LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has purchased Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France from the majority owner Adventurous Journeys Capital Partners and others for an undisclosed amount.
Located on the St. Barthélemy Island in the French West Indies, the five-star Hotel Saint-Barth Isle features 39 rooms, suites and villas, including Beach Room, Beach Junior Suite, Garden Bungalow, Garden Room and Fisherman’s Cottage.
Other amenities at the hotel include the Isle de France Spa, gymnasium, a freshwater pool, and a fitness centre with boutique, beach front pool with a bar, and other services.
Dining options at the hotel include Las Case d’Isle and La Cabane de l’Isle restaurants that offer French cuisine.
The acquisition is part of LVHM’s plan to meet the growing demand in the luxury hospitality sector through its hotel management division, which will operate the Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France and will offer guests with the group’s wines and spirits, perfumes, and cosmetic brands under the hospitality and spa services.
Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France joins LVMH’s Hotel Management portfolio that includes Cheval Blanc in Courchevel, a resort in France, the Sultanate of Oman and Paris at La Samaritaine, White 1921 in Saint-Tropez and Maisons Cheval Blanc that is currently being developed in the Maldives.
Founded by Ben Weprin, AJ Capital Partners purchased the Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France in 2010 under its plan to acquire, reposition and develop important resorts and hotels in popular destinations across the world.
Image: Lobby at the Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France in French West Indies. Photo: courtesy of Oetker Hotel Management Company.