First and foremost, your safety and well-being are always our top priority. While St. Bart’s is officially a Covid-19 free territory as of May 11, 2020, we will remain vigilant upon reopening and are placing even more of a focus on the details that matter so you can be at ease when visiting us. Beginning this Summer, we will increase the sanitation and hygiene protocol following the guidelines from CDC, WHO, and St. Bart’s Territory.
Not only is this move better for the environment and supports our sustainability efforts, but it will also help to avoid unnecessary high-touch surfaces. Our check-in and check-out process will be handled seamlessly electronically, and our food and beverage menus will be available electronically as well.
Need to cancel or postpone? No worries. We’ve implemented a very flexible booking policy so you can feel comfortable in your future decisions to stay with us. You may cancel your booking up to 10 days before your arrival date in the summer with zero penalties and rebook all stays up to 12-months after original travel date.
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In summary, travelers returning from St. Barts are able to travel freely and do not have to follow any mandatory quarantines applied to Schengen countries at the moment. We will continue to track the State Department and CDC’s websites for any updates.
St. Barts and the French West Indies as defined by the U.S. State Department (Guadalupe, Martinique, French Saint Martin and St. Barts) currently has a normal/low travel advisory and is ranked Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions, meaning Americans are able to travel to and from St. Barts and the French West Indies without difficulty once the airlines resume services. The U.S. State Department travel advisory levels are:
The CDC has also developed a four level ranking for international travel and has ranked St. Barts at Level 3: widespread ongoing transmission without restrictions on entry to the U.S. and recommends against nonessential travel, but we will track this for any updates. Please note, Level 3 is the global baseline at the moment. Updated on 6/2/20, please visit the website for the latest update
To view an interactive map with the CDC’s travel rankings, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/map-and-travel-notices.html
Upon returning from CDC Level 2 and Level 3 countries, each state in the U.S. has dictated their own “Stay at Home” or self-isolation guidelines for travelers. Americans who are traveling to St. Barts this summer should not have difficulty with U.S. immigration regarding quarantines/self-isolation, and will plan for self-isolation per their state’s recommendations, which are re-evaluated approximately every 14 days.