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Le Barthelemy Hotel & Spa Wants You To Self Isolate In Style

As more and more international destinations begin opening back up to international travelers after the global travel ban in response to the coronavirus pandemic, planning a trip abroad can be a welcomed—albeit daunting—experience for avid travelers looking to get away while respecting ongoing World Health Organization guidelines—and for good reason.

As much as we’re all itching to hop on a plane and jet off to a tropical destination, the idea of potentially spreading the virus unknowingly or contracting it while abroad remains top of mind for many mindful flyers.

Thankfully, as many hotel properties across the globe begin reopening to international travelers, the news also come with a whole new set of health and safety guidelines as well as unique experiences that make social distancing and extended stays very comfortable for conscious travelers hoping to get away without bending the World Health Organization’s guidelines.

Le Barth Villa Rental in St. Barts, for example, is ready to welcome international guests who are eager to travel but want to do so in a safe and smart manner. The luxury villas offer wide open spaces, private accommodations, and all the natural wonders one would expect from the French-speaking Caribbean island.

Recently launched from the creators of Le Barthelemy Hotel & Spa, Le Barth Villa Rental offers over 150 prestigious villas ranging from two-bedroom cliffside cottages to ultra-luxurious six-bedroom oceanfront beach houses with gourmet kitchens and private pools.

Each full-service villa will come equipped with 24/7 concierge services, private roundtrip transfers between airport to residences, daily delivered fresh breakfasts, and more prestigious amenities.

As Le Barth Villa Rental slowly reopens, the hospitality brand will follow enhanced hygiene protocols and guaranteed booking flexibility with free cancellation up to 10 days prior to arrival for any last minute changes in plans or international travel restrictions.

“As we enter this new era of travel, guests will seek more privacy, spacious rooms and meticulous cleaning standards during their vacations,” says Guillaume Bichot, General Manager for Le Barth Villa Rental. “Our villas are in a unique position to meet this demand, blending our couture service and tailor-made experiences with the relaxed comfort and amenities of your own home.  We’re beyond excited to roll out the red carpet and welcome guests back to our beautiful island.”

Travelers looking for an autumnal escape will have the chance to book the original Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, which will reopen on October 28, 2020 with the same enhanced measures and amenities that will place emphasis on both guest privacy, personalization, and proper health and safety protocols as recommended by world health organizations.

The luxury boutique hotel includes 46 rooms and suites, all of which are guaranteed an “ultra-private” experience that includes personal outdoor enclaves, room service breakfast, private yoga and fitness sessions, and luxurious in-room La Mer spa treatments.

Additional information about Le Barth’s new health and safety protocols and how to book your own escape can be found at the official Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa website.

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