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Recent St. Lucia reviews

  • Great hospitality

    "The hospitality of the manager and his wife was greatly appreciated. Even before arriving in St. Lucia a vehicle rental was arranged for us that was dropped off and picked up from the airport when leaving. We were escorted from the airport on arrival to the villa and were escorted back to the airport when leaving. They even gave us a complimentary tour of the island. The views at this property were amazing. From the verandah great views of the ocean and mountains as well as lots of greenery was really great. The pool was greatly enjoyed as well. The both connecting villas were very spacious and well kept with the exception of one fauscet not working in one of the bathrooms which really wasn't much of a problem for us. For the first time in the lovely island of St. Lucia it was really great having received the great hospitality that we did."
    Guest: Debbie R. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 25, 2016
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  • The perfect holiday home, with the best staff, on a beautiful island.

    "My friends and I had the privilege of staying at Brigand Hill on the transcendent island of St. Lucia. The House: Exactly what we needed to relax and unwind. The house is set beautifully in the luscious hills of Anse La Raye, you cannot see any other properties, just beautiful greenery and the sea in the (not to far) distance. The main part of the house has a fully functioning kitchen, breakfast bar and comfortable seating leading out onto where we spent the majority of our time at the property: the large wooden dining table, pool, and sun loungers! All of the bedrooms are of equal size and each come with their own bathroom (apart from the 2 by the pool which share one), perfect for friends who like their own prep space! The master bedroom (which I had the pleasure of staying in) has beautifully high ceilings, wrap-around windows and a 4-poster bed. Due to the setting of the house, there is often a gentle breeze which keeps the temperature wonderfully refreshing. The Staff: As wonderful as Brigand Hill is, it would be nothing without the EXCEPTIONAL staff, who looked after us, like we were members of their family. Miss Vera came in the mornings to clean the rooms, bathrooms and kitchen AND do our laundry (never have I returned home with nothing to put in the washing machine) all to the highest quality; it felt as though we were living in a hotel! Bertillia is the heavenly chef that we have all struggled to live without since our return home! We had asked for local foods to be prepared, and were not disappointed at any point. Bertillia came in hours before to lovingly prepare and cook our meal and we spent but a few minutes to devour it all! We would highly recommend the St. Christophine dish, the curry goat, the breadfruit balls, and the St. Lucian national dish of salt fish and green bananas. Just typing that has given me hunger pains! Last, but certainly not least, is George – the only person you need to make sure you have the best time on the island. We didn’t really have any plans when we arrived, but George sat with us and helped us to work out an amazingly well-paced itinerary for the week. He fixed EVERYTHING for us – anything we wanted, George went out of his way to help). I am truly indebted to George for his exceptional care of me and my friends, we feel like the luckiest people to have visited St. Lucia because of him! Enjoy! :) Rob - Abi - Sam - Emma - Sandra"
    Guest: rob b. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 4, 2016
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  • The View is Everything

    "La Bagatelle has a premiere location overlooking the Caribbean and both Pitons. Nothing can compare with the views at any time of day - mornings watching a passing shower sweep across the Pitons while the sun paints a rainbow, sometimes a double one, so close you feel you could touch it, or the delights of a many-colored sunset as small sailing vessels lazily ply the waters in the distance, or even the nighttime illuminated specks of cruise ships on the horizon off to the next port of call. With the superlatives views come extraordinary paths to reach it - if you opt to rent a car, it should absolutely be 4-wheel drive as the "road" from Soufriere to the house is extremely steep, more often than not washed out by rains and containing several hair-pin turns. Otherwise, hired drivers are the way to go if you want to get out and see the island. We preferred the independence of our own vehicle and one does get used to the challenge of the ascent over the course of a day or two. Almost everything you want to see/do is within a 30 minute drive or so from the house so the location is excellent - visiting the volcano and the Diamond waterfall, hiking Gros Piton, doing the Tet Paul Nature trail, and last but not least, wandering Soufriere's streets to enjoy the local color, the market or taking off for a snorkeling/sailing half-day trip. All beaches are public so we visited Sugar Beach [located between the two Pitons - they truck in white sand so it's quite nice] and had lunch [tapas and VERY expensive so order carefully] and the resort down the road, Anse Chastanet, which has a grayer, more gravely sand. The house is fine with a huge open room at the second level and a small pool [unheated] at the side. There is no question it could use some updating and freshening up, however. There is mosquito netting over all the beds though we never had an issue with insects and the entire house is gated with bars and padlocks [you'll get a hefty set of keys] though it's hard to see how anyone could get up here and want to break in but must be necessary. We felt completely safe, there are villas on both sides. We were not planning on doing any cooking and so we relied on "menu" lists from the owner which the staff would prepare - four dinners. Unfortunately, we were disappointed in the meals as the ingredients we picked from the list including sauces and fresh vegetables were not followed. Make sure to communicate exactly what you want."
    Guest: suzie Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 27, 2016
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  • Beautiful Orchid

    "We rented the Orchid House- just up from the Poinsettia and it was awesome. It has the same layout as the Poinsettia House- 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Kitchen had everything you would want. We did get Smalley to pick us up from the airport and stopped at a bigger grocery store to load up for the week. We ate breakfast and lunch most days in the house and ate dinners out. It is a bit of a hike up to the house(only 5 mins) but good exercise. It is close to everything - tons of restaurants, we went to the Rainforest for Christmas dinner and it was fabulous. Also the Indian place is great across the bay. We bought a weekly pass for the boat- well worth it. And Smalley took us one afternoon to Rodney's Bay- he stopped at the local market, then drove us to the beach, then took us to the Fish Fry - it was so much fun, lots of music, tons of people dancing- I am sure it goes on all night. And we got a driver another day to take us to Sugar Bay- totally beautiful beach - great snorkeling- awesome hotel to have lunch at on the beach. Then we went up to the top and had a drink at another hotel and watched the sunset. And another day we got one of the guys to drive us on their power boat over to a private beach- which was awesome also- great snorkeling also. Elaine was so nice, checked on us a couple of times to make sure we had everything, and she stored our luggage the last day in her place. The people are so friendly. Great spot and would highly recommend. Weather also rocked!"
    Guest: Lori H. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 9, 2017
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