Cap Maison Resort & Spa
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We booked a 14 night stay in a Villa with roof top pool .On arrival we were shown to room 44 which was enormous with a great view ,It was however in the rear tier .I went to reception the following day and said that There is nothing at all wrong with my room but i had pictured myself in the front row when i had booked . Hey presto ! the next day we were in room 3 (highly recommended ) which was absolutely perfect .This is a small indication of the 14 days of faultless service we received .We didn't do AI as we like to get out and about but if I'm correct in thinking it is better to take up the option on arrival rather than when you book through an agent .You can also take up the AI option for as many days of your stay that suits, as long as they are consecutive .Every meal we had at the hotel was very good .Good set choice for breakfast but not limited to "set" and i had mine cooked to order every day,Out of roughly 20 poached eggs not one less than spot on! The Naked fisherman is idyllic in every way with some comfy sofas at the far end which we enjoyed after dinner on a few evenings with the resident cat .A must is Ross's cocktail party followed by Creole tasting menu at the Cliff which is served with a variety of rum for each course an excellent evening. As for the staff a lot of names escape me however Hi to Francis our Housekeeper (a lovely lady) ,Cyril at the bar (provider of a mean Rum and Coke), Stacey (and hubby ),the friendly gardner with the Locks and the angel whom mixed me a Ti-punch to sort out my head cold sadly i can't recall her name but that may be a side effect of Ti-punch !!!An enormous thank you to all at Cap Maison for allowing us into your world .Simply a stunning experience .
I stayed here over the new year period and had a nice stay. There were some elements however, that could be worked on to turn the scale from average to good. One of these was to do with the maintenance of the pool areas. There were often used towels left scattered on the sun loungers with dirty dishes and finished cocktail glasses left uncleared. This meant that when i went to the pool i would have to clear the previous persons stuff. It's a very easy fix, just needs the staff to look around more and do routine checks.I was a little disappointed with the spa too, while i was having my treatment they had turned a washing machine and tumble drier on which wasn't very relaxing, again an easy fix. Noisy spa = not relaxing.The highlight of the trip was the gazebo bbq evening, i would really recommend booking this as the view is fantastic and it's nice to have a private dinner.
We stayed here for 3 days in January. We had villa 25 which was all on one level on the ground floor and had a lovely shaded little pool and semi-private garden. A very pretty villa, watched over at one point by a beautiful blue heron motionless on a tree in the dark. Housekeeping was very good and the villa was spotless. We nicknamed the villa "The Fallen Orchid" after the beautiful fresh orchid, in its vase, kept falling over in gusts of wind that came through the jalousie shutters of the living area!The food at both the Naked Fisherman and Cliff at Cap was excellent. The staff were great as usual and looked after us very well. Some of the regular staff got awards, Hi Keisha and Stacey! We also were served by Shrema whose knowledge about the invasive Lionfish was impressive. Glad that it is on the menu and not eating the small fry in the sea!Luanne kindly offered me an arm and walked me back to the villa on one occasion.There was a new waitress, Shanieka, with whom I had a great chat re the local Kaiso on the island – a subject we are both keen on. All the staff were professionally brilliant and even invited us to their staff party!We were invited, by the GM, to try the three types of rum punch in the wine cellar of Cap. The house rum punch is known to us and delicious. The second one we tried had a lovely sophisticated flavour, I think it was made with a Bajan rum? I could drink it all day! The third one we tried was based on an aged Solera rum matured in an oak cask and made by Cap M. This had a smoky Laphroaig flavour to it, very lovely already and will develop over time. Definitely my favourite.On the first day, we had a tasting menu with paired wines which was very good. I loved the chowder, tuna tartare, snapper and rare beef fillet mignon and lionfish!I decided to go for one day “all inclusive” with the Cap-it-All package to try it out. This worked out at $300 USD for two people for the day. Breakfast was already included in our room price. Here are the main points:There were very few dishes surcharged on this package at either the Naked Fisherman or Cliff at Cap – I was delighted that fillet beef mignon was included! It was good to be able to choose from the ala carte menu as well as the Simple Menu du Jour menu. I figured we saved about $150-200 on this package – very useful when the exchange rate £/$ is so bad at the moment! Spiny Lobster risotto, beef carpaccio, tuna carpaccio, and lionfish all excellent. The jerk pork at the Naked Fisherman was well-spiced, juicy and delicious. Too much for me to finish but I loved it..My diet –such as it was - got totally hammered by the delicious peanut butter cup icecream which was irresistible. The wines by the glass list was pretty comprehensive and I loved the Chianti. Note that if you order wine by the glass to your room there will be a tray charge…I got confused about what spirits were included. I did not like the vodka used for the cocktails at the Naked Fisherman much. But then I had been somewhat spoiled by Grey Goose the day before! I never did work out whether Bombay Sapphire was on the list or not but apparently it is, along with Tanqueray and Gordons. Vodkas include Absolute…In conclusion, it is worth considering the AI package particularly considering it includes many options on the high-end menu. Due to a health issue it was tricky for me to sail the hobiecat this time. I did consult with Deeshay about this in watersports and he advised me not to do so. I am very glad I took his advice - albeit reluctantly! My swim was great and he was there ready to help me out of the water if needed. Much appreciated. CheckoutThere is always some confusion with the bill at checkout and this time was no exception. Olivia, the very pleasant and patient front-office lady helped me go through it. There are some problems with the new system and I was just about to pay when the computer system changed again and tried to charge me for breakfast! Arrgh! Hopefully these teething problems will be ironed out soon.We used Michael as our taxi driver to the airport and he was excellent with a very comfortable vehicle. Another great stay, thanks to Ross, Aaron, Dey, Luanne and the team. Hopefully see you next year!
We stayed here for 9 nights in January and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The staff are very friendly and helpful. We had complimentary half board which was excellent value. The breakfast specials menu changed daily and there was a good selection of other options from the buffet. It was also possible to have eggs to order. The juices were freshly made with interesting combinations of ingredients.We ate at The Cliff restaurant each night and the food was excellent. The trio menu and the Creole tasting menu with paired wines were particularly good. Although we didn't eat at The Naked Fisherman we enjoyed a glass of wine there in the late afternoon whilst watching the surf which was pretty good whilst we were there.We stayed in a Garden View room on the first floor with a balcony and although we were on the main route to The Cliff, it didn't feel too busy or noisy. The room was spacious and clean and the bathroom had twin basins and a powerful shower.The hotel has a nice pool area with comfortable loungers but it is only a five minute walk to the beach so even if the pool area is full, there is an easy alternative. There are a lot of steps to the beach so may not be suitable for anyone with mobility problems.We went on a sunset cruise on the hotel's motor cruiser - The Cap Maison 1 (a beautiful boat) which was very enjoyable.There is building work going on nearby and heavy lorries travelling up and down the road immediately outside the hotel which create some noise and damage to the road but we did not find this too much of a problem.We had a very enjoyable stay at Cap Maison and we would definitely consider staying here again if we return to St Lucia.
Comfortable and tranquil with excellent staff who had the perfect blend of service and personality.There is a lovely feeling of space at this boutique hotel as there are not many guests for the size of the property. The food and drink offerings are very good. It is not cheap but you won't feel over charged given the quality and service.Relaxed elegance rather than glitzy and showy, take a book and a loved one and enjoy the great view and a glass of wine from the extensive list ( many available by the glass ).
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
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
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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