Elite Island Resorts Acquires Resort in St. Lucia

Elite Island Resorts, a collection of beachfront resorts in the Caribbean, recently announced its acquisition of the former Almond Morgan Bay St. Lucia, now renamed Morgan Bay Beach Resort, St. Lucia.

Morgan Bay Beach Resort is set amid 25 acres of hillside gardens tucked into a private cove on the northern coast of St. Lucia.

The all-inclusive, beachfront resort features 345 guestrooms and suites, offering ocean and tropical garden views. The well-appointed accommodations span a variety of categories, including one-bedroom suites and family suites.

Other Elite Island Resorts properties include Galley Bay Resort & Spa, St. James’s Club & Villas and Verandah Resort & Spa, all in Antigua. Other resorts in Elite Island Resorts' portfolio include LaSource and Mount Cinnamon in Grenada; Long Bay Beach Resort & Villas in Tortola; Palm Island Resort in St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Oceans Hotels in Barbados and Paradise Cove in Anguilla.

Visit www.eliteislandresorts.com and www.morganbayresort.com

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