IDC redesigns rooms at The BodyHoliday LeSport

Miami-based design team creates wellness-inspired spaces at Saint Lucia resort.

The BodyHoliday LeSport wellness resort and spa, located on St. Lucia, renovated its Grand Luxury Ocean Front Rooms and Junior Suites. International Design Concepts overhauled the British Colonial style of the rooms to create spaces that highlight the landscape of the surrounding resort.

IDC used materials and colors inspired by ocean and driftwood, with the main color palette including blues, gray and cerused oak wood tones. The floors now have light porcelain wood tile in a staggered pattern, evoking the feeling of wood flooring. Both styles of rooms were redone with open floor plans and sea-facing balcony decks. Both rooms also have custom floating bathtubs, designed by IDC specifically for LeSport, integrated into the bedroom with an optional privacy drape.

The renovation began in 2010, when the property updated all of the public spaces, and the resort’s multiphase transformation is still ongoing with more projects slated for 2017.


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IDC is a design firm based in Miami specializing in hospitality and residential design. The team, led by company principal Stephanie Tyler, has completed projects throughout the Caribbean, Latin America and Florida for brands including Marriott and Hilton, and resorts like the Jumby Bay Resort in Antigua, Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort and St. Lucia’s The BodyHoliday LeSport.

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