Exclusive: BodyHoliday to Offer Wine Experiences

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BodyHoliday, St. Lucia's all-inclusive wellness resort, will reopen in September sporting a brand new oenophile indulgence experience. The luxury Caribbean resort, which closed in early July to undergo a $20 million renovation, will emerge with a brand new wine cellar and wine room.

We heard that the cellar will boast an extensive 5,000-bottle collection, which will be used in crafting tasting menus to be paired with nightly dinners in the completely redone Cariblue restaurant. Luxury Travel Advisor met with Marketing Director Andrew Barnard, a former member of the Francis Ford Coppola wine team, who could not be more excited to share his passion with the family-run resort.

In addition to the wine cellar and wine room, the resort's renovation will include a $1 million-Penthouse Suite, which will sit directly on the waterfront with uninterrupted views straight out to sea. The Penthouse will feature a rotating TV (the only room with a TV on the property), a wet bar, walk-in shower, raised tub and outdoor balcony. But the pièce de résistance is the in-room Hammam spa, which was entirely hand carved in Turkey. The Hammam comes with its own steam room, as well.

For more information visit www.thebodyholiday.com.

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