One of the leading all-inclusive resorts on the island of Saint Lucia is set to reopen to guests, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The St James’s Club Morgan Bay Saint Lucia, part of the Elite Island Resorts portfolio, is reopening on Oct. 1, the company confirmed.
The all-inclusive resort, set minutes from the island’s popular Rodney Bay Marina, is the latest Elite Island Resorts property to relaunch in the Caribbean.
The resort, long popular with families and couples, has a total of 325 guest rooms and suites.
That’s along with six dining concepts, five bars and lounges and even afternoon tea.
There’s also a strong waterspouts component, from kayaking and windsurfing to catamaran sailing and banana boat rides, among others.
It’s the latest Elite Island Resorts property to relaunch in the Caribbean, along with Antigua’s Hammock Cove, Galley Bay, St James’s Club and Pineapple Beach Club.
Another Elite Island Resorts property, Antigua’s Verandah, will open in early September, while the Club, Barbados is planning an Oct. 14 relaunch.
Saint Lucia is currently open for tourism; for more on the destination’s travel rules, see here.