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Sandals Halcyon Beach St. Lucia

At a Glance


  • all the Sandals amenities in a more intimate setting
  • lots of dining and activity choices
  • exchange privileges (including golf) at two other Sandals properties


  • it's Sandals, so it's a theme property that's not for everyone
  • and it's small, so book well in advance

Sandals Halcyon Beach St. Lucia Review

This is the most intimate and low-key of the three Sandals resorts on St. Lucia; like the others, it's beachfront, all-inclusive, for couples only, and loaded with amenities and activities. And it's just 10 minutes north of downtown Castries. Learn something new—perhaps sailing, windsurfing, or waterskiing—or just enjoy the sea and any of the three pools. Take a break and play a game of croquet, table tennis, or billiards. There are four restaurants: Bayside serves three meals daily, inside or outside. Beach Bistro serves grilled specials and snacks all day long. Mario's specializes in northern Italian cuisine. And The Pier, which is perched on a 150-foot pier on the waterfront, is the place to go for seafood. Then, of course, there are five bars—always good places to meet and greet new friends. Still looking for something to do? An hourly shuttle connects the sister properties, so you can stay at one—but play (and eat) at three. And low-rise architecture is entirely friendly to the physically challenged.

    Hotel Details

  • 169 rooms.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
Updated: 02-28-2014

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