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Where to Stay

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to places to stay in Saint Lucia, an island where the breathtaking views come as standard

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Sol Sanctum, just a few minutes walk from Reduit Beach in Rodney Bay, is the antidote to the big, commercial resorts dotted along the island’s shoreline. A small, boutique hotel, founded by husband and wife team, Marise and Wendell Skeete, it offers the ultimate authentic Saint Lucia yoga and wellness experience, attracting soul seekers from all over the world despite only opening in 2022. A real home from home for all true yogis.


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Located on the shores of Rodney Bay, along one of Saint Lucia’s most celebrated beaches, this luxury spa hotel offers both timeless elegance and wellness innovation. It recently launched the region’s first programme dedicated to female wellbeing with each product used during the custom treatments carefully selected to address a variety of female concerns.


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Five-star luxury awaits at Zoëtry Marigot Bay St Lucia. Here, you can roll out your mat on the sprawling yoga deck with a view of magical Marigot Bay, once dubbed the most beautiful bay on the island. Afterwards, take a dip in one of the pools, or indulge with one of the bespoke ‘Marigot Body Bliss’ or ‘Marigot Body Ritual’ spa packages. Later on, enjoy a refreshing pre-dinner drink while soaking up the breathtaking beauty of the bay.


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A pioneer of Saint Lucia’s wellness scene, Bodyholiday resort has been reviving tired bodies and minds for 30 years. Its wellness centre offers arguably the most comprehensive collection of therapies in the Caribbean, including a dedicated Ayurveda Pavilion. It’s also a place where you can enjoy yoga classes morning and night, and indulge in countless other all-inclusive experiences, from sailing to scuba diving.


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East Winds is an all-inclusive boutique resort made for wellness, offering wholesome, organic food, much of it sourced from the on-site kitchen garden. Start the day with The Daily Therapy, a freshly-prepared juice with health properties, then enjoy complimentary yoga and Pilates classes at the open-air pavilion. Adjacent is the Garden Spa, with treatments accompanied by the natural sounds of the tropical gardens and flowing water nearby.


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