Best Luxury Hotels in St. Lucia

Whether you’re looking to relax on the beach, hike the Pitons, or lounge in a private infinity pool, St. Lucia has everything you need for a luxurious vacation. The stunning island in the Caribbean is home to lush mountains, beautiful beaches, and plenty of upscale resorts that will cater to your every need. A team of Oyster investigators visited the top hotels in St. Lucia to evaluate how every feature stacks up against the competition, from the rooms to the pools to the restaurants. So if you’re planning a posh getaway and need a place to start, you’ve come to the right place. Take a look at our expert top picks for luxury in St. Lucia and get inspired!

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Jade Mountain Resort

Soufriere, Soufriere Quarter, St. Lucia

There’s no other hotel on St. Lucia like the Jade Mountain. This quiet, isolated property has 29 enormous suites with an innovative, open forth wall which allows for jaw-dropping views of the Pitons from its chromatherapy-lit whirlpool tubs, canopied beds, and private infinity pools. Top-notch amenities include a dedicated butler, an organic restaurant with unparalleled views, and a small spa and fitness center.


Ladera Resort

Soufriere, Soufriere Quarter, St. Lucia

This unique luxury resort 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, which has a similar room design.


Sandals Grande St. Lucian

Rodney Bay, Gros Islet Quarter, St. Lucia

The newest of the three Sandals resorts on St. Lucia, Sandals Grande is a 301-room, luxury, couples-only resort that's set on a peninsula adjacent to Pigeon Island, a historic national landmark. Its signature pool with a huge tower and swim-up bar is the center of the action, a place where young honeymooners mix and mingle. Three other (quieter) pool areas, a slew of water sports (including unlimited scuba), a beautiful spa, and eight restaurants, including an authentic British Pub, help keep guests occupied. Club Level and Butler Level rooms are available for upgraded service.


Marigot Bay Resort and Marina

Marigot Bay, Castries Quarter, St. Lucia

This quaint boutique hotel tops the competition in many ways, with warm service; excellent food; beautiful, modern rooms with contemporary décor (some even have private plunge pools); an excellent spa, and a gorgeous fitness center. And though the beach is a short water taxi ride away, there are two pools on-site, one with a swim-up bar.


Cotton Bay Village

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 75 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.


Cap Maison

Cap Estate, Gros Islet Quarter, St. Lucia

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.


The Landings Resort & Spa

Gros Islet, Gros Islet Quarter, St. Lucia

Opened in December 2007 as St. Lucia's first private residential yacht community, The Landings is one of the island's most luxurious boutique resorts. Upon entry, it’s obvious that the developer spared no expense in the construction of the pavilion lobby, which boasts towering ceilings, polished marble floors, and a carefully curated decor that’s understated and elegant. Most of the owners of the development’s 72 residences choose to place them in the rental program. The spacious one-, two-, and three-bedroom villas cater to families and traveling couples, offering a homey atmosphere that is quieter and more personal than nearby mega-resorts -- just don't expect a huge list of activities.


Calabash Cove Resort and Spa

Gros Islet, Gros Islet Quarter, St. Lucia

This upscale 26-room boutique resort boasts gorgeous 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. All rooms feature elegant furnishings, private balconies and distinct amenities in every room type that create different experiences for guests.


BodyHoliday Saint Lucia

Cap Estate, Gros Islet Quarter, St. Lucia

The Body Holiday bills itself as a place to refresh, refocus, and reenergize, and the resort offers guests plenty of opportunity to accomplish these tasks. The 154-room upscale, all-inclusive resort is one of the most luxurious on St. Lucia, with daily rates that rise above nearby Sandals resorts and Rendezvous, the sister resort to the Body Holiday. Accommodations are set in a series of buildings built into the hillside overlooking Pigeon Island National Park and a secluded cove and white-sand beach. The huge temple-like wellness center is the hub for daily spa treatments, but there are also endless activities from yoga to archery to motivate guests to stay active.