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Recent Cap Estate reviews

  • Wonderful Retreat

    "When you enter Albatross Nest you find yourself in a spectacular retreat with panoramic views overlooking the vast Caribbean, the coastline of St. Lucia and the island of Martinique. Sailboats and and ships are mesmerizing to watch day and night as you gaze down at the sea and out on the horizon. The beaches below the villa in front of the Cap Maison and Le Sport resorts are a 5 minute drive away and welcome visitors for swimming, sunning and water sports. They are also good places for lunch and dinner. But you don't want to miss the sunsets at Albatross Nest while floating in the pool with an evening beverage or lounging on the terraces and open living room. We found that we often wanted to stay for dinner and got groceries in Rodney Bay, just a ten minute drive away. The kitchen is fully equipped and there is a great outdoor grill. The staff is outstanding with a manager who will arrange anything you need. We had a wonderful day on a boat down to the famous Pitons. The housekeeper and gardener kept the house and grounds immaculate and were very friendly and accommodating. We rented a car, which was all arranged by the house manager, and delivered and picked up at the house. The driving can be a bit challenging but easy enough and good to have the mobility and flexibility for short trips to the market, restaurants and beaches. We'd recommend a cab for longer trips like to to the airport, Pitons or rain forest. Overall, we had a verymemorable family experience."
    Guest: MV Visitors Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 20, 2016
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  • Complete Paradise!

    "Let me start by saying that the Hummingbird Villa is a wonderful place to stay. My family and I headed to St. Lucia this year to celebrate the holidays, and when we arrived at the villa we were immediately impressed. Not only is it in a safe and beautiful neighborhood filled with lush trees and flowers, but from the moment you drive into the property you are absolutely blown away by the home’s various views. No matter what window you look out of, you will see beautifully dense trees and flowers, and the ocean! The villa also has a great set of upper and lower deck/balconies. We ended each night relaxing out on the deck, which we all really enjoyed after being out all day exploring the island. And if we were not out on the main deck, you would have found us by the pool! The pool was a perfect size, the water was warm, and it's surrounded by (again) beautiful trees and flowers; it has a very private feel to it, which was great. The house was also more spacious than we expected. We had a total of 6 people staying in the villa and there was always a place in the house to escape to, which is, let’s be honest, required when traveling with family. So just know there is plenty of room around the house and property to do just that. Another important aspect about the house was its location. We had a rental car, and from the house it seemed as if you could get nearly anywhere you could possibly imagine going very quickly. We fell in love with the beach in Smugglers Cove located below the Cap Maison hotel. It’s a fairly small beach, set in-between beautiful cliffs, however it was never overly crowded. It was absolutely beautiful (and clean) and took about 5 minutes to get to from the house (there is also street parking right by the stairs that take you down to the beach). There’s also a restaurant right on the beach called The Naked Fisherman. I can’t even remember how many times we ate there, it’s amazing (order the fish n’ chips)! The villa is also about a 10 minute drive to Rodney Bay, where there are little shops and restaurants. It’s also a little less than 10 minutes to The Landing’s Hotel, which had a great beach where the waves were small and consistent. The hotel also has a ton of water activities that you can pay to do, including wake-boarding, waterskiing, jet skiing, parasailing, and even water jet packs. Overall, we highly recommend the Hummingbird Villa! You'll love both it and St. Lucia!"
    Guest: Debra T. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 13, 2016
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  • Best Family Vacation Ever!!

    "Our family had the best stay at Villa Bliss. We would recommend this villa to anyone wanting a wonderful beautiful place to stay with fabulous views. My wife and I along with our two sons, daughter-in-law, and son's girlfriend were blown away with the friendly staff (Dexter and Celina), Kris (hostess and manager with wonderful recommendations), the infinity pool, bedrooms, gardens, sitting areas around the pool, kitchen, and the beauty of the villa. The breeze was wonderful for our meals as we sat around the pool enjoying the family fellowship. Recommend taking the catamaran tour that Kris set us up with. Recommend visiting Pigeon Island fort (beautiful view) and eating at Jambe de Bois. Recommend the hike on foot or horseback near Donkey's Ditch. Recommend the St. Lucia Rum Distillery and tastings visit. We rented an AVP for the six of us all week. East highway is much safer roads than tight hairpins on West highway. People are very friendly everywhere we went. Plenty of great food, beautiful views, relaxation, and letting it all go!! If you want a wonderful place to stay, Villa Bliss is the place in St. Lucia."
    Guest: Joe Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 13, 2016
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  • Nice Place for Xmas

    "We stayed at TV the week between Xmas and New Years and had a very good experience. The house is lovely, in great shape and has a nice setting overlooking the Atlantic side of the island. Kris, the booking agent, was quite helpful with the advance process including suggestions for restaurants and attractions and she is very responsive (a big deal with me). The house always has a breeze which keeps mosquitoes away and cools the main living areas which are not air conditioned. The bedrooms all have A/C and are perfect at night if you need to be cool. There are fans throughout the house and that helps as well. Temps were not too high while we were there, so it might be a problem in the high season, but again, the trade winds always blow. The house is well appointed and the kitchen is quite up-to-date. The one negative is the road (about 200-300 yards) that leads to the house from the Cap Estate main road. It is in horrible shape and really not negotiable without a SUV. We were told this, so it was not a surprise and have driven these kind of roads on other islands, but it detracts from the area. The owners in the area should do something about it as it is not a government maintained road. Overall, we had a very nice time and experience at TV."
    Guest: pgmgate Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 3, 2016
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