Posts By: Carolyn O'Dell

Great Value Dining Promotions

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  Two exciting dine around promotions are available in Barbados giving you the opportunity to dine at many excellent restaurants around the island at greatly reduced prices. Sample their mouth watering dishes while also receiving special benefits, even prizes! Restaurants participating in the Re-Discover Barbados promotion offer a special 3-course menu for Bds$99 / US$50… Read more »

Airport Kiosks at Barbados Immigration

Our Minister of Home Affairs, Edmund Hinkson, has just announced that effective September 1st there will be full transition to the use of 48 immigration kiosks at the Grantley Adams International airport, making the tedious and sometimes confusing two part paper forms a thing of the past. Over the last year a kiosk system has… Read more »

NEW Shared Economy Levy Policy

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On March 20th 2019 The Minister of Finance, Economic Affairs and Investment presented the Budgetary Proposals and Financial Statement. A Policy Note was subsequently issued indicating that the effective April 1, 2019 the supply of Villa accommodation was exempt from the Value Added Tax, therefore persons who supply Villa accommodation were not required to register… Read more »

Cabaret, Comedy & A Capella at Cobblers Cove Hotel

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  Don’t miss this Cobblers Cove Live event with Cabaret, Comedy & A Capella performances by Din & Tonics, Melinda Hughes and James McConnel and Kit and McConnel between March 20th and 30th 2019.  Enjoy the shows only or include the after show 3 course dinner.

New Royal Westmoreland Beach Club, Mullins Beach

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The Royal Westmoreland Golf Resort launches the exclusive Royal Westmorland Beach club located on Mullins Beach. The Beach Club offers a private sanctuary above the golden sands to its owners, members and registered houseguests.

New Airline Travel & Tourism Development Fee

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Effective October 1st 2018, a Travel and Tourism Development Fee (ATTDF) will be charged on passengers departing Barbados. This fee will be levied in addition to the Departure Tax, which is currently charged at the rate of US$27.50 per passenger and is built into the cost of the airline ticket. Passengers flying outside of CARICOM (Caribbean Community) will pay… Read more »