WINDJAMMER LANDING COMPLETES SECOND PHASE OF EXPANSION AND RENOVATIONS
Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort, located on the north coast of Saint Lucia, recently completed the second phase of its expansion and enhancement project. It has invested more than $7.1 million to expand the resort to include four additional luxury estate North Point villas as well as renovate some of the existing villas. To date the resort has invested nearly $50 million in total over the past two years to become one of the leading luxury resorts on Saint Lucia.
The construction of the new North Point villas has raised the bar for luxury holiday standards. The villas are available for vacation accommodations as well as shared ownership. Perched on the north end of the Mediterranean-inspired resort, the North Point villas are a spectacular addition to the resort.
Comprised of threebedroom configurations, the four new luxury North Point villas expand the collection of villas at North Point, bringing the total so far to eight, and plans for phase three are already underway.
The luxury villas are available as upper level or ground level units. All North Point villas include a private master en-suite bedroom with a king-sized bed, as well as second and third en-suite bedrooms, each with two queen-sized beds.
Ground level villas feature outdoor showers, generous outdoor living spaces, a private garden and lavish infinity-edge pools, while the upper level villas boast outdoor kitchens and dining areas under a roof top terrace with a sun deck and oversized rooftop plunge pools that appear to flow into the ocean.
The interior aesthetic of each villa is contemporary and comfortable. Furnishings feature a Caribbean-style, easy living flair. The texture of natural wood contrasts with limestone floors, crisp white walls and natural shell stone bordering the exterior spaces. These are accented by tropical shades reflected in the artwork by local artists; this rich culture breathes life and personality into the interior space.
“The North Point villas bring luxury vacations to a whole other level; they are truly amazing in every way,” said Scott Seger, managing director at Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort.
“From the beachfront location to the state-of-the-art appliances - and everything in-between - these villas will exceed the expectations of those looking for a luxury vacation,” added Seger.
Many updates and renovations have also been completed in order to uphold the resort’s high standards and commitment to delivering a luxury vacation experience. These include: a remodelled breakfast buffet area and coffee bar at the Dragonfly restaurant; new swing seating and a face lift for the 96 Degrees bar; re-tiling and painting of the main pool and many of the private villa pools; a new wedding pergola and grounds layout for the Wedding Garden; re-plumbing of the Dragonfly restaurant for water conservation and hot water efficiency as part of the resort’s continuing sustainability programme; a fresh coat of paint for many of the buildings such as The Spa and Jammers restaurant; and overall upgrades to the infrastructure and roadways throughout Windjammer Landing.
Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort, which welcomed its first guests in 1989, was designed by Barbadian architect Ian Morrison to look like a Mediterranean village. Brick paths meander through more than 60 acres of lush landscaping, scented gardens, sparkling pools, covered walkways, and handpainted tiles. Ideal for couples, families, multi-generational travellers, singles and groups, Windjammer Landing is renowned for its welcoming atmosphere, friendly staff, extensive activities, and signature all-inclusive vacation.
The resort offers 353 sleeping rooms among 195 units, including villas, suites and standard hotel accommodations. Many of the villas feature their own private residential-size or plunge pool. Guests can enjoy “Barefoot Luxury” with the perfect balance of culture, health and wellness, entertainment, romance and adventure for vacationers of all ages.
Windjammer Landing has invested more than $7.1 million in resort-wide enhancements and the addition of four luxury North Point villas.