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Bodyholiday Appoints New General Manager

Accomplished Hospitality Professional Pascal Bertrand Joins Management Team in Saint Lucia

CASTRIES, LC. September 13, 2017 – BodyHoliday, Saint Lucia’s premiere all-inclusive wellness resort, is pleased to announce the appointment of Pascal Bertrand as General Manager. A seasoned veteran of the hospitality industry, Pascal brings over 30 years of experience, expertise, and passion to the resort.

In his new role as General Manager, Pascal will oversee all aspects of the resort’s operations, including food and beverage, staff management, recruitment, and development, amongst other daily operational tasks. Following a number of senior posts in the international hospitality sector, Pascal will help guide BodyHoliday’s current initiatives while working to implement additional strategies to keep the resort at the forefront of innovation and continue its legacy as one of the top destinations on the island.

Before joining BodyHoliday, Pascal spent 10 years with The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company and 10 years with LUX* Resorts & Hotels in various positions including General Manager, Hotel Operations Executive, and Corporate Operations Manager. Most recently the General Manager at Azuri, Pascal comes to BodyHoliday with a vast knowledge of the luxury hotel landscape.

“We are thrilled to welcome Pascal to our team of leaders,” said Andrew Barnard, Deputy Managing Director of SunSwept Resorts. “His passion, leadership, and knowledge of the hotel industry make him an extremely valuable asset to the resort and our guests.”

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BodyHoliday, St. Lucia’s premiere all-inclusive resort dedicated to health and wellness, is a 155-room all-inclusive resort that sits directly on a secluded bay and is surrounded by 42 acres of lush tropical gardens. Honoring its commitment to restorative care, rates include daily spa treatments and a variety of on-site health and fitness classes, including nutrition, meditation, sailing, fencing, archery, yoga, Pilates, scuba diving, wakeboarding, Tai-Chi, and more. To book a future reservation, or for additional information, please visit

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