Ti Kaye Resort and Spa
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This is a lovely place with a great beach, good rooms and wonderful staff. The rooms are very nice and comfortable with outdoor showers and a hammock on the deck. The food is very good and the staff can't do enough for you. There are plenty of sun loungers down on the beach and shade if you need it, plus jugs of chilled water - but the cocktails are very tempting. Good snorkeling on both sides of the bay. The menu in the hotel restaurant changes every night so there's plenty to choose from for dinner in the evening (we were half board). You definitely need a car if you want to leave and explore as there's nothing in walking distance and quite a long road up to the hotel . Take advantage of happy hour in the bar before dinner too. We took our own snorkeling equipment so as not to have to hire out every day. The only downside were the sandflies which came out in force at about 5.30 every day, so it was difficult to enjoy the fabulous sunsets. I'd definitely go back though might have to save up a bit!
We have just got back from St Lucia and stayed at Ti Kaye for our first time in the Caribbean. We were blown away by how beautiful the resort was and we were welcomed with a complimentary cocktail. After being taken to our room we settled in and then decided to check out the beach. Plenty of sun loungers although we only really went down there to snorkel and dive, as we had a plunge pool on our deck along with the rocking chairs and double hammocks. The odd time when we actually sat on the beach the staff were great, always ensuring we had everything we needed without bothering us.The main issues we had were with the food and the options. I'm vegetarian and despite having a couple of options on the menus each night, there wasn't much that appealed. After 3 nights someone finally decided to tell us that there was the option of a Garden Menu EVERY night that you could ask for which was purely veggie. However, after 10 days eating in the same place, you soon get bored. We found the menus very overpriced for the food.During the day the only option was to have lunch at the beach restaurant which had beautiful views overlooking the ocean and the staff down there were fantastic - much friendly than the evening servers. However, it was the same menu every lunchtime. For veggies, there were 2 options so I had to alternate between a salad and a bean burger. In the end I stopped having lunch as I was bored. My fiancé liked a cold beer or two at lunchtime and again we had to be informed by other guests that we could purchase a "bucket" of beers (6 small bottles) for $18 rather than paying $5 a bottle at individual prices (would have been $30 dollars for the same amount) - we were never once showed a drinks menu at the beach.I would also suggest that there is an option for room service - I have never been to a hotel that charges this price to stay without this option. There were nights when we wanted to stay on our deck just the two of us but instead we were forced to eat at the main restaurant.I would say to those thinking of staying that we were happy to pay the price for the accommodation as this was wonderful. But we felt that everything else had a lot to be desired and the aim of the hotel was to get as much money out of the guests as possible.
This hotel is nice, however it is incredibly expensive for what you get. You have no option but to eat at the 1 restaurant open with about 4-5 options for about £25-40 for a main course. Get the feeling that as they know you have paid a fair amount to stay there, they want to take you for as much money as they can.Creole night was the highlight for the week, however the 7 course menu was condensed to 4 courses and the steel band promised never arrived. To compensate all the guests for this we were given $5 off the meal ($40 to $35), which is not much compensation when paying $500 a night to stay there.Most of the staff are friendly, however, we did feel that management advice to staff is to make as much from the guests as possible.Not to take it away, it is nice, just when you pay that much we thought we would have received a little better treatment - we had to ask for new water/milk for the room a few times as this was not replaced each day and soon got warm/went off in the temperature.This hotel is not near anything else, so once you are in, you cannot get out until it is time for you to leave.
We first visited Ti Kaye May 2015, we were engaged on that trip. We loved it so much that we came back for our honeymoon. The staff is always friendly. The food is delicious and the views are amazing. Yes, the road to the resort is bumpy but that doesn't take away from the experience. You will have a mountain of stairs to walk to get to the beach, but once you are there you will be set all day. They have a bunch of activities and a restaurant located on the beach. If you are looking for a party spot, go to Sandals. This resort is peaceful and calm. We will be back. Shout out to Naudine, she is amazing. Thank you Ti Kaye for another memorable vacation. -Jennifer & Chris
This was a vacation I very well needed. I had just gotten out a very hurtful relationship and needed a place to be alone with God spiritually so he could help me refill my soul. Omg the view from the airport ride to the resort was amazing. The(bumpy roads) didn't really bother me at all. The staff upon my arrival was very friendly. My room was amazing especially the out door shower, it was to die for. The hammock on the porch made the room even more awe-inspiring. The wi-fi was ok, not as strong as I wanted it to be. The staff always made sure my room was very well kept. But nothing beats the quietness that I was truly looking for. I wasn't sure how the food was going to taste being so use to mainly food back home in the US. All the meal was amazing especially my morning coffee(😊) and the view that went with it. The bar grill for lunch had the livest staff. Elizabeth Terry, was so helpful and very nice to me. Very sweet woman. So make sure she always gets a great tip. Dina, she worked both at the bar grill and at the main restaurant. A very funny young lady and great conversations. Ti Kaye Resort was everything I needed and more. And yes I plan on returning again next year.
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 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
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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