This Private Villa At BodyHoliday St Lucia in Caribbean Is $3,900 A Night

HIBISCUS villa St Lucia

While travel begins to reopen across the globe, travelers still prioritize safety and social distancing when booking vacations — and BodyHoliday St. Lucia just made it easier for guests. The luxury wellness resort in St. Lucia, a small island in the Caribbean, recently debuted Hibiscus Villa, a private 3-bedroom villa for $3,900 a night.

BodyHoliday’s new Hibiscus Villa is ideal for travelers seeking a with close friends and family, allowing the potential for quality time after months of being apart during lockdown. With three spacious bedrooms, Hibiscus Villa accommodates up to six people, and it’s quietly removed in its own oasis, just a two-minute walk from the award winning BodyHoliday Resort.

Villa Bodyholiday St Lucia
Hibiscus Villa at Bodyholiday St Lucia

The villa, with its own stone pathway entrance, feels like a private vacation rental. Perched along a cliff, the most striking feature of the villa is its private terrace deck facing Pigeon Island, as well as a small beach and white Caribbean buildings cradled in the mountain.

HIBISCUS villa BodyHoliday
HIBISCUS villa BodyHoliday

In addition to the expansive deck and view of the Caribbean sea, the Hibiscus villa has bright and airy open spaces, including a dining room and adjoining sitting room. These spaces are right along the terrace and catch a soft breeze from the Caribbean sea.

HIBISCUS villa St Lucia
HIBISCUS villa St Lucia

The villa includes a free daily 50-minute spa treatment, breakfast, lunch and dinner, complimentary wifi, and access to all resort facilities and activities.

Hibiscus joins the collection of Oasis villas that opened at the end of 2019, all offering the ultimate private experience.

Guests can continue to have a transformative stay with the wellness program while staying in the secluded villa.

BodyHoliday was the very first overseas destination spa over 30 years ago, according to BodyHoliday. The 155-room resort, which has a 33-treatment room wellness centre, is renowned for its unique approach to health, fitness and wellbeing, combing knowledge from the west and wisdom from the east for its program. The resort offers 18 acres of lush tropical gardens, secluded Cariblue Beach, 3 freshwater pools and 1 jacuzzi, 6 dining venues, tennis courts and more.

Guests receive world leading medically endorsed preventative therapies, Ayurveda, spa treatments, and more, and they participate in a range of health and wellness activities during their stay. They can also personalize their programs, whether they want a strict weight loss diet or indulgent fine-dining, high intensity workouts with Olympic athletes or sleep-inducing Ayurvedic massages.

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