Hermitage Bay, a luxury resort on the west coast of Antigua, is adding two brand-new Beachfront Suites.
These two new suites will increase the number of spacious, freestanding suites from 25 to 27. Currently there are five Beachfront Suites.
The new suites will easily blend into the 140 acres of undeveloped land and the resort is expected to maintain its private, secluded feel. The two new suites should be completed in time for the holiday season at the resort and will commence building while the resort is closed this fall.
All the suites at Hermitage Bay feature a stylish decor, rich walls and soft ambient lighting and the new suites will be built in exactly the same style for continuity and sense of place.
The suites will be constructed from purpleheart, greenheart and other woods from sustainably managed forests in Guyana. The decor is one of natural luxury – white linens, ivory cushions and creamy white walls soften the rich hues of the wooden floor and furniture. Each suite will have a spacious, split-level, open-plan living and sleeping area, ensuite bathroom, outdoor shower and covered sun-deck with a small dining area, double day bed and plantation chairs.