Coconut Court Beach Hotel includes free roundtrip airport transfers for all of our guests. Please provide us with your flight details at time of booking. If you have any questions regarding this service then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Barbados has one airport, Grantley Adams International, located approximately 20 minutes from Coconut Court Beach Hotel. All visitors to the island must have onward or return tickets to their country of residence or origin and a valid passport.
Barbados Entry Requirements – Cruise Ship Passengers
Visas are not required for passengers on cruise ships with the exception of citizens of the C.I.S., Eastern European countries, People’s Republic of China, Taiwan, South Africa and Korea.
BARBADOS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS – VISITORS
All visitors to Barbados (including North American citizens) require a valid passport to gain entry to the island plus a valid return airline ticket or other means of travel. It is important for people visiting Barbados to have the right documents, otherwise prevention of entry into the country may occur.
Visitors from the UK, USA, Canada, Nationals of CARICOM member states plus some Commonwealth countries do not require a Barbados visa and may be admitted for a period not exceeding 3 months. Please note that Barbados has a strict law prohibiting any camouflage material entering the country. For example rucksacks, any items of clothing etc. Any material will be confiscated and returned at departure.
Directions from the airport
When you exit the Airport, take the A.B.C Highway until the fourth roundabout (approximately 8 miles), named the Errol Barrow roundabout. Take the left exit at the Errol Barrow roundabout and continue to the Ship Inn roundabout. Take the right exit onto Highway 7 and follow the road (straight and runs parallel to the sea) for approximately 3 miles. You will go straight through the stop lights at the Shell gas station, you will pass Chefette restaurant, and KFC before reaching the hotel. We are located on the left or seaside of the road and the hotel buildings are pale green in colour. If you pass the horse race track (the Garrison Savannah) on the right side of the road – you know that you have gone too far.