St. Barth's Le Guanahani Introduces "The Royal Package"

For clients looking to experience St. Barth's in a lavish way, the Le Guanahani resort created The Royal Package, a three-night package for two. The package is being offering May 9-August 24, 2017 and includes:

  • Accommodations in a one-bedroom suite
  • A bottle of Crystal Roederer champagne on arrival
  • Fresh flowers in room
  • Private dinner for two on the beach including canapes and champagne on arrival and a five-course tasting menu
  • Daily private training session - sunrise yoga, paddle-boarding, guided island hiking
  • One massage, one spa treatment and one facial per person at the Spa My Blend by Clarins
  • Private sunset island cruise on board a chartered yacht with private butler, champagne and canapes 
  • Breakfast buffet for two on two mornings
  • One in-suite breakfast for two
  • Access to tennis, beach and spa facilities
  • Non-motorized watersports
  • WiFi access
  • Roundtrip local airport/port transfers
  • Service charge

The package rates start at €8,250 (approximately $8,825) for double occupancy and the offer is subject to availability and black-out dates.

Le Guanahani boasts 67 guest cottages including 36 suites. All rooms and suites offer private terraces and many offer private pools. Each room also comes with an in-room safe, telephone, stocked mini-bar, LCD flat-screen TV, iPod dock, Video on Demand, and bathroom with Clarins amenities. 

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Other current offerings include the Wellness Package, which offers a five-night package for two with an overarching rest, engage, or cultivate theme; and a complimentary night in which guests can stay four nights and pay for three, or stay seven nights and pay for five. The complimentary night offering is valid from April 9 - December 22, 2017. 

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