A boutique hotel on the Caribbean Sea
Cap Maison, on the north end of the island of St. Lucia, 5 minutes from Rodney Bay, is a boutique hotel built in a colonial Spanish Caribbean style, with a "hacienda" feel. Its seaside location allows you to admire the magical and serene view of the clear blue waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Between charm and luxury, with an excellent restaurant, numerous services, and breathtaking views, staying at this boutique hotel is an unforgettable seaside holiday.
Surrounded by tropical gardens and the beach below, Cap Maison Luxury Villa Resort & Spa offers lovers a romantic experience in one of its rooms with a private pool. The quality of the service and recommended activities will make your stay unforgettable.
Twenty-two hacienda-style villas
Cap Maison was designed by Caribbean architect Lane Pettigrew. The different spaces in each villa can be combined according to your needs to have a house with one, two or three bedrooms.
The rooms and junior suites each have a private balcony. The villa suites all have stunning views and feature a bedroom, kitchen and lounge / dining room. These suites can also include a private jacuzzi or infinity pool. The facilities will meet all of your expectations!
The decoration is Spanish colonial inspired with wooden four poster beds, ceramic bathrooms, white walls, wooden window shutters, wrought iron railings ... A chic ambiance emerges that lets in the sea breeze and the Caribbean light.
By using solar heating and recycled water for irrigation, Cap Maison Luxury Villa Resort & Spa ensures that its environment remains unharmed and beautiful!
Experience the Rock House hanging off the cliff
The privileged location of Cape House is the Rock House, a small and intimate secret corner. You descend a staircase and you reach a wooden platform on the sea against the cliff. You can drink cocktails until sunset, enjoy an exclusive dinner, and meditate under the full moon. The Rock house is also where you can take yoga and Tai Chi early in the morning. You can even get a private massage there. A unique feature: A small wicker basket on a pulley to serve you...
A romantic place lulled by the sounds of the ocean and birds!
On site services and activities
The word "Caribbean" makes one dream of beautiful views and relaxing on a sundeck at the beach. Cap Maison offers endless possibilities to enjoy the sea: you can go sailing, diving, snorkeling, Hobie-catting (sport catamarans), kayaking ... And the beach bar offers a wide selection of refreshments.... At your service!
The Sea Esta III is the Maison's Yacht exclusively for use by hotel guests. You can rent it and have a unique experience visiting St. Lucia from the sea, and even do a little cruising.
Athletes will enjoy the Cape House gym, and find an 18 hole golf course and tennis court 3 minutes away.
The Cap Maison Spa offers a wide range of treatments, therapies and massages. The products used by the professional therapists are from the French brand Sothys. The technology employed was developed by Digi-Esthetique. You can enjoy a massage in the spa, in your room, on your patio, in the garden under a gazebo, or at the Rock House!
You will enjoy Caribbean cuisine revisited with fresh organic foods, and seafood at The Cliff at Cap Restaurant under the direction of Chef Craig Jones. Do not miss the Chef's special Lobster themed Sunday lunch. There is even a children's menu! You can of course also request to be served on the terrace of your room.
The Cliff Bar offers all kinds of cocktails, with a wide range of rum. And the wine cellar holds many treasures...
The Cap Maison is sited in the region of Gros Islet, on the northern tip of the island.
Rodnay Bay is a fairly touristic and international area. But on Friday nights you have to go to Gros Islet (the city) where the local people arrive for a lively night life of soca (music and dance) and street parties. Gros Islet is a fishing village that has retained its authenticity and charm. It has one of the prettiest beaches on the island.
Awards and Press reviews
Hot List 2009 - Conde Nast Traveler
"Unmatched luxury in St Lucia" New York Times - Travel