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Renovation brings more hotel options to St. Barths

Do you need a reason to St. Barths? Well, if the destination itself isn't enough of a reason, check out the latest renovations at the Hotel Christopher. It's tucked away on Pointe MIlou and new offers two refurbished restaurants (Taino and Mango) and a refreshed lobby and concept store, Linde Gallery. Eleven rooms have been redecorated, and the pool has been transformed completely (it's also the largest on the island).

The next phase of the renovation comes in May, with three new suites. They will be 880 sqft each – bedroom, living room and large terrace. Also, 10 junior suites and six poolside superior rooms are on the way (to complement the 41 rooms and suites the hotel already has).

"We are extremely excited about the renovations at Hotel Christopher," says General Manager, Christian Langlade. "Always looking for ways to enhance the overall experience, we wanted to make sure our guests experience Hotel Christopher as a luxurious home in a soothing and unique setting. With each room offering superb sea views, the exceptional dining options at Mango and Taino and the modern Caribbean decor, we feel we've set the bar for casual luxury on St. Barths."

Filed under: Hotels and Accommodations, Caribbean

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