Belmond La Samanna will reopen in St Martin following a chic restyle on December 10th.
Located within the island’s most prestigious French West Indies neighbourhood, overlooking Baie Longue’s mile-long white sands; the resort invites guests to indulge in elegant European cuisine, sip Champagne at sunset and explore the vibrant coastline’s designer boutiques and over 400 restaurants.
Belmond La Samanna offers the best of both worlds - a stylish private beach and spa oasis that embodies the island’s classic French spirit.
Flourishing under the art direction of ‘Pastel-chic’ is the resort’s 83 rooms and public spaces, which have been given a refresh by interior design firm MuzaLab, London.
Pastel blues, greens, pinks and peaches are inspired by the natural tones of the Caribbean Sea, shells and corals and are used alongside intricate and colourful botanical prints on fabrics, artworks, lighting and mirrors.
As guests explore the newly invigorated Baie Longue Bar, Trellis restaurant and main building, these playful colour palettes evoke a sense of place and allude to French romance.
Contributing to St Martin’s reputation as the Caribbean’s culinary capital - Belmond La Samanna reopens its sophisticated beachfront French restaurant Trellis - where dining is an occasion to dress up and remember; as the chefs serve up culinary masterpieces with European finesse.
The historic La Cave Wine Cellar is the largest private wine cellar in the Caribbean and offers a memorable dining and fine wine pairing experience curated by the Head Chef.
The resort’s new look Beach Bar is a glamorous nightspot by the water’s edge for a Champagne or cosmopolitan cocktail as the sun goes down.
A wide variety of activities cater for every taste and style seekers will love the many nearby designer boutiques and fashionable market stalls that line the colourful French capital of Marigot.