- Six on-site pools
- Energetic atmosphere at the pool and beach
- Shopping and groceries available on-site
A big, happening resort with all-inclusive amenities set on a steep, terraced hillside overlooking the Caribbean.
Built to look like a Mediterranean village, this resort offers something for everybody. A slew of non-motorized water sports are part of the package; motorized sports are available for a fee or are included in the Premium All-Inclusive Plan. Kids can enjoy pizza parties and a kids’ club, and guests can take advantage of other activities, like coconut bowling, dancelessons, water hammocks and the on-site dive shop.
Windjammer Landings’ 330 rooms are spread out over the resort. Guests can stay near the beach and restaurants or in a more private setting, high on the hill, with private pools and commanding views of the sea. Villas are available in seven different categories and can accommodate 4-12 guests. The four categories of rooms and suites come in both ocean view and oceanfront, and accommodate two to six people—some rooms also include fully-equipped kitchens and balconies.
The five on-site restaurants offer a variety of fare for every mood and taste including Caribbean cuisine, Mediterranean dishes, pizza, barbecue and grilled favorites, seafood, and more casual fare. Four bars are also on the property, from 96 Degrees in the Shade—a tiki hut right on the shore—to Jammer’s Bar, for those who want to dance, socialize, and extract everything they can out of the warm Caribbean nights.
If you would like to sample other beaches and beautiful places on this gorgeous tropic isle, you can’t do better than Marigot Bay. The idyllic setting is as perfect as a painting with lush hillsides, white-sand beaches, swaying palm trees and boats bobbing up and down in the bay. Take a dip in the warm water or rent a kayak and meander leisurely through the mangroves. A few restaurants and shops dot the area and the view from the top of the hill is spectacular.
For souvenir shopping, island-grown produce and local spices, visit Castries Market at the corner of Jeremie and Peynier streets in St. Lucia’s capital. The local food and flea market has been doing business for a century, and both tourists and locals can be seen browsing the eclectic selection of items for sale. It’s open every day except Sunday but really comes to life on Friday and Saturday mornings.