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Cap Maison Resort & Spa

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Spent a great week in mid-September at Cap Maison for our anniversary. It was quiet season, which was good and bad. The 50 room hotel was probably 20% occuppied, which meant the pool, beach, and restaurants were practically deserted most of the time. So, it was private and easy to do what we wanted. At the same time, there was a lot of maintenance going on during the day, so spending time in our room was perioidically noisy, with hammering, drilling, sanding, and the upstairs pool being drained onto our patio and in the gardens around our room. When the rooms come with lots of windows and seem designed to be open to the nature around you, it was unexpected to see maintenance workers around us every day. We complained once and the workers were cleared out briefly. The property is beautiful, including the pool and restaurant overlooking the ocean and the beach tucked in a cove. We dined one evening on the Rock, which juts out into the ocean below the main restaurant. We were skeptical of paying an extra $120 to dine there, but ended up very happy. The private server was excellent, and and we felt surrounded by the ocean while eating. Other notable observations: - You can expect a couple vendors on the beach to try to sell you stuff, but they weren't bothersome. - The drive to and from the airport is 90-120 minutes on winding mountain roads. - A few mosquitoes in our room most days seemed unavoidsble. - In our villa, only the bedroom and main bath were air conditioned.

Probably one of the prettiest resorts in St. Lucia. Staff was wonderful. Grounds were wonderful. Food was amazing. Only thing I didn't like was that there was a vendor on the beach who would almost bother you about buying something.

simply put, the best hotel & food in St. Lucia. Very private, intimate, romantic, and immaculately clean. The staff was perfect. Highly recommend getting the all-inclusive plan. Our room had a Jacuzzi on the balcony and it was perfect.

Wonderful Stay Food and transportation extremely expensive. No snack bar so if you opt for all inclusive, you get breakfast, lunch, dinner nothing in between. Not a lot of activity at night some live music during dinner but that is it also not a lot of beach activity -

The resort is postcard perfect - views, pool, beach, rooms, architecture. Cons include - very far from the airport and the pitons (1.5 hours!) and staff isn't very warm or helpful. This is a luxury boutique hotel that seems to have not yet learned that luxury customers want to be treated kindly (not sure why luxury spots ever got the idea that being overly confident and curt was what clients wanted). The food was also delicious and the beach secluded and rather private. However, due to the staff (front desk staff, not the restaurant staff) and distance from the pitons, I would not recommend it.

The attention to detail was excellent - from the water bottles available at the pool area, mosquito repellent - (-which we didn't need to use) in our room to EVERY member of staff we came across being friendly and polite and smiling. (- That included the owner who we bumped into out of the resort, who gave us some great tips of where to visit on the island!) We loved our time at Cap Maison and in St. Lucia! Thank you!

Everything was great with the exception of housekeeping. No towels at one point and next there were coffee grounds dumped in bathroom sink that we manually scooped out. Otherwise great staff and hotel

My wife and I just enjoyed a great six day getaway at Cap Maison. The property was very well kept and the staff was excellent. Trully a great experience. We felt well attended to during the entire trip.

We had a fantastic time at Cap Maison. The staff were welcoming and always very helpful. Our junior suite was excellent with amazing views of the ocean and Pigeon Island . The food is price at the hotel restaurant but amazing. We eat dinner almost daily at Rodney Bay (a lot to chose from). Taxi rides are $15 each way. We also tried Roti at a the House of Roti. We highly recommend this resort if you are a coupe trying to relax.

A disaster! Several electricity black outs every night. These effect, the air conditioning and MOST IMPORTANTLY the wake up call switchboard. Internet: slow and erratic. Wiring in the room: designed by locals and wired by locals. Room Not functional and noisy. Housekeeping, lethargic at best. Plumbing: Same as electrical. Management: runs in circle with verbose British attitude. However it does NOT resolve the issues. in a word. Incompetent! Room service menu: The shortest I have ever encountered. Local "cove" unkept, dirty.

The hotel was a fantastic escape. Immaculately maintained, with friendly and helpful staff. The attention to detail was great. The rooms were large and comfortable, and the pool a little small but really nice. The resort isn't on the beach, but above it. Not at all an issue, actually made the beach feel more secluded. While we appreciated the assistance of the reception desk, it felt as if our requests were being steered toward a few options that had an arrangement with the resort. Only 1 scuba option, only 2 recommended restaurants outside the resort? Still, overall it was one of the nicest resorts I've visited. Ideal for a couple on a honeymoon, engagement, or just getting away for awhile. Try the rum punch!

We hiked, kayaked, sailed and swam our way to relaxation. The food was excellent (albeit expensive.) The resort was lovely and the staff was amazing. It is a hike from the airport, but worth the trip.

Smugglers Cove Drive Cap Estate

Hotel highlights

  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Cap Maison Resort & Spa places you next to Smugglers Cove and within 2 miles (3 km) of St. Lucia Golf & Country Club. This 49-room, 4.5-star resort has 2 outdoor pools along with a full-service spa and 2 restaurants. On the beach, it's also near Pigeon Island National Park and Reduit Beach.


Dining

Free full breakfast is served each morning from 8 AM to 9:30 AM. Enjoy dining at the resort's 2 onsite restaurants: Cliff at Cap offers relaxing ocean views; The Naked Fisherman specializes in Caribbean cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends at the free daily manager's reception.


Rooms

Cap Maison Resort & Spa's 49 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies or patios, iPod docks, and minibars. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Other amenities include coffee makers, free bottled water, and ceiling fans.


Property features

Guests of Cap Maison Resort & Spa have access to a full-service spa, 2 outdoor pools, and a 24-hour fitness center. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach resort include a spa tub, free WiFi in public areas, and a 24-hour business center.

Room options

1 Bedroom Oceanview Villa Suite plus pool with roof terrace

King 1 | Sleeps 4

1 Bedroom Oceanview Villa Suite plus Jacuzzi

King 1 | Sleeps 4

1 Bedroom Oceanview Villa Suite plus pool

King 1 | Sleeps 4

2 Bedroom Villa Suite

King 2 | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Cap Maison Resort & Spa

Everyone (2) Couples (9) Business (1)
4

beautiful location and friendly staff.

Everyone

Spent a great week in mid-September at Cap Maison for our anniversary. It was quiet season, which was good and bad. The 50 room hotel was probably 20% occuppied, which meant the pool, beach, and restaurants were practically deserted most of the time. So, it was private and easy to do what we wanted. At the same time, there was a lot of maintenance going on during the day, so spending time in our room was perioidically noisy, with hammering, drilling, sanding, and the upstairs pool being drained onto our patio and in the gardens around our room. When the rooms come with lots of windows and seem designed to be open to the nature around you, it was unexpected to see maintenance workers around us every day. We complained once and the workers were cleared out briefly. The property is beautiful, including the pool and restaurant overlooking the ocean and the beach tucked in a cove. We dined one evening on the Rock, which juts out into the ocean below the main restaurant. We were skeptical of paying an extra $120 to dine there, but ended up very happy. The private server was excellent, and and we felt surrounded by the ocean while eating. Other notable observations: - You can expect a couple vendors on the beach to try to sell you stuff, but they weren't bothersome. - The drive to and from the airport is 90-120 minutes on winding mountain roads. - A few mosquitoes in our room most days seemed unavoidsble. - In our villa, only the bedroom and main bath were air conditioned.

By on Sep 25, 2016

5
Everyone

Probably one of the prettiest resorts in St. Lucia. Staff was wonderful. Grounds were wonderful. Food was amazing. Only thing I didn't like was that there was a vendor on the beach who would almost bother you about buying something.

By on Jul 27, 2016

5

the perfect chill honeymoon spot

Couples

simply put, the best hotel & food in St. Lucia. Very private, intimate, romantic, and immaculately clean. The staff was perfect. Highly recommend getting the all-inclusive plan. Our room had a Jacuzzi on the balcony and it was perfect.

By on Aug 21, 2015

5

romantic quiet babymoon

Couples

Wonderful Stay Food and transportation extremely expensive. No snack bar so if you opt for all inclusive, you get breakfast, lunch, dinner nothing in between. Not a lot of activity at night some live music during dinner but that is it also not a lot of beach activity -

By on Jul 15, 2014

4

gorgeous property, beach, staff could be warmer

Couples

The resort is postcard perfect - views, pool, beach, rooms, architecture. Cons include - very far from the airport and the pitons (1.5 hours!) and staff isn't very warm or helpful. This is a luxury boutique hotel that seems to have not yet learned that luxury customers want to be treated kindly (not sure why luxury spots ever got the idea that being overly confident and curt was what clients wanted). The food was also delicious and the beach secluded and rather private. However, due to the staff (front desk staff, not the restaurant staff) and distance from the pitons, I would not recommend it.

By on Mar 24, 2014

5

wonderful vacation!

Couples

The attention to detail was excellent - from the water bottles available at the pool area, mosquito repellent - (-which we didn't need to use) in our room to EVERY member of staff we came across being friendly and polite and smiling. (- That included the owner who we bumped into out of the resort, who gave us some great tips of where to visit on the island!) We loved our time at Cap Maison and in St. Lucia! Thank you!

By on Feb 9, 2014

4

nice place

Couples

Everything was great with the exception of housekeeping. No towels at one point and next there were coffee grounds dumped in bathroom sink that we manually scooped out. Otherwise great staff and hotel

By on Oct 15, 2013

5

perfect hotel in paradise...

Couples

My wife and I just enjoyed a great six day getaway at Cap Maison. The property was very well kept and the staff was excellent. Trully a great experience. We felt well attended to during the entire trip.

By on Jan 14, 2013

5

amazing place..

Couples

We had a fantastic time at Cap Maison. The staff were welcoming and always very helpful. Our junior suite was excellent with amazing views of the ocean and Pigeon Island . The food is price at the hotel restaurant but amazing. We eat dinner almost daily at Rodney Bay (a lot to chose from). Taxi rides are $15 each way. We also tried Roti at a the House of Roti. We highly recommend this resort if you are a coupe trying to relax.

By on Jun 1, 2012

1

a disaster!

BusinessTravelers

A disaster! Several electricity black outs every night. These effect, the air conditioning and MOST IMPORTANTLY the wake up call switchboard. Internet: slow and erratic. Wiring in the room: designed by locals and wired by locals. Room Not functional and noisy. Housekeeping, lethargic at best. Plumbing: Same as electrical. Management: runs in circle with verbose British attitude. However it does NOT resolve the issues. in a word. Incompetent! Room service menu: The shortest I have ever encountered. Local "cove" unkept, dirty.

By on Jan 11, 2012