Barbados Pocket Guide

Luxury Vacations

Couple Relaxing at a Hotel on the West Coast, Barbados Pocket Guide

Luxury Vacations

Barbados is a small island in the Caribbean which is blessed with reasonably stable weather all year round, balanced with the showers. Due to its stable governance, commercial spread and easy landscape, it has become a very attractive destination for people from all over the world and from all walks of life.

 

Living accommodation on the island caters to all. If expense is not an issue and high-end quality is being sought after, The Sandy Lane Hotel on the west coast of the island is a viable option. This is a 5-star property where the provision of quality service is paramount. Its doors have been open to international politicians and movie stars alike and it boasts its own spa, golf courses and fine dining restaurants. Other options include Royal Westmoreland (also on the west coast), The Crane on the east and the Hilton Barbados which is more central. Apart from these, there are a number of fully-furnished luxury villas and homes which can be rented for extended periods and come equipped with butler, chef and maid service.

 

In terms of entertainment, boats can be hired for special events or if you are desirous you can charter a boat and sail down to the islands. Private catamaran cruises (drinks and meals included) can be explored and organized on request. Better yet, if you possess a personal speed boat or yacht, you can sail into Barbados so long as the relevant permissions have been granted.

 

Dining out at some of the island's finest restaurants will add to the overall experience. Names such as Champers, Josefs, Daphnes' and Pisces offer a fanastic range of delicacies prepared to perfection. Private dining areas are also available on request.

 

If a luxurious, exquisite vacation is being considered, include Barbados as a prime prospect.

 

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Last modified on Thursday, 09 February 2012 20:33

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