Ti Kaye Resort and Spa
- What's Included
- All Inclusive Features
We just returned from a honeymoon at Ti’Kaye and absolutely loved it! The views are gorgeous, the seclusion relaxing, the food delicious, the staff helpful and accommodating, and the opportunity to be as busy or as lazy as you want to be is the perfect mix. The dish prices aren’t cheap though we still chose not to go the all inclusive route as it made more sense for us. Depending on a couple’s daytime food/drinks though, it could for others price wise! We loved loved loved the view during the couples massage. We also loved the dive shop guys as well. Everyone here is very friendly and helpful. If you like wine, you have to do the cellar wine tasting-so informative and great selections! The only negative thing we could say if we had to dig deep would be the mattresses weren’t great for our backs, and we felt maybe a little more support and fuller mattresses would have been nice (and we are young,to be clear,haha). But that’s really it and they were by no means terrible. We had a gorgeous,fun honeymoon and will definitely recommend this resort to others, and definitely be back one day ourselves!
This was a wrong choice for us. For a hotel charging these rates we expected higher standards. The plus side - the staff are great, very friendly and helpful. The down side - it could be described as 'Rustic'.The hotel is quite remote and the access roads are terrible (especially after a long flight and you suffer from travel sickness) - this makes eating out difficult. We found the room to be basic, the pool area of amateurish construction and the many timber steps to beach in need of repair. The hotel seems very eco-friendly though.Except at 'happy hour', the drinks are expensive and the quality of the restaurant food does not justify the cost of the half board upgrade (USD 95 pppd with service and taxes), but there is little choice to go elsewhere.If you visit the beach do not forget anything, 165 steep steps up, and down, seems a long way.Sorry, I don't like to be negative, but in my opinion there is much room for upgrading.
TI Kaye is quite secluded. The trip from the airport is an hour and half . The road leading into the resort is *interesting* (lots of twist and turns). We stayed in an ocean front cottage which was absolutely charming- covered porch with hammock, large bed with mosquito netting, and an outdoor shower (which was nice- and interesting to take a warm shower in the rain)- AND.... the view- I can't even express how beautiful it was (breath-taking for starters!). The hotel & restaurant staff (& management) are extremely friendly and accommodating. The restaurant is nice with a good selection of food and wine. The resort is tucked away on a large cliff. To access the beach you walk down (and up) 166 stairs- which requires you to be *fairly* fit. We found out on our last day that you could actually take a car ride instead of walking back up (but we needed the exercise after all the good food and drink we consumed). The beach was nice .... but I have definitely been to prettier beaches in the Caribbean. The biggest complaint I had with the beach (and this has nothing to do with the resort) is it is a public beach and on certain days tour boats (usually from larger resorts) come in with a couple of dozen people to explore the beach and snorkle in the cove....which is understandable because there is good snorkeling, but it is much more relaxing when the beach is only occupied by Ti Kaye guests. The resort offers their own tours (which are great- LOVED the Land and Sea - there's so much to explore in Saint Lucia). Ti Kaye also offers $40.00 passes for purchase to the airport lounge before you depart .....while I can honestly say Saint Lucia is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen, the airport is one of the worst (it is crowded, not very organized and small)- but the lounge was great (air conditioned, WIFI, comfortable chairs & couches, drinks and food included- which was nice because we had a fairly long wait before we took off.Overall- I loved the rustic elegance of Ti Kaye and Saint Lucia and will definitely visit again.
The location was outstanding on cliff face of Anse Le Raye, with a private beach. The service was great and its a very special experience. With 33 rooms and adults only staff and other guests all get to know each other well.We went for the all in inclusive which was a great choice stayed for 10nights. They stock the hotel with amazing wine and the a la carte menu is unique some of the best quality we have had, so pit on a bit of weight. We had an ocean view cottage good size, nice decor. However the facilities were basic could do with some modernisation.
We had a lovely few nights at Ti Kaye following an activity packed time at the BodyHoliday. The resort was charming - small and peaceful, and we spent most of our time just chilling out. The beach was great (we didn't mind the stairs!) and the beach bar was good for lunch and drinks. We did find it slightly inconvenient that towels were strictly ticketed, and the noise from the excursion boats was annoying from time to time but otherwise we had a nice experience. The pool area was just ok - we didn't spend much time there as it was nicer/more comfortable either to be on the beach or at the room. We very much liked our room - it was spacious and comfortable and it was good to have tea and coffee facilities. The outdoor shower was a nice novelty and we didn't suffer too badly with mosquitoes thanks to the a/c and mosquito net (as well as our trusty plug-ins). The large deck (including hammock) was a relaxing place to sit/lie and read, or just watch the weather rolling in!We were on a half board deal and enjoyed our breakfasts and dinners in the restaurant, especially the Creole evening preceded by the manager's drinks party, which was a good opportunity to chat to some of the friendly staff and other guests. We enjoyed a massage treatment at the little spa, which was great - the view from the treatment room is wonderful! The downside of the resort is the road leading up to it - it doesn't make for a premium arrival or departure experience, which is a shame! We understand that there are various factors at play meaning it can't easily be repaired but it does let the place down slightly.
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
- Resort fees (if applicable) must be paid directly to the hotel
- Hotel transfers for packages to USA
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- Welcome Cocktail
- Bottle of water upon arrival
- Daily maid service
- In room tea and coffee
- Use of Kayaks
- Free wifi in entire property
- Use of beach pergolas and wooden chaise lounges
- Breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily.
- Drinks including soft drinks, juices, still or sparkling water, Piton Beer, House White or Red Wines, local Rum and Rum Punch.
- Lunch consists of 1 starter, 1 main course and 1 dessert.
- Dinner consists of 1 starter, 1 main course and 1 dessert.
- Complimentary welcome drink and cold towel on arrival
- Daily continental breakfast
- Complimentary in room tea
- French press coffee and fresh milk daily
- Daily maid service and evening turn down service
- Complimentary use of kayaks, luxurious hand built wooden pergolas and beach loungers with plush cream padded cushions
- Managers' complementary cocktail hour every Wednesday from 6 - 7 pm followed by live local band
- Use of the air conditioned gym (weights, multi gym, cycle and step machines, floor mats and iPod dock)
- WiFI free in room and resort wide
- Complimentary 5 minute pre dinner neck and shoulder massage between 7 - 8 pm in Kai Manje restaurant.
- NOTE: there is no refund due for any of the inclusions whi are not taken or used by the guest.
- 33 rooms
- 2 restaurants
- 2 bars
- Fitness centre
- Common Area Wireless internet
- Car rental service
- Gift Shop
- Complementary coffee
- Parking On Site
- Currency Exchange
- 4 poster king bed or 2 queen beds
- In room safe
- iPod Dock
- Iron and ironing board
- Ceiling Fan
- Clock radio
- Maximum occupancy of 3
Resort Location Map
Ti Kaye Resort and SpaSaint Lucia,Saint Lucia
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
P.O. Box GM 669, Anse Cochon St. Lucia
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