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Saturday,  April 20, 2024 10:22 PM 

“Destination by Hyatt” to debut in St. Lucia with Cas En Bas Beach Resort

  • Hotels
  •   02-20-2024  5:44 am
  •   Pax Global Media

“Destination by Hyatt” to debut in St. Lucia with Cas En Bas Beach Resort
Cas en Bas Beach Resort is expected to open in late 2024. (Hyatt)
Pax Global Media

Hyatt Hotels and Wellington Estates have teamed up to debut Cas en Bas Beach Resort in St. Lucia, marking the introduction of the “Destination by Hyatt” brand in the Caribbean

Expected to open in late 2024, the new hotel will invite guests to discover St. Lucia through a “cosmopolitan Caribbean perspective” with “one-of-a-kind programming, hyper-personalized amenities, and dynamic culinary offerings,” reads a press release.

Located on the northern tip of St. Lucia, situated between two award-winning golf courses, and a white sand beach, Cas en Bas Beach Resort promises a secluded, elevated luxury escape.

Rendering of Cas en Bas Beach Resort. (Hyatt)

House cars will be available for guests looking to explore nearby Rodney Bay, the island’s cultural and entertainment hub or St. Lucia’s many beaches and attractions.

“We’re honoured to collaborate with Wellington Estates to bring the Destination by Hyatt brand to the Caribbean as we continue Hyatt’s commitment to growing its brands in key leisure markets and destinations that matter most to our guests and World of Hyatt members,” stated David Kuperberg, head of development, Dream Hotels, Hyatt. “Cas en Bas Beach Resort will truly represent the Destination by Hyatt brand, embodying the spirit of St. Lucia and offering an authentic Caribbean lifestyle to travellers seeking to immerse themselves in the breathtaking destination.”

Rendering of pool at Cas en Bas Beach Resort. (Hyatt)

Residential-style suites 

Cas en Bas Beach Resort will feature 90 contemporary residential-style studio, one and two-bedroom suites featuring expansive open plan living including private balconies or garden terraces and kitchenettes.

Offerings for both guests and locals alike will include nightlife programming and on-property events to dining options curated by internationally renowned and French Culinary Institute-trained Chef Marc Marrone, including an elegant, modern designed sports pub, rooftop bar, feature restaurant, cafe, poolside, and beach club offerings.

Exterior rendering of Cas en Bas Beach Resort. (Hyatt)

Guests and residents will also have exclusive access to the resort's amenities, including an Olympic-sized swimming pool, retail market, fitness centre and spa. An “Experience Concierge” will also be available to assist guests with excursions.

“Currently in St. Lucia only traditional-style hotels and resorts are available, so Cas en Bas Beach Resort has been designed to bring a completely fresh, contemporary offering to cater to today’s discerning travellers. It will provide a unique combination of accommodation, amenities, and experiences to guests, supported by the service excellence for which Hyatt is globally renowned,” stated Edward Wellington, CEO of Wellington Estates. “We are excited to be working with Hyatt to bring this world-class, cosmopolitan island retreat to life.”

Following the resort’s expected opening later this year, World of Hyatt members will have the opportunity to earn points on stays to use toward free nights, dining, wellbeing experiences and more.


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