We visited this hotel as guests at our friends wedding. After a one and a half hour journey from the airport, we were horrified to arrive and find somewhere that reminded us of Butlins. The rooms are chalets spread out in \'villages\' and each village is painted a different grotesque colour.
The rooms were clean inside, had a good strong air conditioning system, comfortable beds and a television. A big disapointment was the lack of the fridge that meant any food and drinks brought back to the room didn\'t stay cold for long. The bathroom was outdated and could have done with some TLC.
We walked down through our village to get to the main complex which houses the main pool, the Irish \'pub\', the piton bar and the entertainment area. It is also the home of the \'International Grill\', the main ...
self service resteraunt of the resort. The selection of food was vast, which unfortunately led to poor quality during evening mealtime. Breakfast was, however, an excellent selection with fresh friut, cereals, cooked breakfasts, pancakes etc. Read More
There are 4 other resteraunts in the resort, which you can visit once per week you are there. A chinese, with the worst service i have ever encountered, a beach BBQ with beautiful fresh meat and fish, a good quality Italian, and an adults only waterfront cocktail resteraunt, very romantic.
There was plenty for kids to do both day and night, and some adults activities during the day kept my easily bored husband busy for a few hours. The sun shone for the first week and we began to forget that we were in a hot butlins. A really annoying factor about this holiday was the lack of entertainment for adults. At 10pm, when the kids activities were over there was nothing to do. We found a bar at the waterfront were we were left to serve ourselves as the barman wanted to go home, but if we hadn\'t been in a big group we would have got very bored just sitting and drinking on our own every night.
Our friend\'s wedding took place and was stunning, a truley tremendous and unforgettable experience that I was honoured to be a part of. A beautiful picturesque ceremony, followed by a boat trip round the island to see the sun set, and on to a delicious meal at a nearby reateraunt called the Great House.
On the 10th day, the rain arrived. Not just any rain, continuous rods of hard, heavy rain fell solidly for 3 days.
All of a sudden, Club St Lucia became the most boring place on earth.
In summary: staff were friendly, rooms weren\'t dirty, food was ok, entertainment was poor. If i was going to pay for a Carribean holiday again, I really wouldn\'t come back here.
Tour Operator: Virgin