We can't tell you how fortunate we felt when we arrived at this resort. The pictures are exactly what you get, the area is fabulous, 500 feet to ocean on Reduit beach, largest on island and very quiet. The resort was spotless, service second to none. Just over 100 rooms and you would not believe how many staff they employ, between housekeeping, security, two restaurants, bar, etc. You will never have an empty plate sitting on your table or a lack of smiles and hugs if wanted. For example, as soon as we entered our room we noticed that one of the AC units and fans was not working in one room. Seriously, within five minutes, the maintenance fella was there fixing everything. Everyone we met, and I can't name them all, from Veronica our housekeeper, to Indira, Rhoda, Siana, Patricia, Kurtis, Raphik, Shady and everyone else in the bar and restaurants and front desk…beautiful people and always ready to help or provide advice. One night we had asked if they made creme brule for dessert. The bar supervisor phoned the dessert chef on her day off, right at that moment, and asked if she was able to make it for us one night. Low and behold, the next night we had it ready for us after dinner. :) and it was amazing! Thank you Chef Joan. If you want a genuine, kind man to provide you tours or rides on the island, Kurtis also runs Island Man Tours and Taxi Services. He is very reasonable and one of the nicest men you will ever meet. We stayed in a king suite, pool view, and it was perfect. I would have been happy on the first floor with a swim up room or even on the garden side. The only thing I would mention is if you want it a bit quieter, the garden side is on the opposite side of the "hut" where they have live bands playing many nights right by the pool and bar/restaurant. You also hear street noise from other establishments but honestly, it was outstanding, people and premises, with terrific food as well. We purchased all inclusive but there are many restaurants nearby within walking distance, more than in any other area of island as well. The resort's local cuisine in the newly opened Creole restaurant is so great I can't even express it…we could have eaten in there every day but they were closed most weekend nights. Best of luck choosing a resort but honestly, if I ever go back to St. Lucia, I will be staying at Coco Palm. Also, as a side note, it is one of few locally owned resorts and therefore all the St. Lucians are very familiar with it and always give you a smile...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Coco Palm in St. Lucia, an Award-Winning Boutique Hotel with classic Caribbean French Creole décor and modern amenities offers value without compromise.From the moment you arrive you’ll be impressed by our level of personal service and warm hospitality by our Saint Lucian owned and managed Team. Equally impressive are our stylish rooms and suites, and the authentic creole and international cuisine at KoKo Cabana Caribbean Bistro with Trinidadian Chef Richardson's specialty dishes along with newly introduced All Inclusive plan. Coco Beauty Clinic, gym and complimentary Wi-Fi along with being centrally located in the heart of Rodney Bay Village, just steps from the white sand Reduit Beach, shops, bars and casino, have made Coco Palm the preferred choice for business or pleasure and creating a strong repeat guest of Coco Club family and friends. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Coco Palm Hotel Gros Islet
- Hotel Coco Palm
- Coco Palm St Lucia
- Coco Palm Resort St. Lucia/Gros Islet