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Val des Pitons
P.O. Box 251
La Baie de Silence, Soufriere Saint Lucia
T: +1 758 456 8000
F: +1 758 459 7667
Email

Reservations:
800 235 4300 (USA), International: +1 758 456 8000

Hurricane Updates for St. Lucia

Sugar Beach, St. Lucia aerial view

For more information about bookings, availability and special packages, contact the reservations team at sb.reservations@viceroyhoteslandresorts.com or telephone +1 758 485 1464.

Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort returns to business as usual after Hurricane Maria

News release
September 19, 2017

Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort has reassured its travel partners and future guests that the resort on the Eastern Caribbean island of St Lucia remains unaffected by the passage of Hurricane Maria.

The Government of St Lucia has discontinued the Tropical Storm Warning issued yesterday and Hewanorra International Airport is expected to open at 10.00am this morning.

The storm is expected to pass over the Northern Leeward Islands over the next few days. Once again, St Lucia has been spared from any major impact from this system.

At Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort, team members are ready to welcome new guests and continue to serve those already staying.

Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort Safe Haven as Irma Hits Islands in the Northern Leewards

News release
September 5, 2017

Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort has reassured its travel partners and future guests that the resort on the Eastern Caribbean island of St Lucia remains unaffected by the passage of Hurricane Irma.

The storm is expected to pass over the Northern Leeward Islands over the next few days, some 278 nautical miles (320 miles) north of St Lucia and the Windward Islands.

"I hope all my colleagues and friends up north weather the storm in a safe way. This storm is predicted to be the worst since Hurricane Wilma in 2005. The effect on our neighboring islands and their economies will be devastating and our thoughts and prayers are with all the communities that Irma will come in contact with," Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort, General Manager, Mark Sterner said.

"We are relieved that we have been spared any ill effects from this storm and wish to send this clear message to our travel partners and guests planning their trips. The Caribbean is a large region and it is not unusual for storms to affect certain areas, while others feel little impact—and this is certainly the case for St Lucia in this instance," he added. "With this in mind, we would like to invite any travelers whose plans to travel to the Northern Caribbean have been spoiled by Irma, to consider Sugar Beach as an alternative. We would be delighted to welcome you."