Sandals Shares Designs for Newest Saint Lucia Resort

PRESS RELEASE:-MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – June 17, 2017 – Luxury Included® all-inclusive resort leader Sandals Resorts International (SRI) today shares plans for its newest resort in Saint Lucia – the all-suite Sandals LaSource Saint Lucia.  Located along Pigeon Island Beach and adjacent to Sandals Grande Saint Lucian, Sandals LaSource Saint Lucia will be the fourth Sandals Resorts property in Saint Lucia, expanding Sandals’ exclusive exchange program to “Stay at One, Play at Four.   The resort, which breaks ground later this year, will introduce three new restaurant concepts to the brand, the American-inspired Tavern, Greek restaurant Éros and an authentic noodle shop and is the first Sandals Resorts property to have continuous winding river pools surrounding every room block and all with unobstructed access to the main pool.

“We continue to be the innovation leader and the designs we reveal today are proof of that,” said Gordon “Butch” Stewart, founder and chairman of Sandals Resorts International.

When Sandals LaSource debuts in Saint Lucia it will introduce the destination’s first roof top infinity edge sky pool and Jacuzzi, offering 360-degree views of the island’s beautiful north coast.  The resort offers two additional pools, including a 9,000 square foot, curved glass-fronted infinity edge pool featuring a signature Sandals Resorts swim-up pool bar, opening to a land-side bar and adjacent sunken fire pit lounge area.   Other notable additions here include a brand new entertainment facility featuring a 4-lane bowling alley, games room, living room and bar.

Sandals LaSource Saint Lucia-Pool

According to Stewart, Sandals Resorts has reimagined the way it delivers entertainment options to appeal to a new audience.  “Although we’ll continue to stage elaborate productions, we’re realizing that more and more our guests appreciate entertainment options that are available on their schedule, impromptu and often with other guests and friends they may be travelling with,” said Stewart.  “The immediate popularity of our fire pits was the impetus of our creating places for guests to lounge and linger in settings that were comfortable and always available.”

Sandals LaSource Saint Lucia will offer 330 suites including Sandals’ Skypool, Rondoval, and Swim-Up suites, other signature categories as well as the recently introduced and much acclaimed Over-the-Water Bungalows.  In addition, the resort will feature ten restaurants including three new concepts, but guests will actually have the choice of 37 dining options through Sandals Resorts’ Stay at One, Play at Four exchange program. Other amenities include an expansive Red Lane Spa®, wedding lounge, beauty salon and well-appointed departure lounge with lockers and showers so guests may take full advantage of the resort up until the moment they must depart.

Sandals LaSource Saint Lucia-Restaurants
Sandals LaSource Saint Lucia-Restaurants

“Saint Lucia has been and continues to be an excellent destination for Sandals offering our guests beauty, tremendous facilities and attractions and truly friendly people.  We are thrilled to continue our long tradition of investment here, adding even more reasons for holidaymakers to visit Saint Lucia,” said Stewart.


  1. Mr Prime Minister whilst you there why not give Gordon the entire piegeon point basin and call that George

    Mr Pm what has gotten into your head have you given any consideration to us the locals and the access to the beaches that you a now giving to your friend we a being alienated daily by your actions please Mr PM have a heart
    If I want to take my family enjoy the beach that is supposed to be Ours after 6 pm I am restricted first landings don’t provide you with s ferry Service after 6 and when you decide to pass on the the other end you a obstructed first by security and second by tables and chairs because the guess a having dinner on the beach then you a obstructed by photographers who a taking photos and they want to tell you where and when to pass where is my freedom to roam my beaches Mr PM

    This makes me feel like a stranger in my own land what’s going on can you please tell me

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