Cap Maison Resort & Spa
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Just left after a 3 night stay at this hotel. Loved every minute of it. The hotel is a small boutique style of hotel. It's not super modern but it is full of character. Beautiful lush gardens surround the 'Spanish colonial' style of buildings. Lovely pool area over looking the ocean and Pigeon Island. Staff are incredibly warm and friendly. Cocktails are great. Wine list is superb. Plus a bonus of a cool little beach bar down in a cove adjacent to the hotel. Although not cheap, for what you get it's great value for money and I'd highly recommend for anyone who wants a peaceful holiday in a very beautiful corner of the world. Ps....only a 10 min taxi drive in and out of Rodney Bay.
Cap Maison is a well kept and pleasant, small boutique hotel overlooking the Atlantic and Martinique in the distance.We had apartments 11, 12 and 14 for 5 of us. We had access to a circa 10 metre private pool although there are 3 other shared pools.The apartment was serviced and reasonably well appointed with freezer, fridge, oven, washer and drier. The cliff restaurant is good although not cheap and the "fine dining" experience is not something that we felt up for every day.The beach is circa 90 steps down and there is a bar and restaurant there called the Naked Fisherman which serves good food.There are some basic water sports facilities (Hobie Cat, Sup boards) and helpful sports staff.There are two small bars (one inside, one out), a gym and a small treatment area for massages etc.We were there during September which is a quiet month on the island in general...and the hotel is quiet. This suited us perfectly....but would not be suitable for anyone looking for "nightlife" at the hotel. The gardens around the hotel are super and well kept.The staff were very pleasant and attentive.Overall, if you are looking for peace and quiet in a small, special apartment-based hotel with good food, pleasant staff and super outlook then this is the place for you.
What a lovely place to stay!This is a fabulous location with really friendly staff, great restaurants and I would be delighted to stay again. I can highly recommend a stay here as a couple, or with kids.The pools are very nice, but when we wanted privacy we had our own private pool with lovely views across the lawn to the sea.The restaurant is excellent & the bar is also very good!!The beach is great (accessible down long steps) with a very nice restaurant & bar. If you want a parasol & loungers you need to get there early as it's a public beach & we weren't happy asking the locals to vacate the hotel parasols as they had got there first!The hotel have lots of water sports equipment to loan to guests at the beach.I highly recommend this hotel.
Went here for my honeymoon for a five day stay. We were met by a friendly staff at the front desk who gave us a tour of the whole premises. There was a man who took our bags to the room for us. The cliff restaurant has stunning views over Pigeon Island. If you come slightly earlier, around 6pm, you can see the full sunset which will not disappoint.We had a room with a pool, even though we'd only paid for a jacuzzi room (they upgraded us because it was our honeymoon).The food is absolutely divine. The Cliff restaurant is fantastic for fine dining, they had very classy cover music in the background that perfectly matched the atmosphere. The Naked Fisherman is great for a more laid back evening on the beach. At both restaurants the fish dishes are particularly good.I've included a photo of "Rock Maison" which is a private dining area below the cliff restaurant. You get a personal waiter, there is a champagne zip line to your table. It is well worth the money.My only complaint is that the desserts don't live up to the standard of the starters and main meals. They were pleasant, particularly the ice cream, but in comparison to the rest of the food they might get four stars.I have no reservations about rating the whole experience as five stars.
We booked 4 nights at this boutique hotel en route to the US for business. We didn't fancy a big all inclusive as like to dine around.We had probably the best suite - a one bedroom sea front villa with private pool - just perfect in every way. Pool area was gorgeous with very comfortable loungers, staff would bring you a pool pack each day with bottled water and cold towels which were much appreciated in the Aug heat.We had faultless meals in The Cliff restaurant and indeed the lobster risotto was the best risotto we have ever had, we enjoyed it so much that we requested it on our last night and the chef made it us even though it wasn't on the menu. The Naked Fisherman beach bar provided lovely lunches (open for dinner too but we didn't go). Highly recommend the seafood chowder and the Kobe burger, great cocktails too! Breakfasts at the cliff were also very good with a different a la carte menu each day with about 5 different choices - some days better than others but again they were happy to do requests. The banana pancakes and eggs benedict were the best.On the downside, we were there in low season (Aug), so not much going on. Some music at the bar would have been appreciated to make there a reason to stay after dinner. Also, the beach at Smugglers Cove was great but needs more loungers and umbrellas as only 4 available and were always taken (it's a public beach but loungers belong to hotel - staff will ask the non-guests to move but that seemed rather unsavoury so we did without). St Lucia itself is a beautiful island - very run down in many parts. We were expecting a more high end experience in the main towns Castries and Rodney Bay but the shops were very low quality - thought there would be nice boutiques and high end restaurants to cater for the yachting fraternity and well heeled mainly British and American visitors - but nothing like that. We did find a great sushi place at the Rodney Bay Marina and Tao at the Body Holiday was also very good (although pricy for what it was and small portion sizes)!Highly recommend Cap Maison!
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- Welcome Spa Treatment: all adults are offered a 30 minute welcome massage at the hotel's Spa Maison
- Fitness room
- Water sports including fun boats, Catamaran Dart 16, Windsurfing and kayaks
- Free WiFi
- Champagne on arrival
- Welcome gift
- Live Music
- Weekly Managers Cocktail Party
- Concessionary green fees at the golf club
- Non motorized water sports, Reservations required/restrictions apply/subject to availability
- Club Lounge
- Complimentary Beach Shuttle to Pigeon Island
- Full breakfast, lunch and dinner at the award winning Cliff at Cap restaurant* from the daily changing fresh Simply Maison menu (certain fine dining items may include small supplement);
- House wines & spirits by the glass, local rums, beers, soft drinks
- 49 rooms
- 1 restaurant
- 2 bars
- Spa (fee)
- Gift Shop
- Currency Exchange
- Concierge service
- Laundry Service
- Meeting facilities
- Wireless internet
- 2 Twin beds or 1 Double Bed
- No infants or Children are permitted in this room
- Located in the tropical gardens
- Balcony or Terrace
- Air conditioned
- Ceiling fan
- En suite bathroom with walk in shower
- Hair dryer and luxury bathroom amenities
- Turn down service on evenings
- Bose CD/iPod/iPhone docking station
- DVD Player
- Satellite television
- In room safe
- Iron and ironing board
- Tea/coffee maker
- Daily stocked mini bar
- Small private verandah/outdoor area
- Maximum Occupancy: 2 persons
- Ocean view from a private verandah
- Generous bathroom
- Small sitting and dining area
- Some include an outdoor shower
- King size bed
- Private verandah/outdoor area
- No infants or children are permitted
- Maximum occupancy: 2 persons
Resort Location Map
Cap Maison Resort & SpaSaint Lucia,Saint Lucia
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Smugglers Cove Dr, Cap Estate St. Lucia
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