Ratings based on 49 Verified Reviews

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4.7 out of 5
96% of guests recommend
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
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5 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Toronto, Canada

Wedding in Paradise St. Lucia made easy @ Stonefield!!

Posted Oct 23, 2011
Location: Must see: Pigeon Island - about 2 hours drive uphill from Stonefield.
Stonefield gave us a most memorable memory - our wedding in Paradise! Our Jasmine Villa was breathtaking - from our private pool to the kitchenette to the bedroom to the outdoor shower - everything was perfect! The housekeeping - with Thecla and Alex's hospitable service at the restaurant was amazing! Vivi - our pool cleaner made sure that it was done everyday. Our wedding day was super - just a note to the Bamboo Door Spa - they did a good job but maybe we can have it done to solidity; so that the Manicure and Pedicure does not get ruined by ceremony time... I have only good things to say about Stonefield. Ours was a private wedding and we loved every moment of it...!
4 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Charlottesville VA

Stonefield Estates - a St Lucian gem!

Posted May 2, 2011 on Hotels.com
This is a fantastic place to stay in St Lucia. It is not a massive cookie-cutter resort, it feels very private and intimate - perfect for couples or families looking for something special. Such gorgeous views, wonderful villas, and the people could not be nicer. They really take care of you! The girls at the front desk are truly fabulous. The food at The Mango Tree is really quite good, they change the menu every night so you can't possibly get bored. Not too terribly expensive either, though food on St Lucia is more pricey since a lot must be imported. But there is nothing more relaxing than having a glass of wine and watching the sun set near the Pitons from their gorgeous terrace. Most of the villas have kitchens as well, so you can save some money if you wish by making your own meals. They are happy to shuttle you down to the beach, but there is also pool (though on the small side for a resort). And of course most (if not all?) of the villas have individual pools, so you can enjoy a private swim as well. I have stayed at several different places on the island, as a wedding photographer St Lucia is one of hte hot destinations, and I think Stonefield is definitely the best value of all the places I have been. Other hotels like Ladera have similar views for twice the price!
5 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified traveler from Augusta, GA

Can't Wait to Go Back

Posted Apr 18, 2011
St.Lucia is a wonderful island!!!! My husband and I went there for our honeymoon. Stonefield was a wonderful resort, the entire staff was very friendly and helpful. Stonefield is a great resort to stay in for total relaxation, which was much needed after the hustle and bustle of a wedding. The view was wonderful!!!!!! The outdoor shower was also quite different, but i truly enjoyed it. We stayed at the Stonefield for our 1st 2 nights on the island, and then traveled further north for the remainder our our trip. My husband and I are already planning another trip to the island.
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Hilton Head, Is., SC

Posted Mar 14, 2011 on Hotels.com
Throughly enjoyed our stay. Lovely spot and very helpful and friendly staff. We could not have had a better time.
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler from New York, NY

Stonefield Villa - Near all amazing locations

Posted Mar 7, 2011 on Hotels.com
This hotel is located in Souffriere near all the nice beaches. My recommendation would be to land at UVF Airport because it's closer and then rent a car. The hotel villas are very nice though the bed mattress could be a little bit more plush. The private pools and views only add to the experience. The hotel has one restaurant called Mango Tree, which is nice and has amazing views to the sea. Breakfast was inclusives as part of our deal and it was very nice with good options on the menu. Food is expensive, so it helps to do quick groceries and store them in the fridge if you're staying for a long time. Soufriere town is a five minute drive and Eeroline is great for groceries. We had an issue at the restaurannt with too many cats running around and one even jumped on our table. It took the hotel staff about 1 day to get all the cats removed, so the hotel was responsive. In the meantime, they delivered our food at no extra charge to our villa. There are mosquitos in St lucia, so go with mosquito repelent. The staff at this hotel is very nice/helpful and responsive. The hotel is conveniently located near Jalousie beach, Anse Chastnet beach, Sulphur Springs and the Gee's Bon Manje restaurant (all of these should be visited) as part of your stay. Be advised, there is no wireless or TV in the villa but the hotel does give you games and cards to play (it's quite refreshing). Also, the open air showers and the bathroom are amazing. Given that stonefiled villas are set in an open hillside be prepared for a little bit of nightime bird chirping noises. It didn't really bother us. Housekeeping is very deligent about keeping the room clean, making beds ets. In a nutshell, this is a Very Nice hotel and i would recommend it. If you have some extra money to spend, checkout Jade Mountain, Jalousie, Anse Chastnet and Ladera hotel. When you check out of the hotel, be sure to check your bill carefully. At the restaurant, tip is already included as part of the service charge, so don't double tip.
5 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified traveler from Atlanta,GA


Posted Mar 7, 2011
We thouroughly enjoyed our stay here. The view was awesome of Petit Piton. The staff met or exceeded all our expectations. The food was cooked with love, the room was immaculate. (loved the outdoor shower and private plunge pool) I could not think of a more relaxing place to be. No phone or TV but we did not miss them at all. Our villa had its own pool and there was plenty to do nearby. There is a shuttle that will take you down to the beach if you wish or it is a short walk away. We had a car and it was nice to have. We were able to explore at our liesure. DO TAKE SOME BUG SPRAY!!! That is about the only thing negative I could say. There were plenty of friendly kitties to play with. We plan to stay here again. There are plenty of amenities on this part of the island to keep you busy for days! Don't get sucked into one of those resorts on the north end unless you like large crowds. I would highly recommend this for a romantic getaway!
4 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Brazil

One night

Posted Oct 3, 2010
I stayed at the hotel for one evening on a business trip. i found the hotel so peaceful with the beautiful scenery surrounding the place. What a gorgeous place to rejuvenate, and I would definetly go back for another visit.
3 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified traveler from Fort Myers, FL

Very nice, but

Posted Jun 9, 2010
Stonefield is a very nice place with a beautiful view, but with a few updates it could be spectacular. We were there in May and found that the weather was warm and very humid. This would have been okay, but our A/C was not nearly cool enough to make it comfortable. We also wished there were ceiling fans on the deck. There was a nice breeze every once in a while, but not consistent enough so fans would have been great. We would also have liked to have seen more landscaping between the villas to make them more private. Just a little more foliage would have went a long way. We also would have liked the bathroom to have been updated. It was relatively clean, but an update would have made it more comfortable and special. Overall, we enjoyed our stay very much, but we kept thinking how spectacular it could have been with just a few updates. The deck, hammock, private pool and our door showers were our favorites!
5 out of 5
by Jackie from Boston, MA

Stonefield is Great

Posted Apr 18, 2010
Make sure to: 1. Check whether the room has AC - St Lucia is very humid - most rooms have AC but not all 2. Check out activities - the hotel offers all kinds of (mainly) offsite activities but there is a beach down the hill 3. Eat at the restaurant - excellent food and fantastic views 4. Go to the Fire Eaters - Acrobats performance at the restaurant - excellent show 5. For the adventurous, climb Gros Piton - tough hike but rewarding and great views up top