Hotel Windjammer Landing

Hotel Windjammer Landing The Windjammer Landing Hotel is unique and unlike any other Caribbean resort. It was conceived, designed and built as a village with brick paths leading through more than 60 acres of lush tropical scented gardens, sparkling pools and waterfalls, covered walkways and hand-painted tiles. Stroll or take the continuous shuttle service to the heart of the village where you will find a full-service resort. The hotel also operates a shuttle to downtown Castries, the capital, and 5 miles away and to and from the St Lucia Golf and Country Club, located just minutes away. The newly designed 6,816 yard, Par 71 championship course is the only 18-hole course on the island.**Please note:** Hotel renovation and work on Windjammer Landings exciting new spa will be taking place at the hotel from 05.05.2014 – 30.11.2014. This may cause some slight noise, however guests will be kept away from these areas to minimize any disturbance.

The Windjammer Landing Hotel is unique and unlike any other Caribbean resort. It was conceived, designed and built as a village with brick paths leading through more than 60 acres of lush tropical scented gardens, sparkling pools and waterfalls, covered walkways and hand-painted tiles. Stroll or take the continuous shuttle service to the heart of the village where you will find a full-service resort. The hotel also operates a shuttle to downtown Castries, the capital, and 5 miles away and to and from the St Lucia Golf and Country Club, located just minutes away. The newly designed 6,816 yard, Par 71 championship course is the only 18-hole course on the island.**Please note:** Hotel renovation and work on Windjammer Landings exciting new spa will be taking place at the hotel from 05.05.2014 – 30.11.2014. This may cause some slight noise, however guests will be kept away from these areas to minimize any disturbance.

The resort has over 1000 feet of white sandy beaches and plenty of water sports including aqua-fin sailing, windsurfing, hobie cat sailing, banana rides / tube rides (between 4:00pm – 5:00pm), kayaking, snorkeling and paddle boats. For an additional charge guests can also enjoy scuba diving, knee-boarding, waterskiing and wakeboarding. The onsite spa is a beautiful private oasis nestled into the hillside. Its unique design allows guests to enjoy indoor and outdoor treatments.

The hotel has 2 swimming pools and 2 children`s pools.

There are five restaurants with cuisine that includes Caribbean, seafood and international specialties. Among the many options are a beachfront BBQ/grill, an Asian influenced Euro Caribbean restaurant, Papa Don’s mediterranean restaurant with mountain side terrace and spectacular views of Martinique, an a la carte restaurant, a cafe and a cocktail bar.*Please note:*Dress code: In the restaurants, shoes are worn and bathing suits covered. After 6:30 PM, no beachwear. Gentlemen wear trousers or Bermuda style shorts and collared shirts. Ladies wear blouses, dresses or trousers, no shorts. Bare feet and bare backs are not allowed in the public areas on the resort after 6:30 PM.

1 bedroom villas sleep a maximum of 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children2 bedroom villas sleep 4 adults or 4 adults and 2 children2 bedroom villas with plunge pool sleep 4 adults or 4 adults and 2 childrenAll have * bathroom/shower * WC * TV * telephone * air conditioning * balcony/terrace * safety deposit box * fridge * kitchenette * (certain amenities may be payable locally)

Facilities

  • Parking (Surcharge may apply)
  • Children’s club
  • Pool Bar
  • Gym
  • Air conditioning in rooms
  • Hairdryer
  • Swimming pool – Children’s
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Wi-Fi (surcharge)
  • Safe at reception
  • Television
  • Spa
  • Babysitting service (surcharge)
  • Concierge desk
  • Safe in room
  • Ironing board
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Tennis courts
  • Conference Facilities
  • Air conditioning public areas
  • 24 hour reception
  • Mini-market
  • Complimentary newspaper
  • Free WiFi
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