- Infinity pool with submerged loungers and swim-up bar
- Large hydrotherapy spa and state-of-the-art gym
- Nightly entertainment in an open-air amphitheater
Located on a pristine, white-sand beach on the gorgeous Caribbean coast of St. Lucia, adults-only Hideaway at Royalton is perfect for couples looking for a special tropical beach getaway.
Hideaway at Royalton is a resort within a resort, as it’s the adults-only section of the Royalton St. Lucia. While Hideaway guests can take advantage of everything at the main resort, they have their own exclusive infinity pool, beach bar, beach area and an upgraded room service menu.
Guests at Hideaway have access to all of the main resort’s dining options, and the nine on-site restaurants provide plenty of variety in both cuisine and ambiance. International, Tex-Mex, Japanese, Italian, Calypso, a steakhouse and a sports bar & lounge are among the options. For an extra fee, the C/X Culinary Experience is a chef-guided tour through seven different courses, each accompanied by its own music. No less than ten on-site bars and lounges serve up refreshments throughout the day and ensure that there is plenty of party remaining after the sun goes down.
Four room categories are offered: Luxury Junior Suite, Luxury Presidential One Bedroom Suite, Diamond Club Luxury Junior Suite and Diamond Club Luxury Penthouse One Bedroom Jacuzzi Suite. All rooms include WiFi, 24-hour concierge and room service, a balcony or terrace and a stocked minibar. Diamond Club rooms provide access to an exclusive area with a pool and Jacuzzi, and guests can relax on a pull-out couch while soaking up the spectacular view.
Only 10 minutes by car brings you to the lively beach town Rodney Bay. Shopping malls, restaurants and bars line both sides of the main road and you can do whatever you like whether that’s sitting in a quaint café, sampling local Creole cuisine, browsing unique specialty shops or seeing how lucky you are at the island’s only casino.
St. Lucia’s southwest coast, near Soufrière, has two of St. Lucia’s most famous residents. They’re called the Pitons—more specifically, Gros Piton and Petit Piton—and they are among the most visited and photographed things on the entire island. The twin volcanic spires rise more than 2,400 feet above the sea below with plenty of scenic vantage points and popular hiking trails. For those looking for a real workout, it’s possible to climb to the top. It’s a rigorous climb, but those who conquer it are rewarded with a view nowhere else on the island.