Filed under: Luxury Travel & Hotels
Buccament Bay Resort, a new luxury resort on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, has announced its soft opening. The 368-room resort is the first from the new hotel brand, Harlequin Hotels & Resorts. The resort offers both hotel suites and beachfront villas. The resort has several restaurants and lounges including Jack's Steak and Seafood, Arlecchino Italian fine dining, Trader Vic's offering a blend of Pacific Island, Asian and American cuisine, Ginger & Co. Asian fusion restaurant, and The Bay Beach Club serving drinks and snacks throughout the day. The Pearl, Buccament Bay's resident galleon ship, offers cruises with drinks and a buffet.
The resort offers plenty to do including the tennis at the Pat Cash Tennis Academy. The resort is the first Caribbean destination to feature a partnership with a football (American soccer) club with the opening of the Liverpool Football Club Soccer School. Courses will be available for children of five years and up and the facilities will also be available for professional teams to undertake pre-season training. The theatrically minded can take classes at the Harlequin Performing Arts Academy with classes for children and master classes can also be arranged for aspiring adults. There is also a diving and watersports center. The Alaia Spa offers both traditional beauty and spa treatments indoors as well as outdoor treatment suites.
The resort marina has berths for cruising yachts and offshore anchoring mooring buoys for larger yachts. Additional resort amenities include several boutiques, a white sand beach, swimming pools with concierge service, a children's pool, business center, Teen Club, babysitting and Little Harlequins, Buccament Bay Resort's signature kid's club. Room rates start around $400 per night.