February 9, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Capella Marigot Bay Resort & Marina in Marigot Bay, Saint Lucia

On the idyllic Caribbean isle of Saint Lucia, Capella Marigot Bay Resort & Marina puts you right in the heart of its most beautiful natural surroundings. A stay at this luxury resort makes you privy to everything from lush rain forests and the iconic Piton mountains, to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. With 60 spacious suites and 35 delightful rooms, the resort's accommodations are chic and stylish, fusing modern with traditional island influence. All guest abodes are equipped with complimentary internet access, refreshment centers, and tropical cotton wraps to use during stay. Suites boast additional facilities like gourmet kitchens, washer/dryers, separate living areas, and large furnished balconies. Head to Lapli Spa to fully revitalize your body and mind, and choose from specialized treatments designed to promote holistic relaxation and wellness. Indoor treatment rooms offer private decks with outdoor shows, and outdoor cabanas allow you to indulge while relishing in the island's natal beauty.

The resort's three sparkling swimming pools are ideal places to soak in the Caribbean sun and enjoy your day, grabbing a cocktail from the swim-up bar, or relaxing in the shade of a palm tree. Labas Beach is a short two-minute ferry ride across the bay, where sunbeds and water sports equipment await your arrival. Spend the afternoon splashing, snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing, and kayaking to your heart's content. The resort's personal assistants and concierge can help plan a number of exciting excursions or additional activities, including rainforest hiking, mountain climbing, whale watching, ziplining, sport fishing, horseback riding, scuba diving, and more. The Marina at Marigot Bay makes boating and sailing excursions especially convenient, so arrange for a sunset cruise or memorable day at sea. The cuisine at Capella Marigot Bay is both fresh and flavorful, executed in French Caribbean style at the elegant Boudreau Restaurant. More casual fare is served up at Hurricane Hole Bar, and Pink Snail offers a modern and romantic vibe for an aperitif or nightcap. Leave all your cares behind, and come to Capella Marigot Bay Resort & Marina.

Location of Capella Marigot Bay Resort & Marina

Capella Marigot Bay Resort & Marina
Capella Marigot Bay PO Box 7227
Marigot Bay, Saint Lucia

Nearest Airport: UVF

Amenities for Capella Marigot Bay Resort & Marina

  • General Information
  • 95 Guest Rooms
  • Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Swim-Up Bar
  • Cafe
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Meditation Spaces
  • Complimentary High-Speed Internet Access
  • Boat Shuttle Service
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • 24-Hour Concierge
  • Wedding Planning Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • Mini Bar
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Activities
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Windsurfing
  • Pilates
  • Snorkeling
  • Tai Chi
  • Yoga
  • Fitness Classes
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Business Services
  • Catering Services
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Marina
  • Hot Springs
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Eco Friendly Luxury Vacations

Reviews for Capella Marigot Bay Resort & Marina

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

We recently returned from a 5 day stay in St. Lucia at the Capella Marigot Bay resort. From the time we booked, we received great service and attention through personal assistants to help us plan our trip (excursions, meals, transportation). The property is beautiful and well-maintained. Our rooms were nicely decorated and very clean and the staff/hotel provided great personalized amenities (2x/day cleaning/turn-down, afternoon snacks, night treats). We brought 2 kids and although there weren't many kids around, it's a kid-friendly hotel with 2 pool areas (1 large, 1 small). We enjoyed eating at restaurants on property and near the pier and across the bay as well. The resort was not overly crowded while we were there (in mid-January) so able to find space at the pools and restaurants easily. The resort does not have a large beach nearby (the beach across the bay is quite small) so we had the hotel book us a car service to Reduit Beach/Rodney Beach which was fun. I would highly recommend Capella Marigot as a place to stay in St. Lucia and we would absolutely return again.

jchang77 - New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful resort. Even better service. We felt like VIPs. The welcome drinks were delicious. Rum ice tea! The room was specially decorated for us. Top-notch details. The pools are gorgeous. Ate at the Rum Cave. Delicious ceviche & fish options. Highly recommended!


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

(Note: We did not choose the all-inclusive or half-board option.) This resort is well maintained with lush flowering gardens. We occupied room 721, (2nd building from the lobby on the hillside) which was a spacious 1 bedroom suite with huge en suite bathroom, a separate living area with pull out queen sofa bed, kitchen, dining area, laundry room. Being on the top floor of the 3 story unit, it had cathedral ceilings. Mosquito netting was draped over the King bed but none is available for the sofa bed. Both rooms have wall to wall windows/patio doors that can be fully opened to spacious decks/balconies. To keep mosquitos out, and the air conditioning in, we chose not to leave these open. We used our kitchen to prepare breakfasts and lunches. Our room was kept immaculately clean by Natasha. The pool area is lovely. Lounges/towels/umbrellas were readily available. (Tip: bayside lounges will keep you in the sun all day) Staff bring complimentary ice buckets with bottled water, coconut water, and snacks throughout the day. Food and drinks for purchase are available for your lounge area, at tables or at swim-up bar. ($19.20 EC for a Piton beer) Friendliest pool staff award: José ! Restaurants: 1)Hurricane Hole (Bayside Café), in marina village, casual dining on the dock, avg $75 EC per person. 2) Rum Cave, lower level of main building, avg $150 EC per person, and 3) The Grill, above the Rum Cave, avg $250 EC per person dinner/ $50+ EC per person breakfast. Food is good and plentiful, service is fast and pleasant. Prices include VAT and 10% service charge. Beach: Small patch of sand a short/free ferry ride away. Beware of vendors trying to charge for the ferry/ rent you chairs. The resort has reserved lounges and the ferry is free. There was a resort rep on the beach with towels and cool water to drink. Bathroom facilities are at Doolittles restaurant. No snorkelling--water is too murky. Over- abundance of local vendors who will comply to a firm but friendly 'no thank you'. We prefer the pool area at the resort. General: Even in the dry season expect rain every day. Along with the moisture come mosquitos: dusk, dawn and even during the daytime near foliage. The resort is fogged with an 'environmentally friendly' substance 2-3 times a week to try and keep them at bay, but bring plenty of repellant and use it liberally. The resort supplies one bottle of non-deet spray. All restaurants, even off site, are open air so ensure you spray before going for dinner. Bring money....lots of money! Food and drink are not cheap and are geared toward the clientele occupying the yachts parked in 'Billionaire's Row' in the marina. Basic groceries are available in the supermarket in Marina Village. Best money exchange is at the 1st National Bank in Marina Village. Off property, the public road that runs behind most of the rooms can be noisy; keep your air conditioner fan on and bathroom and laundry room doors closed and it will drown this noise out. How can the resort be improved: The suites could use more practical lights for reading in the evening. Low watt chandelier bulbs are not suitable for bedside lamps. Kitchens need toasters. More evening events/entertainment. Better advertising of events: we only happened upon some entertainment near the library. Although we were told there was no yoga or pilates, there appeared to be a few unadvertised sessions!

Caroline M - Toronto, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

Like everything one reads on Trip Advisor it falls to the old saying, you can’t please all the people all the time! We have been here for almost two weeks, and unless you are an Uber fussy individual there is very little to complain about. The staff here are exceptionally well trained, friendly, and personable. During our stay my wife was taken Ill with a stomach bug. These things happen but when away from home they are more of a worry. Our personal assistant offered to call medical assistance, (although this was not required), she called twice a day every day to check my wife’s progress. Large amounts of bottled mineral water were delivered to our room to help with her recovory, and generally, and genuinely there was care an concern taken to see that we were well looked after and felt reassured. We were treated with great care and respect, which was both reassuring and appreciated. The hotel is well situated in well tended tropical landscaped gardens. The rooms are spacious, and well maintained. Food in the restaurants is good and service is prompt and polite. It’s true to say that there is not a nearby beach. However, it must be bourne in mind that St Lucia is a green and lush island with steep mountains and rock cliffs that boarder the sea. It’s beutiful island, but if you are looking for expansive white sand beaches, then Antigua is more for you. However, don’t let this put you off. St Lucia is a beautiful Island. The people are the warmest and friendliest people we have ever met in years of travel to the Caribbean. As stated at the start of this review, if you are mega fussy you will find a few bits to pick at. Fussy people always do. But if you are looking for a nice hotel, good spacious rooms, excellent customer service, and a peaceful and relaxing holiday, then look no further than here.

Colin B - Exeter, England, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

a great hotel and location with VAST rooms (unnecessarily so) -who needs a full Utility room and kitchen on holiday. great staff-good pool. if you are into super yachts this is your sort of place as they dock right outside and share the facilities. The down side; Food is a joke-all packaged supermarket ingredients! when you look at the prices you are paying with 20% additional tax and service you weep. breakfast was Supermarket bread and choice of 2 cereals with a few fruit in an island abundant with exotic fruits. when we moved to Anse Chastanet we could not believe how fresh and varied the food was compared to here. The beach! disgraceful! this is a tiny public beach and on 2 visits we could not find any hotel staff but were pressurized to hire facilities from locals. Even when we found the hotel beds (not marked) we were approached forcibly by a local demanding money for the umbrellas because this was his and not the hotels. The beach is dirty and you are approached by locals trying to sell you things. The hotel could so easily sort this out as we know ALL beaches are public but when we went to T Kai hotel beach and Anse Chastanet it was obvious what was hotel and what was not! the nearest proper beach is Anse Cochon (T Kai Hotel) but this is a 80 $ round trip

richardregatta - london

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