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New Sandals resort coming to St Lucia


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SANDALS RESORTS has announced plans for a new resort in St Lucia – the all-suite Sandals LaSource, St Lucia.

The property will include the island’s first rooftop infinity edge sky pool, offering views of the island’s beautiful north coast.

Located along Pigeon Island Beach next to Sandals Grande, Sandals LaSource will be the fourth Sandals Resorts property in St Lucia.

The resort, which breaks ground later this year, will introduce three new restaurant concepts to the brand, and will also be the first Sandals Resorts property to have continuous winding river pools surrounding every room block, all with unobstructed access to the main pool.

At a press conference held on June 17, Gordon “Butch” Stewart, founder and chairman of Sandals Resorts International, said: “St Lucia has been and continues to be an excellent destination for Sandals offering our guests beauty, tremendous facilities and attractions and truly friendly people. We are thrilled to continue our long tradition of investment here, adding even more reasons for holidaymakers to visit St Lucia.”

The Sandals Chairman was joined by Prime Minister of Saint Lucia Hon. Allen Chastanet; Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, the Hon. Dominic Fedee; and other senior Sandals officials. (SLGIS)


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