Sugar Beach Resort St Lucia is stylish, with beautifully designed Caribbean influenced accommodation, merging seamlessly with the incredible setting…
Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort in St. Lucia is superbly located in the only white sand beach in the area, nestled between the majestic UNESCO World Heritage listed Pitons, on the magnificently tropical south-west coast of the island. Luxurious, with the setting adding to the sense of romance and escapism.
The international airport is 45 minutes’ drive, the small town of Soufriere 10 minutes.
Sugar Beach has a selection of 78 suites, villas and Residences. All are spacious, bright and beautifully furnished.
You have a choice of:
Luxury Guest rooms, which are located at the heart of the resort, closest to the main facilities and beachfront.
Elevated Luxury Villas with superb views overlooking the hillside and the bay below.
Luxury Beach Front Villas, and then a selection of superb two, three and four-bedroom Residences.
Each Luxury Room, Cottage, Villa or Beach Bungalow comes complete with its own pool and personalised butler service. Residences have larger swimming pools.
There are 22 Residences from one to four bedrooms including the incredible new Beachfront Collection.
Beachfront with imported sand blending with natural volcanic.
Several on-site restaurant optionsTennis court.
A range of non-motorised water-sports & Dive Centre.
Ten Tuk Tuks imported from Thailand to shuttle you around the resort.
A particular feature is the Rain Forest spa, tucked away into the forest.
Sugar Beach is stylish, with beautifully designed Caribbean influenced accommodation, merging seamlessly with the incredible setting. As would be expected, you do need to comfortable with nature and have chosen to enjoy the escapism of the location. The resort appeals to couples and families.
Sugar Beach was formerly known as Jalousie Plantation but in recent years has been totally enhanced and, in our view, now rates as one of the very best chic retreats in the area.
We can also arrange twin-centre combinations with hotels in the North of the island where we would particularly suggest The Landings.
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Sugar Beach Resort St Lucia – A Viceroy Resort
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