Romantic hacienda-style hideaway with stunning views across to Pigeon Island.
Perched atop an ocean bluff on the site of a former sugar plantation, this boutique hotel offers attentive service in an indulgent setting. Courtyards and fountains create a Spanish Caribbean style, with the sociable atmosphere ensuring you’ll feel instantly at home.
The food here is among the best in St Lucia. Head to the renowned Cliff at Cap restaurant for creative French-Caribbean flavours, accompanied by spectacular cliff-top views and a walk-in wine cellar. If you’re celebrating something special, Rock Maison offers the pinnacle of private dining. Set on a wooden deck surrounded by ocean below the main restaurant, you can send for an ice-cold vintage straight to your table via the unique champagne zip-line. For a more casual affair, the Naked Fisherman serves up seafood on the beach.
Pull up a lounger and relax by one of the two pools, or wander down to the sandy beach at Smuggler’s Cove for a refreshing dip in the Caribbean Sea. If you’re feeling more active, go snorkelling, windsurfing or enjoy a morning stretch at yoga or tai chi class. Cruise past the pitons then head over to Martinique for the afternoon on Sea Ray, the hotel’s own luxury motor yacht. Although the hotel is suitably secluded, you’re still conveniently close to Rodney Bay’s wide choice of local bars, shops and golden sand beaches.