The 7 Best Hotel Restaurants in St. Lucia

Jane Zarem | February 02, 2018

Some of the best restaurants in St. Lucia are in hotels. Here are seven hotels where dining—the food, the service, and often the view—is nothing short of perfect, whether you’re a hotel guest or not. Going from north to south:

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Cap Maison

Why it made the list

The Cliff at Cap, the hotel’s alfresco dining room, sits at the edge of a cliff at the northwestern tip of the island. On a clear day—most days—you can see as far as Martinique. At night, it’s one of the most romantic settings on St. Lucia.

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Fond Doux Plantation & Resort

Why it made the list

This is not what you’d call “fine dining,” but Bamboo & Cocoa Pod present the best examples of local cuisine that you’ll find in an island hotel—and much of the ingredients are sourced from the plantation itself.

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Boucan by Hotel Chocolat

Why it made the list

If you love chocolate, Boucan is the place for you. Everything on the menu includes cacao in one form or another—even the cocktails.

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Why it made the list

On a mountain ridge between the Pitons, the iconic view from Dasheene is unbeatable—particularly for cocktails at sunset. But lunch with that view, Sunday brunch accompanied by a local string band, or dinner under the stars are all splendid experiences.

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Capella Marigot Bay

Why it made the list

Enjoy a delicious meal at 14°61° Grill. It overlooks one of the most picturesque bays in the entire Caribbean and the resort’s marina full of megayachts.

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Calabash Cove Resort & Spa

Why it made the list

Windsong, the resort’s alfresco dining porch high on a seaside hillside, has an unobstructed view of the sunset and, later, the twinkling lights of faraway Castries and the starry sky above. Oh, the food is dreamy, too.

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The Body Holiday

Why it made the list

Dine on mouthwatering Asian-Caribbean fusion cuisine at Tao, the fine dining restaurant at this all-inclusive resort. It’s open to the public, but reserve ahead; the restaurant is small, and hotel guests have first dibs.

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