Sandals Reveals Details Of New St. Lucia Resort

by Jessica Montevago
Sandals Reveals Details Of New St. Lucia Resort

Rendering of Sandals LaSource St. Lucia. Photo: Sandals Resorts


Sandals shared plans for its newest resort in St. Lucia, the all-suite Sandals LaSource St. Lucia.

The resort will be the first Sandals property to feature continuous winding river pools surrounding every room block, all with unobstructed access to the main pool. 

Sandals LaSource also boasts St. Lucia’s first rooftop infinity-edge sky pool and Jacuzzi, offering 360-degree views of the island’s north coast, as well as two additional pools, including a 9,000 square foot, curved glass-fronted infinity edge pool with a signature Sandals Resorts swim-up pool bar. Other amenities include an entertainment facility featuring a four-lane bowling alley, games room, living room and bar.

Sandals LaSource will have 330 suites including Sandals’ Skypool, Rondoval, and Swim-Up suites and Over-the-Water Bungalows.

Along with seven other restaurants, Sandals will debut three new concept restaurants for the brand, the American-inspired Tavern, Greek restaurant Éros and an authentic noodle shop.

Construction will begin later this year, adjacent to Sandals Grande St. Lucian, along Pigeon Island Beach.

Sandals LaSource St. Lucia will be the fourth Sandals property in Saint Lucia.

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