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A luxurious stay at a tranquil and secluded St. Lucia dive resort, including breakfast and a generous spa credit to help you unwind
- Marigot Beach Club & Dive Resort is a relaxing rain-forest-enshrouded retreat on the lush Windward Island of St. Lucia. Accessible only by boat, the resort sits on the edge of a secluded white-sand beach, so you can spot sunbathing crabs and coral-skimming parrotfish during the day and swooping bats and striking sunsets in the evening.
- Doolittle's Restaurant and Bar offers al fresco dining in a tropical settings. Try the grilled sea scallops followed by the wild mahi-mahi, washed down with something from the fruity cocktail list. A new pizzeria has opened on site, and in the evenings dance along with the exciting live entertainment provided.
- The Soothing Touch Spa and Wellness Retreat offers a tempting range of therapies, treatments and facilities to leave you feeling thoroughly pampered and rejuvenated. Find peace with transcendental meditation and yoga, relax with a full-body massage or reflexology, and rid your body of toxins in the sauna or steam room.
- Steam room
- Infra-red sauna
- Yoga, Pilates and aqua aerobics
How to get there
Marigot Beach Club & Dive Resort is 60 kilometres away from Hewanorra International Airport, St. Lucia. Private airport transfers are included in this offer to make your journey more comfortable.
Despite the wonderfully secluded location, Marigot Beach Club & Dive Resort and the island of St. Lucia offer endless opportunities for packing your days full. Shop, dive, snorkel, hike, visit one of the island's historical sites, or simply relax and take in your spectacular tropical surroundings. Visit Rodney Bay and Castries for shopping and partying, see the island by boat, or take an open-top ride to discover waterfalls and rain forests.
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