Advantages Lovely setting, great activities, nice staff
Disadvantages We had to come home!
We travelled to St. Lucia at Easter. As a family with two children (11 and 14) we needed a hotel that would cater for everyones needs. I was particularly looking for one that would let us all share a room as two rooms were too expensive but a lot of hotels classified my daughter as an adult and would not let us book one room.After deliberating for hours I opted for Almond Morgan Bay, I looked on Tripadvisor and there were no really bad reports and Easter in the caribbean is so expensive that we had to rule out a lot of the hotels on price alone. However this did leave me worried that you get what you pay for.
The hotel is set between two hillsides and covers about 22 acres. This gives it a very private feel and it has its own secluded cove. All beaches in St Lucia are officially public but not many locals frequent this one, it is really only hotel residents and the occasional hawker. The beach is just as you imagine for the Caribbean, palm-fringed with lovely warm water that you can walk a long way into. The grounds are beautifully tended with colourful exotic flowers everywhere you turn and cashew nut trees dotted about. The hotel was refurbished in 2005 and we got talking to a couple who had visited prior to that and they said the pool area had been vastly improved.
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