On the west coast of St. Lucia, lies a land of unparalleled beauty and tranquility. Embraced by a lush tropical rainforest, Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort provides a magical destination for discerning travelers.
Sugar Beach Resort (formerly The Jalousie Plantation) is without question located in one of the most spectacular sites in the world - the majestic valley of the Pitons (Val des Pitons), which is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Once the site of an 18th Century sugar plantation, the resort spans over 100 acres of lushly landscaped grounds that sweep down to the stunning white sand Sugar Beach and the glimmering Caribbean Sea.
Each of the resort's Luxury Sugar Mill Rooms, Luxury Villas, Luxury Beachfront Bungalows and Residences, affords spectacular views of the Pitons or the Caribbean Sea and boast elegant plantation styling, four-poster beds, luxurious Egyptian cotton linens, personalized butler service and every modern amenity for a pampering stay.
Sugar Beach Resort features the indulgent world-class Rainforest Spa, a full PADI Certified dive facility, sumptuous waterfront dining, and chic bars and lounges ensure the quintessential St. Lucia resort vacation experience, all within close proximity to the isle’s top tourist attractions.The atmosphere is unobtrusive and lends to a truly intimate and relaxed experience.
Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort is located on the south western part of St. Lucia, about 3 miles outside the town of Soufriere, between the world famous Pitons. Soufriere is a historic town with the island’s main natural attractions; the drive-in volcano, botanical gardens and waterfalls are all in close proximity.
- 45 minute drive from Hewannorra International Airport (UVF)
- 90 minute drive from George F.L. Charles Airport (SLU)
Formerly a working sugar plantation, the property has a long history of owners including Lord Glenconner, famously known for his friendship with Princess Margaret, and the once famous proprietor of the Bang Restaurant. The resort is currently owned by Roger Myers and is coming to the end of a multimillion dollar transition that saw the property re-branded and re-launched as Sugar Beach, under the continued management of the Viceroy Hotel Group. Viceroy has managed the property since 2008.