St James Club Morgan Bay

For luxury and seclusion, St James Club Morgan Bay has the answer.

Holidays to the Caribbean are synonymous with good food and outstanding views. At this hotel, they’re both guaranteed. To dine, you’ll have a choice of six restaurants, while for the views, you can retire to the adults-only hilltop pool. To go along with the panoramic views, you’ll also find a swim-up bar up here.

At ground level, the kids’ pool is a paradise of slides and shallow wading areas. So the whole family is happy.

Everyone will love the entertainment, too. Water sports are the highlights during the day, and come evening, dancers, DJs and local bands will keep you entertained.

Overview of Corinth

St James Club Morgan Bay is between Gros Islet and Castries, making it the perfect place to explore.

St Lucia is famous for its serene and stunning natural landscapes, but life here doesn’t have to be in the slow lane. Amid the intense natural beauty, you can explore the rainforest or stick to the sandy shores. There’s even a mix of volcanic black beaches and white sands dipping into the crystal waters, making it the ideal place to take a dip and spot some wildlife.

Whether you want to party the night away or take gentle strolls on the beach, St Lucia has something for you – it even steps up as a dream wedding destination.

Things to do in St Lucia

With so much on offer at St James Club Morgan Bay, you may find it hard to leave the hotel. However, if you do, you’ll be richly rewarded. There’s beauty everywhere you look around the island, from The Pitons mountains to the abundance of colourful fish in the warm water.

If you fancy truly escaping to reconnect with nature, then head to one of the many popular rainforest trails. One of the most popular leads to a 15-metre-high waterfall that pours over a cliff into a botanical garden.

Hop in a taxi to visit the stunning Pigeon Island peninsular or take a day trip to the capital city of Castries.

Equal parts beauty and mystique, St Lucia captivates anyone who steps foot on the island. With beautiful beaches, cooling waves and adventure on every corner, you’ll be reluctant to leave and eager to return.


Resort Summary

The nearest beach is at Choc Bay, a tranquil and peaceful place to while away a few hours. It’s a relatively remote stretch of sand, so there’ll often be times when it feels like you have the beach to yourself! Palm trees keep things nice and shady on this sun-baked beach. Lapping the pale-golden sand is the sea, with its lovely blue colour and tropical warmth tempting you to go for a dip.

When you come out of the water, the sand is invitingly soft for relaxing, and is also home to a volleyball net, should you feel like being a bit more active. Or why not hire a paddleboard, for a fun way to get around on the water? There’s a small bar and restaurant here for enjoying a meal as the sun sets over the sea.