My wife and I left Ladera to see the other side of the island. We chose The Landings which we later regretted. The place was a ghost town. Long walk from our room to the front, restaurant/bar always empty. Family's only type of a place. The rooms are really nice for what you would expect in the states but no local feel. Granite, stainless appliances, top notch finishes. Great marina. But we were looking for a different type of a feel. If you are a family looking for typical luxury condo then this would be ea good location to stay. We also met a rude unit owner at the bar one night who began questioning me about my stay, then took great offense when I delivered honest feedback. Maybe it's fuller during high season but when we were there in November, we only saw a few other couples on this large development project. Also all of the tours take you to Soufriere side of the island where the Pitons are...the side of the island we left regrettably. Why not stay on the side of the island with a view of the best part of the island/largest tourist attraction. Also volcano is on the Soufriere side.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Landings is St. Lucia's premiere beach resort featuring one, two and three-bedroom all suite villas. Accomodations include full kitches, state-of-the-art amenities, private terraces and personal plunge pools. The resort offers, beachfront dining, a full array of water activities, 80-slip yacht harbor and Soleil Spa. Free Internet Beach Largest Suites north of St. Lucia ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Landings St. Lucia, a Rock Hotel Castries
- The Landings St. Lucia Gros Islet