Located alongside St. Lucia’s coveted Marigot Bay, Marigot Bay Resort and Marina is a luxury getaway inviting jetsetters to experience 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. Perched atop the hillside, the expansive (3,200 square foot) three-bedroom Penthouse Suites offer high-beamed ceilings and fully-equipped kitchens. Setting the experience apart from other luxury resorts, Marigot Bay Resort provides guests with their own Personal Assistants to share suggestions and arrange personalized activities before they have even set foot on the property.
The hotel spa is a wellness sanctuary inspired by the island’s natural environment. Situated on the shoreline nestled between lush, tropical foliage, this indoor/outdoor refuge is an oasis of relaxation and rejuvenation. The spa is dedicated to providing guests with the most immersive and culturally integrated spa experiences, from treatments that reflect each moon’s cycle, to therapies using pure sulfur minerals from the St. Lucian Volcano. The Spa sources its products from The Organic Pharmacy– the first and only pharmacy in the world dedicated to health and beauty using organic products and treatments.
Under the direction of Executive Chef Billy Boyle, farm to fork dining experiences feature cuisine rich in local flavors. Through relationships with Saint Lucian farmers and fishermen, only the freshest ingredients are used, including indigenous herbs and spices picked directly from the resort’s private garden. The Grill at 14⁰61⁰ is the signature restaurant, and an intimate Rum Cave that houses specialty local rums for connoisseurs to savor in a space reminiscent of an authentic distillery.
The exclusive Marigot Bay Resort and Marina accommodates some of the most luxurious mega yachts in the world. Resort guests can arrange exclusive charters, or explore Saint Lucia’s nearby majestic rainforests, The Pitons, or excursions that celebrate the island’s rich culture and heritage.