Delta Vacations Adds New Hotel, Resort Options in Barbados

barbadosBuilding on Delta's service to Barbados, Delta Vacations, the official vacation provider for Delta, is supplementing its product line-up in Barbados with the addition of four new properties that are available now for booking.
 
“These exciting additions range from family-friendly to adults-only luxury and, along with Delta’s twice-weekly service from both (John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York) and Atlanta, give travel agents and their clients even more choices and more flexibility when planning vacations in Barbados,” said MLT Vacations President John Caldwell in a written release.

Delta Vacations’ new properties in Barbados are The House Barbados, Ocean Two Resort and Residences, Accra Beach Hotel & Spa and the Courtyard by Marriott, Bridgetown.

These properties are in addition to Delta Vacations’ existing program in Barbados, which launched last year and includes Sandals Barbados; The Crane Resort; The Fairmont Royal Pavilion; Hilton Barbados Resort; Bougainvillea Beach Resort; Turtle Beach Resort and the Coconut Court Beach Resort.
 
Along with destination weddings at Sandals Barbados, Delta Vacations offers shared and private transfers, and a selection of commissionable tours in Barbados. These memorable activities are easily bundled with air and hotel, and include the renowned Atlantis submarine tour and a catamaran adventure.
 
A coast-to-coast guided tour of the island is also available that explores such important Barbados sites as Cherry Tree Hill, Bathsheba, St. Joseph, St. John's Church and the Sunbury Plantation House.
 
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