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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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We have just returned from a week at Cap Maison and have only good, really good things to say about it From the moment we were met at reception with ice cold flannels after our hot ride to the hotel... Read more (nice touch) to the wave goobye on our departure we were thougoughly looked after Not in the constant bowing and scraping sense but in good old fashioned quality service from EVERY member of staff that we came in to contact with The hotel is excellent, being arranged as a number of what look like houses in a fabulous garden setting. The houses as such are fabulous hotel rooms of really good proportions and very clean and tidy Food, well excellent Beach, yup, excellent again with the complimentary use of, Hobi sailing boats, canoes, snorkelling equiptment etc We chose to not go all inclusive as we are the eloring type and love trying the local cuisine rather than being cooped up in a hotel and not seeing the real people. In this case however the girls in our group did not feel safe at all in going out in the evenings away from the hotel and frankly there were really no restaurants that i can say were of any standard that i would want to return to and we are not fussy My advice, chose the all inclusive package and enjoy the excellent food this hotel has to offer The hotel is managed by Ross who went out of his way to say hello on more than one occaision and he clearly runs a very happy crew Keep up the good work, i know that making it look relaxed and easy is in fact very hard work! Read less
We have spent a lot of time in the West Indies. Never on St.Lucia so wanted to try it out. We looked at several boutique hotels and landed on Cap Maison which was the right decision. The journey from... Read more the Airport in the South to the Hotel in the most north is on uncomfortable road. If you dont like helecopters (like me) then pay extra (if you can) for "lux transport" which is effectively aircon 4X4 rather than the more usual minibus. We arrived at the hotel which is a sort of Southern Med structure with a limited number of rooms in 1.5 hours. We had booked a suite with a rooftop pool (rm 22- which we think had the best position away from the crowd and the best views). Big sitting room with doors all round to terraces and balconies giving good breeze. Diningroom and Kitchen (food can be ordered). Huge bathroom and spare loo. Be aware that the only part which is airconditioned is the bedroom. There are ceiling fans but when the doors are closed in the evening (necessary because of mosquitos) the rsitting room becomes stifling. Fans are apparantly available but you need to ask. The bathroom is large . Comments from other posters complaining about the quality of fittings are surprising. I spend months annually staying in hotels and had no complaints We had a private rooftop pool which was brilliant but meant we sometimes missed on the chats at the other "public" pools. Takes your choice. The staff led by Ross were fantastic. Little niggles occasionally but he was on top of things and making sure we were satisfied. VERY friendly likeable people who were chatty or reserved depending on what was wanted. Good Spa albeit a bit small. We didnt take part but there was a GREAT yoga teacher for 1:1 sessions Both resturants great (will review independently) . Breakfast was in the same space as the fine dining dinner so I think we lost some of that ambience and after 2 weeks the menue began to pall, but its a perfect excuse to try out others. Cannot recomend highly enough Read less
great hotel, location, food the service and staff are amongst the best we have ever experienced and we look forward to returning in December Wi-Fi was quite slow but it is St Lucia! great wine... Read more cellar run by the extremely knowledgeable Robinson my wife grateful to Chris for investing the Princess Kimmy cocktail Read less
A most delightful hotel with excellent and friendly staff. Being a small boutique hotel the quality of service exceeded expectations and was better than some 5* hotels. The rooms, restaurants and... Read more gardens were clean and properly maintained. The hotel is located on a cliff overlooking the sea and only a short taxi ride to the nearest town/village. An ideal setting to relax and allow the worries and stress of everyday life to take their rightful place - forgotten. Read less