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Just Back From: LDPR’s Newest Client – Marigot Bay Resort & Marina in Saint Lucia

LDPR is thrilled to announce our newest client, Marigot Bay Resort and Marina. Located in Saint Lucia’s Marigot Bay, guests are immersed in wellness, farm to fork culinary experiences, and plenty of opportunities to explore Saint Lucia’s natural playground. For the ultimate island immersion, the resort, which recently underwent an extensive multi-million-dollar renovation, features 124 guest rooms that includes 57 suites with spacious balconies, extensive views of the bay or lush tropical gardens, and most with private hot tubs.  LDPR’s Laura Davidson, Sara Geen Hill, Hallie Rosenbloom and Claire Skinner had the chance to escape the New York City chill to experience this fabulous resort firsthand. Check out their trip report:

From the moment our team arrived in Saint Lucia, we were greeted with warm smiles, friendly faces, cooling towels and fresh ginger cookies all before making our way to Marigot Bay Resort & MarinaWe immediately knew this would be the start of a memorable stay in Saint Lucia. As we pulled up to Marigot Bay Resort and Marina, we knew we were in for a treat! The staff immediately addressed us by name, as if they had been friends with us for years and we were treated with ginger tea and lemongrass towels. Our luggage made its way to each of our rooms while we were given a tour of this amazing property situated right outside the marina. Each room at Marigot Bay Resort & Marina has verandas, which gave us the opportunity to take in beautiful sunrises and soak up the tropical air around us.


Views from paradise.

How many spas have a treehouse? The Auriga Spa is a wellness sanctuary inspired by the island’s natural environment. Treatments we experienced used pure sulfur minerals from Saint Lucia’s volcano or rose crystals for an exclusive facial.

Enjoying fresh coconuts by the marina.

Sunset sails around the island.

LDPR is making waves in Saint Lucia!

Whether it was fresh coconut served by the pool or a sweet hand-written note at turndown, there was always a little touch to put a smile on our faces.

Each bite was memorable and fresh, local ingredients are the key to the culinary program at Marigot Bay and it shows! Head chef, Billy Boyle will even take guests to the Saturday farmer’s market to source ingredients. The Rum Cave was a highlight for the team, where we tasted and were educated on St. Lucian rums and had bites of delicious rum truffles.

Until next time St. Lucia.

Until next time Saint Lucia.

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