Can anyone help I got married in Club St Lucia 18 years ago, there isn't a hotel called this now, cant remember location exactly we travelled all over St Lucia. Does anyone know what it is called now? thanks
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it was demolished 2 years ago to make way for another hotel, sadly
The Royalton is now very much up and running. The view from the beach will be very much similar to that of Smugglers Cove hotel but the high rise buildings are very different and there are so many swimming pools. If you want cottages hidden amongst the trees and a more old fashioned feel have a look at East Winds. This resort has been updated over the years but still has a very laid back feel.
Did u get the answers?
Just heard yesterday that some older bungalows still exist in one part of the gardens but are due to be demolished. Also there are two very sad looking parrots that are being fed but not much else. I have been told that they have been part of the old Smugglers Cove Resort for ages. They are located in the old part of the resort apparently. Some of the current guests are concerned about them...do ant Smugglers guests remember them?Edited: 10 October 2017, 12:44
HI, we got married there 24 years ago and we would like to back this oct for our 25th can anyone help us ??
We would love to go back to the sane location.
The old bungalows that are left will be demolished for the next stage of the Royalton build. You cannot stay in them anyway. The beach is there but access is difficult unless you are staying at the resort. I believe there is access down the right hand side as you face the sea but Royalton have built a protruding broadwalk.meaning you have to get your feet wet walking around it to access the beach. Sadly this type of build seems to be the way St Lucia is going. Celebrating 20 years of visits this year and have seen a lot of changes.Edited: 15 January 2018, 13:14