Sugar BeachA Viceroy Resort
Destination: St Lucia, Caribbean
Vacation: Island seclusion
Seeking: Luxury beach resort
Highlight: Majestic views
It’s hard to believe places like Sugar Beach St Lucia exist. Set among 100 acres of pristine lush rainforest on the shores of a hidden Caribbean cove, the towering peaks of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pitons all around you, Sugar Beach St Lucia stands apart from any other luxury beach resort in the world.
The soft white sand on Sugar Beach alone is a marvel in itself, especially when you’re enjoying a rum cocktail at the beachside bar.
Guestrooms, villas, beachfront bungalows and residences at Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort, are set in privacy amid vibrant gardens and soaring trees so you can enjoy the harmony between nature and modern living. Outside your door: breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and the Val des Pitons, along with all the 18th-century Colonial charm St. Lucia is known for.
There are six on site restaurants and bars offering incredible local cuisine, fine dining and casual tropical bites, plus there’s the option for in room dining and Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort offers a dedicated Beach Concierge team to cater to the needs of guests while they soak up the sun poolside or on the white sands of Sugar Beach.
Sugar Beach St Lucia is so idyllic, and so well set up to cater for your every need – even if you haven’t thought of it yet – that you will find it hard to venture much further than than its glorious beach or stunning main swimming pool. But to really make the most of your stay book onto one of the land, sea or air tours and activities to get a better view (hard to imagine when you’re staring up at the Pitons, but they really do look spectacular from all angles, near and far). Whether you’re seeking adventure, history or culture – or all three – St Lucia has you covered and no doubt whichever excursion you choose it’s sure to leave you in awe of your breathtakingly beautiful surroundings.
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“A perfect week at Sugar Beach St Lucia. My wife and I have been to many Caribbean islands where we have stayed at resorts and private homes. Sugar Beach is incomparable. The location of the resort, nestled in between the two volcanic ‘pitons’, is unrivaled for natural beauty and dramatic scenery. The property is an island within an island.The back-drop is a lush rainforest dotted with discretely sited private cottages. The foreground is a magnificent, protected, private bay and beach. Each residence has a unique view of the sea, vegetation and sky. Each one has ample and well-designed indoor and outdoor spaces.
“The quality of service at Sugar Beach exists in no other resort. A private butler is on call 24/7. The staff in the restaurants, at the beach and in the spa is professional, attentive, kind, amiable and eager to please. The menus at The Great House would rate ***** in any city. The English chef, who came to our table because we had raved about her to our waiters, was delightful to engage in conversation. Her gastronomic credentials were first-rate.
Sugar Beach is unique in every measurement of resort/hotel qualities. There is no more pleasant, beautiful, happy place to spend one’s holidays.” Tripadvisor Review
Best food & drink
1. Catch of the day
Set on the white powder sands of one of the island’s most beautiful beaches, just feet away from the crystal waters of Anse des Pitons and the main swimming pool, you can enjoy gourmet pizzas baked in the wood-fired oven, specialty sandwiches or the grilled catch of the day at the Bayside Restaurant. Unique among restaurants in Soufriere, it offers a myriad of menu selections and upbeat live entertainment showcasing the flavor and culture of St. Lucia during the dinner hour.
2. Seared scallops and mahi mahi
For the most discerning diners, the Great Room restaurant evokes Old World colonial charm while serving up Caribbean-influenced delicacies in candlelit, air-conditioned surroundings. Beautifully presented personalized tasting menus are also available nightly and reflect the cultural influences of Sugar Beach’s expert culinary team.
The Great Room St Lucia elegant dining offerings utilize the freshest ingredients, such as succulent seared scallops on a puree of Jerusalem artichoke, tender Kobe beef with a rich red wine jus, and perfectly cooked Mahi-Mahi with green fig mash and tropical salsa. An expertly curated wine list ensures an ideal accompaniment for every course.
3. Cane Bar
Sample the planet’s best-aged spirits in this specialty St. Lucia rum bar, designed with a chic white-and-charcoal palette, glowing white bar, and comfortable, oversized furniture. The Cane Bar also provides a professional “rumologist” to aid in the selection of the expertly chosen native and international rums.
All of the accommodation at Sugar Beach St Lucia has been elegantly designed and positioned to provide a calming relaxing sanctuary amid the most beautiful surroundings imagineable.
Whether you’re staying in one of the luxury guestrooms with views of Gros Piton across the waters of the Sugar Mill Lily Pond and the majestic ruins of an 18th-century sugar mill, or in one of the beachfront luxury bungalows where you can step right out onto the sand, just being at St Lucia, A Viceroy Resort is a spellbinding experience in its own right.
Make the most of the resort’s six thoughtfully curated restaurants, stunning main swimming pool and picture-perfect beach bar and relax in superlative luxury, taking in some of the most unimaginably beautiful views on the planet.
With more than 100 acres of tropical rainforest and welcoming white-sand beach on its doorstep, Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort, offers a host of St. Lucia activities to satisfy adventure seekers and sun lovers.
Within the resort itself there are two floodlit tennis courts plus the services of a tennis pro for personalized lessons, beach volleyball, fitness classes, snorkelling, kayaking, sailing and windsurfing. The resort is also family-friendly with its Sugar Club offering a range of supervised activities for children aged 4 to 12 years old.
Further afield the options are almost endless. A couple of highlights include trekking through the UNESCO World Heritage-listed, volcanic Gros Piton standing 2,619 feet above sea level. Explore the verdant rainforest as you clamber over moss-covered boulders and are treated to the breathtaking view from the summit, and picturesque stops at Au Poye Park and the valley of Fond Gens Libre. You can also hike through the lower mountain forest and fruit trees to a veritable hidden treasure – the 70-foot Superman waterfall. Enjoy a refreshing dip, mud bath and fresh local juice and seasonal fruits.
Harnessing the nourishing properties of nearby volcanic springs and fertile cocoa plantations, the Rainforest Spa offers a range of signature treatments – in addition to nourishing rituals from Natura Bisse, and indulgent products from Swiss line, Valmont – designed to connect guests to Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort’s very special location.
There are seven traditionally built tree house treatment rooms at the Rainforest Spa, a wetroom with manicure and pedicure facilities, a relaxation pavilion, and an earthen Amerindian steam dome—known as a temascal—which reconnects the spa to the island’s earliest settlers.
Treatments are designed to be as nourishing on the outside of the body as their ingredients are on the inside. Free from chemicals, these all-natural rituals utilize the bounty of St Lucia’s natural world, unleashing beauty secrets the islanders have known for centuries. Bananas, the local pride, to firm, tighten and smooth away wrinkles; coconut to exfoliate; aloe vera to rejuvenate; and rich cocoa butter to heal and hydrate.
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