Rendezvous Hotel

When you stay at the Rendezvous Hotel, you’ll have a front row seat on Malabar Beach. With daybeds for two, a romantic lazy river and candlelit dining, this hotel was made with couples in mind.

The centrepiece of the grounds is a 150-year-old tree. A gorgeous sight during the day, it’s even more beautiful at night when its branches light up with hundreds of fairy lights.

As well as a lazy river, there’s also a beachfront pool that’s a lively spot for swimmers. Views of the sea are also provided by the swim-up bar, and the nearby beach club has a menu of light bites.

In the evening, you have a choice of restaurants. The buffet is by the beach and has a different theme each evening. Meanwhile, the a la carte serves gourmet food by candlelight.

Overview of Castries

Famed for its serene and stunning natural landscapes, St Lucia is an island paradise. A highlight for many people who have been on holidays to the Caribbean, St Lucia allows for rest and adventure in equal measure. Across the island, you’ll find a mixture of white sands and volcanic black shores. Either way, the waters are always crystal clear.

Whether you want to live life in the slow lane or unlock your inner explorer, St Lucia provides you with the option. With a stay at the Rendezvous Hotel, the best parts of the island are only a short stroll away.

Things to do in St Lucia

The Rendezvous Hotel is located in Castries, the capital of St Lucia. Tucked up right against Malabar Beach, the waters are relatively calm. It never gets too busy here, so you’ll never struggle for space.

The centre of Castries is only a 10-minute taxi journey away. A dynamic port city, there’s plenty of the charm that St Lucia’s famous for in Castries. It’s a place where you can learn about the colourful past of the island, visit the marvellous market and feast on local produce.

Packed with beauty, charm and mystique, you’ll fall in love with St Lucia and Castries. With so many beautiful beaches, historic sites and opportunities for exploration, it’ll be impossible to pick your favourite bit.


Resort Summary

One of the best things about Castries holidays is getting to discover a city with such a colourful past. Its colonial history can be seen throughout the buildings in the surrounding streets. Unfortunately many examples of colonial architecture were damaged by several fires over the last few centuries, but there are still plenty of historic sites to visit.

One of the most attractive of these is the 19th-century Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, which also happens to be one of the largest churches in the Caribbean. Also worth a visit are Castries Public Library and Government House. Derek Walcott Square is a lovely, quiet place to relax and take in all the historic buildings around it. It’s also ideal for enjoying a spot of people-watching.