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Recent St. Lucia reviews

  • Best Anniversary Ever

    "We could not have been happier with the decision to celebrate our 25th anniversary at Cap Pavilion. As other reviewers have noted the location is incredibly beautiful and private. Quite often the hardest decision was where to enjoy our time; the sitting room, the portico, the pool, or the sun deck. After several days it became clear that each had its optimum use; morning tea, sunset, sunrise, mid-day heat, and reading. We arrived on Saint Lucia with an extensive list of restaurants we intended to enjoy. At the end of our stay we had not visited one restaurant. Upon our arrival we were treated first to a gourmet snack and then a dinner prepared by Sandrine. They were fabulous! On day two we decided to sample another day of Sandrine’s cooking. We thoroughly enjoyed the multi-course dinner served in the formal dining room complete with mahogany, linens, china, silver, and candles. The room itself is a very open design void of a fourth wall so you can enjoy the fresh air and the view across the courtyard to the lights of Rodney Bay below. Our definition of the perfect restaurant is built around great food, attentive service, beautiful views, and minimal disruption from neighboring tables. There was no reason to look any further, we had found near perfection in Sandrine and Cap Pavilion. Sandrine agreed to shop, prepare, and surprise us with the menu for the balance of our stay. We could not have been happier for breakfast, lunch, dinner, rum punch, etc. In fact, the relationship eventually morphed into part restaurant, part cooking school. On numerous occasions I found my wife in the kitchen with Sandrine getting lessons on various preparation techniques. The surrounding natural areas were another very pleasant surprise. The photography and hiking opportunities right from the villa were most enjoyable. There is a network of trails (some of which are passable in a jeep) at the bottom of the road that follow the Atlantic coast. With just a three to four mile hike one can enjoy all types of topography; deserted sandy beaches, cactus fields, surf pounded rock structures, and even wild horses. If you follow the trails south along the coast you will come to Case en Bas beach which has a quintessential bamboo beach bar, Marjorie’s….great place to stop for a cold drink. A little further south is Five Dollar Beach (to get a feel for the area, google: The Man Who Won’t Sell Paradise)."
    Guest: John B. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 18, 2015
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  • Amazing stay- Can't wait to come back!

    "The unit- wonderful! We came for the week and it was exactly what we needed. The property was the perfect size for us, and as others said, was well equipped. I might suggest bringing an aux cord to hook up you ipod. The bed was luxurious and so comfortable and the jacuzzi on the patio overlooking the marina was utilized at least twice a day. The location of the unit within the complex was also quite nice, on the first floor with the marina view, with a quick 2 minute walk to sandy beaches and restaurants. It was very clean and definitely a great find. The resort- Everyone at The Landings was so friendly, specifically the bellmen, the concierge desk and the front desk staff. Though the resort is a bit far from the airport (90 min taxi), it was also the best of the others we researched and also came across while on our trip. The amenities were plentiful, the beach was close and private to the resort, with very soft sand. The resort also provides a US $10 round trip shuttle to Rodney Bay to grab groceries or go shopping, get lunch, etc. We enjoyed the Callaloo restaurant on the beach and the Palms for fine dining, but didn't have as good of experience at The Beach Club (which also provides the room service). Even though it was busy season during our stay, we never had a problem tracking down a beach chair. We booked the couples massage at the resort spa, which was also quite nice. We found that we did not need to rent a car, between the shuttles and the easy access to taxis, we were set. The island- This was our first time to Saint Lucia and we loved every minute of it. We tried the Carnival catamaran tour to Soufriere for snorkeling, botanical gardens, Diamond Waterfall, and the volcano. The zipline tour was so much fun in the rainforest, and we also booked the sunset cruise through the concierge. We also made the quick walk over to Pigeon Island and hiked up to Fort Rodney for some incredible views. Thank you Karen and Dan! What a fantastic vacation to remember forever!"
    Guest: Gretchen S. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 10, 2015
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  • Superlative View of the Caribbean and Pitons

    "First visit to St. Lucia and La Bagatelle filled the bill! Situated about 450 feet above the water and with an unsurpassed view of the Pitons, the house is accurately depicted here and is an upside down house with open air living area above and bedrooms below. Spent many hours watching the rainbows, passing cruise ships, fishermen, yachts and hummingbirds feeding on bouganvilli a. Less than a mile to Anse Chastanet where one can swim, sunbathe, dine, dive, and snorkel. Suggest renting a car at the airport, ours was from Cool Breeze. Much to explore on St. Lucia; we especially enjoyed Diamond Falls with its botanical gardens. Staff very nice and owner who lives nearby checked with us to ensure no concerns. House beautifully furnished with original local furniture and paintings. Lovely pool with plenty of places where one could read or doze. Almost no bugs at this time. Generally quiet."
    Guest: Ken Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 13, 2015
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  • St. Lucia DateHouse Villa

    "We had never been to St. Lucia before and we needed a minimum of 2 bedrooms ( 4 people) and a full kitchen for our 1 week stay. We found this rental villa on line and, the pictures were very enticing... and, after talking with the owner, Robert, who was very detailed about location, transportaion, restaurants, nearby beaches etc we decided to book the villa. Once we arrived in St. Lucia on saturday afternoon and had a Taxi bring us from the airport to the villa (approximately 1.25 hour drive) we arrived at this place set on a hill above the carribean sea with spectacular views. The on-line pictures actually do not do justice to this home away from home. The views in every direction are amazing. The housekeeper "Ann Marie" had dinner waiting for us when we arrived (at our request because we were arriving late) and she stayed and showed us around.We could not belive how nice the facility was. Very spacious for 4 or more people (4 bedrooms available) and the pool is where we spent most of our time when we were there. We did rent a car and take some tours of the area (left side driving for those coming from the US). We spent 4 out of the 7 days right at the Villa, using the pool and watching sunsets from both the pool area and the Master Bedroom balcony. Total relaxation!! We also walked to the Calabash cove resort to use the beach facilities and we also went to breakfast and dinner one night. less than 10 minute walk... Ann Marie keeps the place immaculate and you have the flexability to have her there as little or as much as you want during the day. We chose to have her there only 2 out of the 7 days. She was very interesting to talk to since she knows the ins and outs of the area. The villa is very safe (has a security system and a front gate so no one bothers you) and we will difintely go back. It certainly beats the resorts and dealing with many other guests competing for chaises, pool space etc.-- this is a very private place."
    Guest: Rod and Family Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 9, 2015
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St. Lucia Travel Tips

Traveling to St. Lucia Vacation Rentals

Hewanorra International Airport (UVF) is located near Vieux Fort, approximately 40 miles south of Casties. This is the larger of the two international airports on St. Lucia. The other airport known as George FL Charles Airport (SLU) is located just outside of Casties. UVF host most major international airlines. There are regularly scheduled flights that operate on a variety of North American airlines directly to St. Lucia. Leading European airlines have flights several times weekly between St. Lucia and London, providing easy access for European travelers. On the island, the easiest way to get around is by taxi. If you want some more independence to be able to explore on your own, you might consider hiring a car during your stay.

Attractions and Activities near St. Lucia Resorts

St. Lucia’s main attractions are its beautiful sandy beaches and warm tropical waters. The beaches are kept in pristine condition and the perfect place to hang out all day. There you can sunbathe and read a book or enjoy people watching as you laze back on the sand. There are several beach bars where you can enjoy cocktails at sunset and stay to enjoy a delicious dinner if you so choose.

The scuba diving in St. Lucia is legendary. The warm tropical waters, crystal clear visibility and abundance of corals and marine life make diving here a superb experience. There are several reputable dive centers on the island. You can hire equipment from them or bring along your own. The dive rates generally include diving cylinders, air fills and weight belts. You will need to take proof of your diver certification with you. If you are not yet qualified, St. Lucia provides the ideal marine environment in which to learn to scuba dive. Many of the dive centers are registered dive schools and can provide you with a certification course during your stay.

For those that prefer to stay on top of the water, there are many other water sport activities to keep you occupied. Sailing cruises will take you out to enjoy the ocean. Often, they will anchor off a remote beach where you can swim ashore and enjoy a picnic lunch. Other excursions will take you to shallow reefs where you can snorkel and enjoy seeing colorful corals and reef fish. Deep sea fishing charters are readily available and include all equipment required. Windsurfs are available for rent from many of the beachfronts. Advanced sailors will want to head to the waves off Cas en Bas and Vieux Fort. Novices will want to stick to the calmer waters off the west coast until they become more accomplished. Waterskiing and parasailing are available at many of the resorts.

If you want to explore the island interior, you can choose from a variety of excursions. Those who are energetic can enjoy a thrilling mountain bike ride. There are guided tours available for both novice and advanced riders. An alternate mode of transport is to explore on horseback. Enjoy a variety of trail or beach rides on well-trained horses. There are numerous hiking trails on the island that invite exploration. There are also ATV trails which take you through the lush countryside.

Visitors to St. Lucia Villas

People who typically travel to St. Lucia are those that enjoy fun in the sun. It is a great tropical destination, offering a wide variety of attractions and activities. Because of its tropical beauty, it is also a popular destination for weddings and honeymoons.

Best Time of Year to Visit Marigot Bay Vacation Rentals

St. Lucia enjoys a year-round warm tropical climate. The summer months tend to be very hot and this is also when the most rainfall occurs. The only time to be cautious of traveling to St. Lucia is between June and October when tropical storms occasionally blow through the region.

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