good Harbour.



The Fish Pot

Unlike most hotel restaurants, The Fish Pot at Little Good Harbour is famous in its own right. The Fish Pot built its reputation on an unyielding commitment to fresh food and local seasoning, with a special interest in seafood. The open-air seafront setting adds a tang of saltiness to the air that vouches for the promise of freshness, including speciality dishes such as Lobster ravioli, pan-fried Mahi Mahi, and oven-roasted Sea Bass. The views are spectacular, and the coral stone walls help to distil an unprecedented level of calmness. This quest for culinary supremacy has earned The Fish pot a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, and seen it named among USA Today’s 10 Best Barbados Restaurants.

The East Meets West package includes 4 Meals at the Fish Pot, one for each night of your stay. How many other hotels can serve up award-winning beachfront dining? Not many, take our word for it.



The Atlantis Hotel and the East Coast

The Atlantis Hotel is as boutique as it gets, with just 10 chic ocean-facing suites. This East Coast hotel, sister to Little Good Harbour, overlooks the powerful Atlantic Coast. Dating back to 1883, extensive refurbishments saw The Atlantis Hotel reborn in 2009 as a sequestered hideaway; a place where you can see Barbados from a new and dramatic perspective. The East Coast is distinctly different from the rest of island, distinguished by its rugged terrain and lush hillsides. Smaller, colourful villages like Tent Bay (home to The Atlantis Hotel) come framed by coconut trees and banana plantations. It’s a great place to explore, for the landscapes and local towns are full of opportunities.

Just imagine throwing open your bedroom shutters to the rugged Atlantic coastline or ocean waves, before slipping back into the luxury of your four poster bed and watching the Caribbean sunrise. The Atlantis Hotel knows how to create unpretentious luxury and empowering exclusivity, and your 3 nights in a Coastal orOcean View Suite will be spent enjoying the lay of the land and lounging in the pool  - or even surfing, if you’re the adventurous type.

The Atlantis Restaurant also has a bit of a reputation as the place to enjoy a Sunday lunch, with a wine list personally selected by the owner to ensure quality. Much like The Fish Pot, the chef takes great pride in using locally sourced seafood and meat. The East Meets West package treats you to dinner nightly at The Atlantis Restaurant, so you can end every day with a good meal and a fine beverage. Life doesn’t get any better.


Free 3 Day Car Hire

The free car hire included in East Meets West is a real gift. Barbados is remarkably easy (and safe) to get around, and the H2 highway makes the north, south, and west of the island very easy to access. The eastern side of the island is peppered with smaller, country roads renowned for their stunning exotic views. There are a number of quality road trips you could can keep in your arsenal:

•  See the beaches beyond Bridgetown: Foul BayBottoms Bay, and Crane Bay – the latter widely considered one of the best beaches in the Caribbean.

•   Go Speightstown, home to the Arlington House Museum and some classic Bajan architecture, and pass through the rolling sugar cane fields to reach St Nicholas Abbey, the island’s oldest plantation house.

•   Head east to Bathsheba and have your breath taken by the strange shapes of thesea-weathered rocks, and then head a little inland to the Andromeda Botanic Gardens.

Also, don’t be afraid by all the honking that goes on: car horns are often used as a way of saying “hello” or “thank you” to other drivers, so don’t sweat it.

Top tip: Want to get an idea of the routes around Barbados before you go? Check outthis super useful online road atlas created by Skyview.


Discover the real Barbados

If you want to get a true feel for Barbados then you should seriously consider the East Meets West package. You can make that dream Bajan adventure a reality, and you’ll see things from parts of the island that even the tourist guides scarcely know.

The real Barbados is within your grasp Holidaymakers, so make it happen.

New direct flight from Boston to Barbados

06 May 2015
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JetBlue Expands Caribbean Network by Adding New Seasonal Boston-Barbados Route


Seasonal Boston-Barbados service begins November 7, 2015


-- Introductory Fares on Sale Today Starting at $149 from Boston to Barbados One Way for TravelNovember 7, 2015 – April 30, 2016 --


BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS. May 1, 2015 -- JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU), the largest airline to the Caribbean, today announced its continued expansion in the region with seasonal weekly service from Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS) to Barbados’ Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI), which will launch November 7.


“Barbados has proven a customer favorite for our New York customers, and we’re happy to offer Boston customers the chance to experience the beauty and culture of Barbados,” said Robin Hayes, President and CEO of JetBlue.


Barbados’ Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy, welcomed the service as a critical part of the strategy to diversify the island’s tourism source markets.


“Boston is one of the most affluent states on the eastern seaboard of the United States and it presents an opportunity to diversify Barbados’ tourism business beyond the current US gateways.  We look forward to continued strong cooperative marketing efforts with our partners at JetBlue to ensure the success of this new service”.


As at April 2015, Barbados’ arrivals out of the USA were up by 27.4 per cent.


The weekly Boston-Barbados flight will complement JetBlue’s existing daily service from New York JFK to BGI, which was launched in 2009. The flight sale is scheduled to commence on May 1, subject to receipt of government operating authority, with an introductory fare of only US $149 one way for travel from November 7, 2015 until April 30, 2016. JetBlue Getaways will offer customers heading to Barbados the opportunity to bundle flights and hotels, as well as with their car rentals and other amenities and activities. Four-day, three-night packages will start at US $345 per person at Courtyard by Marriott.


JetBlue’s flights to Barbados will be operated on a 150-seat Airbus A320 and will offer the airline’s award-winning service featuring assigned and comfortable seating; free Fly-Fi, the fastest broadband internet in the sky; complimentary and unlimited name-brand snacks and non-alcoholic/soft drinks; free, live DIRECTV® programming and 100+ channels of SiriusXM® radio in every seatback; and the most legroom in coach (based on average fleet-wide seat pitch of U.S. airlines).




The Boston-Barbados flight is the fifth new Caribbean seasonal service launched from Boston in the last year following Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR); Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (POP); Saint Lucia (UVF); and Port-au-Prince, Haiti (PAP). JetBlue also recently announced it would offer its highly successful Mint experience between JFK to Barbados on Saturdays between November 7, 2015 and April 30, 2016, and daily between December 19, 2015 and January 4, 2016.



JetBlue’s Schedule between Boston and

Barbados on Saturdays as of November 5, 2015:



About JetBlue Airways

JetBlue is New York's Hometown Airline™, and a leading carrier in Boston, Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood, Los Angeles (Long Beach), Orlando, and San Juan. JetBlue carries more than 32 million customers a year to 88 cities in the U.S., Caribbean, and Latin America with an average of 825 daily flights. Upcoming destinations include: Reno-Tahoe, Nev. on May 28; Grenada on June 11, 2015 and Albany, N.Y. on December 10, 2015. For more information please visit JetBlue.com.



JetBlue Corporate Communications 
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(a)   Fare Restrictions:  Fare includes government taxes/fees and must be purchased by 5/5/15 (the earlier of 11:59 PM ET or local) for flights from Boston, MA (BOS) to Bridgetown, Barbados (BGI) on Saturday only between 11/7/15 and 12/12/15 (blackout date: 11/21/15) This fare is valid for Boston, MA originating (southbound) traffic only. BOS-BGI non-stop service available Saturday ONLY until April 2016. 14-day advance purchase required. Fare is subject to limited availability; may not be available on all days or all flights; may change without notice; must be purchased at time of reservation; and is one-way, nonstop (except as otherwise noted), nonrefundable and nontransferable.  Reservations made one week or more prior to a flight’s scheduled departure may be canceled without penalty up to 24 hours after the reservation is made. First checked bag is included (weight and size limits and exceptions for itineraries including flights marked or operated by other airlines apply).  Fares do not include fees for oversized/overweight/extra baggage or other fees for products/services sold separately.  To view baggage fees and other optional services and fees, click here. $25 fee per person applies to fares purchased by phone or at an airport or ticket office.  Cancellations/changes must be made prior to scheduled departure (otherwise all money for fare is forfeited); $150 change/cancel fee per person will apply, and for changes, there may be a fare adjustment.  Cancellations receive JetBlue travel credit, valid for one year.  Proper documentation required for boarding.  All deadlines based on EST. Other restrictions apply.


(b)   Price is per person, based on double occupancy, and includes hotel rates, hotel taxes, roundtrip airfare, and gov't taxes/fees applicable to airfare based on specified departure city. Price may vary for other departure cities. Price shown is sample price found 4/30/15 on JetBlue.com/getaways for travel departing BOS; is available on select dates: 11/9 - 11/12/2015 and 11/16-11/19/2015 and may not represent current savings. Package/price subject to availability; may change without notice; valid for new bookings only; capacity controlled; may not be available on all dates or with all flights; and may be restricted to certain hotel room categories. Package must be purchased at time of reservation and is nonrefundable and nontransferable. Changes/cancellations must be in accordance with JetBlue and hotel policies. JetBlue requires changes/cancellations to be made prior to scheduled departure, otherwise all money for package will be forfeited; $150 change/cancel fee per person applies. Hotel change/cancel policies and fees apply, vary by property, and may be more restrictive than the JetBlue policy. Call 1-800-JETBLUE, option 3 for the specific change/cancellation policies and fees that apply to a particular package. For changes, there may be an increase in package price. Valid cancellations are for Getaways credit only, valid for 1 year. Proper documentation required for boarding. Other restrictions apply.

About Barbados

The island of Barbados offers the most authentic Caribbean experience with its exceptionally rich culture and history rooted in remarkable landscapes.  Rated as one of the world’s sexiest beaches by Concierge.com and the Travel Channel; Barbados’ Crane Beach in St. Philip stands as a premier destination for travellers.  Barbados is also home to numerous internationally renowned chefs who masterfully put signature spins on local delicacies and traditions.


Barbados is an ideal stage for world-class events and in collaboration with American Express Publishing Corporation, Barbados hosted its first annual Barbados Food & Wine and Rum Festival in November 2010.  The country has also hosted numerous athletic championships, including the 2006 PGA World Golf Championships-Barbados World Cup, the ICC Cricket World Cup Finals in 2007, the Sentebale Charity Polo match with Prince Harry of Wales in 2010, the ICC Twenty20 Cricket Finals for 2010, and the inaugural BBC Top Gear Festival in 2014 at Bushy Park Circuit. Barbados hosted Classical Pops and the Race of Champions in December 2014. Accommodations range from picturesque plantation houses and villas, to quaint bed and breakfasts and award-winning, five-star resorts.


Grantley Adams International Airport offers even more non-stop and direct service from Toronto and Montreal via Air Canada and WestJet, making Barbados the true gateway to the Eastern Caribbean. 2014 marked the 65th anniversary of the nonstop service on Air Canada from Toronto to Barbados and on December 1st, 2014, the Boeing 777 was introduced on the route.


Three weekly direct flights to Barbados will operate during Winter 2014 – 2015 from Montreal. Barbados is home to five of the Top 25 Hotels in the Caribbean as voted by Trip Advisor’s ‘2014 Travelers’ Choice Awards.


The island of Barbados has recently announced its newest division of tourism affairs – the Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) and the Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BTPA). Built out of the original Barbados Tourism Authority (BTA), the new divisions will work to transform the current tourism landscape, focused on keeping the island top of mind in the dynamic and ever-changing tourism industry.


For more information on travel to Barbados, visit www.visitbarbados.org, follow on Facebook at www.facebook.com/VisitBarbados, via Twitter @Barbados, contact the Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) at 246-467-3600 or, download the FREE Barbados Official Guide App for iPhone and Android devices.

Guest Reviews

The Perfect Place To Get Windswept

This hotel is slightly off the beaten track but an ideal base for those who want to spend a few days in peace and quiet. Not much of a beach and swimming in the sea not advised unless of course you enjoy surfing, in which case you are in heaven! The hotel has its own pool and a lovely restaurant with stunning views of the Atlantic coast.

maxhill - United Kingdom