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Calabash Cove a small luxury gem at St Lucia


Calabash Cove resort

Calabash Cove is a romantic hideaway with tropical gardens looking out over the ocean of St Lucia. Combining luxury and comfort in all of the 26 suites and cottages. Swim-up junior suites have steps down into the resort's infinity pool, water’s edge cottages are complete with private plunge pools, and sunset ocean view junior suites have private balconies with stunning views.


sunset at the beach front cottage of Calabash Cove resort

After an hour's drive from the airport or dancing over the bobble roads we arrived at Calabash Cove resort were we warmly welcomed by the security and the front desk. We get around tour in the resort and checked in our cottage with a private swimming pool. I quickly changed my clothes and gotta jump in the pool. Arrived in a small paradise with beautiful views everywhere. A dream location for a photographer there is so many sweet spots around.


Picnic at beachfront

Calabash Cove resort St Lucia

One of the best views on the island, count the sailboats across the bay or the stars in the evening Calabash Cove is a small luxury gem hidden in the jungle of St Lucia with luxury beachfront cottages. A huge swimming pool with sun deck, a restaurant with the most beautiful views around, a library, cottages with sea views and a private pool, all-inclusive formula with some of the best food the island can provide all fresh prepared this is the perfect honeymoon destination.


Swimming pool with bar looking out over the ocean

Calabash Cove is one of the most popular all-inclusive St Lucia hotels, offering old Caribbean charm. The Windsong Restaurant is an excellent place to get a taste of St. Lucia; every meal incorporates the West Indies in one way or another. A unique offering amongst all-inclusive St Lucia hotels. A perfect place to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.


Many spots to relax

St. Lucia is known for its exotic flowers, luscious plants, and breathtaking trees, all of which can be seen in the Cove Gardens. There are numerous places throughout the gardens for you to rest or take a picnic in the many different sights and sounds that are native to St. Lucia. From the local birds to the sound of leaves rustling in the warm breeze, the Cove Gardens are a space you will retreat to time after time during your stay.


private plunge pool at the beachfront cottage

Tucked away on a gently sloping hillside, overlooking Bonaire Bay on the northwest coast of St Lucia, Calabash Cove Resort & Spa has been perfectly designed to complement its natural surroundings. Calabash Cove’s fine dining restaurant, Windsong, allows guests to enjoy a fusion of international and Creole cuisine. Reputed to be one of the best restaurants on the island.

With just 26 rooms Calabash Cove never feels crowded. You will get to know the staff well during your stay. Make sure to opt for the all-inclusive package so that you can enjoy all of the food and drinks on offer completely carefree.


breakfast with a view

Calabash Cove Resort is designed so that all of the rooms have a view of the Sea. Rooms come complete with four-poster beds, while guests face the tough choice between swim-up junior suites, with direct access to the swimming pool, or waters edge cottages, complete with a private plunge pool. We stayed in one of the spacious, waters edge cottages, with a view that felt never boring, we enjoyed every sunrise and sunset in front of our cottage.


we joined the sunset every day

Staying at one of the best all-inclusive resorts in St Lucia makes you smile every day. It’s one of those places where you can just completely forget about everything and enjoy your time.

The spa is close to the pool area, but you can also choose to have your treatments anywhere around the resort we did a lovely massage during sunset looking out over the ocean well the sun sets down. At the beach, there are free activities like kayaking, snorkeling or paddle boarding available at any time right from the beach.


Lunch by the pool

The friendly, atmosphere is absolutely Caribbean, as is the freedom to set your own pace, you can lounge by one of the hotel's sweetwaters infinity edge pools, relax on the beach or set off and explore this amazing island. Calabash Cove is within easy reach of Bonne Terre Tropical Gardens, Reduit Beach, and Pigeon Island National Park.

For those looking for more entertainment then Rodney Bay Village, which is considered the island's top shopping location with numerous restaurants, bars, nightclubs, excellent specialty shops, and supermarkets, is only 5 minutes away.


Calabash Cove resort

Tip:

Even if you don't stay at the Calabash you can enjoy some amazing sunsets in the restaurant




Calabash Cove resort

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