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Coco Palm

Coco Palm, North of Vigie to Pointe Du Cap

At a Glance

    Pros

  • excellent value
  • fabulous swim-up rooms
  • family suites

    Cons

  • not directly on the beach
  • nightly entertainment can get noisy

Coco Palm Review

This boutique hotel in Rodney Bay Village overlooks an inviting pool and a cozy guesthouse, Coco Kreole, at the edge of the property. Coco Palm guest rooms—including six swim-up rooms adjacent to the pool and a dozen spacious suites—are decorated in French Caribbean plantation style. Extra-large bathrooms have walk-in showers, claw-foot tubs (in suites), and separate toilet facilities—amenities that you'd expect at much pricier resorts. Suites also have pull-out couches in the sitting room and an additional full bathroom, making it perfect for families. The 20 Coco Kreole rooms are smaller and wrap around what is more like a comfortable living room than a hotel lobby. The KoKo Cabana bistro and bar overlook Coco Palm's pool and bandstand; Creole Grill serves light meals and local dishes. All the action of Rodney Bay Village and beautiful Reduit Beach is within walking distance.

2011 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Winner

Luxe for Less
This plantation-style boutique hotel is action-central for the Rodney Bay Village scene. Guest rooms with an eye towards soothing Feng Shui design—including six swim-up rooms and a dozen spacious suites—offer every modern convenience. Cordless phones, DVD players, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and ultramodern bathrooms with walk-in showers and claw-foot tubs (in suites) are amenities you'd expect at much pricier resorts. Ti Bananne, the breezy bistro/bar, is open all day and into the evening; live bands entertain nightly at the poolside bandstand. Reduit Beach, St. Lucia's best, is within walking distance. Classy, stylish, family-friendly, and—best of all—very reasonably priced.

    Hotel Details

  • 91 rooms, 12 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals, no meals, all meals.
Updated: 02-28-2014

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