Hotel Guanahani & Spa in St. Bart's Adds Two New Suites

Hotel Guanahani & Spa's new Admiral Suite

The luxurious Hotel Guanahani & Spa in St. Bart's began an extensive renovation in 2011 that will continue into this year. The first half of the renovation focused on redesigned guest rooms including the introduction of the new Admiral and Serenity suites and Luxury Travel Advisor got the skinny on each.

The Admiral Suite is one of the two newest suites at the hotel. The décor is inspired by Christopher Columbus, with custom furniture made from wood and leather resembling French saddlery. The suite is located at the end of the peninsula with a view of Grand Cul de Sac bay. The Admiral Suite is more than 1,100-square-feet and has two bedrooms, each with a panoramic view on the lagoon and a private bathroom. A large terrace overlooking the ocean surrounds the suite. Private parking and butler service are included. 

Hotel Guanahani & Spa's new Serenity Suite

Another of the newest additions to Hotel Guanahani & Spa, the Serenity Suite has two bedrooms and a private pool offering an exceptional view of the lagoon. Surrounded by a large 540-square-foot terrace, the main room has a desk area, wet bar, and its own bathroom spa with a shower and a balneo tub sunken in the floor. This magnificent suite also offers butler service, a private parking facility, and an electric car for traveling around the extensive property throughout your stay.

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This year, the renovation will continue with a focus on the resort’s public spaces, including the restaurants Indigo and Bartolomeo. 

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