LONDON, England — One of the Caribbean’s most anticipated new luxury hotels is set to launch next month. Situated on the remote island of Bequia, The Liming will officially open on 15 November, introducing a new concept of relaxation to ‘the island in the cloud’.
Managed by Inverlochy Castle Management International (ICMI), the new destination will offers escapists the chance to experience life a little differently as a largely unknown Caribbean concept ‘liming’ is introduced to the world.
Guests at The Liming will be immersed in an experience shaped by the philosophy that doing nothing is an art form. Whether guests choose to partake in a little relaxation while soaking amongst the bright Caribbean colours in a private infinity pool, or dine at the hotel’s exclusive restaurant set above the roof of the Caribbean Sea, with 360 views of the island, everything at the resort has been carefully considered to provide guests with the freedom to just be.
Norbert Lieder, managing director, ICMI, said: “We are very pleased to be launching The Liming next month. After many months of hard work we’re excited to finally reveal to guests this new destination that is unlike anywhere else in the world.
“As soon as you arrive on the island and step foot into the hotel you quickly realise that this is a unique and special place. It’s the real Caribbean and we’ve carefully designed a concept that embodies the local liming approach to life whilst maintaining the luxurious experience that we’re renowned for worldwide.
“The Liming is entirely set up to channel pure escapism – a world away from the stresses of reality – and we very much look forward to welcoming our first guests this November as they visit this unparalleled place.”
Guests of The Liming can choose from 13 private villas with one, two, four and five-bedroom available, set amid the outstanding natural beauty of the island.
Passing yachts will also have the chance to experience the hotel’s restaurant which will be overseen by award-winning chef Muskateen Sultan to boast a tantalising choice of locally-sourced ingredients and a menu including fresh island picked fruit, aromatic vegetables and ocean to table seafood served in bespoke ice troughs.
Reached by air or sea, Bequia’s closest connecting islands are Barbados, St Lucia and St Vincent.