Ratings based on 23 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Los from San Diego
Marigot Beach ClubPosted Oct 27, 2011
Just came back from a trip to St. Lucia. Spent 2 night there, was going to be 3, but our flight got pushed back. We wish we could of have had the 3rd night. The people at the hotel were all really nice and made our stay as comfortable. Guys at the bar were great and would definitely go back. Yes it's a older hotle. But the food prices were better than Rodney bay and we couldn't complain at all. Marina had supermarket, bakery, and bank. Honestly if you're looking to relax and have better access to mid island trips, Peton's. This place was great and my fiance was very very happy in the deluxe beachfront studio. We came from San Diego and were very happy to stay here.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Nice, nothing fancyPosted May 10, 2011 on Hotels.com
We had a great time here. It is not fancy, but it is comfy.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Moose Jaw, SK
Nice location and people - good deal but room needed repairPosted Mar 4, 2010
It is a nice location if you want to SCUBA, or lay on the beach. Room was clean but had a couple of things broken (blinds were broken, you could still manually open and close them but the cord was broken. The closet door latch was also broken). We had a kitchenette which was adequatly equiped but did not have a microwave, had a stove though. There are quite a few stairs to do to get to the room. The free ferry service our hotel provided was not working 2 of the 6 days we were there. The other resort still had theirs working so we were not stranded however we had to pay to go across when I thought our hotel should have paid for us since theirs was down.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from southaven, ms
beautiful little spot w/ a wonderful view!Posted Aug 2, 2007
we truly enjoyed our stay at marigot beach club and dive resort, our room was just the perfect size for the 2 of us who had planned a vacation full of activities etc away from the room. The balcony and view was absolutely beautiful. The menu at doolittle's was nice and they had a differant lunch/dinner special every day that was not over priced but actually very reasonable compared to some of the other restaurants we tried while we were there-we had tried all the restaurants in the bay except one and they were so, so and usually found our way back to doolittles where at least we could get a breeze! The rest of the bay restaurants were tucked pretty far back into the bay and it seemed as if there wasnt any air and you basically just wanted to eat and leave because you were so hot(tho we did go during the off season in july). Doolittle's was refreshing and for the time we traveled seemed to be where everyone else flocked to even if they were staying somewhere else. We enjoyed the staff and management team and the owner had a dear charm all his own. We will return.
Recommendedby Colin from Finzean, Scotland
Great place to relaxPosted May 16, 2007
The accommodation is slightly 'tired' but more than made up for by the fabulous location and the lively bar / restaurant. Live music and locals give a great atmosphere.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from St Louis
Excellent setting, good people.Posted Mar 28, 2007
Thoroughly enjoyed my stay, we hit a few snags when we arrived but everything was fixed by the next morning. Marigot Bay is truly beautiful, accommodation at the cheaper prices is basic but satisfactory. Higher end apartments are very nice indeed. Staff are friendly and helpful - plenty of choice for eating out in the bay and a small supermarket has just opened should you want to cook for yourself. Bank was not open whilst we were there but looked like it was going to be ready very soon. Getting around is easy with a very efficient land taxi service and plenty of people willing to take you up to the more touristy spots or down to the better beaches. Can be expensive for 1 or 2 people, but groups of 4 travel at almost half the price. Everything can be organized from the reception / office. Many things can just be added to your room bill including booking taxis and tours. Swimming pool is just for show. Local beach is small but pleasant, longer and better beaches are a short hop by boat away..
Recommendedby John & Betty from Pittsburgh
Picturesque hotel in a beautiful bay -- full of sailboatsPosted Feb 7, 2007
Marigot Beach Resort is a smaller hotel with clean, beautiful, grounds & beach on one of the most beautiful bays in the Carribean. Over an hour from the airport, it is off the beaten path more intimate than the bigger resorts (which is what we wanted). The lower priced "Deluxe Beach Front Studio" is smaller and in the middle of the building, the higher priced units are on corners with twice the balcony space. The "Full Breakfast" was American style and deliscious. five other resturants ring the Bay, from very expensive to moderate, so there is plenty of opportunity to dine out. The water ferry will take you over for a nominal fee. A 10% service charge is added to all food bills so wait staff tends to be a bit languoruos. There's not much on St.Lucia beyond the beautiful mountainous rainforest. So go there to scuba, snorkel, dine, and sleep in the sun. The all-day sailboat trip to the volcano,waterfall, lunch, and snokeling is a bit of a tourist "cattle drive" -- I don't recomend it. but the less expensive "sunset champaigne cruise for two" is well worth the price.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Great HotelPosted Aug 15, 2006
Located in the beautiful Marigot Bay, this is an amazing hotel. We had a very nice room just above the reception, with a view on the sea and a large balcony. Aircon, nice bathrooms, tv and a fridge. This is the carribean, so insects and mosquitoes will inevitably get into your room even if you are extra careful. Hotel owner and manager is an englishman, ensuring that bacon, sausages and eggs are available for breakfast. Free snorkeling kit is available at reception and the rhum cocktails in the sunset are just to die for. There are scuba diving boats around the bay who will bring you to Anse Chastenay and Piton, great diving spots and natural reserves.
Not Recommendedby John from Sydney
The Fawlty Towers of the CarribeanPosted Jul 31, 2006
This Hotel is struggling to live up to a 3 star rating. As a Business and Leisure traveller I was most disappointed that in the off season the office and therefore the telephone system only operated between 8 AM and 4 PM. This meant no calls to other time zones were possible. The wireless internet was also unserviceable during our 5 day stay and with no dialup available we were out of touch. The management did their best and allowed us to use the office computer. The "Grande Studio" we stayed in was old and tired. The A/C struggled to work and the Refrigerator in the "Fully equipped Kitchen" was not working when we checked in and was replaced. There were minimal items in the kitchen and only two glasses. Great location but on the whole disappointing.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Dallas, TX
Best Property, Exceptional ServicePosted Dec 1, 2005
I had a very trying business trip in the Islands and the owner and staff at the Marigot Beach Club made all the stress go away. The personalized service was exceptional and they were friendly and very accommodating to my business needs. I have stay at other upscale St. Lucian properties but none is better than Marigot Bay.