St. Barth Properties Offers Special Dinner Package For St. Barth Gourmet Festival

by Kelly Harold

The 2017 St. Barth Gourmet Festival–a celebration of French gastronomy–will run from November 2 to November 9.

Chefs will prepare multi-course dinners for guests at different hotel restaurants throughout the island.

To help celebrate, St. Barth Properties is offering a special package to guests who book a minimum of seven nights during the festival at one of six participating villas. Upon arrival, guests will find a bottle of red wine and foie gras made by private chef Pascal Preynat, and then an eight-course dinner valued at 130 EUR.

Prices start at $9,970 for the week and vary based on the villa.

Participating villas include:

  • Danse du Soleil: five-bedrooms at $11,500
  • Utopic: four-bedrooms at $20,070
  • Le Manoir de Lurin: four-bedrooms at $15,070
  • Chant de La Mer: five-bedrooms at $15,070
  • Kyreve: four-bedrooms at $9,970
  • Orion: four-bedrooms at $16,070 
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