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Cap Maison

Cap Maison, The North: Rodney Bay to Cap Estate

At a Glance

    Pros

  • private and elegant
  • outstanding service
  • rooftop plunge pools
  • cocktails with a view at the Cliff Bar or surfside at Rock Maison

    Cons

  • a/c in bedrooms only
  • all those steps can make it tough to reach the beach

Cap Maison Review

Prepare to be spoiled by the doting staffers at this intimate villa resort—the luxurious service includes unpacking (if you wish) and a personal butler for any little needs that arise. The property's 22 villas can be configured as up to 49 rooms, junior suites, and oversize (3,000 square feet) villa suites—each with a full kitchen and washer/dryer and most with an amazing view as far as Martinique. The elegant Spanish Caribbean architecture features terra-cotta roof tiles, large private balconies, and huge roof terraces—nine of which have a private plunge pool. A large infinity pool at the edge of the bluff and a smaller pool are available to everyone. All-inclusive and breakfast-only packages are available. French Caribbean cuisine is served at the resort's cliff-top restaurant, Cliff at Cap; the beachside bar and grill, The Naked Fisherman, serves lunch and dinner. For extra pampering, there's a full-service spa and a calming Zen garden. Because the resort is on a seaside cliff, getting down to the beach, a secluded crescent of sand, requires hiking down (and back up) 92 steps. The resort also has a 46-foot, 15-passenger powerboat to take guests on day trips to Soufrière or nearby Martinique, or on honeymoon cruises.

    Hotel Details

  • 10 rooms, 39 suites in 22 villas
  • Rate includes breakfast, all-inclusive, multiple meal plans.

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