Le Barthélemy Reopens Following Renovations

Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, closed since Hurricane Irma, officially made its return on Sunday, exactly two years to the date of its original debut on October 28, 2016. The luxury boutique property returns with old highlights as well as two new luxury oceanfront villas, a brand-new rooftop bar, aromatic coffee corner, spa and wellness enhancements and a new dining concept, Aux Amis Beach.

To celebrate its official return, Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa will join the St. Barth’s hospitality community in the destination’s annual St. Barth’s Gourmet Festival taking place November 1-4, offering an exclusive menu prepared by executive chef Girard at the oceanfront Aux Amis restaurant.

Debuting this Wednesday, October 31, WTF Rooftop Bar opens with a festive launch party, with guest DJ Bob Sinclair. At the destination’s new spot for tapas and cocktails, guests and locals will join together and enjoy signature cocktails and ocean air under the stars, surrounded by panoramic views of Grand Cul-de-Sac.

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Set on a white-sand beach in St. Barth’s, Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa offers 44 rooms and suites and two full-service villas. Amenities include a seaside infinity pool, extensive water sports program, 24-hour fitness center and Le Spa at Le Barthélemy, a facility aimed at holistic wellbeing with skincare by La Mer and an authentic hammam. Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

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