Barbados is the place to be. A favourite holiday destination for the rich and famous.
A holiday here offers luxury, sophistication and relaxation, the Barbadian way.
Imagine bright blue skies, beautiful scenery and white sand beaches alongside award-winning restaurants and exceptional hotels. It is the most easterly island in the Caribbean and is approx 20 miles long and 15 miles wide.
Beautifully situated along stunning beaches on the world-renowned platinum west coast of Barbados, Elegant Hotels offer a collection of luxury hotels, each offering its own unique style and range of luxury options for family, romance, activities and culinary experiences.
Colony Club, an AAA 4 diamond hotel, stands among the most iconic resorts on the west coast in a prime location, just two minutes from Holetown. The restored former Colonial Club offers 96 beautifully designed guest rooms set in 6 acres of luscious gardens, offering unique recreational options, boutique shops and restaurants that are among the best in Barbados.
Tamarind is set along a prime 750-foot stretch of serene beach on the west coast. This vibrant, luxury hotel is a Caribbean refuge for couples, families, reunions and retreats. Grown-up relaxation and youthful energy co-exist in harmony here as children have their own unforgettable adventures with plenty to discover for all age groups.
The House, an adults only resort on the west coast, is unique among Caribbean destinations. If you could have your own beach house in Barbados, this is how you’d want it to be! Offering just 34 rooms, The House is a chic, tranquil retreat where adults can unwind and reconnect in a setting of understated elegance. Luxuries include complimentary jet lag revival massage on arrival plus complimentary daily champagne breakfast, afternoon tea and canapés at sundown.
Elegant Hotels can also make dinner reservations for guests at the acclaimed Daphne’s restaurant, ranked among the top 10 Most Popular Restaurants by the Best of Barbados Zagat Guide.
Whether it’s your first visit to Barbados, or you’re a repeat traveller with the tan lines to prove it, why not experience the many elegant delights for which these hotels are really known.
December to April is the best time to travel. Hurricane season is June – November, but Barbados often escapes the storms due to its easterly location (most of the significant storms tend to happen August – October).
You can fly direct from London and Manchester.
Contact Embarque Travel on 01759 301613 for more information and make your dreams a reality.