“This overdue hotel boom adds much-needed inventory to meet the demands of our key source markets” said Louis Lewis, Director Tourism. Lewis reported that the U.S., the island’s leading market with more than 44%% of arrivals in 2015, realized a 7% growth in visitors compared to 2014.
Harbor Club on the Rodney Bay Marina
Currently under construction, this 115 room four-star accommodations will offer a number of amenities which include two restaurants, lounges, a full-service spa, gym, pool recreational concept and 4,000 square feet of meeting and conference space.
Adjacent to the Harbor Club is the recently completed Dive St Lucia, one of the premier scuba diving centers in the Eastern Caribbean featuring state of the art facilities at the complex just south of the Rodney Bay Marina.
Rex resorts has re-opened the 110 room Papillon Hotel after completing extensive renovations as an all-inclusive four-star property in February 2016 with Air Canada Vacations as the exclusive tour operator out of Canada.
The Papillon Hotel is located adjacent to the St Lucian and Royal by rex resorts hotels on Reduit Beach near Rodney Bay.
Royalton Luxury Resorts
In the Fall of 2016 Royalton Luxury Resorts will introduce the upscale Royalton St Lucia near Cap Estate. The elegant resort will offer 361 luxurious rooms, eight restaurants and six bars, world class spa, onsite splash park, conference space and an exclusive 94-suite, adults-only hotel within a resort called Hideaway.
St Lucia was recognized as “Best Honeymoon Island in the World,” one of the “Top 20 Islands in the World,” and one of the “Most Romantic Islands in the World” by the Condé Nast Traveler 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards.
Six of the island’s resorts were also distinguished as “Top 40 Resorts in the Caribbean” by Condé Nast Traveler readers.
For more information about the island of St Lucia visit http://stlucianow.com/