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“Made our Honeymoon Even Sweeter!”

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Ti Kaye Resort & Spa
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Anse Cochon
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Reviewed 14 August 2005

My husband and I went to the Ti Kaye Resort for our honeymoon in April 2005 and it was, hands-down, the most amazing place we have ever been. It is a smaller resort made up of 33 little villas, so you are not overwhelmed with people or kids, which was a nice break from most resorts. The resort sits up on a cliff overlooking a private beach...the beach is stunning and some of the best snorkeling and diving on the island is right off the beach. The villas themselves are amazing, open air with four post beds, big front porches with hammoks and splash pools and an outside shower...what an experience that is! They are wonderful and waking up every morning overlooking the beach it pure bliss. They have two restaurants on the resort and they offer breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is a casual "beach grill" down that the beach that offers grill items and cold Piton beers. The restaraunt up by the pool is nice, it's open-air and at night its amazing looking with its candles and billowing white cyrtains, very romantic setting. The food is stunning, they have ana amzing chef - a new menu to choose from every night! The wait staff is amazing, you will leave there knowing them all by name and they you. It's such a personal and private egt-away, yet there are many fun places to go on the island if you are looking for adventure. We ventured out on the island to Merigot Bay, to the Pitins, the Springs and up to Rodney Bay. Ti Kaye is located in the middle of the island coast so you can easily get to Rodey Bay at the North Tip or the Pitons down South.

I highly recommend St. Lucia to anyone who enjoys beaches, Rainforests and Volvnos/ Hot Springs all in one place!

7  Thank JenMyersWard
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Reviewed 14 August 2005

We spent our honeymoon at Ti Kaye and, as you can imagine, wanted it to be unforgettable. We had pretty high expectations and even then the reality exceeded them. In our situation this place was perfect.

Many other reviewers have written about the good things about this place, and we’d certainly agree with them. We thought that the most useful thing to do was to add a few specifics at add to all that:

Dinner is in an open-sided restaurant which is lovely in the evenings. Food there is very good, fairly varied and in a great setting. At lunchtime you can also go to a lower café which is just a stone’s throw from your sun loungers on the beach. My tip: the flying fish baguettes.

Rum punches
We had our first on arrival, and were smitten. We’ve been trying to replicate the formula ever since (not completely successfully).

Charming and sincere, and they make you feel very personally welcome in the way they greet you by name, chat with you about what you’ve done and recommend things to try (thanks Theresa, Sandi & Giselle!).

It’s just so nice having a whole airy chalet to yourselves; it feels very un-hotel-like. Each one apparently has its own ‘house’ lizard (don’t worry, they’re quite small, and they eat bugs). Wonderful sea views and the selfishly nice feeling of seeing the boats from the other resorts having to leave ‘our’ bay after their snorkeling excursion. There’s also an intoxicating sound of the frogs and crickets at night that you’ll always remember. Oh and the outdoor shower really is wonderful.

There’s a dive-shop next to the café on the beach, and the dive-master was very enthusiastic, helpful and chatty. There’s a turtle sometimes lurking nearby and an excellent wreck just out in the bay if you’re feeling adventurous.

Rainy season
We happened to go in June when we had tropical showers. Make sure you bring some books to read from your hammock, or games to play on the verandah if you’re caught out.

Excursion: turtle-watch
We also did the turtle watch which was organized by Heritage Tours; the hotel staff can book you onto it. The beaches on the Atlantic side are a complete contrast, being wild and with a big surf… and nobody else for miles!

Enjoy it – we certainly did!

  • Stayed: June 2005
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13  Thank Adrian M
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Reviewed 11 August 2005

We've returned from our 2nd trip to Ti Kaye in 2 years, and again have
to say how truly wonderful it was. This is the ideal place to get away
from it all, and we honestly hope to return every year. The staff
remains as attentive and friendly as can be, and the overall atmosphere is
just perfect. Many remembered us, which is saying a lot given how many
pepole they see each year.

Huge thank you to Jeannine for such a warm welcome back. We only hope
that the increased popularity and press about the resort will in no way
change the overall atmosphere we've experienced the last two years.
Ti Kaye is truly a gem.

  • Stayed: July 2005
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3  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
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Reviewed 8 August 2005

My husband and I just returned from our 10 night honeymoon in St. Lucia. Wow what an awesome time. We spent our first 7 nights at Ti Kaye village and wow what an impression. We were met at the airport by a taxi driver holding a sign labelled Ti Kaye. The van was airconditioned and the ride was pleasant (well pleasant as it can be with extremely narrow and twisting roads). The driver was very pleasant and gave us a good overview of the island. The road into TI Kaye is crazy, dont judge till you have gotten to the reception area, cause we were kinda wondering but once you are there you will see!!

We were greeted at check in promptly and friendly staff, escorted to the bar where we enjoyed our welcome cocktail. Luggage was taken to our room. We were in a oceanfront cottage (cottage H) and wow what an awesome accomodation. Very clean, great view (of ocean and sunset each evening), the outdoor shower and hammock and furnishings on the deck were a nice touch. Very romantic and private dwelling. The mini-bar fridge was stocked upon arrival and we used order sheets to top up stock (bottled water and snacks (mainly chocolate bars and chips/nuts etc.) each day. Lots of geckos in the room which we did not mind at all, netting over beds protects from bugs/birds etc. We highly recommend cottage H for the extra money above an oceanview cottage which is quite a bit farther from the view of the carribean sea, for the extra money you will not regret the choice of an oceanfront accomodation. As for plunge pools we saw a room with one nothing too special we thought, we didnt miss it at all, we used the outdoor shower several times of day even just to cool off!

The restaurant and bar are very good, all staff are extremely friendly (especially Theresa and Cleus) and personable they greet you each morning by name wow personalized service at its best!!! The setting of the restaurant is very romantic and intimate. Complimentarly breakfast each day was great, and very filling (buffet fruit, yougurt, cereal and full breakfast menu with eggs toast etc.), you wont need lunch after this breakfast. The birds are a bit of a nuisance in the restaurant just be worned to cover your food if you leave your table or you will be sharing!!!!
Dinner reservations were pretty open we usually booked ours at lunchtime and never really had a problem with times we wanted. Menu selection is quite good, different items each night and cuisine has an island flare wiht local fruits and foods to try which we enjoyed!!!! Meal cost was approximately $50-$100 American/meal, depending on wine choice desserts etc. We ate lunch only twice at the Beach Bar and it was Ok typical fast food type choices, cost was reasonable. As for water we drank the tap water with ice and had no problems at all.

The beach is quite small but is not crowded at all (in fact we were the only ones on the beach two afternoons) and is quite quiet and intimate, furnished with lounge chairs and umbrellas. The water was beautiful warm and very clean, no jellyfish or dangerous sea life to worry about. We snorkelled right off the resort two reef areas on either side of the beach, and there are plenty of tropical fish and other sea life to see. There are also kayaks for guests to use complimentary. Beware there is a long series of steps down to the beach, didnt bother us much but if you are not up to stairs then beware (although if it is just sun you are after there is a pool just off the restaurant) quite small but there is lounge chairs and umbrellas there as well. There are a few locals who try to sell you stuff on the beach but are quite friendly and are not pushy at all we found there prices to be more expensive then in Castries or Soufire but it is convinient right there at your fingertips. There are several boats that come in to the area (from sandals and other tour boats to snorkel the reef off Ti Kaye but they dont stay too long and arent much of a bother for the most part other than a little chaos for short period.

Bring flip flops or slip ons for the beach as the sand gets very hot even running from your lounge chair into the water. Nightlife at Ti Kaye is quite limited which we quite enjoyed. The noisiest thing you will find at night is the treefrogs and grasshoppers which we quite enjoyed (but they are very loud so if you are sensitive to noise may want to invest in ear plugs). There is music during dinner and then most guests are in their rooms but 10 or so and arent back till 8 or 9 for breakfast, very private. If you like party life not the place for you. There are a selection of games available for you to use which we did with another 3 honeymoon couples one night but bar closes around 11:00. Be sure to attend the ANse La Raye fish fry on Friday nice to see local culture. We dont eat seafood so we had some kinda dumplings but lots of guests we went with ate all kinds of items and had no problems.

Overall the resort exceeded our expectations and for the money was above par!!! We were very happy with our choice after reading numerous reviews and would go back in a heart beat, you will not regret your choice thats for sure!!!!

As for tours there are lots available through the resort. We did the rainforest hike, whale watching tour, sunset cruise, and boat trip to castries. We enjoyed all of the tours, although we were dissapointed a bit with Castries, the boat tour there was nice you get to see some key landmarks of the island but Castries itself is not great. The shopping is limited, kinda like a flea market atmosphere with tents and vendors all selling basically the same 20 items are so. I wouldnt recommend this one. The rainforest hike was good our guide was awesome very knowledgeable and entertaining. We did not see much wildlife though mainly tropical plants and flowers and a few birds, but swimming in the waterfall was fun. If you plan to do this be sure to bring proper footwear some places are slippery. The Land and Sea Tour we heard was quite good as well although we didnt get a chance to do this one.

Locals are extremely friendly and the island is very safe, the depend highly on income from tourists and appreciate your generosity in the way of tips and are very greatful that you are travelling there supporting the island.

We spent the last 3 nights of our trip at Ladera Resort (see review). Although Ladera has a spectacular view of the Pitons we enjoyed the cottage type accomodation and the personalized service at Ti Kaye much more and for the money next time would stay at Ti Kaye the whole time and just take a taxi to Ladera to have lunch at the restaurant Dashenee to enjoy the view.

Hats off to Ti Kaye for a wonderful and spectacular honeymoon, enjoy!!!

Kim and Kevin

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Reviewed 22 July 2005

We just returned from our weeklong stay at the lush Ti Kaye Village Resort (June 13-21). Our overall take: the hotel offers beautiful surroundings with above average to great service, but there's a little room for improvement. Sidenote #1: DO NOT let the last part of that sentence dissuade you from going. This is definitely one of the most secluded, romantic, and cleanest places to stay on the island. There were just a few things (mainly in terms of maintenance) that the resort management should attend to in the near future. Sidenote #2: Ti Kaye is often described as "five star". Be aware, however, that it's not "five star" in the traditional big-chic-spa-hotel sense. Instead of five-star-elegant, think four/five-star-rustic.

And now on to the nitty gritty.

1) GETTING THERE: Two options: you can fly to San Juan and then into the small Castries airport (about 50 minutes from the resort), or take a larger plane into the Veiux Fort airport located at the south of the island. We did the latter (via Miami). Clearing customs took about 40-50 minutes--a little slow, but the officials were professional and pleasant. The resort arranged for a taxi to meet us there (round trip transfer from and back to the airport is $120 per couple; you pay the bill at the end of your stay) and, sure enough, a man holding up a Ti Kaye sign waved to us as soon as we exited the building. Tropical storm Emily was just brushing past St. Lucia on the day that we arrived, so driver Claudius decided to forego the ultra-windy, super-slippery roads up the west side of the island. We instead went up east side past numerous banana and coconut plantations, then across and back down to the resort. My husband--fascinated by the local history--pummeled him with questions throughout the ~2 hour drive, but Claudius didn't seem to mind. He was friendly, informative and welcoming. He dropped us off under the awning that leads to the open-air Ti Kaye lobby, then took our bags to the room while Giselle whisked us to the bar for a cool drink.

2) ROOMS: I'd booked our vacation on Expedia.com and managed to get an excellent flight/hotel fare for a duplex ocean view room. We were surprised and thrilled when Giselle led us down the main road and then up to Chwichwi, a single cottage. It looked like the rooms depicted on the resort's website: big porch with hammock, rocking chairs, and table; simple room with king-sized, mosquito-netted four poster bed, refrigerator, bench, two bedside tables, and closet; and a gorgeous outdoor shower. The light-linened bed was firm and comfy, and the tiled floor was refreshingly cool. The room was pretty, but--and here I repeat what I said earlier--rustic. Great for some people (like us), maybe not so great for someone expecting luxury.

Tip #1: If you like the ocean, or if this is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of trip for you, or if you're going in the summer and want to beat the heat, get an ocean front room with plunge pool. We did like our room--very much--but observed that the ocean front cottages have extra privacy and an extraordinary view of the water. Furthermore, it would've been great to walk out the door with a Piton beer in hand and slip into a nice cool pool. These are really popular, so you'll need to reserve well in advance. The ocean view rooms and cottages all overlook the ocean, although sometimes the views are slightly blocked by trees (don't knock 'em, you'll appreciate the shade) and/or other cottages.

Tip #2: Don't hesitate to stay in an ocean view room if everything else is booked up. They're just as nice as the individual cottages and provide almost as much privacy.

Tip #3: Bring something to clip the mosquito netting together. Someone else suggested it--it's a great idea. Just be gentle with the netting.

3) OUTDOOR SHOWERS: These are amazing/gorgeous/refreshing (again, in a rustic way). There's nothing like stepping into it after a day at the beach. It seems that everyone leaves Ti Kaye with the dream that one day he/she will attach one of these to his/her own house.

Tip: For all those unabashed girly-girls out there (like me), I'd recommend bringing along a few of your favorite bath products and turning your shower into a personal spa for a couple of hours. Maybe that sounds silly, but no. It was fun.

4) FOOD: Wonderful. Everything you've heard is true. Breakfast--consists of tropical fruit, yogurt, pastries, and juice, plus your choice of the St. Lucian, American, or English platters. I thought the pancakes were scrumptious; my husband liked the omelettes. The cocoa tea was interesting. The coffee...wellllll...it wasn't good. Hate to be blunt, but that's just the way we saw/tasted it. Lunch--can be taken either in Kai Manje or down at the beach bar. Prices at the beach bar are phenomenal--$5-$8 for a sandwich, small salad, and a huge portion of fries. Dinner--I'll bet it's the best on the island. I had the fish dish every evening and was never disappointed. My favorites: the shrimp and the mahi mahi. The selection isn't huge but the menu is never the same from night to night, either.

Tip #1: If you have any special dietary restrictions, request a meeting with the chef as soon as you get there. Don't just tell them your needs over the phone because sometimes the message is lost between the office and the kitchen. My husband, a vegetarian, kept receiving dinner meals that included not an ounce of dairy, egg, or pasta products--great news for a vegan, but we'd clearly indicated that he eats all of the above. He didn't really mind (especially since the veg meals are significantly less expensive at $15 a plate) but steamed veggies and rice got old after a few days. We should've talked to the chef in person.

Tip #2: Reconsider the meal plan. The meal plan is $35 per dinner (including appetizer, main meal, and dessert) or $45 per lunch/dinner. Unless you're planning to have a 3 course meal every night, you probably don't need it. Our suggestion is to go without it the first night and see how big the portions are, how much you'll eat, etc. You can always sign up later.

Tip #3: If you like fish and/or lots of "liquid refreshment", go to the Anse la Rey fish fry on Friday. It's not for everyone. We weren't particularly keen on it, but other people definitely enjoyed themselves. Verna's booth is the best, not in the least because the people there hang up a sign indicating what they're selling. Try the fish cakes--delicious!

5) BEACH: A few previous reviewers have expressed some concern about the beach that lies at the foot of The Great Ti Kaye Staircase :). No, it's not white sand. Yes, the locals will try to sell you their merchandise. Yes, there are a few small--I highlight the word SMALL here, folks--jellyfish. Yes, party boats will flit in and out of the cove in the afternoon. But for us, the beach was probably our favorite part of the trip. On most days we'd head down right after breakfast. We'd set our towels in the sand and hop into the clear warm water to swim. George, who works at the dive shop and never seems to rest, would usually arrive shortly thereafter and set up beach chairs and umbrellas for us. I think you'll find that even if you're not a big fan of ocean swimming, you'll feel safe in the cove. The water is quiet--no big waves to get past here--and the shore is soft (it's a bit rocky near the beach bar, but if you just head up the beach the stones disappear). You don't need to worry about sea urchins unless you decide to snorkel along the sides of the cove (which we recommend you do), but even then you'll be fine as long as you're paying attention. After getting out and drying off, we'd hop into one of the kayaks and paddle along the shore. One thing we loved about the resort was that we could basically do whatever we pleased. There was no drawn-out safety demonstrations, no signs telling you not to swim here or there. They figure--quite correctly--that their guests are capable of using common sense. That said, they seem very very careful when it comes to scuba safety, so don't worry about that.

Tip #1: The locals on the beach are generally good guys. They are polite and won't pressure you to talk to them or buy anything unless you want to. They're mainly there to offer their goods to the tourists that show up with the party boats in the afternoon--after you see how many people can cram themselves onto the decks of those double hulled catamarans, you'll understand why they choose this beach as their marketing venue.

Tip #2: The party boats aren't that bad. Enjoy the water before noon, then head to the beach bar when you see the masses arriving. Watch in amusement as bathing suits fall off and swimmers crash into each other. Or just stay in your beach chair and silently gloat.

Tip #3: For lazy vacationers like ourselves, the beach can serve as the main source of entertainment--it's that good. Although we heard nice things about the excursions arranged by the resort, we found that you can have a great vacation without them. The beach and pool were enough for us.

6) SERVICE/STAFF: Very good to excellent. We were especially touched by the kindness of George, Giselle, Isse (?), Theresa, Sandy, Cleus, Victoria (a wonder at the bar), and a woman whose name we've forgotten but who made us feel like we'd known her forever. When my husband came down with an ear infection the staff kicked into gear, made him a doctor's appointment, and shuttled him there before the morning was over. It was comforting to know that they cared. There were a couple of staffers who weren't that friendly/helpful, but they were the exception and not the rule by any means.

The housekeeping staff is nothing short of amazing. They are efficient, thorough, and deserve the utmost respect and thanks.

A 10% gratuity is automatically included in basically everything, and it's distributed amongst the staff once you settle your bill. After we were there a few days we saw the sense in this. So many people take care of you that it'd be hard to work out fair tips for all of them. You can always give an extra tip to the staffers of your choice at the end of your stay.

SUGGESTIONS FOR TI KAYE: Our only suggestion is that the management keep an eye on the state of the cottages, pool, and other buildings. We thought that Chwichwi could have used a paint job, both inside and out. Some of the wood on the interior and the door was damaged and needs replacement. The roofs--and this is just my opinion--are looking a little drab. The curtains in the restaurant need to be cleaned more often, as the birds that fly in and out leave a bit of a mess. The pool area seems a bit neglected, although we used it several times during our stay. Again, none of these are major issues, and considering that the resort is located on the ocean, it's well-maintained (i.e., there's no evidence of mildew--a triumph in itself!). It's just something to consider.

That said, the resort does have an eye to the future. As we were leaving a new yoga area and a wine cellar were being built.

LEAVING: Avoid flying from St. Lucia into Miami at all costs. The airport is terrible. The signage for continuing passengers is confusing. Some of the customs officials are rude to the point of harassment. This has nothing to do with Ti Kaye, but it was so bad that I couldn't help mentioning it.

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Please, go to Ti Kaye. As long as you're realistic about your expectations, you'll love it.

46  Thank travelbug2626
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Reviewed 18 July 2005

If you are looking for a relaxed, 5 star vacation in St. Lucia then book the "Niche" villa at Ti Kaye Village Resort. My husband and I arrived to be greeted at the airport by a car assigned from the hotel...on time and professional service. Note: carry your own bags the 2 steps from customs through the doors to the airport entrance. You will be offered "assistance" as though you were arriving in Mexico. However, there is no need to tip someone for a few feet worth of work. Save your money to tip the fabulous staff that is going to pamper you after your 1 1/2 hour drive to the hotel. I have travelled all over Europe and have worked in 5 star hotels and I can say that the staff at this hotel is par none. Perhaps it is because the owner takes excellent care and has great benefits. The staff all spoke highly of him and they take pride in a type of "employee recognition" program that is implemented. The atmosphere is relaxed...no need for coat and tie here. You can eat excellent, reasonably priced fare (also 5 star) and yet be in shorts for a fabulous filet! The other guests are mostly couples although we met a fun set of sisters who appreciated the quite elegance and safe feel of the resort. The beauty of the hotel is simple-- clean, quality linens, upscale toiletries and hairdryer, well manicured landscaping, fine wine, breathtaking views, perfect beach. The snorkeling from the beach was so great that we only did one tank dive...no need to scuba when the snorkeling is amazing. The dive staff was one of the best we have encountered in Mexico and islands. Professional, perfect English speaking staff (we found the Spanish language barrier often difficult diving in Mexico) and anything you need is at your disposal. The staff is what takes this hotel to the 5 star rating. Genuine, kind, engaging, fond of Americans, trained as though they were from the old famous Westin Hotel training camp. George, who is in charge of the beach area, is first class and probablly not recognised as he should be...because he is always making sure you have ANYTHING and you never know he is there! Until you see him bringing an umbrella right before it rains. His great smile is worth the rain. Dinner is romantic in a beautiful candle lit open dining room...again, fabulous fare yet you can be casual and just slowly enjoy the sun setting from atop the cliff. We did the honeymoon adventure package and found it affordable and well planned. Once you arrive you plan your week and then set it and forget it! High praise to the horseriding on the beach...schedule your massage for later that night. Request your food basket to be delivered on the first day so that you can have food in your minibar in case you get hungry between meals. Order the cheese and fruit tray everyday and after hours on the beach or climbing the Pitons you can arrive back to a stocked fridge. (And at $6 US approx. it is well worth the price.) We rented a jeep and clibed the Pitons although I only suggest that if one of you is an excellent driver and both are in great shape to climb. It is not a "nature trail" as described but a strenous hike up 2 hours of steep terrain. Also, take small bills to pay and tip as we only had $100 and they had no change so we had to rummage up loose bills that they graciously accepted...The manager at the Pitons trail was amazingly interesting and loved his job. Listen to the staff's recommendations and advice (Kim is wonderful!)- they will not steer you wrong. Take a sunset cruise your last evening to end the trip with a magical ride with a great sailing crew. My husband loved the Friday night fish fry and Spiced Rum punch...you go with the hotel staff and they make sure that all goes well. For the money you can not go wrong at Ti Kaye. A lovely, laid back resort with caring staff and incredible views. Enjoy your stay! Sarah

  • Stayed: June 2005
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Reviewed 17 July 2005

We went to Ti Kaye from July 5th until July 12th. Ti Kaye was selected via Tripadvisor (my primary resource for ALL trips, business and pleasure).
After studying all the reviews on Tripadvisor for months and reading just how wonderful the place was, there was no doubt in our minds that it was doomed to fall short of the mark - well folks, were so happy to report that it met and exceeded our expectations. The staff were truly a delight as were all the people that we met there during our visit - celebrities pay $$$ for this kind of seclusion and service, I raise my hat to Ti Kaye, everything from the email contact prior to the trip, to the pick up at the airport, to the personalization of everything that we wanted, and the level of service from Island Divers (thanks Terrell and Scuba Steve) to the food - We just can't wait to go back.
If anyone has any questions we will be more than happy to give our opinion personally by email, you can contact us at ---

Paul & Karen

ps As far as we were concerned, the deserts DID burst with flavor!!

  • Stayed: July 2005
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Address: P.O. Box GM 669, Anse Cochon, St. Lucia
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Region: Caribbean > St. Lucia > Anse la Raye Quarter > Anse Cochon
Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Spa Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Anse Cochon
Price Range: £206 - £497 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Ti Kaye Resort & Spa 4*
Number of rooms: 33
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Overlooking Anse Cochon Bay Ti Kaye Resort & Spa is located on the serene West Coast and is simply known as Ti Kaye, (which means small house in the native creole patois language of Saint Lucia). With only 33 rooms, 2 bars & restaurants, the Kai Koko Spa and a 600+ bin 'Wine Kave' there is no better place for romantic relaxation - combined with some of the best snorkeling and diving to be found anywhere on Saint Lucia right off the beach. ... more   less 
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