Saint Lucia’s Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort Is Reopening

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One of the leading luxury hotels in Saint Lucia is reopening, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort, will officially welcome back guests in November, following what the property calls an “extensive” renovation project. 

The biggest changes include the addition of nine new rooms; an upgrade to the resort’s culinary outlets; a new beachside fitnesses facility and a new main pool area, among others. 

“We are excited to kickstart this multi-phase renovation journey that will bring a new and elevated luxury guest experience to our already celebrated Sugar Beach property,” said General Manager Mark Sterner. “Every aspect of the renovation has been thoughtfully designed to bring the best out of each space and provide a new level of service, privacy and hospitality to our valued guests. Those visiting in November can expect to see Sugar Beach completely revived and like they’ve never experienced before.”

The property’s signature pool will be completely renovated, with a multi-tiered, landscaped design that will include a “fleet of exclusive luxury cabanas” and a new poolside bar. 

The new rooms will include a mix of four one-bedroom beachfront bungalows right on the shoreline, along with five one-bedroom luxury cottages set higher up the mountain. 

Each unit will have a contemporary interior design and views of the gardens, Pitons and the beach. 

The new spa will be a transformation of Sugar Beach’s famous Rainforest Spa, with one new couples’ treehouse treatment room, bringing the total number of treatment rooms to 10. 

Saint Lucia is currently open for tourism. You can find more about how to visit here. 

For more, visit Sugar Beach. 

— CJ

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