Le Barth Villa Rental Makes its Debut

From the creators of Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, which reopened for the upcoming winter season on October 28, comes the introduction of Le Barth Villa Rental (LBVR). General manager Guillaume Bichot calls LBVR "a conduit to experiencing true luxury at-home living in St. Barth’s."

According to Bichot, who comes to LBVR with a decade of experience providing quality home rentals in St. Barth’s, Le Barth Villa Rental services include a personal meet-and-greet upon arrival, private roundtrip transfers between airport or dock and the residence, at-home delivery of rental car, daily delivered Continental breakfast, daily housekeeping and full concierge services and a welcome amenities package. In addition, guests of LBVR enjoy full access to Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa and its amenities, such as the private beach and water sports, infinity pool, restaurants, fitness center, rooftop bar and Le Spa.

Le Barth Villa Rental debuts with 80 properties, ranging from two-bedroom beachfront cottages to ultra-contemporary six-bedroom homes, including Villa Aqua and Villa Bleu, six-bedroom villas located steps from the beach at Le Barthélemy, each with a spacious living area, gourmet kitchen and lap pool.  

Located on a crescent-shaped, white-sand beach along St. Barth’s Grand Cul de Sac, Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa is member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World. It has 44 rooms and suites, each with a terrace and many with private pools. The hotel’s signature restaurant, Aux Amis, serves island-inspired French cuisine, and its rooftop bar, Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot, is home to live music.

This article originally appeared on www.travelagentcentral.com.

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