St. Barth Properties Adds Palmier Royal Estate in Marigot Bay

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St. Barth Properties has announced the addition of its newest listing to its rental portfolio, the Palmier Royal Estate. Located above Marigot Bay and offering direct beach access, the estate provides 13 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 26 guests.

The first compound of the Palmier Royal Estate includes two first-floor master bedrooms, two downstairs bunk rooms and two heated pools. Adjacent to the compound is Turtle Cottage, which includes a living room, kitchenette, two bedrooms and a Jacuzzi.

The next compound at the estate consists of two buildings. Tropical gardens surround a third heated pool and the compound’s covered terraces, furnished for alfresco dining.

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Six more pavilions, each with its own private terrace, are spread throughout the rest of the Palmier Royal Estate. A gazebo with an ocean view is also available for guests to gather and relax in. A seaside deck, equipped with a paddleboard, kayak and outside shower, provides another space for gathering.

Palmier Royal Estate is the latest addition to St. Barth Properties’ Grand Cru Collection, which provides for extra amenities and services including turn-down service seven days a week. The location is designed to host extended family vacations and corporate retreats.  The estate is currently booked through the 2018 holiday season, but 2019 availability can be booked upon request.

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