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“will be gorgeous once its finished...just wished we'd known it wasnt complete..” 4 of 5 bubbles
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Boucan by Hotel Chocolat
Ranked #6 of 11 Hotels in Soufriere
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“will be gorgeous once its finished...just wished we'd known it wasnt complete..”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 February 2012

We stayed at the Hotel Chocolat St Lucia in January 2012 to celebrate our anniversary
We booked the new Pod Luxe Villa Rooms which were due to be completed 1st December.
I emailed in November and again mid December to check that the rooms would be ready and building work finished before our stay and was confirmed our room would be completed by our stay
We arrived at the hotel which was lovely and offered a welcome drink while we waited for the manager to come and see us. We were told that the Pod Luxe Villa rooms were not completed and not ready to be utilised so we were going to be staying in one of the Pod Rooms.
We were a bit upset at not having been informed before especially as I had emailed to double confirm it twice and we felt like it was a bit dishonest – but they promised to make our stay special for the occasion.
So we were taken to our room; it was lovely, done to a high specification, nice decor and generally a really nice room – our only concerns were the bed which was quite small for us ( that was one reason we had booked the new room with the King Bed) and the building work that was going on behind us was still very apparent and quite noisy.
After the first night – we hardly slept due to the bed size and were woken early by the loud noise of drilling from the builders – we weren’t too impressed...we complained to the manager and while a little defensive at times, he did offer to put one of the larger beds from the new room into our pod and also move us to a quieter room. This was all completed during the course of the day.
We were offered quite a lot of complimentary experiences during our stay for the inconvenience of our room not being ready and we enjoyed these very much. We had a massage by the masseur at the resort, we also had a boat tour on the hotel boat ( the highlight) we were out the whole day viewing the island, doing several stops for snorkelling or just wander around, it was a great way to see the Island and a fab day.
They also arranged a trip to the Volcano, Botanical gardens and waterfall which was a great trip. We weren’t too impressed with the driver Joseph – he was quite rude and ignored us when we said hello/ or asked questions, but the trip itself was definitely worth it. As was the bean to bar tour which is an interesting look at how the cocoa pods are grown and turned into the chocolate we know – you even get chance to plant your own tree and make your own chocolate – definitely worth doing.
The resort itself will be absolutely stunning once it is completed...the staff were great – really helpful, there is relaxed music playing all day and it is just a fantastic location overlooking the petit piton. The food is amazing – best food we had all holiday, although after 6 nights we were starting to find the menu a bit repetitive, we suggested to the manager that they might consider a daily special dish which changes each day to make it more exciting. But the quality of the food really could not be faulted. We ate lunch at the pool three times, and although the menu is fairly small, we both had a different lunch each time, and all of them were delicious. The pool area is really quite small but we were the only ones staying there so had it to ourselves which was lovely but it will definitely need to be extended to accommodate the new rooms.
The hotel also arranged a surprise private dinner by the pool for us, for our anniversary. This was a lovely idea and really special – especially because we didn’t know anything about it until we were shown to our table.
We did go the beach one day, the beach the resort uses is the Jalousie which about a 10 minute drive away (complimentary) – you arrive and the resort and a see lovely white bed looking sun beds. We sat down and one of the staff quickly ran over asking if we staying at the resort... we said no but we were from hotel chocolat – we were informed that the nice chairs are for hotel guests only and were directed to some shabby looking chairs right at the end of the beach, and told it was $20 for the pleasure!! We sat down for 15minutes and looked back at the lovely beds, there were only a few taken most were free – so my husband spoke to someone from the hotel and they allowed us to sit there. I think $20 is fair for the nice chairs but a bit of a liberty for uncomfortable, grubby chairs right at the end of the beach.
The manager Phil & Judy were friendly and said hello when we saw them around the resort and we were definitely compensated for the trouble of the rooms not being ready. When we checked out –we were told that we would be given a voucher for our next return (when hopefully the rooms will be ready) and told it would be emailed to us in the next few days which we were excited for as we would definitely return in the future when everything is completed...however unfortunately we have been home nearly a month now and still haven’t received anything.

  • Stayed January 2012, travelled as a couple
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Judy B, Public Relations Manager at Boucan by Hotel Chocolat, responded to this review, 13 February 2012
Thanks for your review and we are pleased that, in the end, you had an enjoyable stay. All your comments are noted and those we agree with will be acted upon. Your vouchers have, of course, been sorted out.
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 1 February 2012

Just returned from Hotel Chocolat and it was awesome. Ditto for everything that Julia 181 wrote. From the arrival at the airport to our sad good byes we were treated like family, royal family at that! We stayed in Luxe Pod 3 which was just finished and highly recommend it. Try all of the activities from the Gros Piton climb, day boat trip to the Tree to bar experience. they were all just perfect. The food was perfect! Breakfast was fresh fruit, eggs, bacon, fresh muffins and I could just keep going on! Lunch and dinner were awesome and I highly recommend the salad with white chocolate dressing, pork dinner, daily fish and the duck which I had 4 nights!!! Being hotel Chocolat the desserts were amazing. Everyone one them was different but very good and fun. Try them all! Jon the Exec.Chef did a great job and also ran the chocolate making class. Very creative menu with hints of chocolate throughout. The staff is as professional and pleasant as anywhere we have ever been. I cannot praise them enough, they will do anything for you with a smile! Chester the Manager was always there to check up on you and make sure everything was perfect. We would also like to mention Phil and Judy for their always making you feel like family attitude while running this business. My wife and I stayed 7 nights and it was very sad to leave this beautiful, friendly Hotel. We will be back!!!!

  • Stayed January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Judy B, Public Relations Manager at Boucan by Hotel Chocolat, responded to this review, 13 February 2012
Thanks for your detailed and lovely review, praising our team. We do try hard and it is extremely motivating to receive such wonderful feedback. Looking forward to seeing you again too!
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Southampton, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 31 January 2012

We went to The Hotel Chocolat for a week without children to celebrate our silver wedding anniversary. We expected wonderful things based on the reviews we had seen, but anything that is put in writing doesn't do it credit! We were met at the airport with drinks and cold flannels and transported to the hotel. We knew that there was some on-going building before we arrived, but everything was done to prevent that being an issue. We were the first people to stay in our luxe pod and although there were a couple of things missing these were immediately put in place. The rooms were beautiful, spacious and had everything you needed including a well stocked mini bar. The shower heads were 24" square and there was an ample supply of REN toiletries. Every day we were given a pot of biscuits, a pot of chocolate and a pot of nut and cocoa nibbles.
We had arrived in the dark and it wasn't until we opened our full width shutters in the morning that we realised you could lie in bed and look at the Petit Piton. a magnificent view.
The restaurant was incredible although you may find after a week of full board you want a change, but not one meal was a disappointment and the service was impeccable.
We were made to feel like part of the family by Judy and Phil who met us personally when we arrived and frequently chatted to us and other guests. They made our anniversary very special with a sunset cruise and surprise dinner.
I would recommend the bean to bar experience, so that you can really understand the place you are staying in and its contribution to the island.
We also walked up the Grand Piton which requires some fitness if you want to walk again for the holiday, but beautiful views at the top,
After several other visits to the island we would certainly return here.
My only comments would be, take a cardigan as can be cool in the evenings as up in the mountains, it's not a beach holiday but plenty of opportunity to sunbathe, and not a place to take young children.
Thanks again Hotel Chocolat for the special time we spent with you.

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  • Stayed January 2012, travelled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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2 Thank Julia181
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Judy B, Public Relations Manager at Boucan by Hotel Chocolat, responded to this review, 6 February 2012
Thank you for your lovely review, we are so happy that we could bring back those honeymoon memories from 25 years ago.
Since opening the hotel our aim has been to provide a unique experience at the Hotel Chocolat and we feel privileged to be hosts to such wonderful people as you and your husband.
We look forward to welcoming back someday soon and please make sure you contact us beforehand so we can give you a complementary price as one of our first time Pod Luxe guests.
Very best regards
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Wakefield, MA
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 25 January 2012

I'm in my first day here at Hotel Chocolat, a gorgeous little 14-room hotel and resort near Soufriere on mountainous, gorgeous St. Lucia. As of January 25, 2012, the spa is still 12-18 months away, but one is tempted to say, "Who cares?" what with the exquisite little A-frame chalets with their Duravit fixtures, enclosed outdoor showers, Ren toiletries, exquisite mosquito-netted beds, ceiling fans, et cetera et cetera et cetera. Boucan, the restaurant, is flat-out superb, gorged with fresh fish and vegetables and herbs, all from the island, and overlooks an infinity pool and the Pitons. The larger luxe chalets above the courtyard have gorgeous decks that overlook the ocean, but if you consider the fact that the manager threw in a free room for me when he discovered our three-person party was three siblings rather than a husband/wife/child, it's not so hard to take that one has been relegated to a pod.

The staff are warm, genuine, eager to please but in no way pushy, just well-trained locals who exude ease and comfort and good hospitality training. One of the staff had joked with me before our arrival that since I'd found about the Hotel at a Hotel Chocolat store in Boston I had to bring some luxe chocolates with me since they weren't in full production yet. I brought a box from Burdick in Cambridge and she was highly amused and shared them with the bar and desk staff while we had our welcome rum drinks and marveled at the view.

So yes, still an unfinished wonder, but a wonder nonetheless. My only caveats: the hotel is very close to the sulfur springs, so you will smell sulphur in the air most of the time (natural sulphur, but still), and at dinner the tables are lit with kerosene lamps, which gets old quickly. Just extinguish them or move them down the table.

The bar is gorgeous, I have to say, and the music is up to the nanosecond retro: Sixties Stones followed by Moby followed by Dionne Warwick warbling "Do You Know the Way to St. Jose?" Felt like I was in a Prada store.

Just remember: if you need a health club and all the other big hotel amenities, not the place for you. Also, it's British, so there is that slight frost over everything when the British guests show their heads. But the island overwhelms all that. Poor luxurious, penurious St. Lucia: so land rich, so economy poor.

Room Tip: Pay a little extra for a luxe suite rather than a pod. Also note: the resort is not for children und...
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  • Stayed January 2012, travelled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Victoria, Canada
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 December 2011

We stayed 5 nights here at the end of November and we loved every minute of it. We were picked up by the hotel and able to check in early.

It opened in March 2011 and everything is new. There was still construction on the luxe pods but we had expected that.

No bed bugs.

The attention to detail in all aspects of our stay set this hotel apart from others we've stayed at. Each "cocoa pod" was equipped with two umbrellas (for those random tropical showers), slippers, robes, ipod loaded with various playlists, sleeping masks and ear plugs. There were multiple well-placed electrical outlets and excellent lighting, complete with easy access switches next to both sides of the bed. The Ren toiletries were divine - especially the prebiotic hand cream.

The minibar was well stocked with Jing teas, assorted alcohols, two litres of mineral water and little jars of treats that were restocked daily.

All the furnishings were luxurious and tasteful. Plenty of storage room and no smoking in the pods. The bed had a mosquito net which fully covered the bed. However, it's still important to use insect repellant, including when you go for dinner. The open air shower was unique but being solar-powered, ran out of hot water quicker. The hotel manager, Chester, looked into this quickly. Don't be afraid if a friendly tree frog or gecko decide to take a shower with you.

Each room had a list of optional excursions. We were appreciative of this as we booked the "From tree to bar" chocolate making tour and the mud/mineral/waterfall bath tour. Both were well worth it. For the chocolate tour, each person got to graft a cocoa tree which will later be planted with their name. It was interesting to learn about the green initiatives and economy stimulation that the Hotel Chocolat is doing. Cynics may argue that it's all business, but talking to all the employees, they were happy and grateful to be working for this organization.

The food was amazing. Best we've ever had a resort and better than most romantic restaurants. You can't go to Hotel Chocolat and not expect chocolate. We had 4 molten lava cakes each in our 5 day stay. It's only available during lunch. My second favourite was the mango/papaya creme brulee. The main courses were delicous - after five days, the lunches did get a bit boring but we could just repeat the entree we liked the most. The dinner was a bit more varied. A suggestion would be to either change up the starter bread dips (cacoa butter, chocolate-infused balsamic vinegar, and chocolate-infused olive oil) or offer plantain chips or breadnuts (suggested by the cocoa grower who lead our tour) instead. Each dinner included an amuse bouche and a sorbet palate refresher.

Breakfast was filling. Bacon and eggs, along with a full plate of local fruit, yogurt, chocolate granola, shot of a smoothie and freshly baked mini muffins.

There was a good drink list. Lisa, who not only served us for half our meals and also assisted the Chef in our chocolate making, makes the best grapefruit juice I've ever had.

The Club Boucan had a small pool, loungers, two showers and a variety of board games. In the future, it would be nice to have a gym to work off those extra chocolate calories. The beach is a 15-min shuttle ride from the hotel - they drop you off around 10AM and pick you up around 4PM. We never went to the beach as 6 hours is a long time to be sitting out in the sun.

We had an early morning flight but they packed us a filling breakfast. We found it funny that the driver to the airport was the same as the one for our mud bath tour. His name was Joseph; we really liked his professional attitude. He didn't pressure you into tipping or buying from the local merchants ("Feel free to look, but you don't need to buy."). Tipping on the resort is not expected but you can tip if you want.

Keep in mind this isn't a party resort with sports, planned events, and late night dancing. It's a place where you can catch up on your reading, have a massage if you want (extra cost), and relax. There are no televisions. Half the pods were occupied when we stayed - it wasn't crowded.

Lastly, a big thank you to the staff - you make us want to come back to St. Lucia. Lisa and Easna were our primary servers and both deserve a raise. Each day, they greeted us and seemed genuinely happy to see us. They, along with the rest of the restaurant staff, were efficient, friendly and provided the best service we've ever had in all our vacations.

I highly recommend the Hotel Chocolat.

  • Stayed November 2011, travelled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 11 December 2011

We booked 6 nights at the Hotel Chocolat back in August 2011, and had been eagerly anticipating it ever since - it did not disappoint.

The Rabot Estate is a working cocoa plantation in the rainforest just south of Soufriere, just across the road from Ladera Resort. It has a wonderful, full, view of the Petit Piton, but no sea view (although if that's what you want, a 2 minute walk to have a drink at Ladera will give you amazing views down to the Jalousie Beach between the Pitons). The layout, design and fittings are all modern but very much in keeping with the setting - you'll not find chintzy bedspreads, plastic sunloungers or staff bedecked in frilly costumes here.

A few of the really good points of the hotel are:
- the staff were, without exception, friendly, knowledgable and helpful, really going out of their way to make our stay perfect. For example, letting us taste their personal supply of breadnuts, all the while enthusiastically explaining the best way to prepare them.
- The rooms (Cocoa Pods, the Cocoa Pods Luxe were not ready when we stayed) are a great size, with plenty of room to spread out and relax. The bathroom was fantastic - in particular the outdoor rain shower; we loved the Ren toiletries too.
- There's heaps of storage space (something that a lot of hotels fall down on) for your bags (cavernous under-bed store), clothes (numerous, proper, coathangers in a large wardrobe) and stuff (big drawers in the bathroom), although if I was being greedy, an extra chest of drawers wouldn't go amiss.
- The electrical points and sockets (UK three-pin) were intelligently laid out - no having to carry the kettle to the other side of the room to plug it in...
- The concierge cabinet was one of the best we've seen: daily Hotel Chocolat chocolates, cookies and cacao mixed nuts, freshly ground coffee, Jing teabags, fresh milk, fresh bottled water and ice - all complimentary. The mini-bar also had Prosecco, champagne and Piton beers, and there was a little bottle of Chairman's Reserve rum and Chateau Chocolat red wine - all at the same, reasonable, price as the main bar.
- The food in Boucan restaurant was all consistently excellent - from the yummy smoothies at breakfast and cocoa-pod shaped burgers at lunch, to the wonderful chocolate-inspired mains and light desserts at dinner. Our highlights were the Fish Roti, Chilli Burger, Pork Fillet and Confit Duck. Be warned though, you will leave here addicted to the desserts - the chocolate tart is heavenly, and the Bean to Boucan 9-step tasting plate is a must-have.
- All of the drinks to accompany this amazing food were equally good - one of the best Mojitos I've ever had - and all made with super-fresh local fruits, estate-grown herbs and, of course, chocolate.
- Club Boucan, the small area underneath the restaurant for hotel guests only, has an infinity pool with views to die for. It feels amazingly relaxed, and the pool is the perfect refreshing way to cool off from the St Lucian heat.

We loved the open-air feel of the Cocoa Pods, and didn't find the temperature unbearable, nor the nightly frog chorus too loud. They've made the right decision to not attempt to install air conditioning in the rooms - it would just feel crazy and totally out of keeping with the setting and ethos of the resort. If that's what you want though, then Hotel Chocolat isn't for you.

There are lots of "self-guided" walking trails on the estate, but at the moment it's quite literally a jungle out there - and easy to get lost. The exploring required did add to our enjoyment, but was a little frustrating at times. Given time, this will no doubt be sorted out - from speaking to the staff there's good long-term plans in place.

Overall, we had an excellent stay, and would not hesitate to return.

Room Tip: Pods 3 and 4 currently have the best view - once the eight new Pods Luxe open they'll be the pla...
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  • Stayed December 2011, travelled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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London, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 16 November 2011

Hotel Chocolat was the first stop on my wedding trip and we had a magnificent, romantic stay there.

Based on our experience of travelling in the Caribbean, I'll try to summarize some of the things that made our stay at Hotel Chocolat so fantastic:
1. First and foremost the kind, smiling, happy and wonderful staff. And I'm not just talking about the managers - I'm talking about every single member of staff at the Hotel from the bar staff to the room cleaners to the chef and reception desk staff. Every single person contributed to the wonderful ambiance that envelops this beautiful hotel.
2. The location: The hotel is located in Soufriere up in the lush, green, fertile St Lucian mountains. This not only provides stunning, dramatic scenery - it is also incredibly interesting because the hotel is located on what used to be a cacao plantation (which is now a large estate providing much of the cacao used by the UK-based company Hotel Chocolat). The hotel provides a range of different fascinating tours of both the estate and the chocolate making process. These tours should not be missed (if you're lucky, Cuthbert will be leading your tour) - they are incredibly interesting and will change how you think about concepts like "fairtrade" and "organic" chocolate and produce.
3. The vibe: This hotel has a great vibe/ambiance/atmosphere. It could have something to do with the music – ipods pre-set with amazing playlists are provided in every room and excellent chillout-music is played in the hotel reception/bar/restaurant.
4. The little touches: Simple things like the fact that every day in your room you will have fresh slabs of chocolate, nuts to nibble and homemade cookies – all complimentary. Most other hotels in the Caribbean charge an arm and a leg for snacks ‘provided’ in the room.
5. The food is WONDERFUL. Nearly every dish features cacao or chocolate in one shape or form. This makes the culinary offering at Hotel Chocolat inventive, creative and delicious. Vegetarians and people with restricted diets will be fine here – the chef was wonderful with me! On several occasions he came and spoke to me and offered to make me special dishes without my even asking!
6. The shower is amazing!! I can’t forget to give a special mention to the open sky rain shower! The best in the Caribbean without a doubt!!!
7. The rooms are spacious, chic, comfortable and really do look exactly as they do on the pictures in the website.

But -- a few things to keep in mind:
1. The rooms don’t have air conditioning. And yes – it is HOT in St Lucia, and humid. So just be mindful of that.
2. The portions at the Boucan restaurant can be small. You have to remember that a meal at Hotel Chocolat is designed to be 3 courses in order for you to be truly full.
3. This hotel doesn't have a beach - but it provides free taxi shuttles to a nearby beach located at Jalousie Plantation Hotel. The hotel does have a small pool however.

Room Tip: The cacao pods are great! Try to sky rain shower! But remember - the rooms don't have air condi...
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  • Stayed October 2011, travelled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Property: Boucan by Hotel Chocolat
Address: Rabot Estate | P.O. Box 312, Soufriere, St. Lucia
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Region: Caribbean > St. Lucia > Soufriere Quarter > Soufriere
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#4 On the Beach Hotel in Soufriere
#5 Family Hotel in Soufriere
#5 Luxury Hotel in Soufriere
#6 Romantic Hotel in Soufriere
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££££
Hotel Class:4.5 star — Boucan by Hotel Chocolat 4.5*
Number of rooms: 14
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Discover plantation chic - luxury, well-being & stunning natural beauty. Situated high in the hills near Soufriere, set in rainforest & cocoa groves with stunning views of the Piton mountains. A daily transfer is provided for guests to a stunning nearby beach by Hotel Sea Launch. Guests can enjoy trail walks around the cocoa estate, cacao inspired treatments in the spa, relaxation in Club Boucan with its private infinity pool & the exclusive cacao cuisine at Boucan Restaurant & Bar, free laundry service, room additions and Tree to Bean tour. Boucan by Hotel Chocolat offer 2 types of accommodation, both with 4 poster beds, preloaded iPods & docking stations, complimentary wireless, a mini-bar & open sky rainforest showers. ... more   less 
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