Ratings based on 148 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Anoop from Edison, NJ
Anse Cochan's treasurePosted Oct 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
If you are looking for a secluded, peaceful and beautiful to spend your days and nights; Its Ti Kaye. You get to have you own small house which overlooks the tranquil Caribbean. The service crew is amazing with special mention of the Chef who dished some remarkable vegan foods on request. Getting to the resort through that infamous unmarked dirt road is an adventure of its own, though driving on own after sunset can be tricky. The climb down to the beach from the hotel is beautiful in its own way too. The best part is the locals on the beach who will interact with you but will not push you to buy their stuff. Overall, a remarkable experience.
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for Couplesby Katja from Ashburn, VA
Perfect romantic get-awayPosted Sep 16, 2013
Pros: it was very romantic, very private. The rooms are amazing, the view breathtaking.
Cons: The food was extremely expensive and the selection very small for picky eaters like me. Some of the staff was not as friendly as I hoped they would be
Location: There was not much to do near by. However, the resort offered a good selection of excursions. The resort itself offers beach, pool, spa, kayak.
My husband and I just spent a week at this resort and it was pretty much exactly what we were looking for; a small intimate resort where the staff greets you by name in the morning. We spent the whole week relaxing and enjoying the beautiful landscape and the perfect warm and calm water. It was great to wake up in the morning, open my eyes and see a perfect view of the cove with its crystal clear water. While I was worried about using an outdoor shower at first, I ended up loving it a lot and miss it now that I'm back home. The hotel is very secluded and nothing for party animals. After you finish dinner around 7 or 8, there is not really anything else to do. there is a bar but every time we went there it was pretty empty. Good time to read a book and enjoy more down time away from our stressful lives back home. As the cove has one of the clearest spots for snorkeling around the island, it could get a little busier on the beach on some of the days. many other resorts and the cruise ships bring their guests over via boat for day trips but most of them stayed away from the private resort beach.
for Couplesby Jessi & Kevin
Ti Kaye was amazing!!!Posted Aug 27, 2013
Pros: The room was perfect, the out door shower relaxing, the plunge pool was fntastic, the food was amazing!
Cons: The only negative was the beach vendors... The were very annoying!!!!
We stayed at Ti Kaye for 5 nights and wish that we could have stayed longer. From the moment we arrived we were catered to. Our room was amazing! The view from our little pool was breath taking. The food was comperable to a 5 star restaraunt. The staff was so pleasant.. If you are looking for a quiet resort to connect with your partner then Ti Kaye is the perfect place!
for Everyoneby jeannine from natick,ma
Nice ResortPosted Aug 16, 2013
Pros: Spa, view, room,staff was wonderful. Snorkeling right at he beach.
Cons: Food, the rad you have to walk on to get to your room.
Location: Nothing near by..everything 1and 1/2 hours away by cab. 45 minutes to some places by boat.
Nice resort but you can't go anywhere else. It's more for honeymooners rather than a family of four. It's and 1and 1/2 to go anywhere else. The sand on the beach is hot,hot,hot. They don't tell you that. Dinner is very expensive and just once in awhile you want a burger and fries for dinner, nope. The restaurant down by the beach is only open from noon til 4pm and they serve burgers. The one you eat at for dinner opens at 6:30pm, we at early eaters. Breakfast doesn't start until 8:00am, too late for my husband. The place is gorgeous and quiet, but not for us.
for Couplesby Kyle and Jess from Honeymoonville
Great week of relaxationPosted Aug 6, 2013
We enjoyed every part of our Ti Kaye experience. We took someone's advice and stopped on the way from the airport to pick up some grocery essentials. The room was awesome! All villas had great views of the Ti Kaye cove. There were great activities to do including snorkeling, sight seeing, and fish fries (just be careful what you eat!).
for Couplesby Heather
Ti KayePosted Aug 2, 2013
Pros: Staff, location, amenities, food. Kayaking and snorkeling were outstanding.
Cons: I understand people like different kinds of beds, but maybe offering some different pillow types and an option for a mattress pad would help!
Location: Visit Orlando's restaurant in Soufriere, and go sailing with Jus'Sail! Find some waterfalls, and take time to zip line!
We loved our stay at Ti Kaye! The food and staff were incredible, and I have rarely stayed at a cleaner facility. The spa was excellent, and the layout was wonderful for an active couple! (Lots of walking, stairs and hills.) The beach was beautiful, as well. One of my favorite features of the beach (besides the fresh food, and excellent service) is the security gards. Ti Kaye has their own security guys that are full of helpful info AND make sure that your belongings are secure when you go out for a swim. (And do go out - kayaks and snorkeling are both great!) Renting a car was a perfect option for us as it let us get out and explore at a reasonable rate. We could have done taxis, but we didn't really know what we wanted to do when, so the flexibility was great for us. Just know, they drive on the Left and the roads are very twisty. The ONLY complaint we have about Ti Kaye is the extremely firm beds. If you like a firm bed, you will love the ones here. If you do not, you may not sleep very well. On the plus side, it was an excellent excuse to visit the spa a few extra times! Overall, very romantic and enjoyable. We would recommend this to some friends - but Ti Kaye is not for everyone! We may stay there again, if they offer a mattress pad or something for the beds. Again though, you can't beat the location and the resort itself!
for Couplesby J & M from The Woodlands, TX
Great Place for Couples, Check for Lobster SeasonPosted Jul 29, 2013
Pros: The rooms, the view, the beach, the food. All were great. The staff was friendly. It's a small resort with less than 40 rooms. 5 star resort to us
Cons: I don't think there's anything that can be done about it but there are a lot of steps to the beach. That's St Lucia. Great views but stairs.
Location: Snorkeling in the Bay at the hotel. Also, make sure to visit the Volcano, Mud Bath, and Water Fall. The SPA at the resort is great.
Ti Kaye Village was great. I highly recommended it for couples that want to reconnect and spend some time together. We had a cottage with a plung pool for 5 nights. We never heard another person or guest while at the cottage. Bring an under water camera and do some snorkeling while your there. It costs $10 per person per day for snorkel equipment at the dive shop. The bay right in front of Ti Kaye had the best snorkeling on the island. Schools of small squid on the left side. We don't recommend the Friday Night Fish Fry in town unless it's Lobster Season. Find out before you go. You can't eat Lobster in St Lucia unless it's in season. Air Conditioning worked well with the shutters closed. We would open up the doors to the bay early in the morning to just lay in bed and look at the ocean. Also, bring some ear plugs in case the noise of the birds and crickets bother you at night. I put ear plugs in but my wife loved to listen to it at night.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Great for exclusive honeymoon'ers.Posted Jul 29, 2013
Cons: meals were expensive"! London prices
lovely resort on a lovely part of the island. Only real criticism I have is around the cost of meals which were very expensive and the meal plans did not bring down the cost but seemed more to provide convenience to the resort itself (eg so they could plan for your meals - which is understandable but I'd expect a discount for commitment).