The Westin Le Paradise is a luxury resort and condominium property located in St Lucia. The Westin Le Paradis St. Lucia Beach & Golf Resort encompasses nearly 600 acres and more than one mile of coastline. Owners can enjoy all of the amenities that would be expected from a Caribbean resort paradise, including a breathtaking Greg Norman designed 18-hole golf course to a world-class spa, pristine beaches, and WestinWORKOUT® Powered by Reebok Gym. The Westin Kids Club® will even keep the little ones active. With an average annual temperature of 80, it is easy to enjoy oneself. With condominiums ranging in size from one to three bedrooms, a piece of paradise can easily be yours. The resort is the country’s first fossil fuel independent property. The Westin was very serious about their environmental impact in building Le Paradis. They hired a St. Lucian environmental scientist, Peter Ernest, to help direct the resort’s environmental strategy. Ernest also mapped nature trails for guests to explore, “while saving the mangroves and beaches from disruption.”
Features and Amenities
The condo hotel at the Westin is a four-star property that has all the luxuries of life covered. The architecture of the property speaks to the island’s Anglo-French past, with colonial style structures and Caribbean tones. Units include gourmet Kitchens, Stone or Granite counter tops, upscale plumbing fixtures and designer interiors with furnishing packages. Plasma TV, high speed internet, central security and life safety systems come standard. Residents at Le Paradis enjoy a 1,200 square foot fitness center and 1,500 square foot Kid’s Club with pool and recreation center, as well as 25,000 square feet of conference facilities that include a ballroom and outdoor pavilions. Floodlit tennis courts, an equestrian center, casino amenities, entertainment lounges, bars, a resident beach club, upscale boutique ships, a world-class branded spa, five community pools, a golfing academy and a Greg Norman-designed signature 18-hole golf course make relaxation seem like a full time job; while a helipad and marina with 42 berths able to accommodate mega yachts up to 200 feet make getting to Le Paradis in style a cinch.
In St. Lucia there are seven new golf courses planned and designed respectively by golfing greats Greg Norman, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Christy O’Conner Jr. Ernie Els and Robert Trent Jones. These courses will profoundly affect tourism in St. Lucia as it will be officially recognized and promoted as a
golf destination and as such will be known as the Golfing Mecca of the Caribbean and a world golf destination.
St. Lucia is rapidly gaining attention as one of the Caribbean’s hottest new destinations.O Magazine recently named St. Lucia as one of the “Top 5 Places to See in Your Lifetime.”
St. Lucia has a delightful tropical climate with an average temperature of 77 degrees all year round. It offers stunning features – Rain forest, volcanoes, beautiful beaches, aquatic activities, friendly people and a dramatic coastline. Known for Eco-tourism, it is often noted for its breathtaking natural scenery. Enjoy hikes through the pristine, blue-green mountain Rain forest which is respected as a habitat for rare birds and plants.
The tiny islands to the south and east of St. Lucia are home to rare wildlife and birds, with several species that exist nowhere else in the world. St. Lucia is home to the world-famous twin Piton Mountains and the world’s only drive- through volcano at the Soufiere Sulphur Springs. The island is recognized as one of the world’s leading whale watching sites, with over 20 species regularly spotted throughout the year, including humpbacks, pilot whales, sperm whales and spinning and spotted dolphins.