St. Lucia’s Coco Palm Boutique Hotel in Talks with JetBlue

St. Lucia’s popular Coco Palm boutique hotel in Rodney Bay Village is getting ready for JetBlue Airways’ inaugural service to the island, which starts on October 26.

This week, Coco Palm’s staff met Frances Liu, business development analyst with the airline, to discuss the property’s inclusion in JetBlue’s growing Getaways vacation package program. She said that they appraised the synergies between the award-winning hotel and airline products and she was extremely pleased with JetBlue’s hands-on approach to working with the island’s resort community. JetBlue intends to operate its St. Lucia service with spacious 150-seat Airbus A320 aircraft, featuring comfortable leather seats.


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