Resting on some of the calmest waters off of St. Lucia, the Sandals Grande St. Lucian Resort is a prime location for those seeking a Caribbean getaway dripping in luxury. Here guests will find themselves immersed in a tropical escape complete with a spa, a rather large number of dining options, on-site activities and nearby tours. Guests will also find beautiful views in every direction from the ocean itself to volcanic mountains that beg to be photographed.
Newly added and available for booking, the resort's overwater rooms cater with glass floor panels, a private outdoor soaking tub, over the water hammocks, a pillow menu and a bistro set for two. In addition, guests staying in these rooms will also find themselves privy to the resort's Butler Elite service alongside 24 hour room service. When viewing the room rates below, keep in mind that nightly rates are higher for stays that are 1 and/or 2 nights in length. These are the only other in the Caribbean aside from the overwater bungalows in Jamaica at Sandals resorts.
The Sandals Grande St. Lucian Resort is located on the Gros Islet on the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia.
Beach rooms at Sandals start around US$500 per night per couple all-inclusive. If the overwater bungalows are too expensive or unavailable then Sandals still might be your best all-inclusive choice in the Caribbean.
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The Red Lane Spa offers a variety of treatments, including a body scrub, massages, a mani and pedi session and couples treatments.
To reach the Sandals Grande St. Lucian Resort, you’ll first fly into the Hewanorra International Airport (UVF) where you’ll then be picked up by the resort’s free airport transfer. This transfer will then take you directly to the resort.
I’ve had the privilege to visit all three Sandals resorts with overwater bungalows and I thought it would be helpful to compare and contrast them to help people confidently choose the right one for their needs.
Reviews for the Sandals Grande St. Lucian Resort are extremely positive with nearly every guest citing how friendly the staff is, how great the dining options are (especially for those who may be a little picky when it comes to their available choices) and how they love the amount of pools there are to relax in and enjoy. Couples seem to particularity enjoy this resort, making it a great option for those who are seeking a romantic weekend in the Caribbean. Though guests seem to love pretty much everything about the overwater rooms, by far it seems that the butler service is the most appreciated.