St. Lucia: Decision on Accomodations

Old Nov 13th, 2009, 01:22 PM
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St. Lucia: Decision on Accomodations

My fiance and I are trying to decide between Calabash Cove and Ti Kaye for our Honeymoon. We've looked on TripAdvisor and realize they are very similar botique hotels, but we are still having trouble deciding between the two. The good snorkeling at Ti Kaye is appealing (not sure how the snorkeling is at Calabash), but the idea of party boats and other trips taking over the area at Ti Kaye is a concern. We are just trying to see if anybody could offer any direct comparisons, or has any additional information on either of the hotels. We realize we might not get many responses considering how new Calabash Cove is, but figured we would ask anyway. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Old Nov 19th, 2009, 07:50 PM
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We honeymoon at Ti-Kaye a few years back. This resort is paradise in all ways. The accommodation, beach, staff, entertainment, you name it, was like a dream come true. We were treated with royalty from the moment we set foot till we depart. It was rather enchanting. We felt like time stopped while we were there. Thanks to serenity vacations, who recommended Ti-kaye for us and encoraged us to choose this resort. You may call tol free at 1866-766-0794 for more in formation on both resorts. St. Lucia was totally amazing you won't regreat a momment spent.
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Old Nov 23rd, 2009, 04:22 PM
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We got married at Ti-Kaye in April 2009, stayed two weeks and loved it. I agree with Progress, they really do make you feel special. The place is small enough where they remember your name and take the time to make your vacation, wedding, honeymoon - as special as it can be. Not once did we feel like tourists....we felt, really at home. It was quiet, peaceful, and the attention to detail and hospitality were second to none. Enjoy!
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Old Jan 24th, 2010, 03:11 PM
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Thanks for the replies. As good as the reviews are on Ti Kaye, I do not think we will be staying here... it is a bit pricey for the AI package which does not include alcohol. We are still considering other hotels/resorts on St. Lucia if anybody has any futher opinions - we are still very interested in Calabash Cove and possibly East Winds Inn as well.
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Ti Kaye was sweet, very pretty. "But", if I were to honeymoon in St.Lucia I'd definately be near what helps makes St Lucia famous...The Pitons! Why not look at Anse Chastenet, Ladera, Stonefield Estate Villas.....???
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