You’ll find the pool down near the beach, in a courtyard lined with palm trees and couple-sized sunbeds. There are three restaurants, each paired with a bar and serving up a special kind of cuisine. Children of all ages have a kids’ club and activity list specially designed for them. And adults can get stuck in with fast-paced watersports and scuba diving. For something more laidback, there’s a state-of-the-art spa, too.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
The hotel has its own watersports centre, where you can try things like windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and snorkelling*. There’s also a PADI-certified scuba diving centre*, giving you the option to explore the dozens of nearby coral reefs and shipwrecks.
Little ones have their own list of activities. The Sugar Club offers up daily treasure hunts, arts and crafts, and archery sessions. Teenage visitors have their own space, too, complete with table tennis, video games and a few pinball machines.
There's a range of watersports on offer here, and they're completely free. You can try out windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, hobiecats and pedalos. There's also snorkelling* where there's a small charge which goes towards supporting reef conservation.
- 2 floodlit tennis courts
- Pool table
- Beach volleyball
- Table tennis
There's additional watersports which come with a small charge. You'll find water-skiing, wake-boarding, knee-boarding, banana boat rides and tubing.
FOOD & DRINK
Continental breakfast buffets, Caribbean seafood and stone-baked pizzas are available across three different restaurants. They each have their own style, setting and picture-perfect view.
You’re not limited to the restaurants, though. If there’s a place in the resort you want to have a meal – whether that’s on the pier, on the jetty, or on the terrace – you can have a table made up for you, along with a personalised menu.
- Great Room Restaurant
Opening Times: [06.30-22.30]
Offering Caribbean-influenced cuisine in a fine dining style restaurant, the Great Room oozes elegance. Using the freshest ingredients and local wine, you'll find the perfect blend for each course.
- Bayside bar
Opening Times: [09.00-23.00]
Set on the beach you can enjoy the Caribbean views with your favourite drink. You'll find a range of cocktails on offer, plus snacks like wood-fired pizza and tapas.
- The Terrace Restaurant
Opening Times: [07.00-10.30, 18.30-22.30]
Set on the ground floor, you can choose to dine indoors or al fresco overlooking the Caribbean and the lily pond. There's a continental buffet breakfast on offer and à la carte options, too.
- Bayside Restaurant
Opening Times: [12.30-15.00, 18.00-22.00]
You'll find this restaurant on the beach, so you can enjoy à la carte meals with your toes in the sand. It's open for lunch and dinner and offers a range of gourmet pizzas cooked in the wood-fired oven, speciality sandwiches and grilled goods. During the evenings you'll also find live entertainment, giving you a real flavour of the culture of St Lucia.
- Cane Bar
Opening Times: [18.00-01.00]
Here you can try some of the planet's best aged rums. As well as a variety of rum and drinks on offer, you can also snack on Asian-inspired dishes like sashimi and sushi.
- The Palm Court Bar & Lounge
Opening Times: [15.00-23.00]
During the day you'll find Afternoon tea here with favourites like scones, finger sandwiches and tea. Whilst in the evening you'll find a more lively affair, with a range of cocktails, spirits, wines and beers.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
The spa’s fitted with seven treehouse massage rooms, where you can try banana, coconut and cocoa butter treatments*. There’s also a brick steam room and a salon for manicures* and pedicures*.
There are plenty of opportunities to work on your fitness. Yoga, aerobics and pilates classes are held in the gardens. And in the top-notch gym, you can exercise with a personal trainer.
- Rainforest Spa
Set across seven tree house treatment rooms, you can reach ultimate relaxation with the range of signature treatments* on offer here. Try out bamboo massages, hot stone therapies, facials, body wraps, body scrubs and polishes or holistic treatments.
- Body wraps*
- Amerindian steam dome
- Fitness classes
You'll find a selection of aerobics, yoga, pilates and boot camp-style fitness classes.
After dinner, you can lounge around in the hotel’s three bars. The Bayside Bar serves up a long cocktail menu under a palm tree canopy, and the Cane Bar comes with its own rum expert.
To watch the sunset, sit out on the terrace at the Palm Court Bar and Lounge.
- Sugar Club
Little ones won't get bored with the Sugar Club on hand. Offering a range of activities for children aged between 4 and 12, the club is open everyday. Children can expect to take part in treasure hunts, arts and crafts, archery, coconut bowling and beach activities like fish feeding and sand castle building.
- Spice club
The Spice Club is open for older children with activities like table tennis, croquet, billiard tournaments and video games. There's also sailing club* where kids can learn the basics of sailing.
You’ll find the pool and sun terrace in the well-kept gardens, a few feet away from the beach. The pool’s an oval-shaped number with its own bar.
You can get down to Sugar Beach in a two-minute walk from your room. As the name suggests, the sand here looks and feels like white sugar, and it's flanked on both sides by green hills.
- Outdoor pool
There's a round outdoor pool here, it's surrounded by sunloungers and a beach bar, but best of all, it comes with sea views.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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