One of the most difficult aspects of planning a vacation to St. Lucia is choosing the resort. For many travelers, this is a once in a lifetime destination, so everything about the trip simply must be perfect. That’s a tall order when this island is home to some spectacular properties, but fortunately two of the most outstanding resorts have come up with a way to make the decision a little easier.
Both known for distinct elements of luxury, style, and wonder, Ladera and Cap Maison joined forces in 2008 to offer visitors the best of both worlds… or at least the best of both properties. Their “Peak to Beach” concept immediately became one of the best honeymoon ideas in the world, as it beckoned couples to each resort—both considered the upper echelon of Caribbean romance—and lavished them with myriad perks.
Alas, all good things seemingly came to an end. That is, until the dynamic duo recently resurrected the partnership, albeit with a new twist. The hardest decision for travelers to now make will be choosing between the “Classic” and “Ultimate” experiences; however, it’s safe to say neither will disappoint.
The Classic includes three nights in one of Cap Maison’s extravagant Oceanview Villa Suites, a private infinity pool, one treatment per guest at Spa Maison, and all meals at The Cliff at Cap and Naked Fisherman, among other treats. Then, guests will head to Ladera for three nights in a suite on Paradise Ridge, where they’ll enjoy breathtaking pool views of the Pitons, a visit to The Spa at Ladera, dining at Dasheene, and more.
And, somehow, the Ultimate experience makes it all even more unbelievable. At Cap Maison, a couple will sip champagne on the suite’s rooftop terrace while admiring the ocean views from their private pool. When it’s time to head to Ladera, a boat will be waiting to make the transfer, and then guests will check into their Luxury Suite atop Paradise Ridge, the location for which this resort has earned its sterling reputation.
The only drawback of either experience? They’re only available through December 19. But don’t panic too much—the deal will return in 2023 as well.