Rodney Bay

Rodney Bay, St Lucia

On the Gros Islet northern end of St Lucia, this quaint picturesque bay is enclosed on the north by Pigeon Island National Park and on the south by Labrellotte Point. A large selection of St Lucia's hotels and restaurants are located in this region.

Rodney Bay

Rodney Bay features a variety of restaurants and bars, a marina and the beautiful Reduit beach.

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Rodney Bay Hotels (12)

This friendly hotel is situated in a prime location on the island of St Lucia, offering a relaxing pool area, spa treatments and cosy accommodation. ...

Coco Palm is a traditional Caribbean-style boutique hotel with a large freeform pool. It is close to the beach and local amenities, and it features a spa on site....

Bay Gardens Beach Resort is a gorgeous complex with a privileged location in St Lucia, offering a wide range of facilities for the whole family to enjoy....

Bay Gardens Hotel offers spacious and comfortable accommodation in a charming Caribbean setting, located in the heart of Rodney Bay Village in St Lucia....

Blue Hotel St Lucia is set on the beautiful Caribbean island of St Lucia, in Rodney Bay. The hotel offers guests comfortable accommodation and a great choice of facilities on site. ...

Located on the harbour waterfront, this hotel is a stylish and modern property with an impressive outdoor complex. ...

Adult orientated all-suite hotel offering tropical gardens and spacious accommodation, just a short walk from the beach and Rodney Bay Village...

The Mystique Royal St Lucia Resort is a beachfront hotel offering spacious and luxurious facilities making this a popular choice for a honeymoon or a relaxing holiday in the sun....

Small and friendly boutique hotel with views over Rodney Bay Marina, offering comfortable and modern accommodation...

A fun and friendly hotel which is suited to those looking for activities for the whole family as well as a great location directly on Reduit Beach....

Located on Reduit Beach, this hotel is a colourful property with plenty of charm. ...

A tropical beachfront retreat designed for guests to do as little, or as much as they want. Accommodation ranges from guestrooms and suites to villas with private pools....

Beaches

The golden sands of Reduit Beach stretch for about a mile and shelve gently into the calm waters of Rodney Bay. Whilst many sections belong to the hotels, you can hire sun loungers and parasols. There is also a good choice of water sports available, particularly snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing and fishing. For a quieter beach take a water taxi to Pigeon Island.

Things to Do

Visit Pigeon Island which can be accessed by a causeway from the mainland, a little north of Gros Islet. Follow the trails through the natural surroundings, grab a bite to eat at the cafe, relax on the beach and climb up Signal Hill for extensive views along the coast. You can also discover a little of the islands history of battles between the French and the English at the remains of the former Army Barracks and Fort Rodney.

Play a round of golf at the St Lucia Golf and Country Club (4km) or at Sandals La Toc Golf (12km), take a fishing trip, go dolphin and whale watching or enjoy a romantic sunset cruise or relaxing boat trip to beaches and tourist attractions at the southern end of the island.

There are also many land-based tours and excursions which run from in and around the marina, such as hiking and ziplining through the rainforests, jeep safaris and general sightseeing.

Out and About

There is a shopping mall and a good choice of shops and restaurants at Rodney Bay Village on the southern and western fringes of the Rodney Bay Marina. You might also try your luck at the Treasure Bay Casino and enjoy a stroll around the Marina which sits in the inner lagoon.

On Friday night head into neighbouring Gros Islet for the lively Friday Night Street Party. Dance in the streets to the Caribbean rythms that fill the air along with the smells of the street vendors barbecued meats and seafoods.

Nearby Attractions

The capital of Castries (10km) is a great place for shopping and historic interest. You can see the historic site of Fort Charlotte at Morne Fortune, where you will get great views over the harbour. Around the harbour you can shop the duty free boutiques at La Place Carnege and see the historic Derek Walcott Square. At the cruise port you will find further opportunities for duty free shopping at Point Seraphine or you can pick up local handicrafts at the popular Craft Market.

Discover the secluded Marigot Bay and dine out in one of its hidden restaurants, which you can only reach by water taxi or head a little further south for the Marine Reserve, snorkeling and diving sites at Anse Cochon.

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