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May 21, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Cap Maison in Cap Estate, Saint Lucia

The moment you arrive at Cap Maison Resort & Spa, located on the sublime island of Saint Lucia, you will feel as if you are a privileged castaway. The natural beauty and airbrushed ocean bluff setting is what makes this hideaway a true standout. The design is equal parts rustic and refined, coupled with Spanish-Caribbean flair. Behind a collection of white-washed structures are one, two and three-bedroom suites with varied floor plans that include split-level designs, spacious bedrooms and private rooftop pools. Folding doors push back to seamlessly mix the outside with the indoors. As for the views and service, both are deserving of high marks. The gardens are beautifully manicured and the secluded sandy beach, which rests several feet below, seems practically deserted even when the resort is at full capacity.

One of the island's most spectacular dining locations is located within Cap Maison. The Cliff at the Cap features a sumptuous menu, and an even more delicious setting with al fresco tables and ocean views. When you feel like dining on your private terrace, allow the resort's valets to attend to your every culinary need. Sip a "Cliffhanger" - the resort's signature drink - at The Cliff Bar, named for its precipice position. While your suite has all the amenities you could ever want, Spa Maison provides some added pampering with a menu of soothing head-to-toe treatments that can also be administered in the privacy of your room, atop the ocean bluff or on the windswept beach. The resort also offers an abundance of aquatic activities as well as terra firma recreation to suit your every desire.

Location of Cap Maison

Cap Maison
Smugglers Cove Drive
Cap Estate, Saint Lucia

Nearest Airport: SLU

Amenities for Cap Maison

  • General Information
  • 49 Villas and Suites
  • Ecologically Sustainable Practices
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Wine Cellar
  • Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Personal Trainers
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • 3 Outdoor Pools
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • Mini Bar
  • iPod Docks
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Private Pools
  • Activities
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Tai Chi
  • Yoga
  • Boat Excursions
  • Yachting
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Golf
  • Marina
  • National Park
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Cap Maison

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

we had slightly higher expectations on this hotel, overall it was nice, but wouldn't necessarily come back. good base for outside excursions, however the only beach is not very big so would be ok for one day. if you order in room dining, you may end up with a very small dinner. interiors of the property were gorgeous.

alevaibella - London, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

Cap Maison was the second half of our peak to beach anniversary trip. For the first four nights we stayed at Ladera and arranged a boat transfer along the coast taking us to Cap Maison which I highly recommend. Ladera and Cap are very very different types of resorts and I think complement each other nicely but most couples I think will greatly prefer one or the other. Ladera is very tropical, private, with incredibly beautiful grounds surrounded by nature and very peaceful. Cap Maison is much bigger, and right at a beautiful beach. Cap maison felt a bit more like a condo complex to me. Our ocean view villa was massive but felt too big for just the two of us with a very odd layout. The air-conditioned bedroom was lovely and necessary as we missed the tropical breezes and it definitely felt hotter at the beach. We had initially been upgraded to a rooftop pool but I am not a sun worshiper and preferred the cooler downstairs with the covered terrace opening to the grass and pool. We went in the pool once. It was large but not very clean and we were surrounded by other decks and balconies and at all times could hear people, families and kids. We had kids running by our terrace and bedroom frequently laughing and shouting. Which is fine just not what I'm looking for. It seemed everyday Cap Maison was doing maintenance work around the villas. We were bit by a ton more bugs here than at Ladera which only had 3 walls. On our second day they did mosquito fogging over the whole complex. It was awful and you couldn't escape the fumes and spray unless you could get out and off property before it started. The windows don't have glass and even the screen bedroom has vented windows in the bathroom so there wS no escape. The villa smelled for the rest of the day and I hate to think what poisons I inhaled :( the following day they were mowing for hours just as we tried to sit by our pool. Then a maintenance person came to scrape paint and work on light fixtures next to us for the entire day. Meals were good at both restaurants but excruciatingly long. 2.5 hours for lunch and 2-3 hours for dinner. I enjoy long slow meals but waiting 35 minutes for a glass of wine or for the server to take the dessert order was difficult. Servers were pleasant but not great, they immediately open the check book to see what tip was left them -sometimes while only a step away from the table. We actually saw multiple servers do this at each meal to every table and then go talk about it to other staff. A highlight was the bar personnel at the Naked Fisherman- I'm not much of a drinker so ordered mocktails and they were delicious. The little huts at the beach were so amazing with the water coming just under our chairs. The waves while we were there were too rough to partake in any water sports but the beach is small quiet( go early) and beautiful. I recommend going to breakfast early as they did run out of fruits and juices. So overall it was still nice but for us could not compare to Ladera. Skip the Thursday barbq- the food was saturated in sauce, clams were full of sand, steak tough :( disappointing

lovetotravel4 - north carolina


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Great pool, wonderful food, fantastic staff. We spent five nights in a room with a sea view and a roof top pool. Had a great boat trip back to Soufriere and they organized diving for us. It is a really lovely beach down 92 steps with a great restaurant and bar and super snorkeling.

Fran M


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a 4.5 star hotel. On an island – hopping vacation, we stayed at the Cap Maison for several days, and generally enjoyed ourselves, despite a problem area. While the hotel is not flawless, it certainly provides an OK spot in the Caribbean -- with a qualification. Our room was very comfortable, but not particularly posh. The bed was quite comfortable, and the room was enormous, with a good view of Pigeon Island. The bathroom was, likewise, perfectly acceptable, and had good toiletries from Aqua di Parma. My only complaint, regarding the facilities, would generally be the observation that they are not fresh, in a Caribbean sense. Rather, they are Spanish, dowdy. Otherwise, they are quite comfortable and the maid service was effective. The food at the hotel is remarkably good, given the general quality of meals in the Caribbean. Likewise, the bartenders are certainly well-acquainted with the wants of global tourists. You will not suffer through endless fruity rum drinks at this hotel – – unless you want to. You can actually get a good martini at this hotel. The views, at least from the pool level, are beautiful. While the beach is cute, and the food is good at the Naked Fisherman, we found it to be pretty unwelcoming. This was where the hotel really let us down. We are a same – sex couple, who are hardly demonstrative in public. Nevertheless, we found the staff at the Naked Fisherman to be cold, at best. In fact, we suspected they were downright hostile. This suspicion was confirmed by the staff's interactions with our straight friends who were also staying at the hotel. In short, our friends were treated with a warmth and hospitality that was notably lacking in our own interactions with the beach staff. This differential treatment was noted by ourselves, and certainly by our friends. While I realize they are cultural differences between the United States and the English-speaking Caribbean, it was nonetheless jarring to realize that our simple presence on the beach could be disturbing to employees. In fact, it took us a couple of days to realize what was going on. It was, in a word, a bummer. I am no cultural warrior, and frankly I could care less whether St. Lucia embraces gay couples. However, I can say that while the upstairs staff apparently grins and bears it, the seaside staff cannot. Sadly, that makes the whole scene feel phony. I don't want false welcomes, and I also don't want indignity. We may have gotten the former, and I really feel we had the latter as well. Back to St. Barth's.

Gruver - Shaker Heights, Ohio


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a great stay at Cap Maison. The property is located on the northern part of the island, which is close to many of the towns and attractions, but it was far enough away to be nice and quiet and away from any distractions. The hotel's grounds were impeccable, and I loved the Mediterranean-style architecture. The look makes it feel like you're staying on a Greek island. We really loved the small pool with one of the best views you could have on the island. Looking over the Caribbean, the pool gets a nice breeze and also is a great vantage point to see the sunset. Finally, the food is fantastic there (both in the restaurant and served to you poolside). We ate at a number of restaurants around the island, and this was one of the best. If you're looking for somewhere quiet, not too large, well maintained and luxurious feeling, this is a great place to stay.

MattStabile01 - Brooklyn, New York


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