Marigot Bay Resort & Marina renovations and new restaurant completed

Posted in News on 12 February, 2018

Marigot Bay Resort & Marina in Saint Lucia has completed the renovations of renovations to its coveted marina. With the new Hurricane Hole Bar & Restaurant, a fully revamped boardwalk as well as an expanded resort dining patio deck, Marigot Bay Marina further highlights its title as Saint Lucia’s premier marina.

Marigot Bay Marina Renovations

Marigot Bay Marina is a luxury destination in its own right. Hosting super yachts and their owners from around the world, this marina accommodates some of the biggest super yachts in the world, offering them safe harbour and a luxury resort which is open year. The Marina has 42 berths and 20 mooring buoys, with berthing for yachts up to 280ft in length and up to 20ft drafts.

Marina upgrades include the expansion to the Rum Cave dining patio which now extends into the marina and offers additional seating in a quiet and welcoming environment. Also included is the brand new over-water gazebo pavilion, ideal for intimate wedding ceremonies surrounded by the bright turquoise of the Caribbean Sea. The gazebo joins a reimagined bridge, featuring a refreshed walkway and clean finishing.

New Hurricane Hole Bar & Restaurant

Offering extensive views of Marigot Bay, the newly opened Hurricane Hole is an informal, fun culinary outdoor option for resort guests, boaters and locals. Marigot Bay is historically known as a “hurricane hole” – a widely recognised safe haven to shelter large boats from storms—inspiring the restaurant’s name. Visitors can enjoy a selection of international dishes and finger food, as well as traditional regional favourites with a modern interpretation and Caribbean flair. Recipes will use fresh, locally grown ingredients and will bring together the flavours of Saint Lucia, flawlessly executed by Marigot Bay Resort and Marina’s Executive Chef Billy Boyle and his dynamic team.

From Rainforest Granola at breakfast to Pan Seared Mahi Mahi and Peanut Rum Cheesecake at lunch and dinner, guests can enjoy mouthwatering dishes throughout the day. Saint Lucian favourites will include saltfish and plantains, as well as the award winning signature Hurricane Hole cooler and delicious seasonal smoothies. With a homemade cocktail in hand and the familiar sounds of reggae, calypso and rumba, relax by the crystal clear waters of Hurricane Hole Restaurant & Bar and watch the world go by on both land and sea!

“This is an exciting time for our resort and the destination of Marigot Bay. Our resort is known as a luxury getaway for both regional and international travellers, and now we are providing our guests with an easy bayside dining option,” said Daniel Canas, General Manager of Marigot Bay Resort & Marina. “We’ve seen an incredible response from locals since the opening of Hurricane Hole, which we think is a strong testament to the new dining hub’s authentic island spirit.”

Marigot Bay Resort & Marina

Surrounded by luscious natural vegetation and the bright turquoise of the Caribbean Sea, Marigot Bay Resort & Marina effortlessly blends original personality, bespoke design and gracious personal service. Offering 124 impeccably designed guest rooms and suites, 2 infinity pools, a swim up bar, a Rum Cave, the Auriga Spa and multiple dining options, find paradise at Marigot Bay Resort. Under the direction of Executive Chef Billy Boyle, the resort’s signature restaurant, The Grill at 14⁰61⁰, showcases modern Caribbean cuisine with quality local ingredients and seasonal dishes through relationships with nearby farmers and fishermen.

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