JUST STEPS AWAY FROM THE BEST AND MOST POPULAR ATTRACTIONS
Travellers come from all over the world to enjoy the pristine island of Barbados, famous for its natural beauty, historic sites, breathtaking beaches and countless things to do. Discover branded boutiques, local shops, vibrant restaurants and nightlife, museums, 18th Century landmarks and neighbouring beaches – all just moments away from you.
Accra Beach Hotel & Spa’s enviable address puts guests at the heart of it all.
Also known as Accra Beach, Rockley Beach is considered one of the most pristine beaches in Barbados.
Located right across from the hotel, Quayside Centre is a small mall with international restaurants, ice cream parlors, local crafts stores, a convenience store and beachwear from popular international brands like Quiksilver and Billabong.
St. Lawrence Gap
The St. Lawrence Gap is a famous nightspot known for its excellent restaurants and lively nightlife. A stroll through the gap reveals a variety of nightclubs, such as Reggae Lounge and Sugar Ultra Lounge.
Garrison Historic Area
Guests can easily drive or walk to the Garrison Historic Area, which is home to the largest collection of seventeenth century English iron guns in the world, the Barbados Museum and the George Washington House.
George Washington House
The George Washington House shows visitors what life was like in Barbados 250 years ago. It is also the place where George Washington stayed while in Barbados.
Oistins Fishing Village
Oistins is one of the hottest attractions in Barbados. The Friday night fish fries are a unique opportunity to try the best local food on the island, such as fried and grilled fish, fish cakes and macaroni pie. Don’t miss the music from the local island bands.
Sheraton Mall is the first and largest mall on the island, boasting over 120 stores, a food court and movie theater.
With a population of about 110,000, the capital city of Bridgetown is the largest metropolis on the island. This bustling city is one of the oldest in the Caribbean and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be sure to plan a day trip to experience Bridgetown’s unique history and culture.
The Barbados Museum houses an impressive collection of historic artifacts, including furniture from an eighteenth century plantation house and rare historical maps.
Located adjacent to the Grantley Adams International airport, the Barbados Concorde Experience offers visitors the chance to view a retired concord plane and learn about the history of this legendary supersonic aircraft.
Opened in 1745, Codrington College is the oldest seminary in the Western Hemisphere and was the first institution of higher learning for Barbados. The college has fallen into ruin, but lines of poetry inscribed near the swimming pool still survive.
The Fisherpond House
The Fisherpond House is a 350-year-old plantation home situated in the Barbadian countryside. It has been restored and filled with antiques.
Blackman’s Gully is located in the parish of St. Joseph on the east coast of Barbados. Blackmans is part of an island-wide series of gullies that provide a habitat to many animals, including the Green Monkey. It is home to the famous Blackman’s Bridge, which dates back to 1682.
Arlington House Museum
Both fun and educational for the whole family, the Arlington House is an interactive three-story museum housed within an eighteenth century building in the northern town of Speightstown.
The hotel does not offer airport shuttle service. The cost of a taxi one-way from the airport is approximately USD $30.00, this may vary based on the number of people and luggage.
Should you require a taxi during your stay with us, this can be arranged at the front desk.
In Barbados we drive on the left-hand side of the road and the majority of vehicles are “right-hand drive.” There are a number of ways to get around the island – hired car, taxis and buses – which are all very reliable.