Beachfront Bungalows at Jalousie

Beachfront Bungalows at Jalouise Plantation


Here’s some beach buzz: The Jalousie Plantation in St. Lucia has opened eight new Luxury Beachfront Bungalows on Sugar Beach.

The Big Picture: The opening marks the latest component in a multimillion dollar enhancement project that will this year see Jalousie rebranded under the Viceroy Hotel Group.

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Designed by prominent Caribbean architect Lane Pettigrew in conjunction with Jalousie’s owner, Roger Myers, the bungalows (two of which have the option of a two-bedroom configuration) have hardwood floors and high-beamed ceilings. Nice Touch: Exteriors are designed to blend into the beach environment with thatched roofs and whitewashed adobe walls.

Note: Each bungalow has a private thatched shade area in front with sun lounges, a table and chairs, as well as a large private courtyard with a Jacuzzi. VIPs can raise a privacy blind to enjoy views of the Caribbean, or lower it to shut out the world.

As with all accommodations at The Jalousie Plantation, Sugar Beach, the new Luxury Beachfront Bungalows also have personalized butler service, complimentary Wi-Fi and all the modern amenities a VIP would expect from a top-tier retreat.

Shaded Outdoor
Beachfront Bungalows at the Jalouise Plantation have private courtyards with Jacuzzis. They also have shaded outdoor areas with lounges and chairs.

Tip: The resort can arrange all sorts of bespoke events, like tasting dinners with a personal chef, private proposal events in the rainforest, sunset sailing, night snorkeling and more.

Luxury travel advisors can contact Concierge Theresa Blaize ([email protected]; 758-456-8000) with any questions or special requests for their clients.

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