Saint Lucia Isn’t Just for Lovers

By Aubrie Gerber, November 19, 2018

Sure, Saint Lucia may be touted as a honeymoon paradise, but that doesn’t mean MICE planners should write it off for incentivized trips and corporate retreats. Home to volcanic mud baths, bountiful reefs and waterfalls, meeting planners ought to be eager to host groups in Saint Lucia. Not to mention, this Eastern Caribbean island offers direct flights from eight major U.S. cities—Miami, New York, Chicago, Boston, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Atlanta and New Jersey—making the woes of international travel a thing of the past.

Lodging & Meeting Space

Marigot Bay Resort and Marina overlooks the world-known mega-yacht destination and movie set for the 1967 Dr. Doolittle film. Guests are just feet away from the newly renovated marina while still feeling tucked away within the resort’s property that features luxurious accommodations and renovated meeting spaces that embrace Saint Lucia’s eco-friendly environment. Since the resort and marina work hand in hand, the marina’s Saltwater Services can help arrange all seaside excursions to depart directly from the resort’s dock.

By the Numbers

Hotel Rooms: 124 plantation-style deluxe rooms and suites

Four On-Site Restaurants: The Grill at 14⁰61⁰, The Brut Bar and Pool Bar, The Rum Cave, Hurricane Hole

Meeting Spaces:

  •             Boudreau Room—indoor room ideal for banquets up to 100 guests
  •             Lower Pool and Observation Deck—outdoor event space for 70 to 250 guests
  •             Palm Pavilion—open-air structure for up to 250 guests
  •             Alexandria Dining Room—private room for small meetings and dinners up to 12 guests
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