BodyHoliday St. Lucia offering 20% discount for parties over 20 and free weddings

The team at BodyHoliday St. Lucia are experts in creating truly unique and special weddings, personalised and tailored to guests. With a wedding planner on hand, all of the stress of planning will be taken away.

Nestled on the beachfront and with a focus on health and wellbeing, the resort is the perfect place to celebrate your special day. With luxurious daily spa treatments and bespoke activity and exercise programmes to ensure you are well rested in the run up to the main event, the intimate and romantic Caribbean backdrop will make for a nuptial to cherish forever.

Included in the complimentary Ever After Wedding:

  • Personal pre-arrival wedding consultant
  • Personal on-site wedding planner and dedicated resort wedding team
  • Preparation of marriage documents
  • Bridal bouquet and groom’s boutonnière
  • Pre-wedding bride and groom pampering experience (luxury manicure/pedicure, facial for the bride and a Time for 2 scrub for the bride and groom)
  • Wedding location – ceremony either on the beach under a gazebo or at the beautiful Coubaril Valley Temple
  • Decorated honeymoon room
  • An opportunity to learn to give each other a massage
  • Celebratory champagne breakfast in bed the morning following the ceremony
  • Champagne reception for the couple and four guests
  • Service of witnesses if required
  • Elegantly decorated dinner table with floral centerpiece for couple and four guests at the award-winning TAO fine-dining restaurant
  • Post wedding synergy (Time for 2 Aromatherapy massage)

Upgrades to the package are available.

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*In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the resort has implemented several new protocols to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all guests – and of course the extensive open air of the beachfront is the perfect location to naturally physically distance.

The Caribbean has been widely praised for its excellent handling of Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic. It was one of the first in the region to reopen to tourists on 4th June and cases have remained low throughout. The resort, which is Covid-19 certified and reopened on the 1st October, has undertaken rigorous measures to ensure the safety and wellbeing of guests and team members alike. The island currently has a no health risk status and has recently been voted as one of the safest destinations in the world.