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#1 of 1 resort in Castries
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Tucked away on a lush hillside along the cobalt Caribbean Sea, Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort brings to mind the beauty and charm of a picturesque Mediterranean village. Spacious villas are spread out over 60 acres, with 6 swimming pools, 5 restaurants, 4 bars, Spa, Fitness Centre, Kids Club, water sports activities and nightly entertainment. The resort offers a world class Caribbean experience for couples, families, honeymooners and groups.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Beach
Diving
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Parking
Wifi
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Private pool
Fitness / spa locker rooms
Fitness classes
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary welcome drink
Kids' meals
Special diet menus
Poolside bar
Horseback riding
Snorkeling
Tennis court
Aerobics
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Fishing
Table tennis
Indoor play area for children
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Highchairs available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
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Business Center with Internet Access
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Convenience store
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24-hour front desk
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Jackie Jacqueline at the spa. Phenomenal Sports massage. I've had treatments worldwide,high skill and technique. A variety of treatments offered and the ambience for me was just right within the treatment room. Well worth a visit superb.
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled on business
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tinal20182018 wrote a review Jul 2022
Bexhill-on-Sea, United Kingdom7 contributions65 helpful votes
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Apologies in advance for a long review but so much to say and hopefully, it will be useful to those who are considering or have booked this resort. We were originally due to travel 30th May but a positive covid result led to us having to move dates. We'd booked via On The Beach who were awful but Carina in reservations came to our rescue and between us, we changed the dates without penalty. We met up with her to say thanks, she was lovely! We arranged transfers from the airport through Carina and on arrival, were greeted in the lobby with rum punch and some information on the resort. The shuttle driver, knowing we'd just arrived, took us to the top of the hill to share the beautiful view. It had been a long day and my daughter was sick in the shuttle. The driver and another member of staff were great about it and reassured us they'd take care of it. We had booked a one bed ocean view villa but 142 had two bedrooms, bathrooms and terraces. Although we were only a third of the way up the hill, the views were stunning. The first night, we ordered room service for a $7 additional charge, ate outside and then found we had locked ourselves out. Quick phone call later and security were there within 5 minutes. The resort is absolutely beautiful and very well maintained. Rooms and housekeeping The villa furniture was a bit tired but nothing to complain about, so many reviewers had said the resort is dated but we certainly didn't find that to be the case. We also weren't affected by the entertainment noise as some had noted. Housekeeping came every day, plenty of towels, quality toiletries, good hairdryers, coffee bags, tea, bottled water in mini bar fridge and a very small freezer which you could fit a box of ice-creams in. There are safes in the rooms but it seemed very safe to leave valuables out. Large wardrobes where cases could be stored and plenty of hangers. The beds were comfy and AC left on 24/7. Some days they didn't refresh water or wash our cups and glasses up but water is safe to drink from tap so no biggie. Shuttles We walked down the hill for the whole trip and you don't wait more than 5 minutes for shuttles up. Some drivers were chatty, some not but that's life! Front desk The staff were helfpul and friendly, our ambassador Dee magically knew my name the first time we met in person and always greeted us with a smile. You can draw cash on your card, I heard the limit was 50 USD a day but they gave me more when I used this facility. Check out was quick and easy and a couple of charges I queried were removed without any trouble. Tour desk and excursions We arranged our first tour with Tyler of Exodus Tours on the beach. What a cool dude he is. I think his tour was 300 USD and it was awesome! We were picked up from the resort jetty by speedboat, 5 of us in total and taken to Marigot Bay (beautiful), snorkelled between the Pitons off Sugar Beach, on to the mudbaths, a beautiful waterfall, had a wonderful lunch then back on the speedboat with beer and rum punch flowing and Bob Marley blaring. Such an amazing day. Every opportunity we got we told people how good it was to help him out! We booked three trips with Jason at the resort tour desk. There was no pressure and I was given some pages detailing trips available and costs. We had a look then went back later to make our reservations. The Explorers Cruise was great with three different snorkelling stops and a lovely barbeque lunch on the boat. It was a catamaran and although it was rammed, another great trip. We did the ATV half day, it POURED with rain but was awesome nonetheless and finally, we did the rainforest zip wires and gondola combo. That was fantastic too. I did mess up thinking the 'Tranopy' trip was Monday but it was actually booked for the Friday. I called the tour desk and the guy who answered at first was really unhelpful and saying that it was my fault and that I'd lost the 330 USD I paid. I told him that we had been in the room at the time and why didn't anyone call the room as we would have come down. In the end, he made a call and it was moved. Phew. The resort tour costs don't seem any more than the reservations you can make online and you can charge to your room so nice and convenient. We took a taxi to Rodney Bay marina for an evening meal, I think it was 32 USD for the fare. It was the only meal we had outside the resort and made a change. We also got a taxi to the market in Castries which was great for souveniers. Lots of encouragement to visit every stall but we didn't feel pressured or stressed as you can in some destinations. Restaurants If you weren't all inclusive, as other people have mentioned, it would be expensive! You do sign for everything, even for an ice cream on the beach from the ice cream parlour. Breakfast was ok, bacon and sausages good and omelettes made to order. The continental breakfast wasn't amazing, not a great choice of pastries and cheeses / salamies were often depleted. Something needs to be done to cover bread and fruits as they always had flies on them. The staff remember your tea and coffee preferences after a few days. Jammers is great, quite a varied menu and the main resort bar is here with views out to the beach and main pool. The cocktail menu is huge and they have most branded drinks and spirits included in all inclusive. They didn't have mint for Mojitos that often but so what, it was a celebration when they did. The local Piton beer is good. Also the wine, I avoided it for half the holiday having read reviews and have found it bad in previous all inclusive hotels but the red was great! Our favourite staff were Vernei (Mamma), Sharon and Maria, dazzling smiles and so lovely, especially with our daughter! Embers has a great menu too, brisket sliders probably our favourites but it's only open at lunchtime unfortunately. Dragonfly only had fish and lamb on the menu so we didn't eat there. The Upper Deck requires a reservation but you can make it the same day, we had a couple of good meals there and Papa Don's (Italian) is up the hill, again, reservations required, we had two meals there which were both good. Dress code very relaxed at Jammers but you want to dress up a bit for Papa Don's and the Upper Deck. The coffee shop in the lobby has a different selection of lovely cakes, tea, coffee and fruit water all available to take away. There was a beach buffet on Thursday, food was amazing and a really good variety. My daughter is a super fussy eater but she was really happy with the resort food. Beach Wow, what an amazing beach. So pretty and much of it is shallow water. The in-water hammocks are lovely and don't get monopolised, same for sunbeds on beach, we secured beds under an umbrella every day we were on the beach even if we went late morning. Plenty to go around. The 96 degree bar is fab, they can't make everything there but so handy for drinks when you're on the beach and there are staff to fetch you food and drinks which is such a treat. Not sure if I've got his name quite right but Shevron (pretty boy) is so funny and smiley. They brought fruit in little pots, cold flannels and even cold minty spray bottles one day! There is a big inflatible slide, floating decks and disks to chill out on too. A fruit boat pulls up every day, we bought rum coconuts and star fruit from him one day and he doesn't hassle anyone, just there if you want him! You get cards for towels on arrival and exchange the cards for towels at the towel hut on the beach. You can take them off site too so no real need to bring your own. You just hand them in when you need a refresh, super easy. There's also a volleyball net on the beach which lots of people enjoyed. Cats! There are a few strays on the resort, my daughter loved this! They don't hassle you as there is always another table they can wander to for food and petting! Weather Looking at the weather before we went and during our trip, it looked worrying. There was cloud, rain and wind forecast. No need to worry at all. There were a handful of showers which were refreshing and if the sun went behind a cloud, it was soon out again! We did have one full day of rain, never been so wet in my life through rain but we went on the ATVs on this day and were given ponchos. Entertainment The resort laid on fireworks for fathers day. Was expecting a low key show but WOW, it was an almighty display! Thursdays are great with stilt walkers and a fire show. There were steel bands and tribute bands a couple of which were so great. Our daughter didn't do kids club but we could see lots of activities going on. Also seemed to be a few excercise classes too which looked great if you're into that. Spa Stefanie in the Spa did a manicure / pedicure for me. She was lovely and the Spa is so beautiful. Was really tempted to go back but didn't get there again. Shopping There is a little supermarket which has the essentials, you can charge to your room. There's also souvenier shops and a jewellers. Near the towel hut there are a couple of little independent shacks with nice souveniers available. I wanted to buy so much from the wood carving guy! Tips Again, having read other reviews, I wondered if we'd feel pressured on this front. 10% service charge is added to food, drink and the spa. You don't pay this if all inclusive. At NO time did we feel pressured or feel that we were treated less favourably if we didn't tip. Watersports Saving the best until last. These guys are so amazing! We did snorkelling on resort which is good, lots to see but obviously not as good as the trips out. My husband re-discovered his love of sailing, we took a cat out a few times. We all did kayaking which was fun and every day, before they close at 16.30, you can do inflatible rides which were such fun. You have to put your name down for this at 15.00. They have pedelo boats too. We didn't try water skiing but again, looked fun. Gordon is the man in charge and was so lovely with our daughter. She was nervous about a few things but he really went out of his way to put her mind at rest and made sure his team looked after her. Denver is brilliant too. He gave us snorkelling equipment so my daughter could try it the night before we went on a trip even though they were just closing. Denver works so hard! Rio is lovely and Donel, so sweet, friendly and helpful. He remembered our names after day 1. Donel's on trial until November and I'm sure Gordon will keep him. These guys really are the cherry on the top for the resort. Finally, we were offerred a presentation on the owner scheme in exchange for a 100 USD voucher to put towards excurstions or the Spa. I thought we'd go along but was convinced upfront we wouldn't join up. It actually seemed like a great deal and I thought about it a lot over the next few days. It didn't feel like we were under too much pressure by Pam the sales lady or her boss and were asked to think about it and go back to them with feedback on our final day. We didn't get time but thanks ladies, and maybe we will go ahead with this in the future. Very few people wore masks anywhere during our trip which is nice but of course, it's a personal choice. The only place I remember it being compulsory was the airport. Seriously guys, I never like to go back to the same place twice as the world is a big place however, we absolutely loved St Lucia and Windjammer so you never know. Thanks to each and every one of you for making this a holiday to remember forever. Tina, Rowland and Willow Lorch
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Responded Jul 5, 2022
Dear Tina, Thank you for visiting our villa beach resort and spa in St. Lucia. We thank you for taking the time and consideration to submit a detailed review from your experience. We are thrilled that overall you had a great stay. Thank you for your kind support. We truly appreciate all of our guests reviews as each one provides us the opportunity to enhance our guest experiences. On behalf of the team, it was an absolute pleasure serving you. We hope that you consider returning to us in the near future. Best Regards,
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Chris B wrote a review Apr 19
Muscatine, Iowa2 contributions
We had an awesome time this past week! Our group stayed in a 3 bedroom villa and had a blast! We took advantage of room service after a long day of travel when we arrived. Tried all of the restaurants and bars! All were great! Try to sit in Beach Server Brandon's section on the beach. It didn't matter if we were in our beach chairs or in the water, he made sure we were taken care of! He was the best! He deserves a raise!
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Date of stay: April 2024
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Steve Wilson wrote a review Apr 19
Exeter, United Kingdom326 contributions223 helpful votes
Windjammer Landing could be an amazing five star resort. The water sports team are fantastic, so helpful and professional. The gym is great and the yoga classes with Neymar are very good. Rooms are very good and wifi all over the resort is excellent. The queue for breakfast is unacceptable even for a Four Star resort. Another restaurant is needed and some urgency from the staff. Food allergies and vegan dietary choices are not well understood. Options are limited. Papa Dons is the only restaurant with decent service. Training is needed and more vegan options! The beach is lovely and private as it is not accessible from outside the resort. There was an absence of ridiculous masking and hand sanitizing, thank goodness!! The water slide provided hours of fun for our children!
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Be aware that some rooms are a long walk from the beach.
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DnpJnp wrote a review Apr 16
Calgary66 contributions27 helpful votes
I'd like to give it 4.5 out of 5 if possible. We enjoyed our vacation overall - staying a week in a 1 bedroom hillside villa with an all-inclusive plan. The room was updated with a nice large shower, large patio, but had a broken refrigerator - the resort had an old large white one placed in the unit as a backup, which we appreciate they proactively got a solution before we arrived, but it also took up a lot of space in the living area. The main bedroom bed was very comfortable but the sofa bed was terribly uncomfortable and would not work for adult(s). The restaurants were all really good (other than experiencing undercooked pizza dough at Papa Don's and Ember, and very undercooked naan bread at Masala) but not spectacular. Very good fresh mahi mahi at most of the restaurants (only fish we saw as catch of the day). The drinks were impressive as they served real cocktails with the brand alcohol, made them a good strength but not undrinkable. I did find it super odd that they didn't have fresh limes at any of the bars and often very little fresh mint, and were always out of anything that wasn't in season (eg passion fruit, which was in many drink menus but always unavailable). HOWEVER the restaurant and bar prices are ridiculously inflated so only consider all-inclusive and be prepared to be told that wine by the glass is included but then get to the restaurant and they tell you all the wines by the glass that aren't included ($6/glass surcharge for basic Cupcake wine makes no sense). Also various steaks had surcharges which is quite annoying at an all inclusive resort. Other resorts usually only upcharge for lobster and $50+ bottles of wine/champagne, but here anything in the bottle had a high cost. I would have appreciated a bottle or two be in the room for the week so we didn't have to take shuttles just to get our 'included' drinks. The staff were very friendly, quite possibly the best we've experienced in the Caribbean so it was clear they were treated well. The shuttle service was essential for us as it was too hot and steep to walk with traffic on narrow roads; however we felt a lot of time was wasted waiting - some times it was a 2min wait and others a 20min wait. We sincerely appreciated Brent the shuttle driver asking us the day before when we wanted to be picked up for check out, and he arrived on time (actually 5min early), so we didn't have to worry. The other area we felt we lost a lot of time was waiting on bills at restaurants, bars, ice cream shop... possibly 30+min per day spent waiting on bills and then another 30+ on shuttles so it does eat into the relaxing part of vacation. Perhaps the biggest frustration was waiting 20+min in the heat on checkout day to get a spot at the buffet breakfast. They clearly aren't set up for full occupancy - management please consider opening Jammers for breakfast as well at peak dates. The ocean at the resort was a disappointment though not the resort's fault - a nice calm bay but also means not clear/somewhat murky water and all sea grass instead of pure sand bottom with limited sea life. Overall I recommend, especially if you're more into lounging by the pool/beach vs swimming/snorkeling, and have patience to wait on shuttles and to wait on bills each time you want a drink/snack/meal. What was clear is the resort does care about its guests and its staff do a wonderful job! Pros - Very friendly staff - Decent food and really good cocktails - Calm bay for young kids - Motorized watersports included in all inclusive - Kids club (if there are enough kids, otherwise not fun to be the only kid, but did appreciate they were open still with low attendance) Cons - The restaurant and bar prices are ridiculously inflated so only consider all-inclusive (and watch for surcharges) - The beach ocean area is covered in seagrass at the bottom, and gets quite murky with all the water activities so it is not the "dream" Caribbean white sand beach water entry or clear water; only a couple tiny coral heads so really not a snorkel spot - Lots of time wasted waiting on restaurant/drink/ice cream bills to come, even for all-inclusive guests - Lots of time wasted waiting on shuttles, and too steep and hot for walking to most of the rooms - Horribly uncomfortable sofa bed - 100% not recommending for adults or larger kids, so ensure you have 2 full bedrooms if 2 couples are sharing - Loud base most evenings could be heard from our room, but seemed to end before midnight. I just wish they'd turn down the base - as this didn't come across as a big party resort - mainly retired couples and young families at least over the Easter week.
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Date of stay: April 2024
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Dear DnpJnp, Thank you for submitting a detailed review from your recent experience. We truly appreciate your kind support and consideration. Thank you for highlighting how courteous and dedicated our staff are. They will be informed of your special mention. We also appreciate you for sharing your concerns with us. We offer our sincere apologies. We strive to maintain a high standard of service across the board and we are disheartened that we fell short in some instances. Rest assured that we have every desire to review and discuss these areas for future enhancement. It was an absolute honor hosting you. We hope to have the opportunity to welcome you back for an idyllic experience in the future. Best Wishes from the Windjammer Landing Team!
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irina j wrote a review Apr 16
London, United Kingdom2006 contributions690 helpful votes
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We spent a week all inclusive in this resort and had a great experience. The setting is very beautiful! Our room was on the second level (18) and had stunning sea view but also close enough to walk up and down. All inclusive option was great and it’s totally worth paying extra to have it! There are 5 restaurants on site, all offering different cuisine. Two restaurants serve lunch and they are right on the beach front. Some require reservations for dinner so suggest you book them all in advance as soon as you arrive to the resort. All restaurants offer waiters service which is so much nicer vs buffet! Our favourite was Upper deck steak restaurant and papa dons - Italian. I also enjoyed Masala (Indian restaurant). There is an extensive schedule of fitness classes. All 3 coaches are great: Richard, Nima and Brandon did the upmost to make sure you do exercises properly. I love Pilates , yoga and beach fitness just to name a few that I’ve done over the week! Water sports are great too. You can try paddle boarding, water skiing, snorkel swimming, kayaking just a few! You can also do banana boat ride or sofa ride every day at 4pm. All you need is to sign up! Snorkelling was great off the beach and they also have diving school that I’ve used for go diving. The hope place is great and well set up for you to have nice and relaxing time. I’ll totally will recommend it. I think this resort makes a destination!
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Room 18 was a great place not to far to walk up or down with beautiful views of the sea
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Dear 265irinaj, Thank you for submitting a detailed review from your recent experience. We truly appreciate your kind support and consideration. We are elated that you found 'paradise' here at the Windjammer Landing in St. Lucia. It was an absolute honor hosting you. We hope to see you again soon. Best Wishes from the Windjammer Landing Team!
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londonbarrister wrote a review Apr 14
London, United Kingdom128 contributions49 helpful votes
We have visited this resort numerous times and in general we love it. There always things that they can do better, but the beach is stunning and the atmosphere is just so relaxing. This year the food from the restaurants was amazingly good. The drinks are great and the fact that so many people end up buying timeshares at this resort shows that they want to keep coming back. There are a wide array of different room types that can be confusing. I would definitely consider an all inclusive package if booking the resort, but I would also encourage people to get out and see what an amazing island St Lucia is and enjoy the local activities and restaurants.
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
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Dear londonbarrister, Thank you for returning to our villa beach resort and spa in St. Lucia. We are ever so pleased to receive such kind 5-star reviews as it seems that we were successful with exceeding your expectations. We truly appreciate your kind support and consideration. We look forward to welcoming you back soon. Best Wishes from the Windjammer Landing Resort!
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S-Smiley10 wrote a review Apr 12
Chesterfield, United Kingdom44 contributions18 helpful votes
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It’s a difficult decision when picking a resort so for us we opt for a child-friendly resort with adult provisions and we were not disappointed. There are so many positives but there are also some areas for development. This resort is a long taxi ride but if you arrange transport the drivers are friendly and will stop off at vantage points for photo opportunities. It didn’t seem as arduous as I expected. The speed limit is 40mph and slow is the Caribbean way so embrace the new way of living. When told we would see rush hour in Castries, the capital, I think we saw 5 cars and a couple of cows on a roundabout, The resort is beautiful. It is well appointed with new sun loungers and towel covers are provided plus beach towels. Water is brought to you throughout the day plus sun glasses cleaning wipes. There’s a bar and coffee shop and ice cream kiosk by the main pool and facilities along the beach. TIP: book your sun loungers on day 1 for the beach as they are then yours first your stay. Sun loungers are not allocated around the pool and we found d you need to get one by 8am. Food is plentiful and varied (Upper Deck steak restaurant was our favourite but there’s also Masala providing eastern cuisine, Papa Don’s Italian, Dragonfly offering evening tapas, Perch is seafood and Jammers is your staple American-Caribbean offer). TIPS: (1) pre-book your restaurant choices as soon as possible, especially if you wish to dine early at the popular times (2) take aways are an option if you want a chill- out night in (3) opt for ALL INCLUSIVE….the prices are expensive and your bill will add up e.g $18 a cocktail or $65 for steak or $5 can of Coke. Pros: Luxurious resort with fantastic facilities - spa (expensive but good), water sports (all included), daily activities (aqua aerobics, faves etc) and overwhelmingly friendly staff. Areas for development: It’s build on a hill so be prepared to walk or wait for the very regular shuttle buses. I don’t have all the answers but the slight annoyances of the holiday were: 1. Queuing for breakfast 2. Signing for your bill despite being in an all inclusive package. This was time consuming and a pain especially at breakfast. Maybe sign as you walk in? 3. The service can be slow at the bar and coffee shop. Maybe it’s the Caribbean life. Just be patient. 4. Booking for evening meals was frustrating 5. Go all inclusive without doubt
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Book your sun beds Book your dinner reservations Opt for all inclusive
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Kathleen G wrote a review Apr 11
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Great experience at the spa with Jennefer, who did an incredible massage and facial, and also mini manicure for my two daughters. Both Jenneffer and Rod at the spa have been very friendly and welcoming. Brilliant pool and beach here - the children have had an amazing holiday!
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
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Dear kathleengM8535YE, Thank you for making the Windjammer Landing Resort your choice for your family getaway. We are thrilled that you fully enjoyed our offerings. Thank you for highlighting Jenneffer and Rod for exceeding your expectations. They will be informed of your special mention. It was an absolute honor hosting you. We hope to see you again soon. Best Wishes from the Windjammer Landing Team!
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Andrew W wrote a review Apr 8
Castries, St. Lucia8 contributions
Went for the day. Upon arrival I was met by 2 security officers who were very unhelpful and as if they couldn’t be bothered with us. Been there quite a few times over the years. I was told we had to park away from the Resort and they would walk us to the beach but we weren’t allowed to use the restaurant or any of the facilities. There are much better Resorts and definitely better beaches + a lot cheaper in St Lucia but what also makes you holiday is the attitude of the staff at any Resort. Definitely wouldn’t stop at this one.
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Date of stay: April 2024
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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$223 - $375 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
216
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WINDJAMMER LANDING VILLA BEACH RESORT $197 ($̶5̶8̶7̶) - Updated 2024 Prices & Reviews - St. Lucia, Caribbean

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