Rendezvous St. Lucia Rebranded as StolenTime by Rendezvous

Rendezvous St. Lucia is relaunching as StolenTime by Rendezvous. The all-inclusive boutique resort is sister property to BodyHoliday and part of SunSwept Resorts. The new name comes from its “StolenTime” concept, which encourages guests to “steal time away” from the pressures of everyday life. In other big news, since 1966, the resort had been an all-inclusive, couples-only property; however, that changed this year as the team is expanding the offering to all adults.

Situated within a seven-acre tropical garden on St Lucia’s northwest coast, set on two miles of beach, the resort offers 100 guestrooms, including 43 suites, three restaurants and three bars, including the Champagne Bar. Dining outlets include the Malabar Beach Club, the Terrace Restaurant overlooking the Caribbean Sea and The Trysting Place Restaurant. Private dining experiences can also be arranged. The Spa in the Water Garden offers a range of body and beauty treatments.

Breakfast In Bed
Breakfast in Bed (StolenTime by Rendezvous)

To maximize connection while at StolenTime by Rendezvous, the team has created several themes called “Stolen Moments” to inspire guests and enrich relationships. These include soft adventure, professional idling, F&B experiences and activities for guests to learn new things and develop skills. “Stolen Moments” include mixology competitions, massage lessons, a Castries Market walk, scuba diving, salsa dancing, organized hikes, tennis lessons, cooking classes, yoga and Pilates, archery and meditation, besides water sports and evening entertainment. Themes include rekindling connection (particularly important after the pandemic), healing, making up for missed milestones and focusing on emotional wellbeing.

Rates are inclusive of full-board accommodation; all beverages (including alcohol and wine by the bottle at dinner); land and water sports (including motorized water sports, guided scuba boat dives and unlimited tennis with an on-site professional); weekly manager’s cocktail party; and nightly entertainment. Travel advisors currently receive 13 percent commission for all bookings.

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