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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 90 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. 5-min).
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 and 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 with a balcony or terrace allowing for outside dining surrounded by tropical gardens. These rooms have 1 king-size bed or twin beds, sleeping max 2 adults.
Junior Suites with a private verandah offering partial ocean views and views over the tropical gardens, 1 king-size bed sleeping max 2 adults and 1 child.
1- Bedroom Villas sleep max 2 adults and 2 children.
1- Bedroom Ocean View Villa Suite with Jacuzzi are large split level suites with a downstairs living/dining area and private verandah. Upstairs, there is a 4-posted king-size bed, walk-in wardrobe and an outside private Jacuzzi on the balcony. Sleeping max 2 adults and 2 children.
1- Bedroom Ocean View Villa Suite with Pool are located on the ground floor and have a large dining area and separate living area. Ideal for families, sleeping max 2 adults and 2 children.
1- Bedroom Ocean View Villa Suite with Pool and Roof Terrace offer spacious, luxury accommodation. There is an upstairs where you will find the roof terrace with a private pool, sun loungers and a dining area with spectacular views over the Caribbean Sea and the mountains. Sleeping max 2 adults and 2 children. Children under the age of 7 are not permitted in these suites.
2- Bedroom Villas are made up of a Villa Suite and an interconnecting Garden View room, sleeping 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. Children under the age of 7 are not permitted in these suites.
3- Bedroom Villa Suites are made up of a Villa Suite, an interconnecting Garden View room and the adjacent Ocean View Junior Suite, sleeping 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. Children under the age of 7 are not permitted in these suites.
Please note that for safety reasons children under the age of 7 are not permitted in Villa Suites with Private Pools and Roof Terraces.
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.
Please note: Childen under the age of 7 will not be allocated upper floor suites.
Please note: For safety reasons, children under the age of 7 are not permitted in Villa Suites with Private Pools and Roof Terraces.
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 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 03 Jan-18 Dec '16.
5 nights 19 Dec-26 Dec '16.
7 nights 27 Dec '16-02 Jan '17.Check Prices Back to top
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Cap Maison January 2016 Well another great trip.and lived up to expectations :-) Another great three days staying at Cap Maison. The hotel www fairly full - not helped by the major storm... Read more Cap Maison January 2016 Well another great trip....and lived up to expectations :-) Another great three days staying at Cap Maison. The hotel www fairly full - not helped by the major storm hitting the US but the service as good as ever. Having stayed before in villa 1, which I personally loved, we found ourselves in Villa 28 which was a massive, very private, villa with a rooftop pool that was large enough to swim in. The weather was a bit iffy during our stay but this did not spoil anything. I cannot make up my mind which of these two villas I prefer as they are very different. We were very lucky in that the weather cleared up in time for the full-moon party on our first night that took place on the deck in front of the resort. Organised by Jasmine this was a lovely event and the moon, on full rising was,spectacular. The food was served a trifle late -could have been half an hour earlier in order to balance the vodka shots (!) . Music provided by the dj got people dancing. The food as usual was lovely and particular mention to the lobster risotto, conch chowder and the duck with foie gras. Yum! On the first night we dined at the Naked Fisherman -prior to the full moon party -and had the shared raw seafood dish which was lovely. We could not resist sharing a portion of fries which was excellent. Breakfast has really improved with individual cereal sachets, wrapped bread baskets etc keeping the pesky gourmet birds away, a freshly carved fruit station and a choice of eclectic and delicious a la Carte breakfasts. Worth the wait to have it all freshly cooked. Egg cocotte a definite favourite and will be trying this at home. (The calm breakfast atmosphere was slightly marred by a spontaneous outbreak of New York yoga demonstrated by the lead "guru" on the floor of the breakfast room in front of some incredulous British guests. "Namaste" guys - but not a good look over our porridge!) Ross, Jaspar, Craig and the gang are continuing to maintain high standards and work hard. This hotel Is not cheap but prices for food is comparable to other high end restaurants on the island and the wine list continues to be reasonably priced with plenty of choice.. Nice to meet Alanna who has just started there and renew friendships with Dey, Keisha, Terri Anne, Sharlene, Alison, Cyril, Robinson etc and the hard working crew at the Naked Fisherman plus housekeeper Lucinda (thanks for sorting out my laundry) and the wonderful Dunstan who took me out for a great sail during squally conditions on the last morning of our holiday. The staff lunch of salt fish and lentils that followed was delicious! Attention to detail -characteristic of this resort - was shown during a pool party with friends in our villa when, on answering a knock on the door, two bashful maintenance men appeared carrying a washing machine. The housekeeper had noticed that we only had a dryer and it was duly reported resulting I some prompt action! We had to check out of our villa at 12pm but were given a courtesy room no. 14 until our time to leave. This was a very sweet little room which was close to the courtyard pool, beautifully decorated with a powerful shower and had doors to the large gardens overlooking the sea. Plenty big enough for one - but maybe a little cramped for two. Checkout was busy with many guests arriving and leaving resulting in some confusion re taxis - for which we were very kindly compensated. Much appreciated. Thanks again to all for another great stay and looking forward to the next visit. "Baked beans on toast" for us now in order to save up for the next one :-) Read less
We went to Cap Maison as a friend had been last year and she loved it. And we were in no way disappointed, from the moment we arrived till we reluctantly left at the end of our holiday :-) The... Read more food both at the Cliff and the Naked Fisherman is great :-) We ended up having more of less the same thing for lunch in the Naked Fisherman and the lovely changing menu in the Cliff for dinner. The service in both restaurants is great, attentive without being too much. The selection of wines by the glass and cocktails were good and we were impressed with the selection allowed as part of the All inclusive system. The changing breakfast menu is good - I did my best to try the different types of pancakes each day :-) The lovely view from the restaurant is second to none as well as the view from the swimming pool. We loved the beach by the Naked Fisherman - it's very secluded and yes, there are steps down but that also means it feels very private and though the sea is a bit rough it's very nice and great for a swim. We were in one of the Junior suites (no 21) and it was perfect with a large terrace which almost served as a second room. The bathroom is great and we really liked the separate sinks and the shower is cool. Loved the Aqua di Parma toiletries. On our last day, our flight was quite late but that was no issue at all and we were given a curtesy suite so that we could still use all the facilities of the hotel. The attention to detail, the lovely level of service (including little baskets with water and cold towels given out by the pool) and the overall team were amazing. It has been said that the resort is small and secluded but this was one of the core reasons for our choice as we prefer a smaller place and we would highly recommend it to anyone who would like a lovely holiday. Read less
My wife and I just returned from our fourth trip to this wonderful resort. Over the years, we have stayed at some great hotels and resorts, Caribbean and otherwise, and simply put, we have never... Read more stayed anywhere nicer than Cap Maison. From Ross, the General Manager and Dey, the lodging manager (who incidentally won the CM manager of the year award while we were there - Congrats again, Dey!), to Jasper, the Food and beverage Manager, to all of the staff, everyone is exceptionally responsive to every need and is willing to go the extra mile to assure a terrific stay. The resort is wonderfully maintained - manicured lawns, lush vegetation, beautiful facilities. Although there are no private beaches in St Lucia, the beach at Cap Maison is as secluded and intimate as one could ask for. And once again, did I mention the people?? It's great to go to a resort where everyone smiles and remembers your name, how you like your cocktails prepared, the best time for turndown service - nothing is neglected. We're already planning a fifth straight trip to Cap Maison next winter. There is no other place we would consider staying for a relaxing week in the Caribbean. Thank you again, Ross and Company for a great vacation! Read less
So much fun! Excellent hotel and staff. Very beautiful destination. Highly recommended. The food and service was outstanding. Really great weather and lots of things to do. We took a helicopter to... Read more the hotel instead of car service which is a long mountainous ride. Be sure to go to the mud bath and try to take the resorts private yacht. Villas are fabulous. Read less