St. Barth Properties Announces Beach Picnic Package, New Villa

St. Barth Properties is now offering the beach-side “Catered Beach Picnic Experience” for clients staying at one of its villas. 

Prices for the new catered beach picnic experience start at approximately $60 and includes:

  • One beach chair per person
  • One umbrella for two people
  • A made-to-order picnic with several menu options
  • One bottler of water per person
  • One bottle of rosé 
  • Set up directly on the beach or delivered to guests’ villa
  • An optional Ski Bob ride for approximately $95 per half hour.

Along with the new package, St. Barth Properties has announced a new villa will join the portfolio: Villa Nikki, the first new property since Hurricane Irma hit in September. The new three-bedroom villa places guests on a hillside in St. Jean and will offer modern amenities and facilities, along with scenic views of the natural surroundings.

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Notable attractions at Villa Nikki include an infinity edge pool on the deck, a furnished pergola, a kitchen, a dining area that flows into the living space and three bedrooms with en-suite baths. Two of the bedrooms can be found at opposite ends of the villa—at pool level with ocean views—and the third can be found on the lower level offering a garden view.

Due to the damage from Hurricane Irma, St. Barth Properties has said that 50 percent of its 200-plus villas will be open by the end of 2017, while approximately 71 percent of the restaurants on the island have opened. Additional villas will become available over the course of 2018.

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