St. Lucia Hotel Rebrand
The Harbor Club, a Hilton Curio Collection, the hotel announced a rebranding. Lester Scott, the new general manager, stated the hotel would have a new “lifestyle.” The new brand will have updated dining, daily entertainment, and “signature excursions.”
Scott was happy to take part in the new project. He understands the potential Harbor Club can offer. The hotel is already one of the newer locations on the island, with a great location on the harbor, hence the name. Travelers who come to St. Lucia will find adventure, incredible food, and entertainment all at an affordable cost.
The hotel already debuted 14 North, an eatery on the top floor, with vistas of Rodney Bay and Pigeon Island. The restaurant provides Caribbean-Asian items. The Sushi Bar has relocated, along with Julia’s, which is an all-day service restaurant. Julia’s offers farm-to-table items.
The weekly entertainment will fit things like burgers and beers night, plus Sunday brunch. The Harbor Club is also providing regular cruises at sunset, starting on Thursdays. The cruises will leave the dock each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night for now. However, when the season picks up, there may be more opportunities for guests to go on a sunset cruise.
The cruises leave the dock at four pm and return at seven pm. The cost for guests is $80. For those who are not staying at the hotel, the price is $95.
To have fun at the beach, guests will need to ride a water taxi to Pigeon Island. The Harbor Club opened in 2017, with a bit of renovation in 2018, and is now undergoing a rebrand. The hotel has 115 rooms and suites for guests to choose from and enjoy their holiday on the island.
The Harbor Club is not the only place one can stay, but with such renovations and rebrands happening, it may interest visitors to check it out.