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St Lucia

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The Caribbean island of St Lucia is home to beautiful, volcanic, palm-fringed beaches, excellent reef-diving sites, countless little luxury resorts and some charming fishing villages. With a lush interior featuring soaring mountains, dense rain forest, fertile valleys, and acres of banana plantations, St. Lucia is mostly distinguished by the Pitons – a pair of dramatically tapered mountains on the southwest coast. Hike through the rainforest to discover magnificent waterfalls, zip-line over forest canopies or see boiling sulphur springs bubble away atop a volcano. If you’ve still got the energy for a night out, you will find a lively party scene the north of the island. Whether you’re after romance, rejuvenation or adventure, Saint Lucia is the perfect destination.

East Winds

Why We Love East Winds

East Winds has been a favourite property for many years and the excellent management and staff team they have in place really works. Guests can be assured of a truly exceptional all-inclusive hotel experience.

The variety of food is unbeatable – a different four-course gourmet menu is served most nights, accompanied by carefully picked wines stocked from several countries. The ambience is relaxed and the staff are so friendly that you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. The owners are totally committed to maintaining the wonderful qualities now expected at this superb boutique hotel and guests, mainly from the UK, can be assured of a perfect holiday retreat.

The location of this boutique hotel is perfect – on one of St Lucia’s most sheltered bays, and there’s an atmosphere of quality and exclusivity in the boutique style cottages scattered around the gorgeous gardens. It’s certainly a sought after winter retreat, and particularly popular with families and honeymoons in the summer. In short, it’s an ‘all-inclusive’ with a difference; low key and informal, yet elegant and very private.

Airport

Hewanorra International Airport, St Lucia – 1 Hour 20 Minutes, 60km.

George F. L. Charles Airport, St Lucia – 10 Minutes, 7km.

Location

East Winds is located at La Brelotte Bay and is set amongst 12 acres of beautiful tropical gardens.

Accommodation

30 Cottages and Suites located in stunning  gardens, of which 4 are Oceanfront.

Food & Drink

1 Restaurant.
3 Bars with beach service.

All Inclusive Features:

– Complimentary Sparkling Wine & Chocolates / Fruit Basket in room upon arrival. –

– Full breakfast, lunch afternoon tea and 4-course dinner daily (evening silver service and a barbecue once a week). –

– All day light-bite menu. –

– ‘Hampers’ for guests for picnic lunch on private excursions. –

– All restaurant and bar beverages by the glass: wine, beer, spirits, cocktails and soft drinks (all from international brands). Champagne is served in the evening at the bar year round. –

– At dinner a choice of 3 or 4 different wines are offered from the hotel wine cellar, with house wines at lunch. –

– Weekly Manager’s champagne cocktail party with canapés. –

Spa & Wellness

Spa treatments in the Spa Pavilion.

Yoga and Pilates – Complimentary classes take place 4 times a week.

Activities

Complimentary non-motorzied water sports (Hobbie-Cat, Pedalos, Kayaks, Paddle Boards & Snorkelling), Swimming Pool with swim-up bar

Games Pavilion, Table Tennis, Jogging / Fitness Trail including work-out stations, Regular Live Entertainment and Guest Exclusive Experiences. 

Eco Friendly

Rabot Hotel

Why We Love Rabot Hotel

Combine an incredible tropical location and all things chocolate and Rabot Hotel is it! Set in the natural lush tropical landscape of St. Lucia’s UNESCO World Heritage Site rainforest, the Rabot Estate is truly unique and combines Project Chocolat and Rabot Hotel across the 140 acres estate. The resort comprises 25 beautifully appointed private lodges , elevated 1000ft above sea level and is a place where the calming sounds of nature, stimulate and inspire relaxation. The property overlooks the island’s iconic Pitons and reconnects guests with nature by way of open-air architecture and sustainable earthy materials and guest experiences.

Guests are encouraged to explore the estate with tours of the cacao groves, and the opportunity to dip into Project Chocolat an immersive experience showcasing where the vision of Rabot Estate began. Chocolate features throughout the property from dining, picnics, chocolate-based cocktails, and delectable spa treatments. Rabot Hotel really epitomises a chocolate lovers’ paradise with ethical and ecological practises to make the experience and surroundings unique and quite special.

Airport

Hewanorra International Airport, St Lucia – 45 Minutes, 30km.

George F. L. Charles Airport, St Lucia – 1 Hour 10 Minutes, 47km.

Location

Overlooking Petit Piton and set in 140 acres of lush Cacao farm and rainforest.

Accommodation

25 beautifully appointed Lodges.

Food & Drink

1 Restaurant

1 Bar

The cuisine at Rabot Restaurant is inspired by the rare cacao grown on the Rabot Estate and reflected throughout the menus. It is also a popular choice for foodies visiting the island offering a pioneering cacao cuisine menu and a spectacular setting with views across the Petit Piton. We love that the menu uses cacao as a light and subtle spice and sometimes as a delicate infusion, but always in a natural and healthy ingredient. Club Boucan poolside is a relaxing space to enjoy a more casual lunch with a simple fresh menu and delicious cocktails and fresh juices.

St Lucia is a real paradise for market gardens and sustainable produce and the hotel supports farmers and fishermen by buying locally. The produce is used in the dishes the restaurant offers alongside what the hotel grows from its herb garden and fruits sourced on the estate.

Spa & Wellness

Rabot resorts spa Beaute de Cacaos Spa is a sanctuary set in the rainforest and offers an exclusive range of wellness therapies. The spa uses the cacao bean in the lotion and treatments, all made fresh on the property in small batches. The spa menu is tantalising with coffee scrubs, cacao massages and wraps all using a mix of cacao, cinnamon, almond, rose, banana, butter and oils, a natural banquet for the body!

Activities

Explore with tours and self-guided walks, excursions and activities include Marcial cacao groves, sea adventures and a sunset cruise on Boucanier, 

Gros Piton climb, Sulphur Springs volcano hike and exploring further the island of St Lucia. There is a gym, yoga classes and facilities for guests at Malgretoute beach.​

Eco Initiatives

Reconnect with nature by way of open-air architecture, sustainable earthy materials and organic, eco-conscious practices all part of the 

ethos of the hotels’ Saint Lucian idyll.

TRAVEL, TRANSPORT AND GETTING AROUND

Helicopter transfers operate between George F L Charles and Hewanorra airports.

All major centres are served by a reasonably good road network. The main cross-island route runs from Vieux Fort in the south of the island to Castries in the north. Roads are narrow and mountainous roads are steep, often with hairpin bends which are not marked. In rural areas watch out for livestock crossing the road.

You can hire cars in Castries, Soufrière and Vieux Fort, or through hotels. Most cars are suitable for driving in St Lucia, but if you’re driving through mountainous terrain or in bad weather conditions, a 4-wheel drive may be your best option. Hotels and local tour operators run coach trips for groups. Vehicles are driven on the left side of the road. You need to show your national driving licence or International Driving Permit to obtain a temporary local licence. These are available from car hire firms or police stations for a small fee.

Hiring a taxi is easy and cheap. Standard trips usually have fixed rates, but you should agree upon these before you get in as tourists are vulnerable to being overcharged. Doublecheck what currency the taxi driver is quoting (US Dollars or EC Dollars). When hiring a taxi at night, always choose a reputable company. Tipping is unnecessary.

Boat charters are easily available at Castries, Marigot Bay and Rodney Bay. Water taxis are an easy way to access private beaches or go island hopping.

CLIMATE AND WEATHER

The weather in St Lucia is typical of most Caribbean islands. There is a hot, tropical climate tempered by trade winds throughout most of the year with temperatures ranging from 21°C (70°F) to 32°C (90°F). The driest period is from December to May and there is increased rainfall in summer and towards the end of the year (June to November). Regionally, there is some variation.  The beaches around the North (Castries, Gros Islet) whilst hot, receive cooling trade winds, whilst the rainforested interior of the island can get very hot and humid. St Lucia can also suffer from hurricanes; typically the hurrican season runs from June to November.

Food and Drink

Mains water is normally chlorinated, and whilst relatively safe, may cause mild abdominal upsets. Bottled water is available. Milk is pasteurised and dairy products are safe for consumption. Local meat, poultry, seafood, fruit and vegetables are generally considered safe to eat but take care to ensure that all foods are properly prepared and cooked. Barracuda should not be eaten due to risk of ciguatera poisioning.

St Lucian food is a combination of Creole with French and West Indian influences. Most hotels have restaurants, in addition to a wide range in the major towns serving many different types of food. Waiter service is the norm.

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