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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
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2022 Travelers' Choice Best of the Best
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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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Airport transportation
Pool / beach towels
Pool with view
Adult pool
Outdoor pool
Private pool
Plunge pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary tea
Complimentary welcome drink
Happy hour
Outdoor dining area
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Evening entertainment
Board games / puzzles
Shuttle bus service
Taxi service
Body wrap
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Makeup services
Neck massage
Open-air bath
Adults only
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Mosquito net
Outdoor furniture
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
First aid kit
Laundry service
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Room features
Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Coffee / tea maker
Walk-in shower
Interconnected rooms available
Private balcony
Wardrobe / closet
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Electric kettle
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French
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travel_chicx wrote a review Jun 23
Holland, Michigan24 contributions39 helpful votes
The staff at TiKaye is incredible, especially Dina, Alexis, Lisa, Haige, Catherine, Lita, Jovanny, Aaron Alvin was an awesome dive buddy and dive master. Cher Mario is a lovely person and his food is magnificent. The baker made us a delicious wedding and birthday cake and the cherry and cream cheese tarts are to die for. Fou Kampeche makes the best pizzas anywhere. I would love a few more vegetables with meals or veggie selections to choose from and would love to have breadfruit in future dishes. Love that theres a farm on property where they harvest from. Outdoor shower, front porch deck and hammock are awesome. Love the flowering plants everywhere, the funicular and the new app are awesome! Would love more drink options on the app, more room outlets and adapters too. Honestly we love tikaye. The beach floating devices, kayaks and paddle boards for use are awesome! Wish snorkel and mask rentals were free though. Would love other menu options for thr seven course tastings, especially for those of us worh shellfish allergies or dining restrictions. LOVE the french press coffee and cream in the rooms. The food is excellent, a bit pricy, worth it, but I would noy want to pay anymore if im honest. Sunset cruise was so fun, great crew, captain Lester was so fun! Loveeee the continental breakfast. Dinner entertainment is always so fun! TiKaye made my birthday absolutely lovely! Honestly TiKaye is just stunning and amazing and our wedding was perfect because of the lovely staff, location and amazingggg food💜
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
Navigator561094 wrote a review Jun 19
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My boyfriend and I had an amazing stay at Ti Kaye! The resort was beautiful and the free snorkeling offered was literally better than snorkeling that i've paid for in the past. I just wish that we had done more research before booking as we booked the trip a bit last minute. The only negatives are truly due to lack of research! Here are some quick pros/cons: PROS -Free snorkeling offered was 10x better than snorkeling excursions I've paid for at other resorts. I've never seen so many fish before! The beach is in a cove so I felt super safe snorkeling and was able to see so many fish without going deep into the ocean. -Food was great! We got the all-inclusive and it made the trip very relaxed. I've stayed at many all-inclusive resorts before where the food was meh so I was so happy with the quality at Ti Kaye. -Staff were so friendly - from the drivers to the wait staff, everyone always had a smile. We had a great convo with our driver from the airport, Christian, and our Sea & Land tour driver (didn't catch his name) was also so knowledgeable and easy to talk to. Rocana, a member of the wait staff, remembered our names and always checked in with us everyday which made our time extra special. -Rooms were cleaned to perfection. The maid staff are superstars, the cleanliness of our room greatly elevated our experience. I have high cleanliness standards and truly felt so comfortable. -There's an elevator to the beach! I was so surprised to see an elevator to the beach as the resorts website hasn't been updated for it. The elevator offered such a beautiful and unique view of the ocean and made a great video. -Other vacationers were all so friendly, majority of the people were on their honeymoons so the vibes were just amazing. Literally did not meet a single rude person and everyone was always happy to chat/drink together. CONS -Lack of research; Room: We booked the trip pretty last minute where we snagged the "last available plunge pool room" and ended up with the least private and worst view room - DouDou. I'm pretty confident all other plunge pool views have unobstructed ocean views but we had the view of another villa partially blocking ours. The view was still amazing though, just not 5/5. Additionally, the villa in front of us and anyone from the road can pretty much see into the plunge pool so it didn't feel very private. If you are coming for your honeymoon, please try and request a specific room. I think the room map is on the resort website where you can see the villas and their names/initials. I was pretty prepared for this situation given it was booked last minute so I'm not upset at all - just want to give a warning to future honeymooners. -Lack of research; Reservations: Neither my BF nor I did much research before going so we missed out on some special experiences. If you're coming for your honeymoon, please make reservations for the Wine Tasting and special dinner seating ahead of time! We saw many honeymooners eating at specially set up tables which I thought was so cute. -Sea & Land tour - SEA portion: Our boat literally caught on fire LOL, it was a very chill fire and no one was injured at all - one person had a sore throat from the smoke and that was it. The experience ended up being just the Land portion which was so much fun, highly recommend. Ti Kaye offers the South End tour which is literally the Land part of the Sea & Land tour without tickets/lunch fee baked in so I wish we had just done that given the boat situation...
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Date of stay: June 2022
Sleep Quality
Room Tip: Look at the resort map and request a villa - avoid DD (DouDou)
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Chandler M wrote a review Jun 10
2 contributions2 helpful votes
Our time at Ti Kaye was phenomenal. The airport pick-up situation was easy and comfortable. We met our driver, (and soon-to-be friend) Sheffield, and he picked up our bags and drove us the hour or so ride to the resort. He was awesome and made us feel right at home in this new place. Check-in was simple and done in their open-aired lobby, connected to the restaurant you'll eat most of your meals in. Our bags were brought to our rooms for us by Sherrick (which was a nice touch seeing as the resort is hilly). We stayed in the room called "Mele," which in our opinion, and in some of the staff we talked to, was the best possible cottage. The views were top-notch, had your own private pool, an outdoor shower with a door that looks out to the Caribbean Sea, and this room was very secluded. Meals were awesome! I was so impressed. Truly amazing culinary experience at dinner. Lunches at the beach were also tasty and easy to order on your app. (Most things can be done on the app they tell you about at check-in). While there, we booked a couples massage (awesome!), a snorkeling trip with Lester and Kwanze (also awesome!), and a wine-tasting with Cleus (who is super knowledgable and taught us more about wine than I'll ever be able to remember). We also had a private dinner on the deck, led by Haige (super personable). Additionally, we took what they call the "North Tour" with none other than our favorite guy, Sheffield. He drove us around what felt like the whole island and taught us so much, stopping at markets, restaurants, shopping areas, local beaches, and landmarks. I will say the stairs to and from the beach are a little bit daunting, but lucky for you guys traveling after we did, they had almost completed building a little tram that takes you safely down to the beach and back. Additionally, the resort offers free pick-ups at the beach by an awesome guy named Sherrick, so you don't have to climb if you've had too much food, sun, or cocktails : ) If you're still reading my long review, you're a champ. But I have to mention their customer service also. One day I needed an item from the gift shop that had been sold out, the office staff had someone drive to a local market, and pick the item up, and when I returned to our room later that day, it was waiting for me in our room!! They really care! Also, shoutout to one of the sweetest waitresses, Geniene. If you have her service, you'll see how awesome she is. She made us laugh every night : )
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Date of stay: June 2022
Room Tip: If you have the opportunity to request the Mele room, do it! But truly, any room would be nice!
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Skellytpa wrote a review Jun 6
Tampa, Florida25 contributions4 helpful votes
This resort was an absolutely perfect beach location for our first trip to St. Lucia. We arrived after a four night stay in Soufriere where we were active hiking and touring waterfalls and other sights. Our three nights/four days at Tikaye were spent relaxing on the beach, snorkeling and kayaking. The water is crystal clear and so blue with lots of fish to see. The room is beautiful and comfortable with amazing views. We watched the sunset nightly from our private porch. The food and drinks are excellent . The soft all inclusive was full of great options. Staff was wonderful. We felt this to be a luxurious resort without pretension and a great group of friendly guests. The resort is in a location on its own but there are plenty of excursions daily to take you around the island. We did the sunset cruise and highly recommend. This place felt like paradise and we plan to return!
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
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L L L wrote a review Jun 3
1 contribution2 helpful votes
On arrival a young guy greeted us after a few minutes of obviously standing around waiting. He didn’t ask us how we were or how our journey was just asked us to sit down and went through a scruffily printed out sheet with wi-fi code, facilities etc. Not once during our whole week did any member of staff come up to us when we were around the pool area and ask if we’d like anything, we always had to go and find someone and when we did, they weren’t exactly pleased to help. Rocana and a couple of others were especially rude, unfriendly and unhelpful; not exactly the kind of staff members you’d expect when you’re on holiday and completely ruined the vibe of what could have been a five star experience. In contrast there were a few excellent members of staff who deserve HUGE credit and went above and beyond; Aaron, Zak, Jovanny, Cleus, Jeramiah and Jesse, were all so friendly and couldn’t do enough for us! The food at breakfast, lunch and dinner was always wonderful and the rooms were clean and tidy with lovely views. Overall a good week in a lovely location with delicious food however, some members of staff let the rest of the team down and don’t make you feel overly welcome. Sadly not the five star experience we expected!
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
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RA wrote a review May 2022
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Very impressed by the whole experience during our stay. Superb service from all staff, cleanliness, and great overall guest experience. Picture perfect setting and views. There was some entertainment offered during dinner,depending on the day. Would definitely recommend.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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ORB wrote a review May 2022
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Everything worked out great, very helpful and attentive staff. Saint Lucia is mountainous so there are lots of steps up and down, but a shuttle to the beach is available. Birdlife is a joy to watch and hear, they can be assertive in the restaurant! Beautiful sea life for snorkeling. Bring sandals, the beach sand can get hot in the sun.
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Date of stay: April 2022
Nicky10 wrote a review May 2022
Enniskillen, United Kingdom32 contributions8 helpful votes
We truly enjoyed the most wonderful stay at this private and picturesque spot. The level of service, cleanliness, professionalism and detail was first class. From the stunning views for breakfast, the incredible beach, excellent food and welcoming staff. First class and 5 stars from us. We will definately be back!
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
Carrell P wrote a review May 2022
Epsom, United Kingdom40 contributions6 helpful votes
As soon as you arrive at Ti Kaye, you will know that you have arrived somewhere special. The long, winding, bumpy drive is a taxi drivers nightmare and I'm not sure that the sign saying "nearly there" is for the guests or the driver. On arrival we were shown to our chalet which overlooked the beautiful Caribbean. We were in Chale which was on the bottom row of about 35 chalets which rise up along the coastline. The steps and slope to the Chalet were pretty tough, so make sure you are able and fit enough. Whilst mentioning the hilly and steep nature of Ti Kaye, I must mention the steps to the beach. These are steep and there are many, so please do bear this in mind. At the time a new lift was being installed so access to the beach in the future will be fine. On the beach there are ample private sun beds, water and bar service. And the restaurant serves good lunch food. As the bay is beautiful you do get many boats from other resorts stopping for snorkeling which can be an issue if you do t like the loud music. Generally they arrive about 2.30 and are gone by 5pm. The Chalet is great with a 4 poster and an outdoor shower - quite a nice experience!! The balcony is large and the big hammock and plunge pool make it a lovely place to spend some of the day if you don't fancy the beach. Ti Kaye run lots of trips and there is an expert scuba shop. We were on an all inclusive. However we were a bit disappointed when we were told on arrival that everything was included. In fact not everything is included. There are supplements, so read the small print. If you do then you will save any embarrassment at check out. Food is good throughout and the Shrimp at lunchtime is a must. The only downpoint is the breakfast which is a bit light on variety and quality. Overall this resort is a must if you want a relaxing trip away from it all. 5 nights was probably enough for us, but ended a great 14 night holiday where we stayed at Cap Maison and Rendevous. Please see my other reviews.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
barry a wrote a review May 2022
Corrales, New Mexico68 contributions91 helpful votes
Nine years ago, my wife and i took our first trip to vacation in St Lucia. Researching resorts and things to do, etc. on Tripadvisor, we came across Ti Kaye, a resort then rated 3 stars but with 94% Excellent ratings from people who actually stayed there. Sounded like something to try. We have day dreamed about it ever since, so made it the first stop on our recent (April 2022) trip, joined by my daughter and son in law and also my brother in law, all three making their first ever visit to the Caribbean. There are some very important things to recommend Ti Kaye. In their review, "Explorer223295" called it "A very nice place to unwind, enjoy the beach, and eat great." That's a good place to start. The 3 star rating means less added on top but that's the point here - you want to get away to just relax and bask in what St Lucia has to offer - gorgeous views, wonderful beaches and water, very good snorkeling and swimming, excellent food built around what's fresh and natural right here natural beauty. nature, peace and quiet. The loudest things around you are the birdsong and at night the background sounds of the tree frogs in the rainforest that runs all the way down to the beach. The other thing that makes Ti Kaye a great place is the people. Several of the staff we saw again were there nine years ago - a couple remembered us, It was going home to vacation among family - including those people. At dinner we were greeted by a hug from Cleus (whose memory is a whole lot more than just impressive!). They celebrated by rather high round numbered birthday along with us. A hint - on our first trip other guests insisted we should do the wine tasting experience there with Cleus. We aren't big drinkers though we do enjoy a glass of wine with a nice dinner, so we knew to just sip and sample most of the wines shared - iirc there were 22 over two hours - and Cleus was entertaining, delightful and amazing - he recited from memory all the information about each one of the 22 wines and, when another guest asked him about Malbecs, he reached behind him - without looking - and pulled down one bottle and then above him on a different wall to find another and then told us all about the various regulations and guidelines in different wine-producing areas around the world regarding Malbecs as well as telling us all about those two he was sharing, He was such an impressive and likable young man! Later, at dinner, our waitperson asked if i wanted a glass of wine with my dinner. i told her yes and pointed over to Cleus who was waiting tables across the restaurant area and said, "He'll tell you." She went over to talk to him and he looked over to see who the guest was who was asking. i waved and he smiled and waved back and a glass of wine showed up that was just exactly what i like. Last i had heard, he was working in Paris - no surprise to us at all; we were delighted to find him back at Ti Kaye when we arrived and even happier to know he was married to Lita, who is in charge of the reception operations. i've been emailing back and forth with Lita - and Jennifer - for the last three years as we tried to bring this trip off having to twice delay it in 2020 and 2021 - due to covid. Nicer, warmer people you cannot find. Starting at the bottom, the beach and water at Ti Kaye - Anse de Chacon - are wonderful. There aren't signifiant currents - at least not in the two Aprils we've been there; the snorkeling is easy and good - boats come from tours and other resorts to allow their guests to experience the snorkeling in the bay there. The cabanas are comfortable and shaded; there's a beach restaurant and bar right there as well as a dive shop. We enjoyed the beach and the water best of any beach we've visited in St Lucia - the water was near perfect for us and the family took full advance of the snorkeling. Do be advised there's a staircase up to the reception area, restaurant, pool and room access level - perhaps 80 feet above you - and that's 162 steps. There are, happily, railings all the way up and flat spaces to stop and catch your breath. Nine years ago, at 71, they were actually a delight - with a pause about half way up, they left your legs strengthened and you (meaning me) feeling great. Today, at 80 and after three relatively sedative years due to covid, they were a challenge. The resort will provide a shuttle to drive you up and down if you request. The food is very good. The service we found terrific. And the local birds - mostly the finches, bull finches, zebra finches, et al - were very attentive, tame and looking for crumbs of course. The larger birds are happy to take off with one of your rolls off the table if you leave them unprotected and they do provide small squirt guns on the tables if you so desire. We didn't mind - enjoyed the company of the birds and when we went up to take something from the buffet, we were well aware there are more rolls where that one came from. The rooms are the key to the whole thing. They run from near the cliffside which drops down to the beach up the hillside. On top there are rooms that are connected to one another. Below the main walkway from reception and the pool and restaurant areas, the rooms are separate and private spread along the hillside. All have outdoor showers, marvelous porches with hammocks and rocking chairs and views to die - or live - for. At the bottom are a few with plunge pools - if this is your honeymoon or an ultimate romantic trip, would be well worth considering. Our very favorite moments - the ones that make Ti Kaye one of the very favorite places we have ever found in trips across the Caribbean, to Hawai'i, and across the South Pacific - are the early mornings. The resort is on the West side of the island (the Caribbean is warmer and much quieter, calmer than is the Atlantic so nearly all the resorts are on the Caribbean side so lovely sunsets and quiet, slowly brightening mornings. We would wake up around six, start the hot water for tea and the coffee - fixin's provided in the room atop the cabinet over the small in-room refrigerator - and go out onto the porch and watch the world slowly awaken over the quiet bay and the ocean beyond. (If you take a water taxi up to Marigot Bay for lunch or up to Castries to visit the open market and all that, you can see Martinique low on the horizon to the north and if you climb to a high enough spot you can see St Vincent to the south - disclaimer: directions are general and approximate.) Those mornings, with the bougevvilla and so many other flowers all around you, the birds coming by looking for the bread crumbs from the rolls you've stolen away to your room - which they will land on your hand to take if you are patient with them - to keep you company, and all is peaceful in your world - those are the moments that live on and keep in your mind thoughts of Ti Kaye and the people who are there hoping and helping to make your vacation everything for which you could hope.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Room Tip: Hillside rooms are wonderful - plunge pools in a few - lower priced rooms are higher - can be up...
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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.
Which room amenities are available at Ti Kaye Resort & Spa?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and blackout curtains.
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, Treetop Restaurant and Bar, and The Beacon Restaurant.
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 airport transportation?
Yes, Ti Kaye Resort & Spa offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Ti Kaye Resort & Spa?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Does Ti Kaye Resort & Spa have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbor view available here.