Auberge Seraphine, Vigie, Castries, Saint Lucia Castries ( Castries, LC ) Built

$3,600,000 USD


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  • Type: Other
  • Style: Single Story
  • Bedrooms: 28
  • Bathrooms: 28
  • Size: 25,126 sq. ft.
  • Development Level: Built
  • Year Built: 1993


Waterfront Hotel Auberge Seraphine , Vigie, Castries,St Lucia

Commercial Property - Hotel or Other Hospitality Usage

A place of interest in Saint Lucia’s marine history, Ganter’s Bay in Castries is also the location of
“Hotel Auberge Seraphine”, built in 1993 and operated since then by a St. Lucian family.

Overlooking the masts of the day charter boats and the grandeur cruise ships as they visit Saint Lucia, this is a solid investment opportunity with its additional revenue streams from its in-demand restaurant, bar and conference rooms etc. This property maintains a very good reputation with its business clientele as seen from its high level of repeat from this niche.

The attraction and value of this property lends itself to a range of other business/investment opportunities because of its design and unique location.

Its waterside position offers charming day- and night-time views from the spacious restaurant, outdoor entertainment areas and private balconies, sweeping from the property’s picturesque lily pond with a famous ‘tree of egrets’, across calm harbour waters to the silhouette of historic Morne Fortune south of the capital.

The property is just a few minutes’ drive from GFL Charles Airport which is serviced by regional airlines and private jets with connections to most other Caribbean islands.

It is also in close proximity to Castries city center, which makes “Auberge Seraphine” the hotel of choice for Caribbean and international business travelers looking for the convenience of location with serenity and ambience.

This charming bayside property has come on the market at a time when the capital, including the surrounding area of Pointe Seraphine, is targeted for further touristic development. The island’s main cruise ship terminal currently welcomes some of the largest and newest passenger vessels in the region and is home to a great selection of duty-free shops, local vendors, cafes and bars.


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