TORONTO — Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort in Saint Lucia has debuted a stunning new look following a multi-million-dollar renovation.
The Mediterranean-style, 65-acre property situated in the glamourous hills of Saint Lucia’s Labrelotte Bay, features newly updated luxury estate villas, new Ocean Point Residences, a refreshed lobby, a new culinary program as well as updated accommodations.
Blending nautical and coastal elements, the resort’s US$12 million transformation pays homage to its origins, bringing a focus back to the serenity and high standard of service the resort has been known for since opening in 1989.
“For over 30 years, St. Lucia’s Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort has attracted visitors from around the globe seeking a one-of-a-kind experience. Our high-touch service and Mediterranean meets Caribbean ambiance provide travellers with the best of both worlds,” said Nick Prattas, Managing Director of Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort.
“Demand for private villa accommodations has almost doubled since the start of the pandemic, and now, with the resurgence of travel, we want to ensure our guests are met with a thoughtful approach to coastal living, serving up the very best from service to style for a trip to remember,” he added.
Here are some highlights of the refresh:
- The Lobby: The lobby has been outfitted with elegant chandeliers, contemporary furniture, marble floors, a new reception area, an ambassadors lounge and a coffee bar by day/wine bar by night concept.
The Manor Collection: The resort’s newly revitalized luxury estate villas feature sweeping sea views and in-ground pools. Among the collection is ‘The Presidential Manor,’ slated to debut later this year as the largest villa on site, spanning over 4,000 sq. ft. and featuring a 45’x20’ pool, driveway and adjunct living space.
Ocean Point Residences: These newly-built residences feature a mix of luxury two- and three-bedroom beachfront villas. Each villa boasts multiple outdoor terraces, a private infinity pool, fully-equipped kitchens, smart technology and more. A new Ocean Point Club House has also been designed as an exclusive lounge for Residence guests, with a dedicate concierge desk and private check-in area.
Culinary program: Led by Culinary Director Aurelien Duarte and Executive Chef Sebastian Francis, the new program features chic upgrades to design elements and refreshed menus for Papa Don’s, Jammers, Upper Dec and now Masala at Embers, an authentic Indian eatery led by Chef Vikrham Singh. Upper Deck will soon debut a wine lounge, Jammers restaurant now features fire pits and coastal furniture, while signature restaurant Dragonfly includes a new rooftop bar and lounge called ‘The Perch by Dragonfly.’
The Spa: The resort’s renowned spa has a new moniker – Serene Wellness& Spa. This year, the spa will unveil the island’s first med-spa featuring treatments that focus on anti-aging and rejuvenation.
For more information go to www.windjammer-landing.com.