A roof top infinity edge sky pool will be among the features of Sandals Resorts new property in St Lucia.
Sandals LaSource St. Lucia will be the all-inclusive company’s fourth property on the island expanding its ‘Stay at One, Play at Four’ resort exchange initiative.
Located along Pigeon Island Beach and next to Sandals Grande St. Lucian, the new resort will have continuous winding river pools surrounding every room block, all with unobstructed access to the main swimming pool.
Construction work is due to start later this year but an opening date has yet to be confirmed.
Sandals LaSource St. Lucia will feature the destination’s first roof top infinity edge sky pool and Jacuzzi, plus two additional pools, including one 9,000 square foot in size.
A curved glass-fronted infinity edge pool will include a swim-up bar, leading to a land-side bar and a sunken fire pit lounge area.
A new entertainment facility will incorporate a four-lane bowling alley, games room and bar.
An American-inspired Tavern, Greek restaurant and noodle shop are being introduced to the new property as part of its ten restaurants.
However, guests will have a choice of 37 dining options on the island through the exchange scheme.
Other amenities include a spa, wedding lounge, beauty salon and departure lounge with lockers and showers.
Sandals Resorts International founder and chairman Gordon “Butch” Stewart said: “We continue to be the innovation leader and the designs we reveal today are proof of that.
“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.”
He added: “Although we’ll continue to stage elaborate productions, we’re realising that more and more our guests appreciate entertainment options that are available on their schedule, impromptu and often with other guests and friends they may be travelling with.
“The immediate popularity of our fire pits was the impetus of our creating places for guests to lounge and linger in settings that were comfortable and always available.”
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