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Six Top Hotels in St Barths Announce Re-Opening Dates

June 14 update.  WIMCO is pleased to share the news that six of the Top Hotels in St Barths have now announced re-opening dates for the 2018-2019 vacation season. Our hotel reservations department can research availability, recommend best available rooms and make reservations for all of the top hotels on St Barths. The reopenng dates that follow have been confirmed in writing by each hotel, however we recommend calling WIMCO at 1-401-849-8012 or writing to info@wimco.com to confirm before making travel plans.

Cheval Blanc St Barth Isle de France hotel – reopening December 1, 2018

This signature St Barths hotel on Flamands beach reopens on Dec 1 after a significant renovation of its rooms (34 hotel rooms, 4 one-bedroom suites and 2 beachfront villas), its Guerlain spa, the White Bar and its two dining areas – La Canane de I’isle on the beach, and La Case de I’isle – both overseen by chef Yann Vinsot.

Cheval Blanc Hotel in St. Barthelemy also known as st barts

Cheval Blanc Hotel St. Barthelemy

Le Barthelemy Hotel & Spa – reopening October 28th, 2018.

New news includes the addition of two- and three-bedroom beachfront suites, enhanced spa and re imagined, innovative dining spaces that include a late night, rooftop bar.

 Best Hotels in St Barts - Le Barthelemy hotel also known as st barts

Image Credit: www.lebarthelemyhotel.com

 Hotel Le Toiny – Reopening October 15th, 2018.

New news includes the addition of eight villa suites – each with kitchen, terrace, ocean-view pool and lush landscaping for privacy. A few will feature two-story split floor plans with tranquil views of Toiny Bay. The popular Toiny Beach club will reopen at the same time.

Hotel Le Toiny, St. Barth, Restaurant at Hotel Le Toiny, st. barts

Image Credit: www.letoiny.com

Hotel Christopher St Barth – Reopening October 17th, 2018.

 The hotel’s 42 rooms and suites have been renovated and updated as has the Spa Sisley with a new fitness room and equipment. The infinity pool has been relined with mosaics, and the Taino and Mango restaurants offer new menus under the direction of chef Nicolas Tissier.

Hotel Christopher, st. barths also known as st barts

Hotel Christopher

Le Sereno Hotel – Reopening November 17, 2018

The relaunch will include a new restaurant, totally redesigned rooms (including new family suites with private pools), a new gym, and enhanced spa facilities.

Le Sereno Hotel st barths also known as st barts

Le Sereno Hotel

Eden Rock Hotel – Reopening December 22, 2018

This historic property on St Jean bay features 34 rooms and suites, all of which have been renovated and improved by design studio Martin Brudnizki, and two suites with pools have been added.  The Sand Bar remains the culinary heart of the hotel. The menus remain under the direction of chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten

Eden Rock Hotel St. Barths also known as st barts

Eden Rock Hotel

Four hotels in St Barths whose reopening dates have not yet been specified, yet who plan to reopen in the 2018-2019 season:

– Guanahani Hotel, Marigot bay

Guanahan Hotel St. barths also known as st barts

– Emmeraude Plage Hotel, St Jean beach

Emerald Plage Hotel St barths also known as st barts

Tropical Hotel, St Jean

Tropical Hotel St. Barths also known as st barts

– Carl Gustaf hotel, Gustavia

Carl Gustaf hotel st barths also known as st barts

WIMCO can take reservations for all of these hotels now, and will update reopening dates and availability as needed as we approach the unofficial start of the season on November 1, 2018. Visit our WIMCO St Barths hotel collection for information on all hotels in St Barths including Les Islets de la Page on St Jean beach, Villa Marie hotel in Colombier and Baie des Anges hotel on Flamands beach.

WIMCO also represents 355 private villas on St Barths, featuring the premier concierge service operation. Inquiries for villa rentals can be sent to the villa reservations department info@wimco.com or to 1-401-849-8012.

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