Meet Sugar Beach, Formerly The Jalousie Plantation

The 59 Luxury Villas



The Jalousie Plantation in St. Lucia has just wrapped up a three-year multimillion dollar transformation and is marking the occasion with a new name. As of November 30, the luxury resort will be known as Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort.

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The Viceroy Hotel Group, which has managed the Jalousie Plantation since 2008, played a key role in the multimillion-dollar upgrade of the resort. The three-year project cost a cool $100 million and included the addition of 59 brand-new Luxury Villas; eight new Luxury Beachfront Bungalows; 11 completely revamped Luxury Sugar Mill Rooms and a 9,427-square-foot Rainforest Spa.

A new website has been launched ( and the resort continues to create packages and special offers. 

Look Back: We launched news of the eight Luxury Beachfront Bungalows in last April’s edition of Luxury Travel Advisor. The bungalows have private thatched shaded areas, private courtyards with Jacuzzis and offer personalized butler service.

Luxury travel advisors can contact Director of Sales & Marketing Nicholas Monteleone (758-456-8000) with questions.

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