Following the difficulties of this past year, there has been an overwhelming increase in demand for private holidays or buy-out villas, with many people making higher investments in trips so they can hire out larger properties and stay with friends and family. Demand has never been greater for villa bookings, with indulgent experiences also proving very popular.
BodyHoliday’s new Hibiscus Villa is the perfect location for those who are seeking a private stay with close friends and family, allowing the potential for quality time after months of being apart during lockdown. Hibiscus Villa accommodates up to six people (three en-suite bedrooms) and is just a two-minute walk from the award-winning BodyHoliday Resort. Combine a secluded villa stay with the transformative treatment programmes of BodyHoliday, and you’re truly on to a post-lockdown holiday winner.
With a spectacular expansive deck and a lush tropical garden, Hibiscus boasts breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and is located directly facing Pigeon Island in St. Lucia. Hibiscus joins the stunning collection of Oasis villas that opened at the end of 2019, all offering the ultimate private experience.
The Caribbean has also recently been named a ‘green’ holiday destination by The Telegraph, suggesting that it will become one of the first and safest places for UK citizens to travel to once restrictions are lifted.
About The Wellness Centre: BodyHoliday has a 33-treatment room wellness centre, is renowned for its unique approach to health, fitness and wellbeing, combing knowledge from the west and wisdom from the east.
Guests are offered everything from world leading medically endorsed preventative therapies, through to Ayurveda, beauty and pampering treatments, and a range of activities that would keep guests busy from dawn until dusk, if they so choose. Experiences at BodyHoliday are designed by guests with personalisation taken to another level. It can be a haven of serenity or a hive of activity, all with the same goal in mind – to change lives.
Here the range of activities and approaches on offer reflect the ebbs and flows of real life, allowing for a real shift in perspective for people to incorporate into their lives back home. Guests can find a balance and choice, from strict weight loss diets to indulgent fine-dining, high intensity workouts with Olympic athletes to sleep-inducing Ayurvedic massages; the list goes on.
Covid-19 Safety Measures: The beautiful island of St Lucia has been widely praised for its excellent handling of Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic. It was one of the first in the Caribbean to reopen to tourists on 4th June. The resort, which is Covid-19 certified and reopened on the 1st October, has undertaken rigorous measures to ensure the safety and wellbeing of guests and team members alike. The island has recently been praised for being one of the safest destinations in the world.