Location: Seawell, Barbados Currency: BBD Bds$ Barbados Dollar
A list of currency exchange, ATMs and banks' branches in Seawell Grantley Adams Airport (BGI). See locations, phone numbers, working hours and services.
ATMs / Cash Machines
ATMs inside Seawell Grantley Adams Airport
– throughout the departures terminal in the public area
– after the security checkpoint in the retail shopping mall
Inter-American Development Bank (5 miles from airport)
Welches Rd, Oistins, Barbados
Phone: +1 246-627-8500
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30AM–5:30PM / Saturday-Sunday Closed
– Departures Lounge
– Arrivals Terminal
Seawell Grantley Adams Airport (BGI) Currency Exchange Rate
Here's the estimated foreign currency exchange rates at Seawell Airport for June 4, 2023. Just enter the amount you want to convert and the from/to currency. The official currency for Seawell is BBD Bds$ Barbados Dollar. These live exchange rates are updated daily but only gives you an estimate rate that may be different at the airport. We are not associated with Seawell Airport or any currency exchange services.
Seawell Grantley Adams Airport (BGI) Lounge Access for Credit Cards & Banks
If you're a credit card or bank holder with lounge access you may have access to the following lounges at Seawell Airport. You can also access most of these lounges with a Priority Pass membership.
|Lounge Name||Location/Terminal||Opening Hours|
|Virgin Holidays Departure Beach||Browne's Beach (Outside Security)||Daily First Departure - Last Departure|
|IAM Jet Centre||Separate Building (Outside Security)||Daily 5am-8pm|
|Airlines Executive Lounge||Terminal 1||Daily 11:30am-8:30pm|
|Club Caribbean||Terminal 1 (Outside Security)||Daily 7am-7pm|
About Seawell Grantley Adams Airport (BGI)
Seawell Grantley Adams Airport (BGI) is an international airport located in Seawell, Christ Church, Barbados. It’s located about 8 miles (12.9 km) from the centre of the capital city Bridgetown, in an area officially known as Seawell. The airport is named in honour of the first Premier of Barbados, Sir Grantley Herbert Adams. It is equipped with one runway and two terminal buildings designed to appear as one single continuous structure. It first opened in September 1938. It’s the hub for LIAT.
Phone: +1 246-536-1302