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Sugar Beach

  1. 1. Details  All prices shown a quotes only and subject to change at any time without notice. The only way to secure the price is to make a deposit.  Flights used for pricing are from DFW.  Deposits start at $150 per person and are due at time of booking.  Final payment is usually due 45 days prior to travel.  The price shown includes round-trip flight, resort, round-trip transportation between airport and resort, all-inclusive amenities as described and taxes for two people.
  2. 2. St. Lucia History St. Lucia is a sovereign island country in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean.[4] Part of the Lesser Antilles, it is located north/northeast of the island of Saint Vincent, northwest of Barbados and south of Martinique. It covers a land area of 617 km2 (238.23 sq mi) and has a population of 174,000 (2010). Its capital is Castries.  One of the Windward Islands, Saint Lucia was named after Saint Lucy of Syracuse by the French, the island's first European settlers.. They signed a treaty with the native Carib Indians in 1660. Britain took control of the island from 1663 to 1667; in ensuing years, it was at war with France 14 times and rule of the island changed frequently (it was seven times each ruled by the French and British). In 1814, the British took definitive control of the island. Because it switched so often between British and French control, Saint Lucia was also known as the "Helen of the West Indies".  Representative government came about in 1924 (with universal suffrage from 1953). From 1958 to 1962, the island was a member of the Federation of the West Indies. On 22 February 1979, Saint Lucia became an independent state of the Commonwealth of Nations associated with the United Kingdom.[4] Saint Lucia has a legal system based on English common law.
  3. 3.  St. Lucia is one of the Windward Islands, located in the middle of the Eastern Caribbean chain. Its terrain is a combination of high mountains, forests, low-lying lands and beaches. Mountain ranges runs the length of the island and forests dominate the mountains, while jasmine, scarlet chenille and wild orchids provide splashes of color to the lush green slopes.  Average high temperature in March 83° F, average low 77° F  March has some of the lowest amounts of rainfall all year St. Lucia
  4. 4.  Vacationers should be aware that there can be a great deal of variation in weather between the different regions of St. Lucia. If you are visiting one of the beaches around Castries or Rodney Bay, expect temperatures to be high but not unbearable due to the cool breeze off the water. Visitors exploring one of the trails through the rain forest in the center of the island need to be prepared for some very hot and humid weather without any relief from the winds. Adventurous travelers can cool off on a hike to one of the Piton mountains, the distinguishing landscape feature of St. Lucia. Temperatures will drop significantly as the altitude increases and travelers may even want to bring along a light jacket to stay comfortable in the cool weather. St. Lucia
  5. 5. St. Lucia  Soufrière  Soufrière is located on the southwestern coast of St. Lucia and was the former capital when under French possession. It is also the oldest town in St. Lucia. Unlike Castries, much of the original architecture still stands today, so if you want a taste of French colonial architecture, Soufrière is the place to be. The waterfront of this town is so picturesque it draws movie studios and tourists alike. Soufrière is an excellent destination for visitors to experience both the St. Lucian culture and the environment. Soufrière has everything, from beautiful beaches to towering mountains. For the adventurous traveler, it is the perfect destination for both relaxation and adventure. Just outside of Soufrière is the popular drive-in volcano which is thought to have once been a site for human sacrifice by the Arawak Indians. Visitors are allowed to drive very nearly into the volcano and then be guided around the area by a tour guide. Just south of the town of Soufrière along the bay, the most distinguishing feature of St. Lucia can be found, the Pitons. These two towering twin mountains are not only beautiful to look at, but they a popular hiking destination that draw people from around the world.
  6. 6. Soufrière Option One
  7. 7. Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort  5 Star Resort  The Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort is without question located in one of the most spectacular sites in the world, the majestic valley of the Pitons (Val des Pitons). The beauty of the Pitons, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is unparalleled. The atmosphere is unobtrusive and lends to a truly intimate and relaxed experience. The resort is spread across more than one hundred acres of tropical forest unsurpassed for its natural beauty, with the only white sand beach in the area. Formerly a working sugar plantation, the property has a long history of owners including Lord Glenconner, famously known for his friendship with Princess Margaret and the once famous proprietor of the Bang Restaurant.  Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort is located on the south western part of St. Lucia about 3 miles outside the town of Soufriere, between the world famous Pitons. Soufriere is a historic town with the island's main natural attractions; the drive- in volcano, botanical gardens and waterfalls in close proximity. It is a 45 minute drive from Hewannorra International Airport (UVF) and one hour and 20 minutes From George F.L. Charles Airport (SLU).
  8. 8. Sugar Beach
  9. 9. Sugar Beach  Amazing rainforest spa. Private spa huts in the trees with a creek running alongside.  The pool sits at the bottom of the Gros Piton.  Only white sand beach in the area.  Excellent snorkeling right off the beach.  Rainforest hiking trail.  Sea kayaking, snorkeling, hobie cat sailing, windsurfing and even night fishing are all offered in the crystal waters of the National Marine Reserve, just a step from the beach.  Yoga and Pilates classes.  Caribbean dance classes.
  10. 10. Sugar Beach  The Great Room, The Great Room, for discerning diners there is the elegant Great Room, with its old world colonial charm serving Caribbean influenced fare in candlelit, air-conditioned surroundings. Beautifully presented personalized tasting menus are also available nightly reflecting the cultural influences of Sugar Beach's expert culinary team and utilizing the freshest local ingredients. Enjoy dishes such as seared scallops on a puree of Jerusalem artichoke, Kobe beef with a rich red wine jus, or perfectly cooked Mahi-Mahi with green fig mash & tropical salsa. A well-devised wine list ensures the ideal accompaniment for every course.  Bayside Bar & Restaurant, enjoy open-air sea side dining with a magnificent view of the Pitons, available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy an a la carte continental or full breakfast.  The Terrace, Set on the ground floor of the elegant Great House and with stunning views of the lily pond and glistening Caribbean.
  11. 11. Sugar Beach  The Beach Bar, Bar is open 9:00am-11:00pm. Beach menu available 10:30am-7:00pm. Beach Service: Get served the cocktail of your choice or food from the Bayside snack menu when relaxing at the beach or pool. Simply raise the red flag next to your beach or pool lounge and a member of the beach team will be there to provide you this very personalized service.  The Cane Bar, a new specialty rum bar featuring cutting edge style, a glowing white bar, and comfortable over-sized furniture in a palette of white and soft charcoal, as well as a wide selection of rum and a "rummelier" to help guide guests through their choices. In addition to the offerings behind the bar, The Cane Bar also features a range of tasty dishes to provide the perfect accompaniment to your chosen libation. Enjoy a sashimi or sushi platter featuring the freshest catch of the day, try the slider trio with fish, chicken and beef topped with caramelized onions and organic arugula, or freshly grilled chicken, beef or vegetarian satay served with traditional satay sauce and bok choy kimchi. Dish selections may change according to market availability. This air-conditioned bar is open from 6:00pm to 1:00am, seven nights a week. Guests must be 18 years and over. Lighter fare served until 12:30am.  The Late Night Bar, features funky cutting edge style and fantastic artwork. The charcoal walls offset brightly colored asymmetric chairs and large white day beds. In addition to the air- conditioned lounge, there is an open air terrace for cocktails under the stars and in the shadow of the Petit Piton. Open seven nights a week, 6:00pm-1:00am. Guests must be 18 years and over.
  12. 12. Sugar Beach  With a reservation in any Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort luxury accommodations, this St Lucia resort offers personalized, intuitive butler service. The butler welcomes guests on arrival and offers to unpack luggage, provide a laundry service, dinner reservations and will organize any other special requirements. A dedicated cell phone to the butler is also provided, so guest needs are fulfilled by Sugar Beach's first class personnel.
  13. 13. Sugar Beach  Superior Sugar Mill Luxury Room  Private roof terrace  Four poster bed with silky high thread count Egyptian cotton linens and romantic voile draping  iPod docking station  Complimentary internet access (either WiFi or hard wired)  Large flat screen screen TV & CD/DVD player  Private bar/refrigerator  Tea and coffee making facilities  In-room safe  Signature bathroom amenities  Large bathroom with coral stone detailing with walk-in shower  Plunge pool, private patio and walled garden  Personalized butler service  444 square feet  9 Nights $10,119
  14. 14. Sugar Beach  Luxury Cottage, Tucked amid the lush vegetation and fruit trees these accommodations offer enclaves of privacy, tranquility and stunning views. The spacious bedrooms speak to the resort's plantation history with high beamed ceilings and romantic voile draped four-poster beds. A small sitting area provides further space to relax indoors, while outside a private terrace and plunge pool is an added bonus for those who like to bask in the warm Caribbean sunshine. The Luxury Cottages have breathtaking views of the dramatic Pitons, or views of the sparkling waters of Anse des Pitons below.  9 Nights $10,713
  15. 15. Private Outdoor Shower
  16. 16. Sugar Beach  Complimentary Honeymoon • Sparkling Wine • Fruit Bowl  Just Married: US $550  Champagne on arrival  Fruit Basket on arrival  Tropical Flower arrangement in room on arrival  Honeymoon Breakfast on a morning of choice  Romantic Candlelight Dinner Set-up on the beach, food and beverage is not included  Time for Two Couples Cabana Massage, enjoy a 55 minute romantic Swedish massage followed by 20 minutes in the Watzo pool.  In–room Honeymoon Turn-down
  17. 17. Change Your Latitude Travel Erin Peters (888) 831-4826 erin@changeyourlatitudetravel.com

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