This is a wonderful all inclusive hotel /spa. I went by myself but it seemed to be a lot of families and couples. It is a favorite with europeans and was actually recommended to me by a friend of mine who is british. Each day you are given one luxury body spa service and you can always add on as many spa services as you like. There are also activities going on all day. I didn't like the food that much but most everyone else did. The room and beds were fine. The grounds were beautiful. And they have activities each night. St. Lucia is gorgeous.
There is a pool on top a big hill that you learn to walk up after a couple of days. It is beautiful and so relaxing. You feel like you are in paradise.
Great place to sit back and enjoy the sun. I don't have a single complaint about the food or accommodations.
We stayed at the Club St. Lucia and it was moderate. We were lucky to get a villa close to all amenities or else you could be walking quite a distance for meals. To beach bar and pools were very nice but I would be afraid that when the resort is full, they might be a little crowded. I would recommend a resort in Rodney Bay, instead, as we were about a 45 minuted walk from any action.
This unpretentious small hotel is a great buy! It is located a few steps from one of the best beaches on the island, Renduit Beach and walking distance from several popular restaurants and a small shopping area. At first I was concerned it would be overly commercial nearby but it is not at all offensively so!
There's a nice pool in the center courtyard and a bar/restaurant. The service is great throughout the hotel -- friendly and attentive. One of the night's we were there, they had a barbeque by the pool with karoke which was hokey but fun.
weekly rental is $3100 for 4 people, each additional person is $225
You can pretend that you are living the lifestyle of the rich and famous when you stay in this house! The view of the Pitons is absolutely spectacular and you can see it while you swim in the beautiful pool. We particularly enjoyed the showers which were open to the outside. We felt like we were bathing in the garden- totally private, of course. The cook was fabulous and prepared whatever we asked for. She happily accommodated the vegetarians in our group.
About 95.00 - 105.00 $US
You can have a quiet dinner at the poolside. I can also attest to their buffet lunches EXCELLENT . I recommend the Conference room for business meetings.
When we stayed there we stayed at the Harmony Marina Suites. It was very nice and the people so welcoming. At the Harmony Marina Suites you stay in an apartment. My Nana and Grandad stayed in one with a jacuzzi and four poster bed whereas we didn't have either!
If you go on the websie that I have said about it tells you all the prices.
It has a swimming pool with sunbeds, fantastic views and a restaurant/bar which also over looks the marina with night entertainment. It also has a few shops including a hairdresser's and a small shop with food.
When we went it was my Nana's birthday and they gave us a massive chocolate cake!!!Plus they are friendly to kids!
(12/15 - 4/15) Standard $95
Executive Suite $125
Low Season Rates:
(4/16 - 12/98) Standard $80
Executive Suite $110
Award winning hotel, that is nicely located and reasonably priced.
If you have ever dreamed of a secluded romantic retreat where your walls open up to nature this is your dream come true. My travel agent first informed me of this hotel, so I had to see it. It is spectacular,the views from your room have to be seen, I can't describe it!The setting is dramatic to say the least, I mean imagine stretching your hand while you lay in bed and touching a wall with a waterfall. The villas and suites all have an 'open wall' - the west side of each unit is left open to expose the breathtaking view yet the buildings are designed for complete privacy.Little touches like sea shell taps add to the unique beauty of Ladera
Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort
Ranges from $160.00 - $360.00 usd per night for (2) pax
The cost at Windjammer is very reasonable. It's a great place for a honeymoon in the off season and a wonderful place for families at anytime of year. They have 4 pools, 2 full sized and 2 kiddie pools. There are 4 restaurants (reasonably priced), a workout facility and spa amenities. All the units are perfectly set going up a hillside for best water views. Many units have their own private plunge pools! (Great for lovers)
All inclusive Hotel was all that we expected it to be.We upgraded our room so was right at the waters edge.
The rooms were spacious and very pretty.The rooms were cleaned andl linen was changed daily. The Staff were all very friendly and most spoke perfect English.We made a lot of friends during our holiday. All the water sports were free except water ski. Daily we were out on the water enjoyed the water sports.
Entertainment programme arranged each day and evening and the same was not repeated over the 14 days.There were live bands, discos and acts on every evening.
The two restaurants served everything yu could imagine. One being buffet sytle and other sit down meals.
Beach front rooms so great views, air conditioned and very pretty. Pool overlooking the sea, gardens beautiful. Very clean place. Sea was warm and clear.
2 restaurants and a bar and entertainment
We wanted to get married at a nice place, so we choose the Sandals Halcyon. And boy were we ever impressed with it!! The grounds are so beautiful!! The rooms are all in either 1 storey buildings or there are 2 storey buildings to the back of the property.
The food here is fantastic!! You get to use all the facilities at the other Sandals on the island too.
$300-$700 depending on season, #of rooms, etc.
Beautiful white stucco Mediterranean style villas on hillside overlooking Labrelotte Bay. Nice pools and beach, gorgeous landscaping. Villas are very clean and private because of the lush landscaping surrounding each villa. Wonderful, attentive staff. Plenty of water activities and other programs available on-site.
$110 US dollars plus 10% service and 8% government tax.
Self catering apartments right next to the beach, small and exclusive, quiet, hammocks and sunloungers. The owner Colin Hunte is currently developing more apartments including a honeymoon suite.
$65 a night for a double for a deluxe double with continental breakfast.
Not luxurious, in fact, far from it, but a definite value. After a week in a luxurious house in Cap Estate, it was still fine and close to everything (including the convenient supermarket, Julian's). We stayed there for one night before flying out and for that purpose, was perfect. Mainly seemed to be West Indians (from St. Lucia and beyond). If I had to stay in a hotel for the entire vacation, I would probably opt for one on the beach though...
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