Capella Marigot Bay Resort and Marina has always held something of a mystique in the Saint Lucian consciousness. Hidden from sight from the coast, in addition to being a natural deep-water, safe harbor against stormy seas, the bay has also played a role in epic battles between the French and English. In more recent times, the place has been associated with the glamor of Hollywood and the lifestyles of the rich and famous. It was the setting for the 1967 movie classic Doctor Dolittle, starring Rex Harrison, and Superman II in 1980 and Creature in 1998.
Capella Marigot Bay Resort and Marina is a chic, boutique-style hotel with eco-lodge aspirations. Organically designed, and incorporating French colonial accents in its wooden stylings, the hotel maintains a luxurious yet earthy appeal. With 57 suites and 67 rooms over 30 acres, the hotel is ensconced on the hill over the bay. For something really special, opt for the opulent penthouse suite, beautifully appointed with full kitchen, outdoor jacuzzi, and spectacular views.
Auriga Spa whose namesake is a constellation in the northern hemisphere, has a distinctive approach to wellness and beauty based on the cycles of the moon. Indoor treatment rooms and outdoor cabanas make nature the central feature of this luxury spa.
If you are looking for a more animated holiday, the world-class Capella Marigot Resort Marina is home to all the amenities for the serious yachtsman and offers excellent charter and tour services. It is also a gateway for exploring the Grenadines, Tobago and the rest of the southern Caribbean.
Marigot is far away enough from the bustle of the northern tourist district but close enough that you can immerse yourself in the dynamic scene should you choose. Located mid-way down the west coast, it is ideally situated for access to the attractions of the south.
Dining options at Capella are aplenty! Check out Bayside Cafe, Rum Cave, The Grill at 14*61 and The Brut Bar.