The Bachelor takes off to the Caribbean as the series returns to the beautiful island of St. Lucia and to Cap Maison resort for the final episodes, including the season finale which airs on March 10 (the other episode aired on February 25).
It's a rekindled romance between this hit romance reality series and St. Lucia, which first filmed on island and at Cap Maison in 2010.
The newest Bachelor, Juan Pablo Galavis, will reside at Cap Maison and come one step closer to completing his family. The Bachelor airs on Mondays at 8/7c on ABC. Can't wait until airtime to see the resort? Check out Cap Maison's live SunCam for views of the sea from the resort.
When Juan Pablo Galavis, a former professional soccer player from Venezuela, stepped out of the limo last season to meet Bachelorette Desiree Hartsock, he also stepped into the hearts of female fans across the country, women who were taken with his sincerity, easy-going charm and good looks. The dashing single dad, devoted to his young daughter, Camila, was ready to find love. Despite failing to win Desiree's heart, Juan Pablo became one of the most talked-about men of the season. Now he's back with another chance to find the love of his life and a wife - as well as a stepmother to his daughter - from among 27 beautiful bachelorettes.
Cap Maison, set on a dramatic four-acre cliff just north of popular Rodney Bay, features 50 artfully appointed suites and guest rooms. Cliff at Cap, the resort's signature restaurant with breathtaking panoramic views of the Caribbean, holds the Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator magazine.
To celebrate The Bachelor at Cap Maison, the resort is offering "The Bachelor Suite" Romance Package. Rates start at $532 per room, per night based on double occupancy, and include five nights in a luxury Villa Suite with sea and sunset views (private pool and Jacuzzi options available); daily full breakfast at Cliff at Cap restaurant; champagne upon arrival and champagne on Rock Maison complete with red rose; $100 resort credit for use at Spa Maison or resort restaurants and a sunset cruise with drinks on Cap Maison 1, the resort's own luxury power yacht (may be part of larger group but never more than 12).
The offer valid through December 19. The all-inclusive rate is also available, starting at $740 per room, per night based on double occupancy, five-night minimum stay.