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Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • lovely, spacious units
  • beautiful sunset views
  • family-friendly, in-unit dining

    Cons

  • some units have living rooms with no a/c
  • you'll want to rent a car if you plan to leave the property often, as it's far from the main road

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Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort Review

As perfect for families as for a romantic getaway, Windjammer Landing offers lots to do yet still provides plenty of privacy. The resort's Mediterranean-style villas climb the hillside on one of St. Lucia's prettiest bays. Units can easily be closed off or opened up to become one-, two-, three-, or four-bedroom suites. Some have private plunge pools. The resort's reception area opens onto shops, restaurants, a children's playground, and two pools. Eat excellently prepared dishes in the restaurants, make your own meals, or have dinner prepared and served in your villa. Shuttles whoosh you between your villa and the activity areas—including two hillside pools connected by a waterfall.

    Hotel Details

  • 41 suites, 72 villas.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals, no meals, all-inclusive.
Updated: 02-28-2014

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    A little piece of heaven

    My husband and I honeymooned in St Lucia in 2004. Specifically, at Windjammer Landing. We were so impressed with the quality of the resort, we purchased a time share along with another couple that we met on the taxi ride from the airport. The atmosphere is enchanting, the St Lucians are kind and welcoming. We have been back every year and twice in 2007. We have been to other Caribbean islands and have not felt as safe and welcomed as in St Lucia.
    This is not one of those large impersonal resorts. The friendly staff makes eye contact and greets you with salutations, and if you care to make conversation they remember you and your name. As a repeat guest, I can tell you that 85-90 percent of the staff is there the following year.
    The food is one of the things we most look forward too. The chefs at Windjammer are rated the top in the Caribbean. We always purchase the all-inclusive plan, if you intend to drink alcohol it is more than worth the cost. If you don’t drink at all, I would suggest pay as you go. Gratuity is added to the bill automatically, but we usually add an additional percentage to show our appreciation for excellent service.
    Make your reservations, pack your bags and have no worries that you will have a great time.
    See you in November.

    by ForeverOnHoneymoon, 5/21/08

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