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Als u nog twijfelt tussen een verblijf in het meer toeristische noorden van het eiland of de idyllische westkust, behoort een combinatie van beide ook tot de mogelijkheden.

Ti Kaye Resort & Spa

Een romantisch resort, ver weg van de bewoonde wereld, op een tropisch begroeide berg met een magnifiek uitzicht over de baai en het strand. Het strand onder aan de berg is alleen toegankelijk via de trap van het hotel. Vlak voor de deur ligt het ‘huisrif’, een uitstekende duik- en snorkellocatie. Een bijzondere accommodatie om met uw partner te genieten van een welverdiende vakantie!

Vanaf € 133,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Pergolas op het strand
  • Ocean View Cottage
  • Ocean View Cottage met zwembad
Pergolas op het strand Ocean View Cottage Ocean View Cottage met zwembad


Pergolas op het strand
Ocean View Cottage

Ocean View Cottage met zwembad

Over Ti Kaye Resort & Spa

Our favorite
Het zwembad met zonneterras bevindt zich te midden van een tropische tuin, waar het lekker luieren is onder de palmbomen, die u een heerlijke schaduw verschaffen. Ook de tweepersoonshangmat op uw balkon is hiervoor zeer geschikt. Het hotel heeft 2 restaurants: een openlucht restaurant en een direct aan het strand met uitkijk over de zee. Bij het resort bevindt zich een watersportcentrum en ook de mooie Kai Koko Spa. Dit hotel is een goed bewaard gebleven geheim, nog niet door iedereen ontdekt. ‘Ti kaye’ betekent ‘klein huis’ in het patois, het lokale dialect; uw cottage, of ‘klein huisje’ biedt in elk geval alle rust en privacy voor een ontspannen vakantie. Er is gratis WiFi beschikbaar. De bungalows heel open en natuurlijk opgezet, zodat deze volledig in het landschap opgaat.


  • romantiek
  • wifi
  • rust en natuur
  • stijl en design

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Als u nog twijfelt tussen een verblijf in het meer toeristische noorden van het eiland of de idyllische westkust, behoort een combinatie van beide ook tot de mogelijkheden.

Ti Kaye Resort & Spa
St. Lucia
v.a. € 133 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Boek een Cottage met privé zwembad en geniet van de prachtige uitzicht op het Caraïbische zee!


Ocean View kamer
Kamer met een king of een queen bed. De kamers hebben een tropische inrichting en voorzien van airco, plafondventilator, klamboe, koelkastje, koffiezetapparaat, telefoon, kluisje, strijkfaciliteiten, wc, badkamer met buitendouche, balkon met hangmat en zeezicht.

Oceanview Cottage
De cottages zijn minder hoog gelegen dan de kamers, maar hebben ook een tropische inrichting. Verder zijn ze ook voorzien van airco, plafondventilator, klamboe, koelkastje, koffiezetapparaat, telefoon, kluisje, strijkfaciliteiten, wc, badkamer met buitendouche, balkon met hangmat en zeezicht.

Oceanview Cottage met privé zwembad
Deze cottages zijn hoger gelegen en hebben een eigen zwembad. De inrichting is gelijk aan de ander type kamers: airco, plafondventilator, klamboe, koelkastje, koffiezetapparaat, telefoon, kluisje, strijkfaciliteiten, wc, badkamer met buitendouche, balkon met hangmat en zeezicht.


Aan de westkust van het eiland. Ongeveer 80 minuten rijden van Hewanorra International airport.

Aantal kamers



• 2 Restaurants
• Zwembad
• Spa
• Gratis WiFi


• Excursies
• Boottochten
• Walvisspotten
• Duikschool
• Kajakken
• Beachvolleybal

Het vulkanische eiland St. Lucia is bergachtiger dan de meeste andere Caribische eilanden. Hierdoor is een vakantie St. Lucia net even anders dan anders.

"3 resort holiday - TiKaye our favourite "

Nearly faultless ! We arrived by sea taxi onto the little pier which was a little exciting on a day with a fair sea swell ! Within a couple of minutes Fred was there with transport for ourselves and cases up the steep road to reception. Welcome drinks in the lounge with beautiful ocean view made a lasting first impression . The individual bungalows are beautiful with the unusual outside showers which are an experience under the stars with the tree frogs singing . The resort is well planned and maintained . The air conditioned lounge bar is built into the cliff with steps up into the dining room . It's very smart and run by Keegan who is knowledgable about all drinks . The all inclusive drinks menu is excellent with Torres red and white wine , a pleasant French bubbly and rose from Rioja . However at dinner staff training could be improved with wine service as it's really nice to drink wine with food and too often wine arrived after you had finished your dish ! Mostly this is simple geography as the wine comes from the bar - solution keep the house wines in the restaurant or ask the guest if they wish a bottle on table ? Food was excellent from a very good French chef . Our seafood evening in the beach restaurant was the most disappointing but that was the only one . The small supplement for some cooked dishes at breakfast was petty and really unnecessary for the price you are already paying . The snorkelling was fabulous with a huge variety of fish and we even saw a large St.Lucian sea snake ( eel) ! The bay is very popular with boat trips and although each one doesn't stay for long there are a lot of boats coming and going. Beach service is very good - the beach really should be tidied up / cleaned of debris - this is the norm in nearby resorts. Finally the staff are all friendly and helpful and the ambience of this resort is very good.

"Exceeded All Expectations"

When deciding where to spend our 25th anniversary, my wife and I decided on St. Lucia, an island we'd briefly visited before on a cruise. We were looking for something nice, affordable and quiet. We settled on Ti Kaye Resort & Spa. It is difficult to describe how beautiful this place is. It is very secluded, taking 90 minutes to get there from the international airport. Further, it is built into a mountain side that you can only get to by a very bumpy and winding road, but when you get there, the views are breathtaking. After having been driven by Christian (and given an impromptu tour and history lesson) we were met by Jennifer who welcomed us warmly and gave us an orientation to the property. Fred then drove us to our bungalow. This was the first surprise in that I thought we had a room in the main facility, but it turns out that each room is it's own private bungalow, some with an adjoining bungalow, some freestanding and some with small private pools. There are 33 of them which makes this a very intimate experience without the crowds and traffic of many other island resorts. During our time, just 15 were occupied, though they were between higher occupancies experienced during the first of December and expected later in the month. The grounds consist of well maintained natural vegetation. Native flowering plants, palm and fruit bearing mango trees are just off our balcony, framing our amazing view of the Caribbean sea. The staff is very friendly and professional. EVERYONE is sure to greet you and ask if you are enjoying. Thinking that they have all had Disney training in customer service, I asked the manager and she replied, "we don't give them any service training. It is just who they are." They are amazing. The resort also offers excursions. We took advantage of the north tour to Castries and the south tour to Soufrier. The south is to be preferred in that it included views of the Pitons, the drive in volcano, and the botanical gardens. Fortunate enough again to have Christian as our guide, he took us to a local spot where we enjoyed local cuisine for a surprising $10 per person. Though I would not call these negatives, just information, the wifi is a bit slow if you are the type to want to maintain connections. If you do not have a minimum level of mobility, the stairs to some bungalows could be challenging. The beach is about 150 yards long, is open to the many excursions that come to the area from cruise ships (and the noise they bring) and consists of grey sand due to the volcanic mixture. Further, it is 160 steps down to the beach from the resort and the grade is steep. Fortunately, you only need call for the bell hop who will drive down to pick you up and transport you back to the resort reception (or even your bungalow). The open air concept (discussed later) does expose you to the sounds of singing frogs all night and flying bugs can be a problem, but they do provide lotions and candles made of citronella. Also, be advised that because of the secluded nature of the resort, there is no ability to walk down the street or readily catch a cab to experience restaurants and night life. We were told when we came in that we would need to arrange a cab 24 hours in advance. We were fine with sticking close to the resort (except for the two excursions), but that does limit you to the food offerings they have available. Speaking of the food, it is very good but pricey. The menus include vegetarian options and several items from which to choose, but again, it is not cheap. Our food bill was nearly equivalent to the accommodation cost for 5 days and we only had one alcoholic beverage each during the whole week. Concerning the bungalow, it is fantastic. A porch with two rocking chairs and a hammock greet you. Once in the room, a king sized bed with mosquito netting, a refrigerator and walk in closet are wonderful features. There is the ability to open window slats for an open air feel throughout the space. This can all be closed up and the AC turned on if that is more comfortable. The bathrooms are filled with amenities like liquid chocolate mint soaps, conditioners, shampoos, etc. Just off the bathroom is the open air shower that must be experienced to be believed. The walls are 8 ft high so there is no concern about privacy but you are certainly underneath the open sky. Once while showering, it began to briefly rain. It was a fantastic experience. Each shower features a garden within it. As the title says, this resort and all that has been shared, exceeded all expectation. If you are looking for peace, serenity, quiet and amazing service and beauty, give Ti Kaye a try.

"Some really good, some things to think about...."

Overall this is a lovely resort, especially if you want to stay there and enjoy the best snorkeling I have ever experienced! (Seriously, the snorkeling was better than the diving!) They have 2 restaurants that are very nice but expensive, plan on spending $150 or more per day at the restaurants or do the all inclusive option if you drink more than a glass of wine. The cottages are very nice and fairly private, outdoor showers are awesome and the resort is very green. We stayed in a standard cottage and then upgraded to a cottage with it's own plunge pool for a few days. They were the same except that the plunge pool cottage had an area to lay in the sun. Plunge pool was nice but chilly (or refreshing.) Things to be aware of... beds are very very firm. We asked about it and they were able to find a mattress topper that made it ok, but if you sleep on your side, your arms will be asleep by morning. We woke up sore every morning. (we are mid-30's to mid-40's and active) Also be aware of 165 steps to the beach... not bad, because it makes the cliff views from the cottages and keeps the beach private. Plan when you go down to be there for the duration, not very easy to run back to the cottage. And finally, the road... the roads in St. Lucia, especially in this area are challenging. Very narrow, driving on the left side of the road, and deep rain culverts on the edge with wild dogs running around. We rented a car which was better for us because we wanted to explore, however we ended up not driving as much because of the rock and rut trail that leads to the resort. It is hard to call it a road, very steep, rocky and rutted... it is 8 minutes of hell to get in or out of the resort. But again, this keeps it very private. We did it in a small rental car and miraculously did not puncture a tire. The clearance was fine, it was the tires we worried about. We ended up staying at the resort more than planned but that was ok because it was a great place to completely relax. The complementary breakfast was excellent. There were menu hot options available, but we ate from the breakfast bar. Yogurt in little glass jars, many natural toppings, granola, bakery items, breads and small other options. The best part was the homemade juices... a dozen blends of fresh juice combinations to mix and match. I don't drink much juice at home, but the orange ginger, combined with pineapple or passion fruit was the best!!

"A very nice place to chill out."

This was our second trip to St Lucia having been in other parts in 2015. Just returned from 10 days at Ti Kaye on an AI package and a very relaxing time. It's a really nice place with lovely views of the Caribbean and very peaceful. We enjoyed our room with a lovely view and it was great sitting on the balcony reading the paper and doing the crossword (online version). The hotel team make the place and everyone we saw and met had a warm smile and went out of their way to be welcoming, friendly and helpful. The size of the resort also enabled getting to know many of the staff by name and their commitment to the guest satisfaction highly commendable. The food and service was very good throughout and the beach restaurant great at lunchtimes. If you're looking for somewhere to just relax then a very good choice of venue and you'll be very well looked after. The snorkelling in the bay is very good and best in the morning with good sunlight. We used the kayaks on a few occasions and even had a marathon trip to Marigot Bay and back which will definitely test your upper body strength and a real challenge. Also take note of the ~165 steps up from the beach which others have mentioned which are steep and get the heart rate up. I personally think however 4-5 days would have been be a good length of time for us to stay and admit that for us as normally pretty active people 10 days was too long with the lack of other DIY activities that we normally enjoy (which aren't available on site) and I got bored towards the end. That's more my fault than Ti Kaye's although they might want to consider adding a tennis court and a couple of hoby cats? The location also precludes you from walking to either of the local villages and although we did walk up to the main road there aren't really any walks you can do yourself. Overall we had a lovely time and I definitely would recommend Ti Kaye.


My husband and I stayed here in an ocean view cabin for 3 nights after spending 3 nights at Ladera. The resort is on a long bumpy driveway and fairly secluded. It's a small, but beautiful resort, built for total relaxation. Our cabin had a large porch with a hammock, table and two chairs with a great view of the Caribbean Sea. We would have coffee out there every morning. The inside of the cabin is small, but nicely furnished The shower is outside, but secluded - surrounded by beautiful wood walls, but with no ceiling and inside the wood walls are some lush plants - very pretty. There are two restaurants - the main one and the beach restaurant. We took the all-inclusive plan, and were happy we did. The food was excellent! Very fresh local ingredients and inventive meals. Much better than I expected from an all-inclusive plan. The wine that came with the all-inclusive (white, rose or red) - wasn't great, but the red was a decent everyday wine. I wasn't crazy about the white (I'm a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc fan) and I didn't try the rose. The resort does have a full wine cellar, if you're a wine drinker, but because we opted for the all-inclusive, we didn't try any of the wines from the cellar. The Kave is the bar attached to the cellar and is very cool - all rock and nice and cool after a day in the sun. Certain mixed drinks were also included in the all-inclusive plan. The beach is the islands natural black volcanic sand. It was very soft on the feet. There are plenty of lounge chairs, kayaks and water hammocks. There is also a reef that you can get to right from the shore for snorkeling. Boats do pull in here because all beaches in St. Lucia are public, but they didn't seem to bother us. We didn't go on any excursions, but they were available. We did take a taxi to the Castries market one day. This resort is all about relaxing. The service was really good, most people were very friendly and accommodating. A few things that could have been better: 1.) The lounge chairs by the pool were white and showed the dirt, they could use some new cushions. 2.) The staff decided to powerwash the water hammocks for over an hour in the middle of the day while people were trying to relax at the beach. The noise and smell of gas was annoying. They could have brought the hammocks up the hill and away from the guests to wash them. 3.) The resort was very eco conscious, which I thought was great, but as I read about what they were doing for the environment, it said they would not include straws in your drinks unless you asked for one - I thought that was great, keep the straws out of the ocean! Unfortunately, every mixed drink I got had a straw in it, even though I didn't ask for one! 4.) There are a lot of steps both up/down to your cabin and up/down to the beach (163 +/- steps). This was not a problem for us, and you could take a shuttle up from the beach if you didn't want to walk up the steps, but I could see this might be a problem for some people. 5.) We couldn't use the hot tub, because it was broken when we were there. All in all the good points outweighed the bad, so I would definitely recommend this resort. St. Lucia is a beautiful island and this was a great place to stay without going to one of the large commercialized resorts like Sandals.

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