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Ti Kaye Resort & Spa - Adults Only

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Though the resort is remote (you feel like you're the only ones on the island), it has everything you would need for a perfect beach getaway. The cottages are so comfy and romantic! The beach, uncrowded and clean, is perfect for swimming, lounging and sipping cold, icy drinks delivered to you by the awesome beach "dude" Kevin. The snorkeling right by the beach is great and easily accessible diving with "Scuba Steve" to multiple awesome dive spots around the island is available from the well equipped dive shop on the premises. A fabulous beach vacation is waiting for you at Ti Kaye! Enjoy!

We just returned from a week at Ti Kaye and had a great time. This resort is quiet and beautiful! Situated on a mountainside above a small, private beach, the rooms were clean and comfortable with a beautiful outdoor shower. The outdoor dining room is exquisite. The meals were prepared by a very talented and creative master chef with wine pairings suggested by a very knowledgeable sommelier. We especially enjoyed a two hour wine tasting in the "wine cave". The beach is lovely with some of the best snorkeling on the island. We went diving on two days with Steven, a very capable and careful dive master. If you are looking for a relaxing, quiet and beautiful vacation spot, this is the place for you. The resort also offered a variety of tours to other towns, beaches, etc. We took a sunset cruise which was a lot of fun and beautiful. The boat crew are a fun bunch and keep you entertained. We had our own car and so we drove up to Castries and Pigeon Island one day and down to hike the Gros Piton on another day. The hike was challenging but doable if you are in decent shape. All in all, a great vacation and I highly recommend this resort. Having seen other locations and resorts on the island, we were sure we had chosen the right place for us.

We chose the Ti Kaye resort in St Lucia to celebrate my 50th birthday. I couldn't have been happier at the accommodations and the staff. My wonderful wife had also called ahead and had a number of arrival gifts waiting for me. She raved about how helpful Lita was, who i believe was the property manager. Wonderful and memorable trip, cant wait to visit again. Anthony & Conte Coates Atlanta, Georgia

Absolutely amazing place in every respect. 33 individual cottages each with a separate entrance all facing the ocean. Immaculate facilities, dive shop right on the beautiful private beach, pretty good food at the on-site restaurants and the nicest management and staff willing to help and provide any necessary information.

this place was so perfect!!! off the beaten path but still accesable to other things. So peaceful and intimate the staff was great and the food was amazing i wish i could just live there all year round.

Recommend this place to couples only. We totally loved this place. We definitely go back thumbs up!!

We honeymooned at Ti Kaye in November and fell in love with the resort. As many others have mentioned, the ride from the airport can be curvy and bumpy - but that seemed on par with all roads in St. Lucia and we expected it based on other reviews. Other than that, Ti Kaye was perfection! Note, as other reviewers tend to mention, this resort is secluded and quiet. If you want a night life and a more americanized tourist experience, this is not the resort for you. The beach was wonderful - although larger boats came with snorkeling groups, they stayed on the other side and we had no problems. There were always an adequate number of chairs and there was service staff to help bring drinks, etc. The snorkeling and kayaking right off the beach were excellent. We found the meals to be excellent - there was a wide variety for breakfast and the dinner menu rotated. The beach bar was undergoing construction, so they operated off of a limited menu, which was a little disappointing, but we were off grounds on excursions for several lunches, so we did not find this too off putting. We got a couples massage, which we HIGHLY recommend - it was the perfect way to relax. We had a cottage with plunge pool - it was very private and beautiful. The outdoor shower was our favorite part of the room! For excursions, we did the land and sea tour, which was a nice way to experience many different facets of the island. We also did the snorkeling trip, the Anse La Raye fish fry, and we climed the Piton. We would recommend all of the trips we took - the staff on all were excellent. We area already talking about making a return trip to Ti Kaye :)

Located somewhere in the middle between all destinations this resort is marvelous! A quiet and private beach with kayaks offers a snorkeling experience. The dinners served offer a variety of exotic meals to satisfy anyone's taste and the menu changes daily which is also great! Daily fruits during breakfast is a must! Fantastic all around and no complaints!

St. Lucia is a beautiful island with a lot to offer. Be it honeymoon, party or a place to recharge and reset the mind. Ti Kaye is the latter. A secluded resort with phenomenal views, it offers a luxurious feel in your very own natural setting. Each and every staff member is gracious and helpful, meals are wonderfully satisfying and the beverages keep you cool. Prepare for the rollercoaster-like roads if you plan excursions or day trips - you are in a fairly secluded cove and it takes a bit get to other destinations. But be sure to "plan" on doing a whole lot of nothing at the resort. Snorkeling, kayaking, swimming and tanning really should take up most of your time at this beautiful hideaway.

Wow! This resort was great! As many of the reviews state it is pretty isolated and out on its own, but the scenery and location are well worth it. Every single day you will see sandals boats and cruise ship boats coming into the Ti Kaye cove in order to enjoy the beach and snorkel. This is the view and setting you get everyday! The food was incredible and the drinks were strong. If you are staying a full day and not exploring, the all inclusive option was worthwhile.

We had an amazing time at tikaye. The reviews are right on,,,,here is my take. -Brink snacks/some of your own alcohol, unless money is no object. The food and drinks are amazing and worth the money, but for one dinner with drinks you are looking at about $150 USD. -The stairs are strenuous, but the staff will do anything for you if they are to difficult to get to the beach. -The staff goes above and beyond each day. They remember your name, where you are from, and will even give you recipes :). -Excursions- we climbed the pitons. It was not easy, but what a view. The snorkeling at the resort alone is perfect, and the shipwreck is unbelievable. Kayaking was fun each day too, and free. The wine tasting was my favorite event! Napa move over, CLEUS knows his stuff! We also did the honeymoon package that included an amazing private dinner, and massages that were out of this world. DO NOT MISS ANY OF THESE ADD ONS, they made the trip perfect. -the boats coming in to snorkel at the public beach were no problem, nor were the guys selling stuff. -The rooms were not crazy nice, but fit the resort to a "t". The bedding wasn't what we are used to, but we also have access to bed bath and beyond. We did have a few tiny lizard guests, but they were no bother. The outdoor showers were so refreshing and such an experience. -Overall, I would recommend this place for a celebration trip I.e. Birthday, honeymoon, anniversary. I feel so blessed to see the beautiful island. TI KAYE, keep up the good work!

The location is a bit of a drive from the airport and the long (2 mile) side road to get to the property is full of potholes and forces your car to crawl to the hotel. But wow! Once you get there, it is all worth it. The grounds are beautiful and immaculately manicured. The staff is very friendly. The water is crystal clear and the snorkling and diving are excellent. The restaurant is top notch! You could just stay at this property if you are looking for seclusion and romance! Getting to other locations/attractions will require either a rental car or you can sign up for guided tours that leave from the hotel. The cottages are only one room with a bathroom and seperate outside romantic garden shower. The bed is very comfortable. The decks have outstanding views and each has a hammock. Very unique and outstanding property. I highly recommend it!

Took my mother here for 4 days and we had an amazing time. The food was awesome! Make sure your stay includes a Wednesday because the creole buffet was outstanding! The only thing was the stairs up and down to the beach, you have to be athletic to make it up and down. My mother had a hard time at 60 ( mind you she was a little tipsy off the beach drinks haha ) and also the vendors -a lot of them! And would hit on us everyday. I think they hassled us more because we were two women instead of a couple.

Ti Kaye was just the escape we needed after planning a big wedding. The atmosphere, service and food were outstanding. We stayed for a week in an oceanview cottage and took advantage of the beach, pool, snorkeling, kayaks and some of the day excursions. We didn't want to leave!

We planend to have our Wedding there and everything was organised at our Favorite Place, the Beach. It couldnt be any better. Very quiet and very romantic place

We tried Ti Kaye (creole for small house) because we wanted some privacy and quiet relaxation on our honeymoon. It fit the bill perfectly. The Good: No Kids allowed! The main restaurant was excellent and the menu rotated enough to compensate for the fact that you have no other options without taking a 30 minute drive or excursion trip. The beach and snorkeling on site were world class. We didn't use the dive shop but the dive master was wonderful to talk to and other guests raved about their scuba trips. The room was comfortable and the outdoor shower was fun. The Average: We had some interesting experiences with the staff, which I think were cultural in nature, but who can say. As a californian I'm not used to gruffness the way a new englander might be. The land and sea excurion was a bit of false advertising which led to a little disappointment despite being "one of their most popular", don't be duped--it's a land tour, but they get you there by water taxi. The spa was nice, but the massage was only ok. if you plan to do any amount of your own food prep from a local grocer the "all inclusive" food options are a waste, you are unlikely to get additional value from a package. Just order what you want when you want and 9 times out of 10 you'd come ahead at the end of the week. THis is especially true if you want to share courses, instead of eating full meals. There is also the issue that the restaurant serves all meals on a very strict schedule, so unless you like keeping close watch on the clock, you'll probably miss a meal here or there. The Bad: Really, not much. My only complaints were the beach guys constantly pimping us shells (not the resort's fault). And the distance from shopping centers. We rented a car which was an adventure in and of itself. Also, if you like a popping social scene, this isn't what you're looking for.

It's hard to criticize paradise, but this place just didn't do much for me. It is very secluded, so you are at their mercy for the duration with no real options for dining and entertainment. Just leaving the grounds is a 10-15 minute car ride over a driveway so rugged it will shake out your fillings. The locals are nice people, but the villages have nothing to offer. In retrospect, I may have likes the more commercial northern part of the island more. The room and cleanliness were very good, but the bed was terrible. About 5 nights into my stay, I commented that it felt like we were sleeping on boards. I lifted the mattress and there was no box spring. We were sleeping on boards. Breakfast is a nice buffet that is complimentary but gets boring after a week because it never changes. Lunch at the beach bar is pretty average. They limit dinner seating to about 1/3 of the main dining room tables so they can keep staff at a minimum. The beach is small... brown sand about 150 yards long and 15 yards wide at most. Still, it is very nice except the hours when the cruise line catamarans, between 3 and 5 at a time each with about 100 people, anchor 20 feet off shore. They take up the whole beach and put a lot of people in the water. The staff is pleasant but don't seem to understand how to please guests. One morning another guest and I went to get a banana from the breakfast bar and were refused because we were going on an outing for which they packed a breakfast/lunch. First time ever a server told me no at a free all-you-can-eat breakfast bar. Last item: they have a wine cellar they promote heavily. Four times I ordered a bottle of wine off their wine list, and they said they were out of that wine all four times. In each case they sent the sommelier to recommend, of course, a more expensive bottle of wine.

I stayed at Ti Kaye with my husband for the first part of my honeymoon and we loved it. The room was very spacious with a fantastic view of Anse Cochon bay. The beach is very clean, but somewhat small and tourists from other hotels are brought in by boat to snorkel in the bay. There are plenty of tables in the hotel restaurants and the food (with the exception of a dry pork chop on day 1) was fantastic. We didn't leave the resort while we were there because the resort lies at the end of a long, unpaved, bumpy road, but we had plenty to keep us busy on the resort, including a wine tasting class, snorkeling, and a day at the beach. The outdoor shower was a great experience, but I probably wouldn't have liked it if we were there in the rainy season. The resort is well maintained and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there.

the staff was great, the food was great, and the resort is spectacular. the friday night fish fry is a must!

WE JUST RETURNED FROM OUR ANNUAL GETAWAY TO TI KAYE RESORT IN ST LUCIA. THE RESORT AND ITS SURROUNDING JUST GET BETTER EVERYTIME WE RETURN. THE ROOM HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH NEW FURNITURE. THE NEW CHEF, BILL, HAS ADDED NEW ITEMS ON THE MENU THAT ARE VERY CREATIVE AND USES LOCAL INGREDIANTS. THE STAFF AS USUAL FROM THE GENERAL MANAGERS TO THE GROUNDSKEEPERS ARE LIKE "FAMILY". WE PLAN TO RETURN EVERY YEAR.

Room options

Ocean View Cottage with Private Plunge Pool

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Ocean View Cottage

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Ocean View Room 2 Queen Beds

Queen 2 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Ti Kaye Resort & Spa - Adults Only

Couples (51) Business (1) Family (3) Other (2) Friends (2)
5

remote hotel. perfect for honeymoons and romance.

Couples

Though the resort is remote (you feel like you're the only ones on the island), it has everything you would need for a perfect beach getaway. The cottages are so comfy and romantic! The beach, uncrowded and clean, is perfect for swimming, lounging and sipping cold, icy drinks delivered to you by the awesome beach "dude" Kevin. The snorkeling right by the beach is great and easily accessible diving with "Scuba Steve" to multiple awesome dive spots around the island is available from the well equipped dive shop on the premises. A fabulous beach vacation is waiting for you at Ti Kaye! Enjoy!

By , from New Mexico on Jul 10, 2017

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5

perfect getaway for quiet and privacy

Couples
View from the Gros Piton hike

We just returned from a week at Ti Kaye and had a great time. This resort is quiet and beautiful! Situated on a mountainside above a small, private beach, the rooms were clean and comfortable with a beautiful outdoor shower. The outdoor dining room is exquisite. The meals were prepared by a very talented and creative master chef with wine pairings suggested by a very knowledgeable sommelier. We especially enjoyed a two hour wine tasting in the "wine cave". The beach is lovely with some of the best snorkeling on the island. We went diving on two days with Steven, a very capable and careful dive master. If you are looking for a relaxing, quiet and beautiful vacation spot, this is the place for you. The resort also offered a variety of tours to other towns, beaches, etc. We took a sunset cruise which was a lot of fun and beautiful. The boat crew are a fun bunch and keep you entertained. We had our own car and so we drove up to Castries and Pigeon Island one day and down to hike the Gros Piton on another day. The hike was challenging but doable if you are in decent shape. All in all, a great vacation and I highly recommend this resort. Having seen other locations and resorts on the island, we were sure we had chosen the right place for us.

By , from Media, PA on Apr 16, 2017

5

great 50th birthday vacation

Couples

We chose the Ti Kaye resort in St Lucia to celebrate my 50th birthday. I couldn't have been happier at the accommodations and the staff. My wonderful wife had also called ahead and had a number of arrival gifts waiting for me. She raved about how helpful Lita was, who i believe was the property manager. Wonderful and memorable trip, cant wait to visit again. Anthony & Conte Coates Atlanta, Georgia

By on Jul 4, 2015

5

ti kaye - exceeded highest expectations

Couples

Absolutely amazing place in every respect. 33 individual cottages each with a separate entrance all facing the ocean. Immaculate facilities, dive shop right on the beautiful private beach, pretty good food at the on-site restaurants and the nicest management and staff willing to help and provide any necessary information.

By on Mar 26, 2015

5

amazing stay

Couples

this place was so perfect!!! off the beaten path but still accesable to other things. So peaceful and intimate the staff was great and the food was amazing i wish i could just live there all year round.

By on Mar 10, 2015

5

best place ever

Couples

Recommend this place to couples only. We totally loved this place. We definitely go back thumbs up!!

By on Feb 4, 2015

5

perfect honeymoon

Couples

We honeymooned at Ti Kaye in November and fell in love with the resort. As many others have mentioned, the ride from the airport can be curvy and bumpy - but that seemed on par with all roads in St. Lucia and we expected it based on other reviews. Other than that, Ti Kaye was perfection! Note, as other reviewers tend to mention, this resort is secluded and quiet. If you want a night life and a more americanized tourist experience, this is not the resort for you. The beach was wonderful - although larger boats came with snorkeling groups, they stayed on the other side and we had no problems. There were always an adequate number of chairs and there was service staff to help bring drinks, etc. The snorkeling and kayaking right off the beach were excellent. We found the meals to be excellent - there was a wide variety for breakfast and the dinner menu rotated. The beach bar was undergoing construction, so they operated off of a limited menu, which was a little disappointing, but we were off grounds on excursions for several lunches, so we did not find this too off putting. We got a couples massage, which we HIGHLY recommend - it was the perfect way to relax. We had a cottage with plunge pool - it was very private and beautiful. The outdoor shower was our favorite part of the room! For excursions, we did the land and sea tour, which was a nice way to experience many different facets of the island. We also did the snorkeling trip, the Anse La Raye fish fry, and we climed the Piton. We would recommend all of the trips we took - the staff on all were excellent. We area already talking about making a return trip to Ti Kaye :)

By on Jan 28, 2015

5

great resort!

Couples

Located somewhere in the middle between all destinations this resort is marvelous! A quiet and private beach with kayaks offers a snorkeling experience. The dinners served offer a variety of exotic meals to satisfy anyone's taste and the menu changes daily which is also great! Daily fruits during breakfast is a must! Fantastic all around and no complaints!

By on Jan 14, 2015

5

the awesomw getaway that you need

Couples

St. Lucia is a beautiful island with a lot to offer. Be it honeymoon, party or a place to recharge and reset the mind. Ti Kaye is the latter. A secluded resort with phenomenal views, it offers a luxurious feel in your very own natural setting. Each and every staff member is gracious and helpful, meals are wonderfully satisfying and the beverages keep you cool. Prepare for the rollercoaster-like roads if you plan excursions or day trips - you are in a fairly secluded cove and it takes a bit get to other destinations. But be sure to "plan" on doing a whole lot of nothing at the resort. Snorkeling, kayaking, swimming and tanning really should take up most of your time at this beautiful hideaway.

By on Sep 29, 2014

5

perfect honeymoon

Couples

Wow! This resort was great! As many of the reviews state it is pretty isolated and out on its own, but the scenery and location are well worth it. Every single day you will see sandals boats and cruise ship boats coming into the Ti Kaye cove in order to enjoy the beach and snorkel. This is the view and setting you get everyday! The food was incredible and the drinks were strong. If you are staying a full day and not exploring, the all inclusive option was worthwhile.

By on Sep 24, 2014