Luxury Barbados holidays inspired by celebrities

David James
ITC Luxury Travel

As the summer season approaches, you will start hearing whispers of the exotic destinations which well-known celebrities are choosing for their holidays around the world. One such destination which is on every A-listers wish list is Barbados; an island all luxury travellers should experience at least once.

Over the years, many have been attracted to the Caribbean island, from Simon Cowell to Rihanna, Britain’s 2012 Olympic gold winning medallist, Anthony Joshua, and many Royals.

A tropical paradise that basks in a hot climate boasting sandy beaches and sparkling blue water, not to mention a unique culture throughout that you won’t find anywhere else, it’s clear to see why this is such a popular attraction for so many visitors.

Barbados holidays aren’t only ideal for those wishing to have the most luxurious time, but also for those who have a passion for watersports too. The likes of kayaking, sailing, snorkelling and windsurfing will keep you busy, whilst it also makes for the perfect getaway for couples looking for romance and relaxation.

If a stay on Barbados sounds appealing to you, then The House by Elegant Hotels is a spot that should definitely be considered, with former celebrity guests praising its facilities as well as the dining quality throughout their stay. An adult-only resort on the west coast of the island, you’ll be spoilt by the deluxe amenities. Make sure dinner at the acclaimed, beach-front restaurant Daphne’s is on your ‘must-do’ list.

Another Barbados landmark favoured by the A-list crowd is Sandy Lane. Its guest list over the years has demonstrated its allure as a sanctuary for the elite: TS Eliot, Maria Callas, Frank Sinatra, Vivienne Leigh, Elton John and the Queen have all stayed there.

Wherever you choose to stay on Barbados, here at ITC Luxury Travel we’ll ensure your holiday is a very special one…with all the added extras you’d expect from a luxury tour operator.

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