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Sandals Halcyon Beach St. Lucia

Sandals Halcyon Beach St. Lucia Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The smallest and least expensive of the three Sandals Resorts on St. Lucia, Halcyon is also quieter and more intimate. The 169-room all-inclusive resort features low-rise French-Caribbean style buildings with exposed stone walls and white shuttered windows. The rooms are not huge, but they are stylish, cozy nests for honeymooners and couples. The lushly landscaped grounds offer plenty of opportunity for wandering and lounging in oversized daybeds, on swinging benches, in oceanfront whirlpools, and on sofas set around fire pits overlooking the Caribbean.
Bay Gardens Inn

Bay Gardens Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Part of a trio of Bay Gardens-branded properties in Rodney Bay, the Bay Gardens Inn is the smallest and quietest of the three. Its size means few amenities, which include just a small pool, restaurant, and bar, and the rooms are below average (clean, simple decor but old technology). However, low prices -- not to mention the ability to take advantage of neighboring Bay Gardens Hotel and Bay Gardens Beach Resort features for free -- make it a worthwhile option for travelers on a budget.
Bay Gardens Hotel

Bay Gardens Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 87-room Bay Gardens Hotel is one of the cheapest full-service hotel options in Rodney Bay -- and on the entire island of St. Lucia. But there's no gym or spa, and the property’s two pools, restaurant, and grounds are noticeably dated. The rooms are no better, with outmoded technology and tacky decor. However, those looking for incredibly low rates -- not to mention the ability to access tons of amenities via the free shuttle that takes guests to nearby Bay Gardens Beach Resort -- will be hard-pressed to find a better deal.
The Still Beach House

The Still Beach House Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This budget-friendly five-room inn along Soufriere Bay has no gym, no spa, and no pool -- in fact, the only extras are direct access to a subpar public beach and a breezy restaurant and bar. Rooms are average in virtually every way, except for the incredible views of Petit Piton, which appears at arm’s length from every room's private balcony. Travelers looking to be pampered should head elsewhere, but adventurous couples and families on a budget will find the Still Beach House’s location exceptional and its accommodations satisfactory. Vegetarian meals are cooked upon request, and a good variety of options exist for all meals. Plus, the inn is within walking distance to Soufriere, so there's lots of local flavor to be found.
Ginger Lily Hotel

Ginger Lily Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located along Reduit Beach in lively Rodney Bay, the mid-range Ginger Lily Hotel is a decent place to stay, if not packed with amenities. The 11 charming rooms feature a good amount of space, kitchenettes, patio hammocks, and jalousie-style shutters, the grounds are lush, and the pool is pretty (but small). And, well, that's about it. There's no fitness center or spa, and the restaurant serves breakfast only (and drinks). But the beach is just across the street, and there are tons of shops, restaurants, and bars in the immediate vicinity. Travelers looking for solid, comfortable, affordable accommodations in a really great location should consider this option.
St. Lucian by Rex Resorts

St. Lucian by Rex Resorts Rating: 3.0 Pearls

St. Lucian by Rex was one of the first major resort hotels to open on St. Lucia, unfortunately, it has not kept up with the times and is now in need of renovation. Despite its imperfectly polished image, the resort holds a prime beachfront location, an adequate pool area and beachfront restaurant, and all-inclusive rates that are half of what other nearby all-inclusive resorts (such as Sandals) charge.
Fond Doux Plantation & Resort

Fond Doux Plantation & Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

With just 11 freestanding cottages on 130 acres, this eco-minded resort is intensely lush, featuring coconut groves, fruit-bearing trees, and a working cocoa plantation. Amenities are surprisingly plenty for a property with so few beds, including a small spa, a small three-tier pool, and two organic restaurants. The rustic experience won't appeal to everyone, as TV, Wi-Fi, and A/C absent in the rooms, but adventurous travelers on a budget will surely appreciate the gorgeous authentic surroundings and affordable rates.
Apartment Espoir

Apartment Espoir Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Apartment Espoir is a budget inn -- basically a simple apartment complex with 11 minimal studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units, each featuring its own private balcony and full kitchen. A small pool, a laundry room, and a barbecue grill are the only amenities available; however, no other property on St. Lucia even comes close to matching these low rates. And guests can walk about five minutes to get to larger nearby resorts, like Windjammer Landing, to take advantage of the amenities there. For self-sufficient, undemanding travelers with tight purse strings, nothing compares.
Marigot Beach Club

Marigot Beach Club Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Located on a remote peninsula accessible only by ferry, this laid-back, 32-room beach resort in Marigot Bay is an affordable option for both families and couples with an interest in water sports and lazing on the beach. Many areas of this property show their age -- from the small, unkempt pool, to the rooms that feature dated decor -- but unpretentious travelers with a focus on the outdoors will certainly find the prices hard to beat, especially considering the number of amenities offered here (though they're subpar).


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