Listen to the Sweet Sound of Savings in St. Lucia

Posted July 12, 2010 by Kate Hamman

St lucia Known as a tropical escape filled with the sounds of jazz and calypso, St. Lucia moves to the beat of its own drum. Here, you can join the rhythm of a street party, add spice to your life with international dishes, and sleep in a suite worth singing about.

Razmataz: Just as the name suggests, Razmataz will dazzle your senses. Enter the Colonial gingerbread-style building for Indian dishes made with spices straight from India. The menu tantalizes with shrimp, chicken, and fish tandoori, while Balti specials such as Biryani, a rice dish with cashews and raisins, entice locals and visitors alike.

Harmony Suites: Nestled next to the ocean and only 200 yards from Reduit Beach on Rodney Bay, Harmony Suites invites you to experience the true meaning of a tropical getaway. The adult-only suites capture the feel of St. Lucia with striking pastel colors, private balconies, and rattan furniture. Here, you can relax in the gardens listening to the serene sounds of a fountain, swim in the freshwater swimming pool, or make yourself at home on the white sandy beach. Suites start at $140 per night, and come equipped with fridges, electric kettles, coffee makers, and wireless Internet.

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this place is a hole DO NOT GO

Posted on July 14, 2010 at 04:32 PM by mikey dee

I agree, didn't seem safe and not the luxurious island in the Caribbean we all dream about. Try Barbados or the Bahamas, Anguilla, Turks and Caicos,

Posted on July 22, 2010 at 03:02 PM by Sharon Hesford

i first visited st lucia several years ago, and the experience left me wanting desperately to return. i especially loved the slow pace, the presence of tourists from other parts of the world and the warmth and hospitality of its people. admittedly this is not a destination for golfers or shoppers -- although there are lovely mementoes to be had. i think sometimes, in visiting lesser-known islands, some american travelers are uncomofortable when they're not surrounded by more americans; i can see americans at home. on the other hand, for travelers interested in the history and cultural evolution of caribbean culture, this southernmost link in the winward island chain is a good place to start. as a woman traveling alone, i felt much safer here than i ever did in the years i lived in new york new jersey! finally, one of my most vivid memories of st. lucia is rounding the corner of my hotel and seeing the biggest hummingbird i'd ever seen. i can't wait to return.

Posted on July 25, 2010 at 07:22 AM by ellen sweets

We Love St Lucia- still a real island unlike to tourist traps most other islands have become- Experience the real Caribbean. Will not last this way long we have seen it slowly growing over the past 10yrs-go before it is too late

Posted on July 25, 2010 at 09:35 AM by Mary Smith

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