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Electric Voltage

Brantford, Canada
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Electric Voltage

My husband and I will be staying at the Grande on Dec 25th to Jan 1st. I will be using an electric wheelchair to get around the resort. I have bought a Carribean adapter to change over the plugs so I can charge the battery while I am in St. Lucia. Does anyone know if I need a voltage converter as well?

Shelley Tudin

Brantford, Ont Canada

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1. Re: Electric Voltage

St Lucia is 230 Volts 50 hz UK 3 Pin Sockets , Some hotels have 110v US style sockets in rooms, I would contact your hotel and ask.

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2. Re: Electric Voltage

Sandals Grande has 110V NA style receptacles in the room - you don't need an adapter or a converter.

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