BodyHoliday’s Penthouse Suite





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St. Lucia’s The BodyHoliday, an all-inclusive luxury wellness resort, is expected to complete its $20 million renovation this month. The hotel closed its doors in July for an extensive gut renovation of its public spaces and dining venues.

As part of the multi-million-dollar revamp, the resort will unveil a brand-new Penthouse Suite, which was upgraded to the tune of $1 million. We say it was worth every penny: Picture a private entry staircase leading to an open floor plan with spacious living area, 11.5-foot ceilings, cove lighting and a wet bar. We love the freestanding wall unit that divides the living and bedroom spaces with a 360-degree, rotating flat-screen television. Note: This is the only room at The BodyHoliday that will offer a TV, which will not be linked to cable but will stream in a series of classic movies.


The Penthouse has grand ceilings and grander views.

In the bathroom sliding frosted glass doors give way to a bubble chandelier that floats above a soaking tub for two. Nice Touch: The tub is positioned on a perch that offers a view out the front windows over the sea.

The pièce de résistance is no doubt the private Turkish-style Hammam, featuring a slab heated massage bed, marble benches and walls of mosaic marble. A steam room with a mosaic curved bench and rain-head shower is part of the room as well.

Luxury travel advisors can contact Marketing Director Andrew Barnard. ([email protected]; 758-450-9437) with questions.

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