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120 Room Fairmont Saint Lucia at Sunset Bay Hotel Announced for 2019

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts today announced the development of Fairmont Saint Lucia at Sunset Bay.


Expected to open in late 2019, the 120-room luxury hotel with 40 private residential villas will be situated on 25 acres and 1,870 feet of beach front on the southwest coast of Saint Lucia, a leading upscale destination in the Lesser Antilles. Ideally located within 20 minutes of the international airport, Fairmont Saint Lucia at Sunset Bay will be the island's southernmost luxury resort, boasting spectacular views and access to Saint Lucia's breathtaking natural landscapes, palm-fringed beaches, magnificent waterfalls, miles of unspoiled rainforest and the majestic Piton Mountains.

 "We are thrilled to be announcing this exciting new resort development on Saint Lucia, a premium destination of choice in the Caribbean. Fairmont's unique blend of exceptional design, location, luxury and hospitality will ensure that Fairmont Saint Lucia at Sunset Bay is a private and exclusive oasis for this stunning island, whose natural landscapes, breathtaking views, friendly locals and authentic culture will impress the most travelled individuals," said Kevin Frid, Chief Operating Officer, North & Central America, AccorHotels. "Additionally, this resort marks the continued expansion of Fairmont's rapidly growing portfolio of highly sought after luxury vacation resorts around the world."

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