Ratings based on 232 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 24, 2015
If you are a foodie, this resort is not for you. Very overpriced for the quality of food that you are served. Also, be prepared to be overwhelmed by bugs. A bug repellent is absolutely necessary to bring when dining at the resort. If you love Snorkeling, make sure you bring your own gear as the equipment at the resort is not the best.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from sonoma california
Vacation with my DaughterPosted Jun 19, 2015
Relaxing, breathtaking views, beautiful smiles from the staff , very accommodating - seemed to anticipate our needs. The staff helped to organize a a birthday surprise at the beach restaurant for my daughter. The staff also had wonderful recommendations of what to do locally. I've been home for over a week now and miss the friendly St Lucian staff of Ti Kaye... Especially Anselma =)
for Couplesby Sean from Indianapolis
Highly recommendedPosted Jun 14, 2015 on Hotels
On our way to Ti Kaye from the airport we were very discouraged by the long mountainous winding roads. Upon our arrival we quickly notified Merline the manager on duty that we might not stay but will take a look at the room. She smiled and said "ok no problem" she gave us some tamerind (a local drink no alcohol) which was very refreshing,we were then asked by a very polite young man named Misha if we would like to walk or be driven to our room. We chose to be driven as we were very tired. Upon arriving a very short distance up a slight incline we were on one accord and immediately changed or minds as we both said "were staying ". The view was breathtaking and the room was so homelike and the shower was truly lovely and different as there is no roof with flowers and plants Inside around it.the water has hot and cold settings and all the water is filtered and treated at the resort so it all drinkable. After breakfast most couples went on a tour of some kind but we mostly went back to our beautiful room with our exquisite view of the ocean laid in our hammock took a nap and such. we did attend the local fish fry which was happens every Friday. We also went on the land and sea tour with Christian the tour guide,he knew so much and made the trip so exciting and informative that we all just felt compelled to tip him. The staff are polite profess pans helpful Its a great place for a honeymoon or just to get away from it all.
by A verified traveler from Florida
Horrible hotel located in the junglePosted Jun 2, 2015
We booked this trip through Expedia, for our honeymoon and we were shocked how BAD this place is and how they recieve such high reviews. After making it down the jagged hill, we arrived and guest services greet us and they said they would be providing us a welcome drink. They take us down stairs to the bar which is poorly vented and very hot room and wait 45 minutes for the server. We ended up purchasing 3 sandwiches at 18 USD the sandwiches were very small proportioned and we're not provided a welcome drink and instead had to pay for our tea. Guest services greets us again and takes up the hill to our room. We find out that to the beach from the resort is 400 something steps downhill, the guest pool is a big as a crock pot, Nats and flies are all in the room, outlets, the air conditioner unit is a joke. And we find out that the shower is outside, so if you like to sweat and shower at the same time this is the place. Not to forget the awful water pressure. The rooms do not provide any privacy, as the wooden shutters when closed are the only privacy my wife and I could get. After a few hours My wife and I couldn't take it anymore, we requested to be moved but to only be told that they will not accommodate us since we just arrived. Service is below par and the accommodations are extremely poor. That night we booked the rest of our trip elsewhere at another resort. "If you like the jungle and poor service this is the place."
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Knoxville, TN
Amazing ResortPosted May 29, 2015
Pros: I loved the setting overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the private feel of the beach, and the option to stay in a private cottage.
Cons: Heavier window coverings would be appreciated to block out the very bright sunlight that starts about 5:30 AM and makes sleeping close to impossible.
Location: There really isn't anything close to the resort, but I found that to be part of its charm. Hire a car service if you want to explore.
I booked this resort because I thought it looked like a romantic and special place to celebrate my 40th birthday and recharge after a very stressful year, with a more authentic Caribbean vibe than the more Americanized resorts. I have traveled a lot, and I have experienced a wide variety of hospitality (or lack thereof), but I have to say, the staff at Ti Kaye were, overall, the most attentive, friendly, polite, and provided the best service experience I have had to date. My husband and I cannot say enough good things about the staff, the location, the exclusive feel of the resort due to its remote cliff-side location and the view this provides, the delicious food, the amazing wine selection, the cleanliness of our cottage and the resort as a whole, and what a great time we had. Definitely take the land and sea tour, especially if you are interested in seeing more of the island and learning about its history and culture. We WILL be back!
for Couplesby A verified traveler from London
A great place to spend a quiet couple of weeksPosted May 23, 2015
Pros: Waking up to birds tweeting & having a fresh coffee on our terrace overlooking the sea. A relaxing stay with the ability to explore the island.
Cons: Buffet option for dinner on one night was great, perhaps more often. Dry season so pool area grass not good, maybe some improvement here.
Location: Resort is quite remote. Transfers, car hire (recommend advance booking) or via water taxi to other areas. Beach was great and a short kayak to others.
We wanted a resort away from the normal tourist areas. Ti Kaye was the perfect place for this. Staff were all very friendly, the mix of rustic charm and good standards worked for us.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Rockland, NY
Better than we expectedPosted May 17, 2015
My husband and I stayed at Ti Kaye Resort and Spa for our 10 year anniversary. We really loved and enjoyed our stay. Dining is first class! The staff was always helpful and friendly. The resort is beautiful, quiet, and you get complete privacy.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from North Carolina
Wonderful Couples GetawayPosted May 9, 2015
Pros: The cottages are very private, perfect for couples!
Location: Snorkeling is wonderful just from the beach.
We had a wonderful week at Ti Kaye to celebrate an anniversary. Everything from Check-in to Check-out was easy. The cottages are wonderful and private, the beach is beautiful with great snorkeling, and the staff was always attentive to our needs. The excursions were great, but could have been improved. We did Zip Line Canopy Tour (felt very rushed as we joined with a tour from Sandals) and the Sea & Land Tour (which included a trip to the drive in volcano, but did not include actually going into the Sulfur baths). The wine tasting experience at Ti Kay is well worth it. Cleus, the Sommelier, was extremely knowledgeable and was a great host. Overall the resort was exactly what we wanted and would certainly recommend it to friends.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Ti Kaye Resort, St Lucia April 2015Posted May 8, 2015 on Hotels
beautiful, friendly resort-management & staff level, nice beach for relaxing, swimming & snorkeling, good excursions available
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Rehoboth, DE
Couples' ParadisePosted Apr 13, 2015
Pros: Open air villas, snorkeling and sunset swims from the beach, the view, and most importantly, the staff.
Cons: The roads. Roads are curvy and drivers are aggressive. If you like driving go carts competitively, I suggest renting a car. It's fun!
Location: Snorkel @ good reef beaches, climb Gross Piton (only if in good shape), have dinner @ Indian/Asian restaurant in Marigot Bay, rent a car and discover
The roads to and from the airport are quite exhilarating (for many, not in a good way) and the access road to Ti Kaye is even worse. Your road frustrations, however, only help to emphasize the WOW factor once you walk through the lobby. The cliff views are incredible, the villas are quaint, the restaurant is wonderful, the beach is beautiful and the employees (above all) are fantastic! If you are looking for a little love, this is the place. The reefs off the beach provide excellent snorkeling/scuba. In fact, most of the west coast resorts bring their guests to the fringes of your beach to enjoy. The restaurant and villas are built into the cliff face and the views are extraordinary. All villas are open air (i.e. no screens/open doors) and the shower is outside. Given the blend with nature, I was unsure as to whether my wife would enjoy. I was wrong! Great trip!