Of all the Caribbean islands, Barbados has the most cosmopolitan feel. Referred to as "The Little England of the Caribbean," it is a charming tropical island rich in history and tradition.
Sandy Lane -- From the moment its first guests were welcomed in 1961, Sandy Lane has been considered the premier address in the Caribbean, preferred by royalty, movie stars and many of the business world's most discriminating personalities. It consists of 112 spacious suite accommodations with living room-style verandahs, a 30,000-square-foot spa, 9-court tennis complex, fresh-water pool, 27 holes of golf on two courses.
Sightseeing in Bridgetown (the capital city): the house where George Washington stayed, Trafalgar Square, duty-free shops, restaurants, an amusement and gambling arcade, nightclubs with live music, restored plantation homes, natural attractions (wildlife reserve, a mahogany forest, home to rare green monkeys), a 50-acre flower forest and botanical gardens.
Diving and snorkeling is not the best in the Caribbean.