Best Green Hotels: Allamanda Beach Hotel

Allamanda Beach Hotel  
Bridgetown, Barbados

The Parliament Buildings of Barbados is the third oldest Parliament in the entire Commonwealth, having been built in 1639. The architecture, culture, and natural history are reasons enough to visit. Bridgetown is the capital of Barbados and a good base of operation for exploring the island to snorkel, golf, cruise, and roam Harrison's Cave. Ocean park, one of the newest attractions on the island, lets you see the beauty of the underwater world of Barbados without getting wet.

Dining in Barbados is casual by day and more formal by night. The staple of the daily Bajan diet is flying fish; found as readily in sandwich shops as fine dining establishments, it's a must during your visit.

This hotel has a green procurement program, buying in bulk when possible.

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