BTMI “Feels Like Summer” Campaign Lives On

This campaign invites travelers to experience the beauty and warmth of Barbados while enjoying exclusive digital credits of up to BBD$400 (USD$200).

The booking window now closes March 22, 2024, with registration for the digital credits opening extended through March 31, 2024.

How the Campaign Works

The campaign’s travel window spans from April 16 to September 30, 2024, providing ample time for visitors to soak in the sun-drenched landscapes of Barbados. Note that blackout dates apply from June 4 to 30 and July 29 to August 11.

To qualify for the “Feels like Summer” promotion, travelers must meet the following criteria:

Must be 18 years or older.

Hold a valid reservation at a participating property.

Be staying at a participating property for a minimum stay of 7 nights.

The Summer Offer

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Approved travelers meeting the promotion requirements will be eligible to receive summer digital credits:

11+ Nights: Up to BBD$400 (USD$200)

7-10 Nights: Up to BBD$300 (USD$150)

These digital credits can be redeemed exclusively through the BookBarbados Trip Planner at participating Experiences, Shopping, and Food Establishments. The credits will be issued in denominations of up to BBD$100 each, with each approved traveler entitled to claim one digital credit per participating business. Please note that no refunds or cash equivalents will be provided.

About Barbados

The island of Barbados is a Caribbean gem rich in cultural, heritage, sporting, culinary and eco experiences. It is surrounded by idyllic white sand beaches and is the only coral island in the Caribbean. With over 400 restaurants and eateries, Barbados is the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean. The island is also known as the birthplace of rum, commercially producing and bottling the finest blends since the 1700s. In fact, many can experience the island’s historic rums at the annual Barbados Food and Rum Festival. The island also hosts events like the annual Crop Over Festival, where A-lists celebrities like our very own Rihanna are often spotted, and the annual Run Barbados Marathon, the largest marathon in the Caribbean. As the motorsport island, it is home to the leading circuit-racing facility in the English-speaking Caribbean. Known as a sustainable destination, Barbados was named one of the world’s Top Nature Destinations in 2022 by the Traveler’s Choice Awards’ and in 2023 won the Green Destinations Story Award for Environment and Climate in 2021, the island won seven Travvy awards. Accommodations on the island are wide and varied, ranging from picturesque private villas to quaint boutique hotels, cozy Airbnbs, prestigious international chains and award-winning five-diamond resorts. Travelling to this paradise is a breeze as the Grantley Adams International Airport offers a variety non-stop and direct services from growing U.S, U.K., Canadian, Caribbean, European, and Latin American gateways. Arriving by ship is also easy as Barbados is a marquee port with calls from the world’s best cruise and luxury liners. So, it’s about time that you Visit Barbados and experience all that this 166-square-mile isle has to offer.

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Linda Hohnholz