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Ti Kaye Resort & Spa

Anse Cochon St. Lucia
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Overlooking Anse Cochon Bay Ti Kaye Resort & Spa is located on the serene West Coast and is simply known as Ti Kaye, (which means small house in the native creole patois language of Saint Lucia). With only 33 rooms, 2 bars & restaurants, the Kai Koko Spa and a 600+ bin 'Wine Kave' there is no better place for romantic relaxation - combined with some of the best snorkeling and diving to be found anywhere on Saint Lucia right off the beach.
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Chocgirl wrote a review Apr 2020
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom184 contributions153 helpful votes
I stayed with my partner for the first 4 nights of a holiday to celebrate my birthday. We arrived quite late in the evening after a long flight and being chauffer-driven over very mountainous terrain in pouring rain. In the dark and lots of hairpin bends. The last mile to the resort is a 5mph type of road!! After a straightforward check in, with complimentary rum punch, we were shown to our room. We were in Soulajman (which we were just about able to pronounce by the time we left!) which was not too far from the restaurant / pool area and had great sea views. It was a basic room with a hammock and 2 rocking chairs on the veranda, and was semi-detached. it had great sea views.They provided a complimentary bottle of prosecco for my birthday :) There was an outdoor shower and walk-in wardrobe. The shower was fun, but relied on solar heating and wasn't always terribly hot. The bedroom had an air con unit that was very good, but we only really needed it at night when the room was shut up. We were all inclusive, and most, but not all items were included. The service at the main restaurant wasn't great. You had to book a time in advance and somehow they never seemed ready for you. Service was a bit too slow for me and sometimes not as friendly as I would like. ( I suppose it was during uncertain times with the coronavirus. Occupancy was down to around 40% and not long after we left all hotels in St Lucia were closed down.) The beach was aound 200 steps down from the restaurant. There was an attendant there giving out water and keeping an eye on belongings. The beach is public, but the only way to get there really is through the hotel or by boat. Lots of catamarans and yachts were mooring up with people visiting the beach. There were beach sellers with trinkets who were a little pushy, but overall it was a relaxing spot. The beach bar / restaurant was my favourite. The menu was simple, a great cocktail list and friendly service. We had lunch there every day. The view from the terrace was fabulous. We booked a sunset cruise on my birthday. The hotel has a small boat and we were served drinks and canapes while we sailed down the coast to Soufriere to see the Pitons. Then back in time for sunset. I'm not very good in boats, but this was not too thrilling and gave us time to chat to the other 2 couples on the boat who were from the US. The pool wasn't well used - most people preferred the beach, but we spent a morning or two there. There was no service, but the bar in the restaurant was nearby if you wanted to order a drink. We really enjoyed our stay here - it was really relaxing - but the service let it down a bit. With a bit more effort they could have a really great resort, all the other ingredients are there. However, it may have been worries about coronavirus...
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Date of stay: March 2020
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egoldstone wrote a review Mar 2020
3 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed here for the on site dive shop and the quiet atmosphere. Our room was very nice with great views. The outdoor shower was a wonderful, unique addition. The included breakfast buffet was delicious though my wife missed having eggs for breakfast which were an extra charge. Yes, the resort is remote requiring an SUV or more rugged vehicle to reach it, but that was not a problem for us. Yes, it was just over 200 steps from our room down to the beach, but that was not a problem for us. My only critisism, which is why I gave it four stars and not five, are the dinner options. As the resort is fairly remote, we ate at the resort for three nights. Each night we were disappointed with the quality of the food, especially for the price. We ended up driving to Anse La Raye for dinner the remaining nights and got better food for half the price. We ecommend having a car.
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Date of stay: March 2020
LeeScottRob wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom468 contributions55 helpful votes
We visited at the beginning of March for 10 nights and we had the best time! We arrived at around 17:30pm, after driving for 1,30 minutes from the airport....the roads to and from the airport are better than any of the other roads around the island but if you feel you might get car sick then it will definitely happen! I can't advise you more than to take some necessary precautions! The drive is extremely scenic, we didn't find any roads or routes that were not on the GPS contrary to lots of reports. The little dirt track that leads off the main road to the hotel is utter hell, allegedly it has been improved but we didn't notice anything that may have given us that impression. Great security once you arrive and you'll get to know them if you have a car as your holiday progresses. Check in was super smooth in the main lobby/restaurant area. We had a lovely rum punch (which was to be the first of many!) and we quickly were ushered to our room. We had Yenyen (no plunge pool I'm afraid to say!). The room is a little cottage, set up on different elevated hills, they are quite hidden amongst the trees and bushes....and you are enshrouded in lush tropical vegetation. Very large balcony with hammock and chairs/table....great for sitting out on as the sun goes down or to watch a rain storm pass over out to sea. Inside there is a four poster bed, mosquito net, very comfortable bed actually with good quality white linen. There is a fridge with fresh milk and a bottle of Ti Kaye distilled water put inside and renewed every day. We had the Winter 560 package, which actually enables you to fill the fridge as a minibar, you just tick what you want to have put inside and some of it is actually included in your package! We found out about this after a day or two and was not advised about it voluntarily from the checking in/out team. The form you should find on the main table/chest of drawers. The room is quite open air, slats on the windows that need opening and shutting every night which was fine for us and perfectly sized little bathroom and an outside shower....which we loved! There is a little washing drying line in the outside garden, amazing shower gel/shampoo/conditioner etc but the water pressure was something to be desired and not as piping hot as you'd like during peak hours! Overall though the room was amazing. The pool is just wonderful! Most people would be down on the beach or out and about, however it was really quiet by the pool, not too cold and there was always staff on hand should you want a drink, food etc and they would always bring you chilled water even if you haven't asked for it. The sun beds are showing some wear and tear though. If you use the sun beds nearest to the wall that drops off revealing the beautiful sea and lush gardens....you'll not only have a beautiful spot for sunset but also lots of little hummingbirds darting around like crazy which was just a delight to see. It is quite well known that there are a lot of steps down to the beach, you do get used to it but I never ever said I enjoyed the walk back up the steps! There is a car that can take you back up apparently but that was never offered to anyone I saw. The beach is probably one of the best on the island all considering and there are a few people that came especially to the beach from afar knowing it really us quite irresistible! The snorkelling is extremely good compared to other parts of the island, the right hand side is shallower, but is filled with quite a few visiting catamarans every day (they were never a nuisance) and the snorkelling was quite busy there. On the left hand side the snorkelling was equally as good but a lot deeper with stronger currents. We did do some kayaking (never again, it was enormous amount of work to go not very far at all and you were constantly battling the currents!). Terry will look after you during the day and fetch you whatever you liked, we always gave him a dollar tip here and there and we felt is was always appreciated. The beach sellers, although are described as never pushy....I did find them slightly too keen on a number of occasions. You can say no, that isn't the problem but they do have some cheeky ways to win some business. We did actually go out on a boat trip using one of the beach sellers and did thoroughly enjoy ourselves. The restaurant on the beach is AMAZING! The food was always sooooooo good, especially the pizzas! We tried everything from roti, chicken sliders, burgers....the list goes on and the food was always good washed down with cocktails, wine, Pitons etc. The service is not so speedy and there was always something forgotten or missed but everyone is extremely charming that it never mattered. There is very little in the way of nightlife, there was a night or two when entertainment was put on. There was a young lady playing very beautifully some Caribbean styled drums and another guy was signing/playing the guitar. Quite a few people got up and danced actually! The restaurant is open air, at breakfast there was always a lovely fresh breeze with copious amounts of cheeky little birds hopping about for a crumb or too. The continental breakfast was fantastic with lovely fresh pastries, muffins, little wraps, home made granola, fresh breads....you will be very full if you allow yourselves to get carried away like we did. Fresh tea, coffees, juices etc were constantly being refilled. You can select a hot breakfast, a few of them you don't pay a supplement, others you do. I think this bothered a lot of previous reviewers, but the rules are super clear and easy to understand. We did choose a few breakfast items that you pay extra for and they were very very delicious! Lunch could also be taken in this upstairs restaurant with a different lunch menu which we quite liked. The kebabs were very good! In the evening, the dining menu was always very good too....you could choose from a daily menu or a set menu which is offered every night. There is also a Creole night too which was quite delightful. Service could be a little haphazard and chaotic....sometimes slow but we liked to take our time so it was more than fine. We chose the 20:30 slot (you must tell them in advance) and by the time we were on our mains most of the diners had left and we had the place to ourselves! I think a few people didn't always like the food but actually the food was DIVINE. The only thing I didn't like was risotto and rice.....maybe the pasta, it never quite hit the mark. The desserts were ok but not my favourite. If you ask me, this hotel is missing a huge trick in to actually turning the restaurant in to a grill restaurant (skip the pasta and stew dishes!). The grill dishes were outstanding, the steaks some of the best I have eaten abroad....the chicken was always chargrilled to perfection and so so tasty. Ti Kaye should expand on the grill hugely as it was just the best. Some items you need to pay a supplement for but that is always the case with all inclusive for steaks that are from the butchers. There were a few excursions you could choose from, they were very expensive but we had a car the entire time so did not need to book any. The reception team were always keeping it up to date with "we need two more people to confirm" etc etc which I thought was very considerate. There is a little shop you can buy a few bits and bobs from, everything was competitively priced so no need to shop around if you don't feel like it. We bought some suncream which was the only mistake and it felt like using germaline. We really wanted to book the wine and cheese tasting, but were curtly told that due to not enough people booking it it had to be cancelled. We were there 10 nights and only saw it advertised once despite it scheduled for twice a week..... There is a nice bar that you can go sit in but it did lack atmosphere and guests! I think that as Ti Kaye is a romantic getaway, many people skipped the bar but we went for a drink nearly every night regardless. The bar is extensive and the wine list impressive, great cocktails and always very strong!!!!!! The entire staff of Ti Kaye are a credit to the hotel and the island. We met some wonderful people who really looked after us (the waitresses that know about the black perfume bottle with the gold label, you know who you are!!! were our standout favourites). If you take the time to say hello to someone, they will offer you the utmost hospitality, act like an ungrateful spoilt tourist then you'll get the minimum service....simple as! My only critique would be the reception team, they were a little more separate from the hotel and barely had any contact with them. When checking out we were not asked how our stay was, safe flight home etc which was a bit odd. We were given a room to freshen up before checking out for an hour which was super handy (no late check outs unfortunately despite asking). St Lucia is stunning, we highly recommend Ti Kaye for many reasons, lots of people never left the resort as you didn't really need to! We wanted to explore the island so to get to Soufriere it was 1 hour through winding roads, to get to the north it was more than an hour. So location wise, it can be a little awkward. If I were to come back again I would rely on the hotels water taxis as the journey will be infinitely quicker and very pretty. Or just have a word with the beach sellers on the beach, they will give you a more competitive price and just to see their eyes light up when a potential booking was on the cards was priceless. Thank you Ti Kaye for looking after us! We will be back!
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Owen W wrote a review Mar 2020
Norwich, United Kingdom50 contributions18 helpful votes
We stayed at Ti Kaye about 15 years ago and loved it so we decided to visit again. The cottages remain lovely - handsome and spacious with large verandahs with easy chairs and double hammock overlooking the sea - each surrounded by tropcial flowers and many interesting birds such as hummingbirds, green and purple throated caribs and the St Lucia oriole. However we can't be so enthusiastic about the public areas. Good bits: the beach is more fun because there is now a pleasant rustic bar/restaurant serving lovely informal lunches and the restaurant views at the top of the cliff are great (see more below). Bad bits: the recliners at the beach all look grubby, at the top fo the cliff, at the hotel, the public areas are all very hard and "international airport hotel" in style - huge orange sofas in serried ranks that no-one chose to sit on save when queuing for the evening table that they had already booked , and all the floor surfaces are hard tiles. The surrounding to the swimming pool had been grass but last year was tiled. Previously there was a terrace to stand or sit on whilst havingtake pre-dinner drinks and a friendly vibe there with guests chatting to each other. Now, with one tiny exception, the only place to have a drink is a totally enclosed lounge bar - while it has big windows looking out over the sea, there are none of the lively Caribbean fresh winds and it feels like a classroom with a few tables in it. There is a small hard tiled terrace next to this bar with just two tables and stools - not always available becuase couples book it for a private romantic dinner. As for dinner, the food is very good and the menus change daily, and there are lots of tables with great views of the coast and the sea below , but the greeting when you arrive at your booked time is always offhand and you are often asked to sit, with other guests, on the horrid orange sofas for 10 minutes until they can seat you. On every occaison this happened we were then taken to a table that had already been ready when we arrived at the restaurant! Most guests are American honeymooners, which is proably why few guests talk to each other - much less friendly than many other Caribbean high-end small hotels. Apart from the greeting on arrival at the restaurant most staff were very friendly and helpful. For equally lovely gardens and cottages, and much nicer public areas go to Hermitage Bay in Antigua, for great food and atmoshpre and friendliness and nicer public areas go to Coral Beach Club in Barbados.
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Date of stay: February 2020
joanieh6 wrote a review Mar 2020
Allendale, New Jersey56 contributions30 helpful votes
We spent one week at the beautiful Ti Kaye Resort. We had the cottage with a plunge pool and a large porch with rocking chars, a double hammock and amazing views. It was well worth the extra money. The beach is beautiful with enough lounges for guests. There is also a beautiful (uncrowded) pool. Be aware that it is 167 steps down to the beach. The snorkeling from the beach is wonderful since the resort is located on a marine preserve with beautiful coral and many fish. The food is fresh, local and creative, both in the main restaurant and at the beach. The staff is incredibly helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. A shout-out to Natalie, the supervisor of the restaurant, and Dona, our server, who both went above and beyond to make our stay memorable. We did the Land and Sea Tour, which included a visit to lovely Botanical Gardens, the volcano, Soufriere and a local lunch - well worth the price. Even our drivers to and from the airport were friendly and knowledgeable. We enjoyed every moment from the arrival to our departure. I highly recommend Ti Kaye!
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Date of stay: February 2020
Room Tip: We were in the cottage L - 42 steps down - beautiful view! I would recommend it.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ti Kaye Resort & Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Ti Kaye Resort & Spa?
Nearby attractions include Anse Mamin (4.1 miles), Marigot Bay (3.5 miles), and Anse Chastanet Beach and Reef (4.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Ti Kaye Resort & Spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Ti Kaye Resort & Spa?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Ti Kaye Resort & Spa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ti Kaye Resort & Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Jade Mountain Club, Masala Bay, and Fedo's.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Ti Kaye Resort & Spa?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does Ti Kaye Resort & Spa have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Ti Kaye Resort & Spa offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Ti Kaye Resort & Spa have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbor view available here.