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At the tip of the island, the former sugar plantation that is now St. Lucia’s Cap Estate is blessed with unparalleled panoramic views of where Caribbean Sea meets Atlantic Ocean. The boutique resort of Cap Maison makes the very best of these views and is designed to feel as if you are visiting your own private Caribbean residence. For dining with a view look no further than the award-winning destination restaurant, Cliff at Cap, with an innovative French West Indies fusion menu. It’s strategically placed atop the Cliff with a sunset lookout for happy hour cocktails. The pool adjacent to the restaurant enjoys the same views from its sun deck and there is an adjacent secluded beach cove appropriately named The Naked Fisherman beach restaurant. Take the ninety steps down to the sand and you’ll find a rustic beach bar serving up lunch time grills, freshly squeezed juices and wonderful rum concoctions. Kayaks, snorkels and hobie cats are complimentary to guests or you can take some tuition for a fee. Spa Maison and the fitness centre are available for further rejuvenating body and mind; on hand there is a pilates - yoga instructor and a fitness trainer to lead morning jogs across the estate. The Cap Estate’s rolling hills have also become home to the 18 hole St. Lucia Golf & Country Club. Guests at Cap Maison benefit from concessionary golf at this beautiful and challenging championship course which extends virtually from the Caribbean to the Atlantic coastlines (a complimentary shuttle takes approx. five minutes).
On St Lucia’s north-west coast, atop a private ocean-front bluff with stunning views of Smuggler Cove Beach and the Caribbean Sea. Transfer time from airport: 90 min.Larger Map
49 rooms, junior suites and 1, 2, 3 bedroom villa suites all appointed with furnished verandas, ceiling fan, air-conditioning, flat screen TV, BOSE iPod docking station, DVD player, tea/coffee-making facilities and mini-bar. Garden View rooms have 1 king-size bed and sleep max 2 adults.
Junior Suites sleep max 2 adults and 1 child.
1- Bedroom Villas sleep max 2 adults and 2 children.
1- Bedroom Ocean View Villa Suite with Jacuzzi sleep max 2 adults and 2 children.
1- Bedroom Ocean View Villa Suite with Pool sleep max 2 adults and 2 children.
1- Bedroom Ocean View Villa Suite with Pool and Roof Terrace sleep max 2 adults and 2 children.
2- Bedroom Villas sleep max 4 adults and 2 children.
2- Bedroom Ocean View with Plunge Pool sleep max 4 adults and 2 children.
2- Bedroom Ocean View Suite with Pool and Roof Terrace sleep max 4 adults and 2 children.
3- Bedroom Villa Suite sleep max 6 adults and 2 children.
3- Bedroom Villa with Pool sleep max 6 adults and 2 children.
3- Bedroom Ocean View Villa Suite with Pool and Roof Terrace sleep max 6 adults and 2 children.
The Cliff at Cap Restaurant (fine dining, breakfast, lunch and dinner, earlier dining time for children on request), Cliff Bar, Wine Cellar, The Naked Fisherman Beach Bar & Grill, Champagne Zip Line, library/lounge with honour bar. Rock Maison and Wine Cellar available for private dining.
Large freeform swimming pool with sundeck and loungers, cliff-top Jacuzzi and courtyard pool. Fitness centre with fully-equipped gym and exercise classes including yoga. Spa Maison. Cap Maison Running & Hiking Club. Water sports including snorkelling, diving, sea kayaking and Hobie Cats. 46' Sea Ray Motor Launch can be chartered privately by Cap Maison guests for day cruises to other parts of the island*. St Lucia Golf and Country Club is minutes away with guests enjoying concessionary fees. Tennis courts adjacent*. Participating hotel in St. Lucia Triathlon.
Air-conditioned lounge/library with big screen TV. Room service* (6.30am-10.00pm). Dry cleaning/laundry service*. Complimentary WiFi available.
Half Board option: Available at a supplement and includes either lunch or dinner (food only).
*Denotes local charge.
Cap Maison All inclusive: Available at a supplement and includes all meals and all drinks including soft drinks, house spirits, house cocktails, house wine by the glass.
Cap It All inclusive: Available at a supplement and includes l lunch at the Cliff at Cap Restaurant or The Naked Fisherman Beach Bar & Grill.Dinner daily from the Cap It All menu at the Cliff at Cap Restaurant or The Naked Fisherman Beach Bar & Grill. All drinks including soft drinks, house spirits, house cocktails, house wine, all by the glass. Please note: Guests choose from the Simply Maison dinner menu which has been created by Executive Chef Craig Jones, with a choice to sample the a la carte menu at a supplement payable locally.
3 nights except for 19-26 Dec '15 when it is 5 and and 27 Dec-02 Jan '16 when it is 7.
3 nights except for 19-26 Dec '16 when it is 5 and and 27 Dec-02 Jan '17 when it is 7.Check Prices Back to top
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My husband and I stayed here at the beginning of May. We had a great time. The best part of the resort are the staff. Everyone we encountered was wonderful, and they really seemed to love what... Read more they do. We stayed in a garden view room which was more than adequate for us since we spent the majority of our days relaxing by the pool or beach. The only issue is that our room faced the roundabout at the front of the resort and the staff break room. It was loud (really loud) on many nights. We travel with earplugs which helped drown out a lot of the noise. We did the all-inclusive meal plan, however I'm not sure we'd do that again. The food became a bit repetitive for us after a while. I think we would've enjoyed having a meal or two at Rodney Bay, but felt tied to Cliff since we had already paid for our meals there. The food was good at Cliff, but we realized that we had to lower our expectations a bit. My husband and I are foodies so we were originally expecting top tier restaurant food. While many of the dishes at Cliff and the Naked Fisherman were really good, there was nothing that blew me away and there were some meals that were not up to standard. For instance, every entree we ordered that had clams came with lots of sand still in the clam. Yuck. Also, service could be really slow unless Ross or the other manager (don't know his name - the young, tall guy) were present. There were stand out dishes, though, which made up for it. This is not one of those rowdy, Sandals-esque resorts so this would not be the resort of choice for someone looking for a more party atmosphere. If you're looking for a place you can relax, then this resort is perfect for you. Highly recommend the day cruise to the Pitons. It's a wonderful way to see the whole island. The one big negative are the mosquitoes. They are vicious here! I was born and raised in the South. Our skeeters (as us Southerners call 'em!) are pretty terrible, and I never thought that there could be meaner ones anywhere else outside of South Georgia or even South Florida. I've even gone hiking in the rainforests of Costa Rica where there's some hungry mosquitoes, but NOTHING....I mean NOTHING....compares to the mosquitoes that hang out around the Cliff restaurant at Cap Maison. The bites I received weren't the kind where the bite shows up immediately, is itchy for 24 hours and then goes away. These were the kind that show up a day or two later and then relentlessly itch for well over a week. My feet and ankles were completely swollen by the end of our trip because my body formed such an allergic reaction to them. My poor feet and ankles looked the way they did when I was 9 months pregnant....not a cute look at all. The hotel provides spray, but it doesn't really work. It's the citronella spray stuff without DEET. My husband and I brought some spray with DEET and all kinds of nasty chemicals from home. We really didn't want to use it, but desperate times call for desperate measures. This type of spray does work, but you have to be diligent about applying it to every exposed area of skin. I missed a few spots and those mosquitoes found it and were like, "EUREKA!!!" as they sucked out a pint of blood. Make sure you bring this cancer-causing, brain damaging, iceberg melting, environmentally toxic DEET repellant from home. The mosquitoes also like to be sneaky and follow you back to your room in an effort to dine on you while you sleep. Use the mosquito net the resort provides. You're welcome in advance for the recommendation Other than the terrible mosquito issue, this is a great resort. Two swollen, itchy thumbs up! Read less
Overall, the resort itself is lovely. The staff is exceptional, the service is great, the food is good, and the rooms are spacious and clean. I don't think it is worth what they charge though, but... Read more I suppose when you stay at Cap Maison you are paying for exclusivity, which is what Cap Maison offers. My air conditioning wasn't working my entire stay, but they compensated by providing me a fan. I had an issue checking out because overseas their credit card system requires a PIN that in the U.S.A. we do not use. They weren't able to explain how my credit card was charged without the PIN when I made a deposit not being physically present which was a little frustrating. In addition, there were mosquitos EVERYWHERE! People in my group walked away with a little more than just memories from their stay at Cap Maison. They do provide bug spray but it really doesn't do much. I suggest you bring your own. The selling points are the rooftop villas and exclusivity that the resort offers. Read less
Our trip to Cap Maison has been exceptional. The service, staff, food and owners have been wonderful. Our room is as perfect as they come overlooking the beach and listening to the waves crash each... Read more night is extremely relaxing. The grounds are kept exceptional as well. We are currently on day 6 of our trip and can't say we regret choosing Cap Maison. Over the past two nights we have been disrupted throughout the night due to guests who arrived for a wedding. The staff did all they could do to resolve the issue but the guests continued. This led me to emailing Ross, the General Manager. He was quick and polite in addressing the issue. Never have I stayed at a resort in which the GM invites you to speak with him privately to review what actions have been taken and what expections we should expect for the remainder of our stay. I must say he is extremely polite and understanding. I would like to give Cap Maison 5 stars based on the numerous hotels and resorts Ive stayed at in the U.S., Europe, and Carribean. -Chris Read less
Had a wonderful relaxing break at cap maison during the easter holidays. This is the second time i have stayed at cap after enjoying the hotel, location and island two years ago. Must recommend the... Read more rooftop terraces with plunge pools and striking views over the sea looking out to pigeon island. Thanks to dunstan and deeshay for making the beach run like clockwork- amazing beach that is idyllic, especially first thing in the morning- lots to do- hobies, snorkelling, kayaking- all set in a caribbean cove! The naked fisherman restaurant has a delicious menu (recommend the roti) as has the main restaurant cliff at cap- fine dining restaurant on the edge of a cliff, waves crashing over the rocks. Housekeeping and organisation top notch- staff always ready to help and are genuinely friendly. Dey the housekeeping manager very happy to help with requests etc All in all a once in a lifetime traditional and luxury caribbean getaway- watch the videos on the website for a good feel- you won't be dissapointed! Read less
We stayed at Cap Maison for 10 days at the end of April, on a much needed vacation. What a find this proved to be! The hotel is in a beautiful, quiet setting with views over the Caribbean at every... Read more meal and from our villa. Our accommodation was in an ocean view villa, with our own sun terrace on the roof, a good-sized bedroom and a lounge/dining area with kitchen on the ground floor. The pool area was never crowded, allowing guests to get access to sunbeds and chairs whenever required. There were some mosquitoes about in the evening, although the hotel did their best to keep them at bay. The food was excellent in both the Cliff Restaurant and the Naked Fisherman Restaurant on the beach. Staff were always on hand to serve drinks around the pool. There were so many tasty and beautifully presented dishes, it is hard to pick any out. However, the seared fresh tuna and curried pumpkin was superb. I would also recommend the all-inclusive package. The staff were fantastic. Service was always with a smile and nothing was too much trouble. They were always polite and friendly and really contributed to our memorable experience. I would recommend this hotel without hesitation. Read less