Your dream holiday is within your grasp when you book hotels in St Lucia…
Everything about this Caribbean island feels surreal and magical – as if you’ve stepped into the pages of a novel or stumbled on to a movie set. The soaring peaks, the lush interior, the picture-perfect white sands, and the turquoise seas: its flawless vistas will live long in your memory.
Close to Barbados, Martinique, and St Vincent and the Grenadines, the shores of lovely St Lucia are lapped by the Caribbean Sea. High above the island, meanwhile, the peaks of Gros Piton and Petit Piton punch the blue skies above, challenging every other Caribbean nation in the natural beauty stakes.
To create your stay, your way, book flights to Hewanorra International Airport (UVF), near Vieux Fort, and then complete the holiday package with car hire in St Lucia and a stay at one of the amazing St Lucia resorts.
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Most St Lucia hotels offer an all-inclusive package to make your holiday here as unforgettable as the scenery. And with top-notch dining, drinks, facilities and fun-filled activities on tap, taking the all-inclusive option means you are in for a totally relaxing ride.
Luxury hotels can be found along the coastline, surrounded by emerald-green trees, festooned with impossibly bright flowers, and fronted by some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. And with average daily temperatures between 25 and 28C year round, you are practically guaranteed a sun-kissed experience in St Lucia.
Resort areas in St Lucia include Rodney Bay, in the north, which features shopping malls, restaurants and bars. Nearby Gros Islet also delivers some of St Lucia’s best luxury hotels. These areas are suitable for couples, groups and families. Soufriere Bay, on the west coast, feels more local.
The beauty of holidays here is in unwinding on the beach or beside the pool, dining under the stars, tackling new water sports, and spending time with your loved ones. In other words, holidays in St Lucia are very much hotel based, so you don’t need to think too hard about location when making your choice.
You might, however, want to try Soufriere or the capital of Castries if you’re looking for a budget stay. For cheaper deals, avoid too the peak season of December to April, when northern-hemisphere holidaymakers shake off the chills of their homeland. Look outside of these months for cheaper hotel deals.
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If you do manage to drag yourself from your sun lounger, there is much to see and do. Car hire is recommended…
Top five attractions
The capital of St Lucia is a place where grid-pattern streets hide many a gem of a restaurant or boutique-style shop. There’s a bustling port with fairly lively nightlife.
Pigeon Island National Park
An exotic islet joined to the north of St Lucia by a manmade causeway, it is home to an old British Fort and has been a national park since 1992.
This picturesque west-coast town and one-time capital of the island is now a beautiful holiday destination set against the rainforest peaks of the Pitons.
Six acres of lush vegetation adorn this award-winning retreat that is set amid beautiful surroundings that include a hot spring and a waterfall.
The twin volcanic peaks that overlook Soufriere offer some adventurous trekking opportunities.
Make memories even sweeter when you attend any of St Lucia’s top annual events…
St Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival; May: Let the honeyed sound of jazz set the beat for a few days as you watch and listen to a host of performances on Pigeon Island.
St Lucian Carnival; July: Castries becomes the centre of attention as St Lucia parades and dances into the early hours. Calypso music fills the air and colourfully dressed locals crowd the streets.
St Lucia Food and Rum Festival; October: The people of St Lucia are rightly proud of their rum – the island is home to some of the best distilleries in the Caribbean. And that’s why, each year, the locals honour the drink with lectures, tasting sessions and even rum-based cookery lessons. Cheers!