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Mystique Royal St. Lucia

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Mystique Royal St. Lucia – The perfect destination for a Caribbean holiday

 

Overview of St Lucia & Rodney Bay

 

This is an island of luxurious landscapes and mountains carpeted in a tropical rainforest. St Lucia is among the most stunning destinations in the world. This small island is an emerald set in the blue Caribbean Sea. On its northeastern shore, on the white sands of Rodney Bay, is the Mystique Royal St. Lucia Hotel.

 

Holidays in St Lucia offer travellers with a luxury getaway that only St Lucia can offer. And among St Lucia resorts, the Reduit Beach hotels are always in high demand. The Mystique Royal (formerly the Royal by Rex Resorts) with its grand entrance and award-winning restaurants, sits highly placed in the premier league of St Lucia hotels.

 

Condé Nast Traveller awarded St Lucia “one of the best islands in the world.” That is some accolade given the strength of the competition.

 

As you would expect, this Rodney Bay St Lucia hotel is steps away from the famous Reduit Beach. And a 10-minute walk to Rodney Bay with its wealth of shops, restaurants, and entertainment.

 

At Mystique Royal St Lucia, fine-dining is just one facet of this gem. There are spacious suites, recently refurbished, and a range of treatments and therapies. Designed to make your stay relaxing and comfortable.

 

This Rodney Bay Resort is perfect for families and couples.

 

Weddings St Lucia

 

What could be more romantic than a wedding on a tropical island? Caribbean weddings and honeymoons are every brides’ dream.

 

There are stunning beaches, turquoise seas, and palm-lined beaches, from which to choose your venue. 

 

At Mystique Royal St Lucia they have a service designed to make your special occasion an event to give you that will last forever!

 

The World Travel Awards have voted St Lucia as the “World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination” a notable eight times.

 


Hotel Details

Layout Information

The Mystique Royal St Lucia has 90+rooms and is located in Gros Islet. This beachfront resort is in the entertainment district and within 1 mi (2 km) of Splash Island Water Park Saint Lucia and Reduit Beach. Rodney Bay Marina and Bonne Terre Tropical Gardens are also within 2 miles (3 km)

Additional Information

Activities & Amenities

 

These activities can be booked and paid for locally, but why not enquire with Abbot Travel and pre-book events with your holiday?

 

Sunfish Sailing

Snorkelling

Water skiing

Deep sea fishing

Gym

Horseback riding

 

SPA

 

Experience the bliss that can only be found at Mystique Royal. The Royal Spa is the ultimate oasis for when you need to relax, recharge and renew. Whether you’re looking to get a massage or are just looking peace and serenity, our spa will make sure you leave feeling revitalised.

 

Dining Information

Restaurants & Bars at Mystique Royal St Lucia

 

When you visit Mystique Royal St. Lucia, you’ll want to visit the three restaurants and two bars. With fresh grilled specialties and international cuisine, your taste buds will experience the world.

 

L’epicure & Terrace

 

This elegant open-air restaurant boasts panoramic views of the beach. Guests will be able to enjoy Creole cuisine along with international dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Using fresh, local ingredients, this restaurant is a favourite with visitors.

 

Chic

 

Treat yourself to perfect service and delicious food at this fine-dining restaurant. Open only for dinner, Chic’s attention to detail will make sure

your meal is nothing short of perfection.

 

Mahi’s

 

Enjoy this fish and chips snack bar located on the stunning beach front perfect for every guest.

 

La Mirage Bar

 

Cool off while sipping one of our exclusive Mystique Royal rum-based drinks. This bar offers a splendid view of the sea, directly from the pool.

 

Le Mistral Lounge

 

Sit back and enjoy appetisers while looking out at the white sands of Reduit Beach. Nightly entertainment can be enjoyed from the comfort of your seat with one of our craft cocktails in hand.

 

Things to do in and near Rodney Bay

 

Reduit Beach

 

Enjoy a traditional Caribbean Island experience at Reduit Beach. A variety of water sports and fun activities are on offer. Reduit Beach is a great time for travellers of all ages. Enjoy snorkelling, scuba diving, and sailing, or relax and soak up the sun.

 

Reduit Beach combines a long stretch of soft sand with a backdrop of rainforest-covered mountains. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy including; watersports, snorkelling and an inflatable splash park. Plus, you’ve got plenty of beachside bars where you can grab a cool drink.

Or just go for a stroll and feel the powdery white sand between your toes. Reduit Beach is one of the best beaches on the island located just minutes from the Mystique Royal Hotel.

 

Pigeon Island National Park

 

Just one and a half miles from the Mystique Royal, it is worth the walk or a short taxi ride. This is a place with a history. More than a beach, Pigeon Island National Park is a living museum. Inviting beaches with activities, a museum and the historic Fort Rodney that sits high enough to afford distant views of the neighbouring island of Martinique. And there’s more! There’s a rum bar and two restaurants in the underground tunnels beneath the fort.

 

Gros Islet Fish Fry

 

Get stuck into traditional Caribbean festivities at the ‘Jump Up’ street parties that take over Gros Islet town every Friday. You’ll find street vendors serving fried snacks and sweet rum with a backing track of classic calypso music and old-school R&B.

 

A couple of open-air joints across from the water serve up excellent seafood grills a few nights a week at the Gros Islet Fish Fry. They are ultra-casual: wait for a plate of barbecued fresh fish, get a few sides, then find a spot in the dark at a picnic table.

 

Wash it down with a cold beer or a bottle of sea moss punch. You will find a good cross-section of visitors and residents here..

 

Rodney Bay Marina

 

Sample Creole cuisine at the Marina. This vibrant area is full of chic restaurants and stylish bars overlooking the yacht-filled marina. It is the perfect place to sip cocktails and watch the sunset. There’s a range of upmarket eateries where you can try St Lucia specialities made from fresh, local ingredients.

 

Splash Island Water Park
 

On the Northwest coast of the island is the exciting open-water sports park. It features a trampoline, climbing wall, monkey bars, a swing, a slide, and even water volleyball. 

 

Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) 

 

ARC starts at the end of November in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and ends before Christmas at Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia, in the Caribbean. With as many as 200 boats arriving, there is a two-week celebration with bands, local cuisine, costume parties and other entertainment to welcome the cruisers.

 

Handy Stuff

 

Hewanorra Airport – 66k (41 miles)

 

George F L Charles Airport – 9.2k (6 miles)

 

Free on-site parking available

 

Capital of Saint Lucia: Castries

 

Population of Saint Lucia: 161,000

 

Languages in Saint Lucia: English, French patois, Creole

 

Time in Saint Lucia: GMT -4

 

International dialling code in Saint Lucia: +758

 

Voltage in Saint Lucia: 240V 50Hz

 

Visa information & Travel Advice for St Lucia -  Foreign & Commonwealth Office

 

Money in Saint Lucia: They accept East Caribbean dollar (EC$), and US Dollars, credit cards and travellers cheques. ATMs are available.

Room Information

Accommodation at Mystique Royal St Lucia

 

Every suite includes either 2 twin beds or 1 king bed, balconies or patio, a minibar, an in-room safe, hair-dryer and cable television. Maximum occupancy: 3 adults or 2 adults/ 2 children

 

 

Deluxe Suites

 

These stunning suites offer guests a view of the lush and tropical garden that surrounds them.

 

Seaview Deluxe

 

These bright and spacious suites give guests the luxury of waking up with a panoramic view of the ocean in front of them.

 

Beachfront Deluxe

 

These beachfront suites offer guests spectacular views of the beach and the shimmering Caribbean. A private sundeck and spacious living room gives guests everything they need to relax in paradise.

 

Grand Deluxe

 

With a stunning view of the ocean, guests won’t need to look far to catch a glimpse of the water. With a large terrace, guests will be entertained in the privacy of their own room.

 

Presidential Suite.

 

For the ultimate escape. This room allows guests to indulge in the finest accommodations with a private hot tub overlooking the beach. There’s a private terrace with panoramic views of the ocean.

 

Things to do in St Lucia

 

Saint Lucia, a natural paradise, can be explored by horseback riding, water skiing, snorkelling, deep sea fishing, sunfish sailing, and walking along the beach. Tours can be booked prior to arriving with Abbot Travel or upon arrival by hotel staff.

 

Horseback Ride N’ Swim in St Lucia

 

Enjoy a gentle horseback ride as you explore the north of Saint Lucia on your way to Cas En Bas Beach on the Atlantic coast. Once there, you'll have the opportunity to ride with your horse into the warm Atlantic waters

 

Afterwards, relax on the beach with refreshments that you can buy from a nearby bar, before riding back to the stables.

 

Rainforests & Waterfalls

 

Diamond Waterfall and Botanical Garden

 

Deep in the botanical gardens east of Soufriere, underground water mixes with the mineral deposits. The subsequent sulphur springs seep through the ground to form streams. The streams come together to form the Diamond Waterfall. 

 

Botanical Garden are part of the Soufrière Estate presented by King Louis XIV in 1713 to the Devaux family. The descendents of the family keep the estate today. They believe the mineral bath resulting from the sulphur springs has healing powers! Try it! There’s a lovely nature trail, an old mill, and a waterwheel.

 

With towering peaks, lush unspoiled rainforest, and tumbling waterfalls, St Lucia is a delight waiting for nature enthusiasts to discover it!

 

St. Lucia is among the most mountainous islands in the Caribbean. The mountains and the Caribbean wet seasons combine to display their glory in the many waterfalls and forests.

 

Among the most striking waterfalls in St. Lucia are; Sault Falls, Enbas Saut Falls, Piton Waterfalls, La Tille Waterfall, Saltibus Falls, and Toraille Waterfalls. And, who knows, you may discover a waterfall on your travels!

 

St Lucia Rainforest Trails

 

The St Lucia Forestry Department oversees 18,000 acres of protected rain forest. You must hike with an official forestry guide. Your hotel resort can arrange the tours. St Lucia is home to 180 species of birds and you will find many on the hiking trails, including hummingbirds, flycatchers and peewees. But you need to be lucky to see the rare St Lucia Parrot. The locals call this bird the Jacquot. The best chance may be the Descartiers Trail. But if you are a keen birdwatcher, the good trails are the Millet Trail, and La Sorciere Eco Park.

 

The Piton Forest Trails

 

The Gros Piton and Petit Piton are challenging hiking trails. It is best to travel with an official guide. The round trip is 4 to 5 hours on either peak. Petit Piton is more demanding with its steep inclines in various places, where you may need to hold on to ropes or trees for help. The Gros Piton trail has steps most of the way. If you are not used to regular walking, you may need the massage parlour on the following day. This is a “must do” when hiking in St Lucia. Check the Tourguide Association

 

Here are 6 trails for forest hikes: Descartiers Rainforest, Edmund Forest Reserve, Enbas Saut, Union Nature Trail, Forestierre Trail, Barre De L’isle Trail

 

Best time to visit St Lucia

 

The best weather in St Lucia is from mid-December to April. Hotel rates are cheaper in the summer and autumn when it's humid and wetter. St Lucia gets more rain than other less mountainous Caribbean islands, such as Barbados or Antigua. Which is why great waterfalls exist in St Lucia!

 

Bear in mind that the hurricane season runs from June to November, with September and October statistically the likeliest months for major storms.

 

Although hurricanes do reach St Lucia, its southerly location means it tends to escape the very worst of the stormy weather, as it did in 2017 when Hurricane Irma wreaked devastation further north.

 

Check out the various annual festivals. For example, May is a good month to visit if Jazz is your passion, when St Lucia’s major annual jazz festival happens.

 

St Lucia has a tropical climate so temperatures are high year-round. The coolest month is in January and the hottest month is in August. It rains in the months of May to December. December is the wettest while April is the driest month. But any time of the year works for holidays in St Lucia as temperatures average around 25C. St Lucia has warm seas year-round.

 

St Lucia in Summary

 

St Lucia has something special for every visitor!

 

Regular visitors to the West Indies will tell you that St Lucia is “the most beautiful of Caribbean Islands”. This tropical paradise with its abundant wildlife, and plantation landscapes, are awesome, and the beaches, stunning!.

 

Whether you have a love for music, rum, sailing or golf, St Lucia will satisfy your appetite. This island works for sun lovers and those who love active pursuits. There are rainforest adventures, water sports, hiking, snorkelling and diving, and so much more.

 

Further Information

 

Rodney Bay (Fodor’s Review)

 

15 reasons why St Lucia is the perfect Caribbean island

 

St Lucia Tourist Authority

 

St Lucia Jazz Festival (wiki)

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