- Easy access to agorgeous white-sand beach
- Kids’ and teens’ clubs, plus a kids-only pool
- Two lovely pools with swim-up bars
Offering an upscale experience with family-friendly features like kids’ and teens’ clubs, the Royalton St. Lucia Resort & Spa is a luxurious retreat everyone can get behind.
The Royalton Resort & Spa in St. Lucia offers an all-inclusive experience fit for the whole family. Kids’ and teens’ clubs, and a kids-only swimming pool ensure younger guests have fun while parents are sure to enjoy the luxurious spa—one of the largest facilities on the island. Everyone will enjoy the two large central swimming pools, as well as access to a stunning beach with room for lounging.
Rooms range from Luxury Junior suites with balconies or terraces—with some overlooking the property and other, upgraded rooms offering oceanfront views and their own plunge pools—to spacious Luxury Family Suites, ideal for larger groups and families. All come with ultra comfortable Royalton Signature DreamBeds, as well as other standard amenities like WiFi and flat-screen TVs.
The Royalton offers numerous all-inclusive dining options in the evening, with Gourmet Marche providing guests with buffet-style meals at breakfast and lunch. Enjoy a taste of the Caribbean at Calypso, a perfectly prepared steak at Hunter Steakhouse, Japanese cuisine at Zen and hearty Italian fare at Grazie Trattoria. You can even request an intimate tasting table meal at Culinary Experience upon request. Best of all, no reservations are required, so head wherever you like when evening hunger strikes.
Many of the most popular attractions in St. Lucia—including the Pitons, cocoa plantations and sulfur springs found around the small town of Soufriere—are on the island’s southwestern coast, a 90-minute drive from Royalton St. Lucia in the Cap Estate area.
That said, there’s still much to love about the north coast, especially if you’re looking to get a round of golf in during your trip. The St. Lucia Country Club Golf Course, the only 18-hole course on the island, was designed by PGA pro Jack Nicklaus and is only five minutes away. For those who’d rather explore the local nightlife, culinary scenes and shopping, a 10-minute drive south brings you to bustling Rodney Bay, while the small fishing village of Gros Islet hosts fun-filled street parties every Friday night just 10 minutes north.