Ratings based on 23 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Atlanta GA
For chocolate loversPosted Jul 21, 2014
We had a phantastic experience at the Hotel Chocolat. A wonderful and unique experience.
for Everyoneby P
My escape from My escape!Posted May 21, 2014
Pros: The attention to detail. If you prefer resort experiences, but on a smaller scale, with intimacy, this is the one.
Cons: Any souvenirs need to be packed in your luggage. Customs and TSA will upset you on the way back.
Location: There are the sulfur springs, the volcano, car rentals, charming people, excursions, the Ladera across the street, and restaurants in the town 10 mins
The Rabot Estate was pictured initially when I decided to go to St Lucia, but I decided on other accommodations. A tour of the Boucan was recommended by the other hotel, and I decided to stay overnight. BLOWN AWAY! The chef was magnificent, the room sterling, and quiet solitude wonderful and cool serenity. The outdoor shower! The history of the chocolate, the island, and the incorporation of it into everything (might have made someone else upset, but I love chocolate!). It was fabulous efficiency.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 28, 2014
Beautiful scenery, ppl, very quiet. Good food but not great. Chocolate fusion should have been better incorporated in the food. Too much of it unfortunately.
for Otherby Phyllis from New Jersey
Relaxing. Fabulous food and staff!Posted Mar 30, 2014
Pros: Location. After taking a tour of different areas where we could have stayed, I was convinced that I had made the best selection.
Cons: I left a comment card at the hotel.
Location: I loved the visit to the Diamond Waterfall and Botanical Garden. My husband also enjoyed visiting the drive in Volcano.
From the minute we entered the hotel property, we felt at home. The staff was amazing! They were gracious hosts! Loved the idea of making the most of being outdoors from sleeping in a room with the outer doors wide open, to stepping out of our room and immediately being outside. The view of the Pitons was one I could never be tired of.
for Couplesby Patrick from London
Tranquil oasis in paradisePosted Mar 28, 2014
Pros: The complimentary items; the layout of the rooms and bathrooms; and at $80 per person, the day snorkelling outing on the Hotel's own boat is a bargain
Cons: The food at the restaurant is first rate. The menu needs a bit more variety or needs to be rotated.
After spending 4 days on the busy North side of the island, we checked in here and felt instantly relaxed. Even without the stunning backdrop of the pitons I would happily stay at this hotel.
for Couplesby Marie from Boston, MA
Amazing tripPosted Mar 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
Everything about the hotel was great. The food was amazing, the room was perfect, the front desk staff was very helpful with reservations and organizing activities. We had planned on renting a car so we could travel to the beach and around the island but cancelled at the last minute, which was a good decision. The hotel has a free shuttle to the beach once a day and we found that cabs were a better alternative to get anywhere else. We ate at a few different hotels while we were on the island and found the food and service to be far better at Hotel Chocolat than anywhere else.
by A from PA
A bit disappointedPosted Mar 19, 2014
Pros: chocolate tour, the chocolate, complimentary water and snack of the day, hotel grounds, close to things
Cons: Staff seemed a bit unhappy (maybe just me misreading the culture). The pool (was plain and cold), shower (hot water was not hot enough).
Location: Beautiful. The Pitons, the sulfur springs, other smaller/easier hikes, the Ladera (for dinner), was easy to book outings through the hotel. the beach
Definitely do at least one dinner and the bean to bar (bear to tree and tree to bar) chocolate tour. The pool was small and cold. Hot water was not very hot at all in the shower. The room was nice. They had games to play in the lounging areas which was very nice. But overall the hotel and small and too quiet for me. No night life at all, no hot tub, cold pool, etc. Most of the food was good but food at the ladera seemed better. The staff was nice but seemed kind of indifferent. It was just not as good as I was hoping for.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Amazing!Posted Mar 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
The luxe lodge accomodations were fantastic, with amazing views. The restaurant was fabulous, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert...especially dessert. And the service was incredibly friendly and attentive. I will definitely go back!
for Couplesby Angela from England
treat for chocolate loversPosted Mar 11, 2014
Pros: more or less everything, friendly and proactive staff
Cons: maybe more comfortable seating in room
Location: good walks, stunning views, transport to beach,
great design, tranquil, excellent food, romantic and lots of style
for Couplesby Gareth from Cardiff
Amazing Hotel!!!Posted Feb 23, 2014
Pros: Everything. Stay in one of only 14 rooms with your own slice of paradise.
Cons: Directions for walks around the plantation could be better if being picky.
Location: Lots to do including the Gros Piton climb, sunset cocktails at Ladera, explore the cocoa plantation and make your own chocolate with Cuthbert
Took my partner here for a special Birthday and the whole experience from start to finish was amazing. Friendly staff, beautiful rooms, great food and a view to die for, this is one very special place. Stayed in both a regular lodge and lux lodge, both equally fantastic.