Destination by Hyatt brand set to debut in the Caribbean with Cas En Bas Beach Resort

Nestled on the northern tip of St. Lucia, and idyllically situated between two award-winning golf courses, and a stunning white sand beach, Cas en Bas Beach Resort will provide a secluded, elevated luxury escape. House cars will be available for guests looking to explore nearby Rodney Bay, the island’s buzzing cultural and entertainment hub or St. Lucia’s many beaches and attractions.

“We’re honored 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,” said 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 travelers seeking to immerse themselves in the breathtaking destination.”

Cas en Bas Beach Resort will feature 90 refreshingly contemporary residential-style studio, 1- and 2- bedroom suites featuring expansive open plan living including private balconies or garden terraces and kitchenettes.

A getaway for global travelers, Cas en Bas Beach Resort will offer the perfect balance of adventure and luxury. A range of offerings for both guests and locals alike will include engaging nightlife programming and on-property events to dynamic 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. Guests and residents will also have exclusive access to the resort’s amenities including an Olympic-sized swimming pool, retail market, fitness center and luxurious spa.

Guests looking for immersive experiences can discover St. Lucia’s most cherished offerings with personalized excursions and individualized planning support from the resort’s Experience Concierge. After its opening, the vibrantly activated resort will also provide life-enriching experiences including vibe led fitness programs and curated music throughout the resort.

“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 travelers. It will provide a unique combination of accommodation, amenities, and experiences to guests, supported by the service excellence for which Hyatt is globally renowned,” said Edward Wellington, CEO, Wellington Estates. “We are excited to be working with Hyatt to bring this world-class, cosmopolitan island retreat to life.”

With direct flights from major cities such as Miami, New York, Chicago, Boston, London, Toronto and more, St. Lucia is a convenient and accessible Caribbean getaway. Following the resort’s expected opening later this year, World of Hyatt members will have the opportunity to experience a luxury tropical getaway and earn points on stays to use toward free nights, dining, wellbeing experiences and more.

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Turquoise Hues and Ocean Views at Six Senses debut resort in the Caribbean

Enjoying a pride-of-place setting between the ocean and a protected cove on the southern part of Grenada, Six Senses La Sagesse invites guests to put their feet up and worries down and embark on a journey of discovery, rejuvenation, and celebration. From waterfall meditation to artisan rum and chocolate making, there is much to uncover in this Caribbean gem known for its spices and relaxed lifestyle.

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Marriott International’s strong conversion activity helps drive robust growth in the Caribbean and Latin America

Hotel conversions continue to have real momentum in the Caribbean and Latin America (CALA) region and in recent years have become an important growth driver for Marriott International. Hoteliers and investors are leveraging the efficiencies and advantages of renovating and rebranding existing properties, further expanding the breadth of Marriott’s portfolio, consisting of 31 global brands.

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