Getting cabin fever and itching for a vacation? If you’re looking for a cheap, afforadable vacation – well, don’t keep reading, or you’ll soon be seething with envy.
Barradoro Entertainment brings us the world’s most expensive all-inclusive vacation package where you get a world tour of 7 cities in 7 days with exclusive dinners, parties, entertainment and adventures. You’ll start in Tokyo, then head to Shanghai, Abu Dhabi, Istanbul, London, New York, and wrap it all up in Los Angeles.
This week-long worldly excursion is going to cost you a pretty penny at £125,000. For those of you that are struggling to wrap your head around foreign currency, today’s exchange rate is showing approx £1 = $1.59. So, £125,000 = $198,750. That comes out to about £745, or almost $1,185 per hour.
Obviously, a trip of such grandeur is only available for a select few and is limited to 100 people. They are accepting memberships now through January 31st, 2011, so you better get your finances in order to meet this deadline.
BARRADORO ANNOUNCES WORLD’S MOST EXPENSIVE ‘PACKAGE’ HOLIDAY
For all those who associate package holidays with bland buffets, cringe-worthy entertainment and a Piña Colada by the pool, Barradoro, priced at £125,000 per person for a seven night trip is set to blast away any preconceptions about the all-inclusive.
Featuring a round the world trip taking in 7 Cities in 7 Days, Barradorois the world’s most extensive and expensive ‘all inclusive’ holiday. Instead of coach transfers, buffets, and Phil the magician, Barradoro supplies guests with luxury limos, vintage Champagne, Michelin starred chefs and some of the biggest names in Rock and Pop music.
Throughout their trip, guests will fly on their own private jet and visit worldwide renowned party and cultural hotspots from Tokyo and Shanghai to Istanbul and Los Angeles, attending star studded events and being wined and dined in some of the world’s most exclusive venues.
Working out at £750 per hour and only available to 100 people, Barradoro guarantees a trip of a lifetime and is definitely not a package holiday, nor is it available at your local travel agent. With luxury and privacy as key, this niche trip is only available to members. Entrance and membership is based on who you are rather than who you know, and every member has to go through an intensive admission process. Each applicant attends one-to-one interviews with the founder, as well as undergoing visa, credit and criminal record checks.
The trip starts in Tokyo with guests attending an exclusive launch party at the foot of Mount Fuji before jetting off to feast on a gourmet banquet in the bright lights of Shanghai. Here, guests will be treated to world class entertainment on the waterfront of Shanghai’s Huangpu River.
Abu Dhabi is the next stop, boasting culture and cosmopolitan luxury and hosting a spectacular line up of musical performances to make any music lover jealous! Continuing onto Istanbul, energy and spirits are kept high with a clever twist of ancient and modern arts amongst the stylish nightlife scene of one of the world’s most exciting cities.
Next, a stop in the founder’s home town of London promises an insight into the world’s coolest city. Focusing on innovative music and fashion trends, the London event will be held in the iconic venue of Battersea Power Station. This amazing display of fashion, rock and performance will definitely get the nation talking!
After a well needed rest on the cross-Atlantic flight, guests disembark in New York, where they will attend a star-studded Ball celebrating Americas Big Apple for its diversity of culture, glamour and attitude at a secret location.
The journey of a lifetime makes its final stop in Los Angeles for the ultimate grand finale to conclude this luxurious trip. With A-list talent, live performances and a firework display like no other, LA will provide the perfect backdrop to the Barradoro goodbye party.
January 31st 2011 is the deadline for the last Barradoro’s application submission. To apply, please visit www.barradoro.com and download the member application form.