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What’s New at Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France For This Season

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - September 24, 2016

The Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France in St Barth is set to reopen its doors for the season Oct. 15, with a host of new changes to unveil.

The updates at the Flamands Beach standout include a major facelift at the La Cabane de l’Isle beach restaurant, from new lattice walls to Charles Zana-designed furniture and a new outdoor lounge area.

The hotel’s Guerlain spa (the only one in the Caribbean) is introducing several new treatments, including a menu of smaller 30-minute treatments that include facials, body massages and manicures or pedicures (and a special jetlag treatment program).

And then there’s the hotel’s new shopping experience, which includes a private mini moke and a customized shopping map.

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It doesn’t get more St Barth than your own Mini Moke.

And if you’re heading to St Barth for Halloween, make sure you check out Veuve Cliquot’s “Yelloween,” a haunted musical soiree that pays homage to the emponymous Widow Cliquot.

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