Why book this hotel?
Meal & Beverage plans
This hotel does not included meals unless purchased the optional Breakfast plan
Optional Breakfast Plan:
- Full daily buffet breakfast includes; eggs, omelets cooked to order, bacon, sausage, ham, waffles, baked beans, hash brown potatoes, cold and hot
cereals, pastries, toast, fresh fruit salad, juice, coffee (excludes specialty coffees) and tea.
- Wi-fi Is included throughout resort
- Weekly entertainment including Managers Rum Punch Party and Moonlight Movies on the Beach
- Complimentary hospitality suite
- Complimentary beach and pool lounges
Celebrate Earth Day Everyday
Coconut Court is the proud recipient of a Gold award from the Travelife Foundation its sustainability practices. In order to reduce our impact on the environment, guests are encouraged to:
- Keep windows and doors closed when using the Air Conditioning Unit
- Switch OFF the A/C unit before leaving the room
- Do not change remote control settings - Power ON and Power OFF only
- Switch OFF lights, ceiling fan, and TV before leaving the room
- Towel on rack means I'll use it again
- Towel on the floor means please exchange
- Turn off taps when brushing your teeth or shaving
- Turn off taps when lathering in the shower
- Please report a leaking tap, shower or toilet to the Front Desk
- Do not use the toilet as trash receptacle
- Please recycle plastic, glass, cardboard an tin
- Keep Barbados beautiful - do not litter
- Please use ashtrays for cigarette butts
- Say no thanks to a plastic straw in your favourite drink or cocktail
- Switch OFF balcony lights - they disorient turtle hatchlings
- Report sightings of nesting turtles to the Front Desk/security
- Report sightings of turtle hatchlings to Front Desk/security
- Report suspicious or poaching activities to Front Desk/security
- Do not take flash photos of nesting turtles
- Do not place hatchlings directly into the ocean
Hawksbill Marine Conservation Efforts
The months July through November are traditional nesting months for the Hawksbill sea turtle. The stretch of beach from Coconut Court Beach Hotel and Needham's Point provides nesting habitat for over 300 critically Endangered Hawksbill turtles.
Each turtle that nests on this beach makes 3 to 5 nests per nesting season. Although many are taggeed and their nests recorded, there is no information on where these females reside offshore during each of their 14 day inter nesting intervals.
The Barbados Sea Turtle Project at the University of the West Indies, with funding from the Tourism Development Corporation, deploys GPS equipment on sea turtles periodically between June and October, in order to define the marine habitats used by these turtles and the routes they use to and from the beach. The equipment is small and lightweight and is deployed only for a short period of time on each animal; trained BSTP personnel will retrieve it on the next occasion that the female returns to the nest.
In order to deploy the equipment, the animal will be allowed to nest and then gently restrained using high sided, open topped wooden closure. The transmitter will be fixed to the shell of the animal, using a method that is painless and harmless, and the animal is released. Deployments will occur within the vicinity of Coconut Court Beach Hotel and we thank you in advance for your cooperation in the conservation of this important turtle population.
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