Sandals Halcyon Beach Resort Introduces Two New Room Categories

Sandals Halcyon Beach Resort has introduced two new luxury room categories: Crystal Lagoon Walkout Swim-up Club Level and Crystal Lagoon Poolside Luxury.

The newly renovated Crystal Lagoon Walkout Swim-up Club Level rooms are located on the ground levels of the Mon Repus, Vieux Fort, Prasline and Roseau buildings. Guests enter through their own private walkout patio near a Crystal Lagoon pool. Bedrooms feature a king-size bed, smart TV and an in-room refrigerator stocked with spirits and wine. Since these rooms are exclusive Club Sandals accommodations, a dedicated concierge will be available to deal with special requests and reservations, including spa appointments.

The Crystal Lagoon Poolside Luxury rooms include a private balcony and are found on the second levels of the Mon Repus, Vieux Fort, Prasline and Roseau buildings. These rooms include a king-size bed, smart TV, Robert Mondavi varietal wines and a refrigerator stocked with bottled water, juice, soda and local beer.

DAILY NEWS & DEALS NEWSLETTER

Like this story? Subscribe to Daily News & Deals!

Featuring breaking news on the latest product launches, deals, sales promotions, and executive appointments. Be sure to sign-up for this free industry daily newsletter.

As part of these changes, the St. Lucia resort will be doing away with several of its old room categories. This includes the property’s Honeymoon Hideaway Luxury Poolside Room, Honeymoon Hideaway Walkout Poolside Room, Halcyon Hideaway Deluxe Room and Halcyon Hideaway Deluxe Walkout Room. Guests who have made reservations for one of these categories will be automatically upgraded.

Related Stories

Saint Lucia Celebrates Launch of JetBlue Mint Service from Boston

Saint Lucia Properties Are Providing a Vacation Guarantee for Hurricane Season

Sandals Builds 50 Luxury Suites at Sandals Royal Barbados

Sandals and Beaches Resorts Launch Travel Agent Sweepstakes

Suggested Articles:

MMGY Global CEO Clayton Reid expects that travel industry recovery will happen "sooner than people can see clearly today." Read more here.

After the House approved the $2 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package on Friday, President Donald Trump signed the bill into law. Read more here.

From Thailand to Nepal, tourists across Asia are finding their vacations turning to nightmares as airlines cancel flights and countries close borders.