St. Lucia Hotels
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Jade Mountain Resort

Jade Mountain Resort Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Romantic? Undoubtedly. Unique? Absolutely. Expensive? For sure. Through an innovative, open fourth wall, each of Jade's 29 enormous suites overlooks the sea from its chromatherapy-lit whirlpool tub, canopied bed, and private infinity pool. Getting to Jade Mountain can be tedious, even nauseating, but its organic cuisine, doting service, unwavering silence (no TVs, radios, or children), and extraordinary design make the long journey worthwhile.

Capella Marigot Bay Resort & Marina

Capella Marigot Bay Resort & Marina Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Off the beach in Marigot Bay, adjacent to upscale shops and a popular marina, this quaint boutique hotel tops the competition in many ways. It's a fine choice for families (warm service; large one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites with modern kitchens and washer-dryers), couples (romantic locale, excellent spa, fresh cuisine), and yachties gone ashore.

Cotton Bay Village

Cotton Bay Village Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Quiet, sophisticated, and stylish, this luxury resort doesn't skimp on amenities -- it boasts a beautiful Olympic-size pool, an exceptional spa and fitness center, an extensive kids’ club, and a secluded beachfront with open-air restaurant and lounge. The resort’s 49 stately residences range from sizable one-bedroom apartments to four-bedroom villas of impressive proportions -- each with a private balcony or terrace and a full kitchen. This is a great choice for families, given the spacious accommodations and many children's perks, but couples will feel relaxed here too, as it is not overrun with loud children.

Cap Maison Resort & Spa

Cap Maison Resort & Spa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

One of the quieter and more subdued resorts on St. Lucia’s northern end, the luxury Cap Maison features plenty of opportunities for pampering and serenity. Rates are about where they should be (high) for a luxury boutique with so much to offer -- a charming spa, waterfront yoga and tai chi classes, two mellow pools, an elegant cliff-top restaurant and bar with stunning views, a small beach, and rooms so gorgeous and comfortable guests will be hard-pressed to find a reason to leave at all. Families with small children might think twice about staying at a resort so focused on maintaining a tranquil atmosphere, though the resort does try to cater to the little ones with deals like letting kids eat free at the restaurant when they're with their parents.

Ladera Resort

Ladera Resort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This unique luxury resort in St. Lucia is made up of 32 one- and two-bedroom villas, each carefully carved into the surrounding hillside overlooking the island’s iconic twin Pitons. The villas -- which have missing fourth walls, and in most cases, private plunge pools -- are a main draw, as are the spectacular views and lush grounds. The resort also features some fabulous amenities, such as an infinity lagoon pool, a gorgeous open-air restaurant and bar, a (tiny) open-air fitness center, and a lovely spa with black water soaking baths. All of this comes at a price, but Ladera is still significantly cheaper than the ultra-glam Jade Mountain (rates are often around half as much). Ladera is within close range of several of the island’s best tourist destinations -- notable cocoa plantations are within walking distance, the pristine white sands of Jalousie beach are a short drive away, and tourist hot spots like the volcano and Tet-Paul nature trails are both nearby.

Bay Gardens Beach Resort

Bay Gardens Beach Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Bay Gardens Beach Resort is one of few amenity-rich resorts in Rodney Bay, featuring a spa, fitness center, water sports pavilion, several restaurants and bars, and a lovely beachfront. It was opened in 2007, and the grounds have a fresh -- if almost fabricated –- quality, and the rooms are light years beyond those at Bay Gardens’ sister properties, Bay Gardens Inn and Bay Gardens Hotel. Of course, rates are slightly higher than at these other options, but considering the added features, it’s worth every penny.

Windjammer Landing Villa and Beach Resort & Spa

Windjammer Landing Villa and Beach Resort & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale Mediterranean-style hillside beach resort on St. Lucia’s northern west coast is brimming with amenities: six pools, five restaurants, three bars, tennis, tons of water sports, a spa, and more than 1,500 feet of beachfront. A broad variety of room types fits nearly every budget, and a packed roster of daily activities appeals to virtually every kind of traveler. It's a good pick for families, as villas have up to four bedrooms and there is both a kids club and a teen center on the property. Although the 60-acre grounds special are steep and sprawling, free 24-hour shuttles chauffeur guests wishing to forgo the arduous walks around the property.

Stonefield Estate Villa Resort & Spa

Stonefield Estate Villa Resort & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Stonefield Estate Villa is a rustic, upscale resort with 18 plantation-style villas set on 26 acres of gorgeous rainforest. Amenities include an exceptional spa, a cliff-top pool, and an open-air restaurant and bar. The property is deliberately unplugged -- meaning villas lack TVs, Wi-Fi, and telephones -- but the stunning atmosphere, and the villas themselves, are worth it for those who can go technology free for a while. The villas are quite spacious, with separate living areas, dining spaces, bedrooms, and kitchens or kitchenettes. And the bathrooms feature an outdoor/indoor shower. The best part, though, may be the private terrace connected to each villa, with a private pool -- and can't-be-beat views of Petit Piton. The only potential drawback for some may be the lack of beach access, but the hotel provides free shuttle to and from a couple of nearby beaches.

Calabash Cove Resort and Spa

Calabash Cove Resort and Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Opened in 2009, this upscale 26-room boutique resort rests on a gently sloping hill above Bonaire Bay, providing stunning Caribbean Sea views from virtually everywhere -- whether at the stunning infinity pool, the open-air restaurant and spa, the cozy library, or on the private beach. Three very distinct room types create varying experiences for guests, though all feature elegant furnishings and private balconies. However, like many St. Lucia resorts, a secluded location means guests must rely on pricey taxis or rental cars to do anything outside of the resort.

Anse Chastanet Resort

Anse Chastanet Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Opened in 2000, the 49-room Anse Chastanet Resort was one of the first properties to focus on eco-luxury design, and to deliberately shun technology such as TV, telephones, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi. The resort offers four open-air restaurants, two beaches, extensive water sports, a beachfront spa, and an outdoor fitness pavilion. Technology-free rooms have wrap-around terraces, many with views of the Pitons. For the price, guests might expect the standard rooms to be a bit more spacious; however, free extras such as daily afternoon tea, twice daily yoga classes, and non-motorized water sports add value. While there is no fitness center or pool, the peaceful location with direct beach access is a serious perk.

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