Friends of Calabash Cove.
Our team is working hard to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for your visit to the Helen of the West Indies. This includes:
- Stepping up Team members sensitization
- Refocusing on cleaning and sanitizing procedures.
- Disinfecting surfaces more frequently.
- Providing hand sanitizer in contact areas and making them available upon request.
- Maintaining contact with local authorities for further updates
We ensure together with the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Authority and Government agencies best practices are maintained.
We want to guarantee you can book new visits with confidence. Therefore we are temporarily suspending our cancellation policy for any bookings made from March 14th 2020. This applies to bookings for travel through to August 1, 2020.
If you need to change your travel plans, we’ll credit the full amount of your stay towards a visit within 1 year of your original travel dates. Rate differences may apply for date changes.
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As concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to rise, Calabash Cove is doing everything we can to ensure the safety and security of our guests and team members.
Coronavirus cases in the Caribbean are negligible and here is the latest UK government travel advisory for Saint Lucia.
Saint Lucia has 2 confirmed cases. The Department of Health and Wellness extended the travel restrictions of persons with a travel history within the last 14 days to :
Hong Kong, Republic of Korea, Japan, Italy and Singapore effective Wednesday, February 26 at 12 a.m.
We note an escalation in the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 cases internationally as well as the spread to 122 countries outside of China, including the Caribbean
Travel restrictions have been extended to persons with a travel history within the last 14 days to include Spain, Mainland France, Germany and Iran and the United Kingdom effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 12 a.m. The Government of Saint Lucia is working with the authorities from Martinique in defining the terms of the commute between the two countries.
Persons who travel from the United States within the last 14 days who develop respiratory signs and symptoms will be isolated and tested for COVID-19.