January 5, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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BodyHoliday Saint Lucia in Cap Estate, Saint Lucia

Beautifully situated on its own cove on Saint Lucia's northwest coast, The BodyHoliday promises an unparalleled vacation experience in paradise. Set beneath the shadows of tall palms on 32 acres of pristine beachfront property, The BodyHoliday is an all-inclusive getaway with five star luxury accommodations, an acclaimed spa retreat, and eateries that focus on fresh, healthy, local fare. At The BodyHoliday your wellness and luxury reign supreme, and every aspect of your stay is infused with details to rejuvenate, refresh, and reconnect. Among the recent additions to the resort, you will find Eve, the stylish hair and beauty salon as well as the new Skin Clinic featuring organic non-invasive skin treatments. Wellness is more than just skin deep at this resort, with four celebrated eateries including the award-winning TAO, known for its fusion of Eastern and Western cuisine, and Cariblue Restaurant where international table d'hte cuisine is served alongside the gentle melodies of a sophisticated jazz quartet or steel band.

Picture yourself at home in one of the resort's exquisitely designed accommodations. Rooms and suites come in many sizes, but each radiates with luxury with a first-class feeling of comfort and privacy. Soft, neutral whites and blues create an ambiance of quiet tranquility, while dark wood furnishings, local art, and indescribable waterfront views are distinctly Caribbean. All rooms boast private bathrooms, iPod docking stations, and air conditioning as a reprieve from the balmy Caribbean sun. However, with the array of activities that awaits, spending time in may be the last thing on your mind. From Zumba to fencing, sailing, and offshore SCUBA diving, not only can you experience the best the island has to offer, but you may also personalize your activities and even your spa treatments from the comfort of your room with the assistance of The BodyHoliday Specialists. And, the resort's Wellness Center is always beckoning: housed in a Moorish palace, set around a sparkling pool, a highly qualified staff is ready to customize the ideal regimen to meet your goals of detoxification, relaxation, and purification. The wellness program is comprehensive, with holistic therapies, beauty treatments, stress management, fitness and personal training, Pilates, and Reiki. In St. Lucia you get the privilege of doing it all or doing nothing at all; at The BodyHoliday enjoy a vacation experience that perfectly suits you.

Location of BodyHoliday Saint Lucia

BodyHoliday Saint Lucia
Cariblue Beach
Cap Estate, Saint Lucia

Nearest Airport: SLU

Amenities for BodyHoliday Saint Lucia

  • General Information
  • 154 Guest Rooms
  • Only 16+ Years Permitted
  • Dining
  • Piano Bar
  • Healthy Cuisine
  • Deli
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • Internet Cafe
  • Gazebo
  • Boutique
  • Tennis Courts
  • Gardens
  • Personal Trainers
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Water Skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Pilates
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Tai Chi
  • Yoga
  • Fitness Classes
  • Archery
  • Volleyball
  • Wellness Programs
  • Nearby
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for BodyHoliday Saint Lucia

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

I went during the September solos time. I’d just met an amazingly stunning beautiful new girlfriend a few weeks beforehand, however, so I did my best to be well-behaved. I had a great time though. I am not naturally a sociable person who feels comfortable in social settings, but I did feel comfortable here. There is lots to do. Lots of sporting activities if you want that, which I did. Lots of socialising in the evening. It is very easy to get to know single ladies, but not in a tacky way like you would associate with what I would imagine (I have never been) an Ibiza singles holiday to be like. All of the people here seemed nice and intelligent. Some are just having a holiday on their own and not looking to meet anyone. Probably 50:50 in that regard. I did hobbie cat sailing, windsurfing, circuits, meditation, a daily massage, beach volleyball, paddle boarding, running, mountain biking, and hiking. There is lots more too. I would recommend. I will probably return again myself, particularly as the aforementioned girlfriend ended things!

Grant C - Marrakech

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

My planned stay at The Body Holiday in September felt like a momentous, if scary, new step for me, marking the end of one way of life and the beginning of something brand new. This was to be my very first holiday as a solo traveller, following the pivotal declaration that no single mum really wants to hear – teenage sons announcing a non-negotiable end to trips abroad with their ancient and, of course, highly embarrassing mother. To say I had been dreading the holiday before I boarded the plane would be an understatement. And yet, 11 days later, I had experienced one of the best holidays of my life and didn’t want to go home. I asked my travel agents, Travel Designers, to find a solo holiday that might suit me. It had to be a hotel somewhere warm and sunny, reasonably luxurious and with plenty to do. When they suggested The Body Holiday in St Lucia, it sounded interesting enough for me to book, but I wasn’t holding out too much hope. I vividly remember landing in St Lucia after a fairly turbulent flight, still feeling anxious and wondering what I had got myself into. But things improved rapidly from that point. I’d booked a helicopter transfer, having been advised that the road transfer is long and bumpy. While admiring the gorgeous views from the helicopter, I met a friendly, inclusive group of women, all return visitors to The Body Holiday. Their warmth and useful tips would prove to be typical of the single travellers staying at this resort in September, which is Solos Month. The atmosphere created by the other guests and the staff was universally welcoming and my anxiety receded faster than I had ever expected it could. I loved the welcome we received when we reached the hotel. I can’t count the number of times in the past that I have arrived somewhere, utterly exhausted, to then spend up to an hour stuck in reception sipping a lukewarm, sickly-sweet “welcome drink”, filling in forms and producing my credit card. Well, not at The Body Holiday! I was whisked directly to my room and advised, gently, to return to reception at any stage over the next few hours to finish checking in. With the bikini that my new-found friends had advised me to move into my hand luggage, I headed straight to the pool for the last of the day’s sunshine. As I relaxed in the balmy evening heat, I felt incredibly lucky rather than terminally nervous. Maybe this wasn’t something to be frightened of, after all. The idea of this resort is to offer guests a wonderful and quite unusual combination of a healthy, sporty holiday in a plush hotel where you can drink as much wine as you want and eat plenty of gorgeously indulgent food, if you so choose. There's none of the austerity of the usual health-oriented holiday where you are confined to drinking juice or barred from alcohol. And you can do as much exercise, of a wide range of intensity, as you wish - nobody will insist you attend any exercise classes if that isn't your thing, or stop you from getting up at 7 am to do a beach bootcamp or sunrise yoga if that floats your boat (it does mine!) There are also plenty of activities such as walks and cycling trips. This is an all-inclusive holiday (another first for me) and a daily spa treatment is included in the price. I wouldn’t normally bother too much with facials and massages, but this became a regular treat that I really looked forward to. The choice of daily activities was massive and while it was impossible to do everything on offer, I had a jolly good try. The food was of a really high standard, especially given the all-inclusive status, with a mix of buffets, mostly at lunchtime, and a la carte in the evening. Evening meals could be taken on a communal table with other solo travellers – which I found rather daunting, although a great way to meet new people - alone, or with new-found friends. The only thing I missed was room service, which is not provided as, I think, the hotel wants everyone to mingle rather than hide in their rooms. While this is completely understandable, and adds to the brilliant atmosphere at the hotel, there were two evenings when the exercise I had done in the day had left me exhausted. I would have appreciated the opportunity to order a meal in the room on those occasions. It’s almost impossible not to make friends as a single traveller here – there’s lots to talk about, such as which treatments are the most enjoyable and which activity has proved the most fun – yet it’s also very easy to find quiet spaces to unwind, which, for a single mum with teenagers at home, was an essential part of the package for me. Hotel staff, especially the Body Guards, who run all the activity programmes, are kind, helpful and often hilarious company. Managers are highly visible, which became very important during our last day when a hurricane hit the island. While we were asked to stay in our rooms, most guests came knocking with bottles of wine and impromptu Hurricane Parties took place in countless venues. But on a serious level, we heard that staff members had often insisted on staying at work despite their homes being endangered by the storm – this is the sort of attitude that money can’t buy. I couldn’t recommend this hotel more strongly for the way its staff treat their guests. It’s like being part of a family. As a single traveller, I thoroughly recommend The Body Holiday and hope to return soon. The teenagers don’t know what they’re missing!

Rose L

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We booked a ten day stay here on the recommendation of my travel agent. We are not particularly sporty or active and were a bit concerned it might be too busy a resort for our taste. Nothing could be further from the truth. This was an incredibly relaxing vacation. The resort is smaller than other all inclusives we have tried. It’s fairly quiet - music at one of the pools for aqua fit twice daily but the other two pools are quiet, especially Cariblue. The spa treatments are excellent. I tried three different massages, two facials and a scrub. I went to four fitness classes, despite not being a sporty type, and discovered I like spin fit. The instructors are all top notch. The main restaurant changes its dinner menu every eight days. They strive to be inventive and usually succeed. The two specialty restaurants -Tao and Windows - are worth visiting. Breakfast is a fairly standard buffet with custom omelettes and house baked bread. I became addicted to the oat bread and am in withdrawal now that I’m home. Lunch is buffet style. They do Indian and Mexican theme days but you can always get fresh veggies and meat without resorting to the theme dishes. The clubhouse food was good and a little lighter. Bar service was generally very prompt and always cheerful. The piano bar was a welcome oasis from the heat. Great staff there too. The bars lacked a selection of single malt scotch but try the local rum. It was a revelation. The wine stewards are proud to showcase it on request. The house wines are better than average. Their upgraded wine list is excellent. The beach is not terribly big but did not feel crowded. Good service there too. Staff will set up your umbrella and bring drinks as well as fruit snacks in the morning. You can snorkel just offshore and the water sports looked like fun. Went on a snorkel trip with the scuba team and found them very professional (no beer before snorkelling or diving) and helpful. We had a luxury ocean front room (164). It was on the small side with nowhere to put a suitcase except on the chair. The bathroom was tired and we had a drip from the air con unit which took several tries to fix. We asked to be moved but they were fully booked. I think they could have shown a bit more urgency concerning getting the fix done properly given the lack of a place to move us. This resort was much better in the staff to guest ratio than any other I’ve stayed at. You don’t have to tip to get the attention of the bar staff, which is a huge plus. The staff were nearly all fantastic. Very few (maybe four out of a hundred) had blah attitudes. Big upside of a wellness resort: no roving bands of drunken idiot guests! The crowd here is fairly mature and while some of the younger ones partied hard and staff were constantly refilling wine glasses, we never saw or heard any drunken antics. Would we go back? Probably to likely, despite the long flight. As I noted, our room was a little tired but I’d be open to trying a different room category to get something fresher. The combo of fitness, spa wellness and tropical breezes is hard to beat.

brnbygrl - Burnaby, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Much has been said about this place. Believe all the good things that are said. They're true. Rather than repeat the usual praise I thought I'd mention something different that shows just how deep the quality of the place goes. How often do the room cleaners stop to talk to you and genuinely want to know how you are? The whole place is looking out for you and wishing you well. This is a very welcoming hotel. And of course, the activities are many, the rooms are great, the spa is one of the best and if your single there's a communal table where you're always welcome for dinner. Plus the drinks are free 😀

Neville S

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

3 of us came for the day to do watersports - at USD 70 each for the day and including waterskiing, tube rides, paddle boards, sailing lessons, kayaking, and windsurfing this was an absolute bargain. The staff were very attentive and the resort itself looked good - not sure I could spend a whole week there without leaving but they definitely make a good impression for one day.

Charlotte K

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