Pitons at Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort, St Lucia

Sugar Beach:
Work from paradise

The magnificent Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort, St. Lucia in the Caribbean now offers a ‘work from hotel’ experience from the white sands that gives it its name. Now all you have to do is take a picture of your own home for that Zoom background to ensure that you’re able to fool your green-eyed colleagues into thinking that you haven’t left.

We could try to dress this all up to give you a business-driven rationale as to why you should up sticks this winter and head out to the sunny Caribbean. But do we really need to persuade you take on the lifestyle of a digital nomad? Come on already; Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort is as close to paradise as it gets. And let’s face it, after the trials and tribulations of the last few months, you deserve it.

If you’ve got nothing to tie you down, why not set up your new home office on St. Lucia’s infamous Sugar Beach? While naturally, you’re there to work (rolls eyes), the turquoise blue water, 100 acres of lush rainforest and of course the landmark UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pitons will surely be a welcome change of scene to your life at home.

And if that’s not quite enough to convince you (some of us are harder to please than others), Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort provides the incentive for luxury WFHs (work from home-rs, or hotel-ers) to do so. From a private plunge pool to help cool off after an intense morning Zoom meeting, to delicately prepared meals to build your sustenance and productivity throughout the day, to spa therapies to help you relax … the resort will give you access to their full range of amenities and special treats to help you achieve the ultimate work-life balance.

Just remember to set that Zoom background up, whenever you dial in and switch on the ‘do not disturb’ sign so your private butler doesn’t inadvertently walk in with your complimentary bottle of Veuve Clicquot, mid-call. You won’t be able to explain your way out of that!

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Photography and video courtesy of Viceroy Hotels and Resorts