The beach at Marigot Beach Club

Things To Do In St Lucia: Cultural and Historic attractions

  When you think of St Lucia, chances are your mind will be filled with images of palm-fringed beaches, lush rainforest, and a never-ending vista of the bright blue Caribbean Sea. While this isn’t an incorrect view – as a Caribbean island, of course St Lucia does have its fair share of beaches and beautiful […]

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New decor at Doolittle's

Fresh new decor at Doolittle’s

  In recent weeks we’ve given our restaurant and bar, Doolittle’s, a bit of a facelift. The new white floor tiles and cheerful red walls look very bright and fresh in the gorgeous St Lucian sunshine, and the new curtains and upholstery in the bar add to the comfort and ambience of the resort.   […]

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Pigeon Island, St Lucia

St Lucia Attractions: Pigeon Island National Landmark

  Sometimes referred to as a “living museum”, Pigeon Island National Landmark is a must-see attraction when you visit St Lucia. Rich in both wildlife and history, Pigeon Island is the perfect day trip destination for all the family. A mere few minutes away from one of St Lucia’s most popular resorts, Rodney Bay, is […]

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David Shimeld and Dr Kenny D Anthony

A very special visitor

  We were recently greatly honoured to welcome none other than the Prime Minister of St Lucia, The Honourable Dr. Kenny D. Anthony, to Doolittle’s Restaurant and Bar at Marigot Beach Club and Dive Resort. The Prime Minister was at Marigot Beach Club to help celebrate the baptism of our new chef Ian Sherlock’s baby […]

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David Shimeld planting trees at Dennery

Independence Day in St Lucia

  St Lucia celebrated 33 years of independence on 22nd February 2012, and as part of the celebrations Marigot Beach Club owner David Shimeld, and Lorne Charles the Financial Controller, went over to Dennery on the east coast of the island on 24th February to join the St Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) in […]

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Brightly coloured Easter eggs

Children stay FREE this Easter!

  We’ve got a really special deal for families during Easter 2012! Book any five nights or more over the Easter period, and your child(ren) stay FREE (i.e. no charge for foldaway bed). What’s more, the Easter Bunny will make sure your child(ren) receive a yummy chocolate Easter egg on Easter Sunday! To take advantage […]

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Saint Lucia Jazz

Saint Lucia Jazz: A Potted History

  Since its inception in 1991, Saint Lucia Jazz has grown from a clever marketing idea into one of the Caribbean’s most important events. Here’s a potted history of the festival. It all started as an idea for attracting more tourists to St Lucia during the traditionally quiet month of May. This is toward the […]

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Caribbean cruise

Port Castries is best port in the Caribbean

  The prestigious title of “Best Port of the Caribbean” has been awarded to Port Castries, Saint Lucia by Editor-In-Chief, Mr. Bill Panoff of Porthole Cruise Magazine. Port Castries is managed and operated by the Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA), welcomes over 300 cruise ships and handles approximately 600,000 cruise passengers per […]

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Saint Lucia Jazz 2012 lineup

Lionel Richie and Ziggy Marley to headline Saint Lucia Jazz 2012

  The lineup for the 2012 Saint Lucia Jazz festival has been announced, with this year’s headlining acts to include Lionel Richie, Ziggy Marley and Gypsy Kings. The full lineup with venue details and dates can be seen in the official launch flyer, below (click to enlarge).   Like many St Lucia hotels, Marigot Beach […]

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REDjet launches St Lucia as its sixth destination

  At a time when the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is condemning the UK government for crippling Caribbean tourism with its unfair air passenger duty banding, it’s refreshing to learn that air travel between St Lucia and other Caribbean islands is set to become easier and cheaper. REDjet, the Caribbean’s only low fares […]

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