Caribbean Islands Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Caribbean Islands activity »
  1. 1 Move to bahamas
  2. 2 will my American kids be considered tourists like me
  3. 3 Where should we go? Feeling overwhelmed
  4. 4 Ecotourism - are there organized tours
  5. 5 Choosing the best island for Honeymoon
  6. 6 Caribbean ferries
  7. 7 Choosing the Right Island
  8. 8 car rental in barbados
  9. 9 Americans traveling to cuba with 9 year old
  10. 10 Turks and Caicos villas- Taylor Bay
  11. 11 Best restaurants in Bermuda
  12. 12 Where to go in August??? HELP!
  13. 13 Caribbean islands with kids in December
  14. 14 Trip Report Trip report – 1st time in Turks & Caicos
  15. 15 Need Trip Ideas For Late July
  16. 16 Rent a villa in Jamaica
  17. 17 We adore St. John...looking for something new!
  18. 18 Grocery & Liquor Stores in Aruba
  19. 19 Hawaii or Caribbean?
  20. 20 Aruba help!
  21. 21 St Martin
  22. 22 Planning a three week trip
  23. 23 Last minute - solo, self-reflection, sun, serene
  24. 24 Casa Karma
  25. 25 Honeymoon - please help! :)
View next 25 » Back to the top

ATTN Jalouise veterans!!! I need your insight!

Jump to last reply

Hello, I have been researching honeymoon destinations for a month so far. I have looked at a lot of places. Mexico, Jamaica, Hawaii, and many Caribbean Islands.

St. Lucia caught my eye originally through the Sandals resorts. Through further research I came across the Jalouise Plantation. The scenery alone stole my heart from the get go. The beach nestled in between the beautiful Pitons, what more could you ask for?

My heart is set on Jalouise. All that is left is making room in the budet to make this dream come true. But that comes with every wedding/honeymoon I guess.

Is there anybody out there who has previously travelled to Jalouise that can share some travel experiences? What kind of rough budget am I looking at? Of course everyone wants to stay in the super upgraded luxury deluxe honeymoon suite, but has anyone stayed at the base sugar mill room? Is this the kind of resort where you are hardly ever in your room anyways? Also it seems all rooms have a "plunge pool", but are they all private?

Any comments or links to previous Jalouise posts are appreciated!

5 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement