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Offering a garden, terrace and outdoor pool, Marigot Palms Luxury Caribbean Apartment Suites is located 5 minutes’ walk from Marigot Bay Beach. Free Wi-Fi access is available. A haven of beauty, serenity, complete and total comfort. Attention to detail here is unparalleled.
Located in Marigot Bay, Villa Pomme D'Amour offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi. Guests benefit from terrace. Free private parking is available on site. Beautiful house, feels as of in the middle of the rainforest, where in reality it is only a 10 min walk down hill to the hustle and bustle of Marigot Bay!
Offering an outdoor pool and views of the sea, Tropical Paradise View is set in the hilltop of Au Tabor Anse La Raye, in a relaxing location. Elvie and Marisha were excellent cooks and kept us well fed with local Caribbean cuisine. We recommend that you purchase the breakfast and dinner option with your room. The view from the pool and dining areas was incredible! They made us feel welcome like family! Primus was very helpful recommending things to go see and what to avoid. He gave us a tour of the new units being built which will offer exceptional views of the ocean and valley below.
Set in Anse La Raye, 500 metres from Roseau Beach, Royal Escape - Jacuzzi, Pool, Luxury offers accommodation with an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a garden and barbecue facilities. Let me start this review off by stating I have never given a perfect review for a hotel, resort or villa. This is my first one! Pat was absolutely incredible. When I arrived from my delayed flight at a late hour, I was greeted by Pat and her husband. They were extremely welcoming and pleasant. The room is absolutely gorgeous. Everything in the room was in excellent condition. The bed is huge and cozy. Cable TV with plenty of channels, I was able to watch my Yankees from the room and even caught the Bucks vs Suns game 1. The kitchen was also great. When I opened the fridge, I was surprised to groceries which Pat went out of her way to purchase me. Eggs, fruit, orange juice, water and some delicious cheese. Did I mention that she even included a bottle of some nice tasting wine and a couple of flavored alcoholic beverages? She did! On the counter, she had delicious Lucian bananas and rolls of fresh bread along with long French bread. In the cabinet I was even provided with coffee, a can of tuna (which was delicious) along with a couple packs of Caribbean cookies and coconut cookies. The jacuzzi in the bathroom was heavenly. Took a couple tries for me to figure it out but it was so great to see the thought Pat put behind it. She had bubble bath soap, Epsom salts, romantic scented candles, incense and some delicious chocolate covered almonds! Too bad my date had passport issues :-(. On my second to last day, Pat even went out of her way to purchase me dinner, which she did not have to do. She also included some robes to wear in a spare room towards the back which also includes beach towels and a couch in case you have any guests stay over. The property even includes a pool in the back however, I did not use it during my stay. The place is also a few minutes drive to Marigot Bay which includes a beach and the famous Dr. Doolittle restaurant, which you have to take a ferry to get to.
Marigot Bay is Pretension at one end of the scale and Tack at the other. Both Tack and Pretension are pricey. We live on the island of Bequia, only 30 or 40 miles away but we have to get a ferry then a taxi to the airport in St Vincent to fly to the 'Lilliput' airport in north of St Lucia. Because Bequia is a small island and very dependent on seasonal tourism, it is not unreasonable to find prices more than on larger islands. But Marigot Bay is pricier than Bequia. Catch of the Day [very good] is 80 xcd even in the Tack end, In Bequia it is only 65xcd in the best hotels. So why does one go there? To stay at Villa Pomme d'Amour of course. It is the perfect sanctuary with very accommodating and generous hosts We went for peace and we got peace. The Bay 'village' was 12 minutes' walk but our host would give us a lift frequently.
If you're looking for a location away from Rodney Bay and the hustle and bustle of it all, then this is the place. Small villas tucked into the hillside with balconies and a view. Pool available and a shirt walk or drive to the beach. Roads are a bit pot holey, but JJ the owner is friendly and option for boat ride available. You can cook in the villa, pots and pans and cutlery available, just buy your food. Restaurant at the base of the property serves up good grub though!
This is the highlight of St.Lucia .It is definitely the most travelled area because of its location.The bay itself because of all the international yachts adds an aurora which is hard to duplicate.
There are a selection of restaurants to choose from Shop is present but limited We ate mainly at the hotel but there is an Indian restaurant that serves good food. Lovely yachts to look at along the path Need a car or taxi to get round which is available but pricey
We were able to spend a week in St. Lucia. Chateau Mygo is one of the gems of the Island. You can expect hairpin turns everywhere on the Island when traveling so don't let that discourage you from Chateau Mygo at the top of the bay with the best views, the largest private pool on the island from staying there. Three grocery stores within 4 miles of the Chateau. We had Mahi Mahi and Island spices to BBQ in our villa. A++ amenities with evening enterainment and great choices at the bay each evening for variety of food. Expect Isaland time if you are American and simple say that you need your drinks in 10 minutes... and then wait. 15% discounts for Chateau Mygo guests. We got to diamond falls and the botanical gardens and the quaint beaches at Sourferie ($18). We go easily north through Castries to the Naked Fisherman beach and resaurant and found more than enough to delight (Bannanas and Salt Fish for example). With 200k inhabitants the Rainforst the joy of the locals and the playgournd to water enthusiasts is all at Marigot Bay. Rodney Bay had your coommercial all inclusives and your Tiki Hut dinners but Marigot Bay has history, charm and is not easily eclipsed at any other island stay. Thanks Doreen and Andrea for making our stay a delight. Thanks for having your properities at their finest for our arrival and during our stay. Get a national car rental when you arrive - expect to pay $60-70 plus insurance a day.
Really lovely place. Marigot Beach Club was a great place to stay. Great views of the bay. Carnival boat tours were excellent. Fantastic kayak tour with DFH kayaks. Lovely food and drinks at the Hurricane Hole, which is just across the water (a 2 minute free ferry ride from the hotel we were staying in) Great snorkelling opportunities. Take cash (US Dollars or EC Dollars) as some restaurants don’t accept credit cards.
A haven of beauty, serenity, complete and total comfort. Attention to detail here is unparalleled.