The Girls Getaway is a pipedream for some, and at its worst, conjures Spring Break-esque images of shiny beads, gaudy feather boas and cheap tiaras. For those who prefer more style and class to their girls’ getaway, Hilton Barbados has debuted a luxurious special offer.
For the woman who celebrates all her life’s milestones with elegance and style—be it an engagement, birthday or, for some, even divorce—Hilton Barbados Resort is elevating the occasion with posh special offers to pamper her and her guests like they deserve. Plus, women who book between now and Sept. 30 for stays through Dec. 14, 2014, are treated with special room rates starting at US$179, and up to $400 in free spending money from the Barbados Tourism Authority to celebrate in the lap of luxury.
An opulent departure from your typical girls’ getaway, Hilton Barbados Resort is welcoming women to lavish activities throughout their stay, including a first-class retreat in the Prime Minister’s suite. The retreat includes welcome mimosas followed by a gourmet brunch, a choice between a manicure, pedicure, neck or back massage, and then afternoon cocktails with hors d’oeuvres on the balcony overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Other gal pal bonding activities include a “Fancy Dress Up Dinner” hosted by the resort’s chef at the Grille Restaurant, a poolside tea party, cocktails at the on-site historic Charles Fort and more.
Ladies will also be rewarded with up to $400 in spending money per room: $150 per person when staying at least five nights and $200 per person for seven nights, based on double occupancy. This special offer from the Barbados Tourism Authority can be used for attractions and activities such as the Calabaza Sailing Cruises or the idyllic Orchid World, as well as the Aerial Trek Zipline Adventure and more.
For room reservations, visit hiltonbarbadosresort.com/free-spending-money. For further information or to book one of the enticing ladies’ programs, email email@example.com or call +1 246 434 5720. Offers and activities are subject to availability and advance reservations are required.