St Barts Premium IV Offers VIP Services and Special Activities

, (PressExposure) November 29, 2007 -- Premium IV the destination management company for St Barts provides all your VIP reservations, wedding, corporate or special event planning and VIP airport assistance thru St Maarten and St Barts. Under one umbrella they have contracted over 120 professional partners providing only the best products and services that St Barts has to offer. The most divine activity of St Barts is taking in some of the most exquisite cuisine and French wines of the Caribbean. The island has over eighty restaurants featuring culinary styles ranging from classic French to Asian to West Indian. Many of the restaurants attract gourmet chefs trained in France to oversee their kitchens. These chefs can also be reserved to serve guests in the intimate privacy of their own villa for a special event or treasured evening.

Nightlife of St. Barts is diverse as well. Visitors looking for late-night pleasures can listen to live jazz at a café or dance the night away at one of the local discos or after hour clubs. Be sure to call in advance to reserve a VIP table for the evening. There are 22 beaches on St Barts renowned for being some of the most beautiful and pristine in the world. Many are found in small coves, which have been protected from development by strict environmentally friendly zoning. Unlike many of its neighboring Caribbean islands, it has not been overrun with prefab condos and large chain hotels. Explore history and culture throughout the capital Gustavia. Take in the sunset view from the lighthouse, visit the museums and churches. There is evidence of the Swedish settlers from the late 1700’s throughout the streets of Gustavia.

Water sport activities are vast, jet ski around the island, surfing, wind surfing, kite boarding, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, deep sea fishing and even a Yellow Submarine that goes from Gustavia’s pier thru the Marine Park and around Gros Ilets, towards “Les Petits Saints” discovering schools of colorful fishes, turtles, and 3 ship wrecks including the one motor yacht named “Non Stop”. Press release distribution by PressReleasePoint(http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/)

Charter a 65ft luxury power boat or luxury sailboat to tour around St Barts for half a day. Book a full day charter to neighboring islands of Saba, St Maarten, Tintamarre, Pinel, and Anguilla. Then on the return journey to St Barts stop just outside Gustavia harbor to watch the sunset and have a glass of champagne to celebrate the day. On land activities include tennis, horseback riding, archery, yoga, fitness centers, massages, spa treatments, wine tasting and shopping. St. Barts is rated as one of the premier shopping destinations in the Caribbean and is also a duty-free port. Gustavia is the principal shopping area of the island. There are boutiques and emporiums for the most sophisticated shoppers, featuring luxury brands such as Cartier, Hermes, Dior to name a few. St Barts has several hiking trails, some that take you to the highest points of the island like Mount Vitet, 286 meters high and others that circle around the widest points like the magnificent bay of Colombier . At the far end of Gouvernour Beach ( a 20 minute trail ) it is said that the infamous pirate Montbars the Exterminator buried his treasure during the 1670’s somewhere in the caves. Rent a scooter or quad bike and tour the island to photograph these natural tropical settings.

For more information:

John Day Premium IV Les Galeries du Commerce St Jean , 97133 St Barthelemy French West Indies (011) 590 590 290 007 – tel (011) 590 590 290 008 – fax johnday@premiumiv.com http://www.premiumiv.com

About Les Galeries du Commerce

John Day
Premium IV
Les Galeries du Commerce
St Jean , 97133
St Barthelemy
French West Indies
(011) 590 590 290 007 – tel
(011) 590 590 290 008 – fax
johnday@premiumiv.com
http://www.premiumiv.com

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