based on 7 nights
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per person for 7 nights, based on 2 people sharing a One Bedroom Marina View Villa Suite on a bed and breakfast basis including private road transfers.
At a Glance
Overlooking St Lucia's most stunning beach and set around a Marina
Great accommodation - very spacious and perfect for families
Lovely beach - would recommend an early morning swim before breakfast
Watch the sunset across the bay from your Jacuzzi
Grand reception area
The Spa offers excellent facilities
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.
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The Landings in St. Lucia is a beach front hotel set around a marina and opening onto a beautiful beach. Offering spacious and luxurious villa suites, a real home from home and with a complimentary children's programme it is perfect for families.
The Landings is an all suite resort offers spacious accommodation in a hotel setting, making it perfect for families and couples wanting to have more independence. All the suites have been furnished to the highest standards and offer extremely spacious accommodation complete with full kitchens, lounge and dining rooms as well as en-suite bedrooms and huge terraces or balconies, some with spa pools.
Facilities include a choice of three swimming pools, one of which is adult only, a fully equipped gym and spa complete with indulgent indoor and outdoor treatment areas. For those who prefer a little more activity there are two floodlit tennis courts as well as watersports from the beach. The beach itself shelves gently out and is very calm, perfect for children.
The Beach Club restaurant offers beautiful views out to Pigeon Point and the Caribbean sea and is the ideal spot for sundowners or a relaxing brunch or dinner. The Palms fine dining restaurant is perfect for a more formal dining occasion. Children from 4 to 12 years are well looked after in the complimentary children’s club and babysitting is also available for an additional charge.
The location in the north of the island is perfect for heading out to Rodney Bay and dining at the many restaurants on offer there.
The Landings offers a range of villa suites comprising either one, two or three bedrooms. Each villa suite is built to the highest technological, ergonomic and environmental standards, and is luxuriously detailed and finished with the finest materials, fittings and fixtures. Each features a furnished terrace, some with plunge pools, offering views of the luxury yacht marina or the beach and beautiful Caribbean Sea. All villa suites at The Landings feature a fully equipped kitchen with premium-brand appliances, spacious living room with flat screen TV and a guest powder room.
Each bedroom includes a full marble bathroom, and the master bathroom includes a bathtub plus separate shower. There is also the option of adding a sofa bed to accommodate one additional guest in all the villas.
|1 Bedroom Villa Suite Marina View||
These spacious 88m² suites offers views of the resort's private luxury yacht marina and comprise a master bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite marble bathroom, living room, powder room, fully equipped designer kitchen, dining area and terrace.
|1 Bedroom Villa Suite Marina View with Plunge Pool||
These beautiful suites are located on the ground floor and all have private plunge pools. These spacious 88m² suites offer views of the reosrt's private marina and comprise a master bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite marble bathroom, living room, powder room, fully equipped designer kitchen, dining area and terrace.
|1 Bedroom Butler Beachfront Villa Suite||
Just steps from the beautiful white sandy Landings beach, these 88m² luxury villa suites are staffed with a personal butler available 24 hours a day and comprise a master bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite marble bathroom, living room, powder room, fully equipped designer kitchen, dining area and terrace.
|2 Bedroom Villa Suite Marina View||
These spacious 130m² suites offer views of the resort's private marina and comprise a master bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite marble bathroom, second bedroom with twin beds and en-suite bathroom, living room, powder room, fully equipped designer kitchen, dining area and terrace.
|2 Bedroom Villa Suite Marina View with Plunge Pool||
These spacious 130m² suites offer views of the resort's private marina and all have private plunge pools. Each comprises a master bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite marble bathroom, second bedroom with twin beds and en-suite bathroom, living room, powder room, fully equipped designer kitchen, dining area and terrace.
|3 Bedroom Grande Villa Suite Marina View with Plunge Pool||
The Landings boasts 5 incredible Grande Villa Suites each with a private plunge pool. These 213m² suites comprise three beautiful bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms. The master bedroom has a four poster king-size bed and there is a second king-size bedroom and third guest room furnished with two twin beds. The location offers views of the Landings luxury yacht marina.
The Landings has good facilities for young children from 4 to 12 years. The Landings Kid's Club offers an expansive list of amenities and daily activities for kids. Open daily from 9am - 5pm with a break for lunch, the club offers activities such as adventure, sports and games, competitions, arts and crafts and Caribbean education. Off site trips to local attractions such as Pigeon Island are also on offer.
Facilities at the Landings include two restaurants, lobby bar, gymnasium, lobby lounge, boutiques, children’s club and water sports centre. The spa features eight treatment rooms (including one couples suite), outdoor hydrotherapy terraces, several relaxation rooms and a full-service hair salon.
Complimentary activities include use of the gymnasium, tennis, kayaks, sailboats and snorkelling. Activities at an additional charge include spa treatments, land and sea excursions, sunset sailing cruises, tennis tuition, scuba diving, deep sea fishing and golf nearby. Cultural excursions recommended by the hotel include visits to the capital city, Castries, Pigeon Island home to the remarkable Fort Rodney and the Pitons, two infamous landmarks which offer a fantastic place to go hiking.
Alice Moseley (Staff)
The hotel is suited for independent guests who are looking for apartment style accommodation; excellent for families. The two to three bedroom villa suite accommodation are dotted around the resort with various types of view. They are incredibly spacious with large sitting rooms, washing facilities and well equipped kitchens. There is a lovely stretch of beach in front of the hotel, water sports on offer and a kids club for the younger guests.
Victoria Douglas (Staff)
The accommodations at the Landings are so spacious and well designed. The property would suit perhaps more of an independent family who are keen to explore this area of the island, dine out some evenings, get a chef in another and have some quality family time. Being located around a Marina, there is great people watching and the beach is a popular place to hang out with a small local boat delivering fresh daily fruit at a small charge to guests.
Rachel Edgar (Staff)
The Landings is perfect for families or groups looking for larger accommodations. The Villas are very generous in size with en suite bathrooms. You can opt for a Marina or Beach view and you can sit on your balcony or in your Jacuzzi and take in the lovely views. All Villas come with a fully equipped, generously sized kitchen giving you the option of eating in (there are supermarkets a taxi ride away for supplies or the front desk will arrange for your shopping to be delivered).
I loved the beach here, lovely soft white sand, plenty of sun loungers generously spaced and beach service by using the flag system when you want something to eat or drink. Look out for the fruit boat too that passes a couple of times a day laden with fresh fruit and the cries of "Want some fruit" for you to paddle out to and buy. Swimming is perfect for families with shallow waters and water sports are readily available here too.
For those wanting to work out there is a fully equipped gym and they offer complimentary yoga Monday to Friday between 07:30 and 08:30. They also have a couple of tennis courts and they can arrange for a tennis pro to offer private lessons, I saw a couple of children having a lesson and lots of fun while I was there.
It is also a great base for those wanting to get out and about. Rodney Bay is easily accessible as are many of the local attractions.
Katie May (Staff)
The Landings is a great option for families or couples who would like the independence of apartment style accommodation. The Villa Suites are all incredibly spacious, and feature a full kitchen, including a washing machine and tumble dryer (so you don't have that mountain of washing to look forward to on your return home!). The nearest supermarket is just 7 minutes away, so self catering is very easy, or you can use the hotel restaurants or visit one of the many restaurants in Rodney Bay if you prefer not to cook.
Elizabeth Bray (Staff)
The Landings is a very good value hotel with apartment style accommodation, perfect for families as it is so spacious! I would say this hotel is a 4 to 4.5 star hotel as it has lots of amenities. If possible request the Contemporary suites over the traditional ones if they are available, as they are a little more modern, newer furniture and have a crisper feel This will all be subject to availability. You can have suites in a 1, 2 or 3 bedroom configuration. The Kids club is great for children from 2 years if they are potty trained, they teach the children to Ti Dye, make cookies in the club to take to their oven in their suite and cook with their parents, a lovely touch. There is a $5 charge per child per hour. Infants under 2 years are welcome to go in with a babysitter. Baby sitting in the rooms is approximately $18 per hour for up to 2 children.
When you walk into the Reception area, it feels rather grand felt like a big London hotel with the high ceilings in the lobby.
The Food was nice especially as a 4-4.5 star, I recommend the Jalapeo Calamari deep fried with tomato salsa to start, followed by the Prawn & Scallop kebabs with stir fry veg, tomato salsa & cream sauce and timbale of tomato rice.
There is a sweet beach, with slightly silvery coloured sand, (St Lucia known for its 3 colours of sand -Silver, White/Golden or Black sand as a volcanic island) I recommend an early morning swim before Breakfast on your balcony!
They have English Plug sockets in the Bathroom with a good Wattage for our UK appliances, I recommend you take a good Hair dryer with you or request one from reception.
Sarah Jane Tichacek (Staff)
This hotel really stood out as a great family friendly option in St Lucia. The beach front suites are definitely recommended, the ground floor ones would be especially good for families opening right up onto the sand. The other suites I would say are not as well situated, and from some you can still see the unfinished blocks. However all of the Suites are very spacious and well equipped. The suites come in 2 styles, contemporary and traditional, I preferred the Contemporary myself, as they had darker wood and they seemed more up to date.
The proximity to Rodney Bay is also great, so you can either get a take away Pizza or try the local restaurants. There are also supermarkets if you wanted to self cater. This is great for people who do not like to feel trapped in a resort. Rodney Bay also has one of the only white sand beaches on St Lucia which is great for people who prefer this to the normal darker / black sand which can be found on St Lucia.
This is the place that put Harbour Island in every single glossy mag on the planet, thanks in part to former shareholders India Hicks (the granddaughter of Queen Victoria's great-grandson, one of Princess Di's bridesmaids, and, cruciallyfor the sake of the linens and to explain the Bruce Weber shots in the parlorformer Ralph Lauren model) and her boyfriend, designer David Flint Wood, who were responsible for the elegant interiors. Given all that, further description seems redundant: There are all the crisp white linens on mahogany four-posters, waxed wood floors, white shutters, and colonial cane chairs you'd expect in the 7 bedrooms. There's also a fine contemporary restaurant with a chef from Sydney (try the roast lobster), a library, and a fine wine and spirits shop featuring specially selected rum from the Caribbean and Cuba and the best selection of Bordeaux in the Bahamas (as well as a house rum and wine label, called Afro Head). In case you're too tired to make the five-minute walk to the beach, there's also a palm-shaded lap pool for swimming and lounging outside in the garden.
Anna Northeast (Staff)
This is a relatively new addition to our portfolio and offers stunning all suite accommodation around a marina and onto one of the few white sand beaches on the island.
It is quite a large property, however, doesn't feel it when you are there as not all the suites are occupied at any one time. The suites vary from 1 to 3 bedroom and I would recommend the ocean view suites as they have lovely views over the bay. The harbour view suites may have glimpses of some building work ongoing on the opposite side of the marina. There shouldn't be any noise pollution though.
There is a great Beach restaurant which is really nice and relaxed for eating in and a good spot for sundowners and there's also a fine dining restaurant open in the evenings.
The Landings has a really wonderful spa with an array of treatments which all made you want to stop and enjoy for a while. I particularly liked the pedicure salon!
The Landings does really want to encourage families and has a small childrens club from age 4 and above, although they will be flexible and will often take younger children as long as they are toilet trained. For the older children there is a really good water sports centre on the beach as well as tennis.
The beauty of The Landings is that guests can self cater or use it like a hotel so it offers the best of both worlds. It is not the most intimate of hotels but its good value and great accommodation, particularly for families.
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Location & directions
The Landings is a set around a marina and opening onto a beautiful white sand beach on the island of St. Lucia. Located in Gros Islet, on the North West coast of St Lucia. The Landings is just five minutes away from many of the island's amenities and the tourist centre of Rodney Bay.
How to get there
Hewanorra International Airport at Vieux Fort (UVF) is located on the southern end of the island and serves primarily international flights. Its a 9-hour flight to here from Europe. The Landings is a 2-hour transfer by private car from the airport.
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