Ratings based on 231 Verified Reviews
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.9 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Familiesby A verified traveler from Boston, MA
More than expected!Posted Mar 27, 2017
Pros: The most I liked was the location, the beach was safe and my children had a blast using the two pools and the beach sports.
Cons: My suggestion would be to have shades on the parking spots. We had a rental car and it was too hot and under the sun.
Location: We are a family of five (three kids ages 10-13). We did a lot, Pigeon island is next door, it was great to hike to the fort and the other peak.
Our three bedroom unit with Marina views was amazing. I have to say that I loved the Marina views, the tranquility of our huge terrace offered us a great retreat every night. Sunset was unbelievable. The kitchen was fully equipped and the nearby supermarket gave us enough to cook and stay in all those nights that we just simply wanted to enjoy the wonderful room we had.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
BeautifulPosted Mar 26, 2017
Beautiful surroundings, lovely décor, extremely clean, friendly staff.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Scotland
Good quality hotel/residencePosted Mar 14, 2017
Pros: Accommodation although partly privately owned is well maintained the staff very friendly and helpful, brilliant sea swimming, well maintained beach.
Cons: Food & Drink tended not to be in keeping with the price, probably influenced by the the remote position of the hotel
Location: Remote location but lots of trips available by sea. Good beach activities sailing etc. walking distance to Pigeon Island which great scenery.
We were very happy with the hotel facilities, one problem that surprised us was that there were no two round plug sockets. Excellent beach for swimming and sun bathing. Sadly the accommodation is remote for shopping requiring paid shuttle to Rodney Bay or pricey taxi. Food at Palms was disappointing with slow service but beach restaurant good service Prices for food and beverage based on US Dollars which becomes expensive with our weaker £
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Florida
Beautiful hotel on the beachPosted Mar 10, 2017
The hotel room and grounds were beautiful. We stayed in a 2 bedroom suite marina view with hot tub. Very comfortable. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The beach was perfect. 3 pools on the property, also very nice. We did the hotels sunset cruise. Loved it. There are lots of tours available through the hotel and water sports. The only down side was the food. Veeeery expensive and not good. Plus a ton of taxes are added to the bill. I felt as if i was getting ripped off. You're better off going to the local restaurants. There are some good ones near by. The breakfast buffet was the only half decent food. But even that was not that great. Lots of variety but bad tastes.
Posted Mar 2, 2017 on Hotels
Perfect whether , very nice accommodations, just expensive
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from New York, NY
Nice two bedroom unitPosted Feb 26, 2017
Pros: We like the waterfront staff and experiences. The room was clean and nice. The waterfront staff did a great job managing the panhandlers.
Cons: Our front door was all glass, and we were on street level - felt like everybody walking by could see in...
We traveled with our kids, had a pleasant stay in a two bedroom unit. The beach was nice, the watersports team was great, and we enjoyed the complimentary hobie cat sailing, snorkeling, as well as the reasonably priced wake boarding and tubing.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Guildford, UK
Fabulous spot, luxury and a lovely beachPosted Feb 25, 2017
We had a fantastic stay at The Landings. We were fortunate to get upgraded with an additional bedroom but irrespective the rooms and lounge area are huge and very well done. The resort itself has a beautiful beach, free watersports, pools and high quality food at lunch and dinner. Breakfast was a bit disappointing. The selection was ok but we have experienced much better buffets elsewhere. The hotel itself always felt very quiet. I am not sure it was but it might be because all the apartments are owned and therefore people are there for several weeks to live rather than just sit around the pool etc. The best part of this is that we regularly had one of the pools to ourselves, there was always loungers available and even the other pools weren't too busy. It was busier on the beach but again, always space. The Palms restaurant was excellent (the menu could change more regularly) and the beach restaurants had both a good selection and there were occasional themed buffets. Special mention and praise to the Concierge who were brilliant and so was the tennis coach. We would definitely return!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from NJ
Nice hotel on the beach.Posted Feb 25, 2017
Amazing room with best view of ocean and sunset. Huge rooms (3 bedroom) and amazing balcony. Food was acceptable but not amazing. Limited menu at the restaurants More choices of food and reataurants nearby. Free beach activities (kayak, waveboard) were great.
by A verified traveler from Chicago
ok for areaPosted Feb 20, 2017 on Orbitz
Pros: The facilities such as tennis courts and spa.
Cons: If families with young children could be given one pool to use and adults another and also if the informal restaurant would have an adult only area.
This hotel is ok. It has a very small beach. The big problem is that if you are vacationing with children this is a good place to go. If you are not - forget it. Impossible to use the pools at all - completely dominated by screaming children. Very noisy if you are any where near the pools. We had to keep all doors closed and could not sit out on the patio at all because of the noise. The informal restaurant is difficult to get a quiet table. Children are also sitting at the bar. The reception area is very lovely. The Landings is a very large complex and you have to call for a golf cart to pick you up to go almost anywhere in the complex and this sometimes means waiting .
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Chicago, IL
The Best of St. LuciaPosted Feb 19, 2017
Pros: Safe, spacious with refined/luxurious touches.
Cons: The food was mediocre and drinks were VERY expensive for the quality at $12/USD.
Location: The location was sensational as it was just far enough away from the cities/towns and their overly aggressive vendors/pan- handlers.
Outstanding Accommodations and Facilities complimented by the BEST beach on the Island. Could not be happier with The Landings and felt safe at all times while within the resort walls but unfortunately, we will not be returning to St Lucia due to a few very uncomfortable encounters with aggressive locals. This is our 5th Caribbean Island visited and it is by far the most serene. The Landings provided the BEST resort experience to date but unfortunately is the first that we can say that we would not revisit due to safety concerns.