Contact information: 1-800-374-6637 Contact us at: 1-800-374-6637
Contact Your Experience Manager Today
Contact Information: 1-800-374-6637

Cap Maison Oceanview Villa Suite with Pool and Roof Terrace

Per Night From US$1,289Launch Gallery

Genuine luxury & endless space

Part of the gorgeous Cap Maison boutique hotel, this 1-bedroom villa suite is located on the ground floor, is surrounded by verdant tropical landscaping and boasts wonderful ocean views. Perfect for those seeking genuine luxury, endless space, and the ability to laze gracefully in one’s own pool, while also be able to wander along a stunning and secluded sandy beach and be close to the chic Rodney Bay area. The hotel is also home to two of the best restaurants on the island – the Cliff at Cap and the Naked Fisherman.

Max Group Size2
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Air ConditionedYes
Children AllowedYes
WifiYes
Distance from nearest town20 min
Distance from airport90 min
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do
Room Details
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do

Room Details

cap maison oceanview villa suite with pool and roof terrace

Room Details

First Floor

  • Bedroom one (king) has an en suite bathroom and a balcony

Services & Amenities

shutterstock 1110709280

Features

Included Services

  • Concierge Service
  • Housekeeper
shutterstock 1158624007

Features

Amenities

  • Full A/C
  • Resort Amenities
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
shutterstock 1230494866

Features

Additional Services

  • Airport Transfer
  • Pre-Arrival Grocery Shopping

Events & Places

Saint Lucia Carnival

This annual celebration of the island’s music and dance takes place over a couple months every summer and features lots of competitions, parades, costumes, food, music and more. Dance in the streets through the night and into the next day!

Friday Street Parties

Just north of Castries is Gros Islet, a sleepy fishing town famous for its Friday Night Street Parties. Every week, the streets here come alive as vendors set up their stalls and prepare food, and DJs fill the air with music.

Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival

Lauded as the “premier jazz festival of the Caribbean” and one of the world’s top 5, this 2-day island-wide celebration of music offers everything from acoustic jazz and traditional R&B, to new age jazz and eclectic fusion.

Castries Central Market

The capital city’s century-old food and handicraft market is open Mon-Sat, from 7am-1pm. Rows of vendors display fresh fruit, vegetables and homemade products from their farms. Pick-up some local coffee, whole spices, straw bags and more!

Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens

Consistently described as one of the natural wonders of St. Lucia, these gardens are a thing of beauty. From its breathtaking waterfall and hot mineral springs, to its abundance of flora and fauna, it offers a true nature experience.

Pigeon Island National Landmark

Connected to the mainland by a causeway, this 44-acre islet holds the remnants of an 18th century British naval garrison, a small museum, a beach, and a trail that leads to a hilltop lookout with panoramic views.

For Kids

Treetop Adventure Park

A zip line ride that takes you soaring through the rainforest, it consists of 11 lines with the longest stretching nearly 800 feet, and the highest taking you up more than 100 feet into the tree canopy. Kids 3 and up can try the Kiddie Adventure.

Splash Island Water Park

Kids will have a blast at this unique open-water sports park. Open to ages 6 and up, the park features inflatable islands serving various functions: a trampoline, a swing, a slide, monkey bars, a climbing wall and more.

Mount Soufrière

For kids who’ve never witnessed geothermal activity, the bubbling mud and steaming fumaroles from this semi-active volcano are eye-opening! You can also slather yourselves with the reputedly healing, dark volcanic mud and rinse off in a pool.

Debarras Turtle Watch

From March through August, head to the rugged Grande Anse beach and watch nesting leatherback and hawksbill turtles. Arrive in the early evening and watch as the 500lb. turtles come ashore to dig nests, lay their eggs and then lumber back to the sea.

Close Close the modal