Harbor Club has officially opened its doors under the new ownership of Canadian entrepreneur and businessman Wes Hall. With beautiful Rodney Bay as its backdrop, Harbor Club is an ultra-modern hotel featuring 115 tropical cabin-style rooms and suites.
"I am excited to open Harbor Club and, with a team of world-class hospitality professionals, move one step closer to making this hotel and Rodney Bay a top destination for the world's most elite travelers," Mr. Hall said. "Not only are we opening a stunning hotel that will stand out to the world, we are also adding 200 hospitality jobs in Saint Lucia."
Harbor Club offers contemporary cabin-style rooms, reminiscent of luxury cruise cabins, and suites with a nautical-inspired design, including the bespoke swim-up room enclave with its own private pool. Harbor Club guests will also explore a luxury experience like no other with:
- Five world-class dining options under the creative eye of Chef Marco Festini Cromer
- Four swimming pools
- The Gym
- The Spa retreat
- An idyllic watersports playground
- The Dive Center
"Our expert team at the hotel is committed to a superior guest experience; no matter how big or small the request. We design custom experiences tailored to the unique needs, desires, and abilities of every traveler, to provide a level of bespoke service that is unmatched anywhere," added Mr. Hall.
An affiliate of Aimbridge Hospitality LLC, is the management company for this highly coveted iconic property. Aimbridge Hospitality is the largest independent hotel management and investment firm in the United States, and is a recognized hospitality management leader throughout the Caribbean.
"Our multi-million capital investment in this destination hotel on the coveted island, along with Aimbridge Hospitality's commitment to the guest experience, and our management team is the perfect combination," added Mr. Hall.
Saint Lucia is a truly unspoiled island, and offers a plethora of island adventures that can be arranged through Harbor Club's private concierge. Guests can venture to the Gros Piton Nature Trail Hike, take a waterfall cycling tour through the rainforest, visit an active volcano and seasonally, experience an up close and personal whale watching excursion.
Room rates begin at $275 per room, per night.