Take a look at the best kid-friendly hotels in Cap Estate.
Royalton Saint Lucia is a swanky, four-and-a-half-pearl resort located on the northern coast of St. Lucia. The resort’s 352 guest rooms are a study in modern style, offering open-concept bathrooms and plenty of tech features. An impressive portfolio of on-site amenities includes multiple sparkling pools, a chic spa, and a bevy of excellent restaurants -- none of which require reservations. Naturally, the Royalton is among the pricier options on the island, but rates are all-inclusive, which certainly sweetens the deal. Guests looking to be closer to the island’s famous Pitons (a 90-minute drive from the Royalton) might also want to consider Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort in Soufriere.
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.
Located on the northern part of St. Lucia on a private cove with brown-sugar sand, Smuggler's Cove is an all-inclusive budget-oriented resort in need of renovation. About 350 single-story attached rooms and suites are spread across the sprawling 45-acre property, offering glimpses of the ocean and gardens from outdoor terraces. Seven pools (two just for adults) keep families and couples occupied, while the crescent-shaped beach, crowded with worn lounge chairs, offers calm waters for water sports and swimming.