St Lucia

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#12 Serenity At Coconut Bay
#12 Serenity At Coconut Bay
St Lucia
Saint Lucia
1 review
Paradise in St. Lucia!
My husband and I recently celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary and decided to treat ourselves to a really special vacation. We had heard wonderful reviews from friends about the Island of St. Lucia and also about the lovely Coconut Bay Resort. When we did our research we came across Serenity at Coconut Bay, an all inclusive private resort for adults only, located across from the main resort at Coconut Bay and decided this was exactly what we were looking for. We chose the Grand Romance Package and it was absolutely divine. Serenity is very private, very Romantic, the accommodations exceeded our expectations. We had our own little Oasis with a beautiful outdoor space that included a plunge pool with waterfall, hammock for two, outdoor shower & completely stocked wrap around bar with seating area, and of course a lovely spacious indoor luxury Suite with a King bed, beautiful walk in shower, double sinks and a very large bathtub. Serenity also has fine dining at the Great house and a beautiful pool with lots of lounge chairs, private cabanas and a nice poolside bar. The resort is breathtaking, beautiful palm trees, flowers & quite a few hummingbirds! The staff are truly amazing, the Butler Service is incredible, they took care of everything for us, we had private drivers for our excursions which was great. The chef is top notch and the bartenders are very friendly, lots of fun!! Special thanks to Nerissa, Quade, MaryAnne, Daisy & Dona!! We definitely plan to return!
#20 Coco Palm
#20 Coco Palm
St Lucia
Saint Lucia
6 reviews
A Little disappointed
Spent a week at Coco Palms after reading the very positive reviews. Overall, it didn't live up to its billing. On the positive side, the people who worked at the hotel, and St Lucians in general, were genuinely warm, friendly and welcoming. The cost was affordable ($1300 CAN per person including taxes, all inclusive, from Toronto), the room reasonably maintained (but outdated, on the small side, no balcony), the housekeeping staff did a good job, and the air conditioning was effective and quiet. However, it's a small hotel with cramped grounds located within a town. If you're looking for a beach vacation this may not be the place - the hotel is not on the beach. To get to it we either had to walk 10-15 minutes through the town, or take a more direct 5-10 minute walk down a very unpleasant, garbage strewn road bordered on one side with a high, concrete wall, topped with barbed wire and cemented in broken glass, and covered in graffiti, some of it obscenity laced. The beach itself is clean, coral sand with clear water, about 1 km long and scenically located within a bay. Unfortunately, there's not a stick of shade and the hotel provides no beach chairs or beach umbrellas. About a third of the beach dominated by a closed, boarded up, 70s style resort, complete with over grown shrubs, weeds, and empty swimming pools. We were told it closed about 10 years ago. It lends a sad, dilapidated air to a large portion of the beach. Coco Palms has a swimming pool, a little greenish tinged but surrounded by pretty shrubs and flowering plants. During our week it was a magnet for lots of boisterous children - not surprising - it's only 4 ft deep. We went all inclusive but it's not buffet style (except for breakfast). You must be seated by a server and can order from a limited menu (some items extra) - the meals were good, especially the seafood, but we exhausted the menu by about day 5. Juices are from a can, and little fresh local fruit, except for bananas. We're still puzzled by the consistently positive reviews. Most of the hotel's customers were from St Lucia, other nearby islands, the UK and Europe. Perhaps they don't have the variety of affordable choices that we're fortunate to have when traveling out of Toronto, but for us, there are many places in the Caribbean that offer better value.

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