- Clean, spacious rooms with balconies that overlook the pool, ocean or garden area
- Six different restaurants offer a variety of international flavors
- Choc Bay beach is easily accessible
Offering amenities like beach access, four pools, and diverse dining options at unbeatable rates, St. James Club Morgan Bay in St. Lucia is a great choice for your budget-friendly, all-inclusive getaway.
Welcome to the St. James Club Morgan Bay resort, situated right on scenic Choc Bay beach. Choose an affordable all-inclusive package here and you’ll be well taken care of. Rates include food and drinks, as well as a wide variety of activities and entertainment options like snorkeling and nightly music at the hotel’s Sunset Bar & Lounge. This allows you to sit back and enjoy the island scenery, whether you’re relaxing poolside at one of the property’s three swimming pools or lounging on the sands of the beautiful and easily-accessible beach. There’s also a third, family-friendly pool with a shallow wading area and plastic slides.
Rooms are, if not particularly exciting, comfortable and stocked with amenities like flat screen TVs, mini fridges and balconies or terraces with lovely views. Active guests will want to check out the fitness facilities (and the spa), while younger visitors can enjoy the kids’ club, which keeps children ages 2-11 engaged with a rotating lineup of supervised activities.
All-inclusive features also mean you can freely explore the resort’s six different dining options, like fresh seafood at waterfront Morgan’s Pier, Caribbean and Asian cuisine at Bambou, pizza and pasta at Tree Tops and casual fare at the poolside café, Plum Tree Grille.
Staying at this location puts you in a prime spot to explore St. Lucia’s northern coast. Just 10 minutes north you’ll be in bustling Rodney Bay, the closest thing St. Lucia has to a resort city with an eclectic selection of dining, nightlife and shopping options. Head 10 minutes south and you’ll find yourself in Castries, the island’s capital city where you’ll discover excellent duty-free shopping. Those looking to work on their swing would also enjoy the 18-hole golf course, just a 20-minute drive up the coast.
For seeing the Soufriere area on the southern end of the island, where the two mountains known as the Pitons and lots of surrounding hiking and bird watching options are found, you’ll likely need to rent a car. Make the lengthy and somewhat treacherous drive and be sure to visit the surrounding Botanical Gardens and Sulphur Springs as well.