St. Lucia is considered one of the most romantic Caribbean islands. Nestled between the South Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, it is often referred to as “little Hawaii.” This picturesque island is home to some jaw-dropping scenery, thanks to the Piton mountains and rainforest interior. You can enjoy spectacular views, stunning beaches, and a plethora of activities, making St. Lucia one of the best honeymoon destinations in the Caribbean.
We’ll tell you all you need to know about St. Lucia honeymoons, including St. Lucia honeymoon packages, itineraries, honeymoon costs, and excursions.
We will also answer questions like, is St. Lucia expensive for a honeymoon? and when should I honeymoon in St. Lucia?
Top 10 St. Lucia Honeymoon Resorts
St. Lucia honeymoon resorts are wonderfully romantic and scenic, perfect for couples who are ready to relax and unwind after the stress of a wedding. Many resorts offer great honeymoon packages. This is also a fabulous island if you want an all-inclusive honeymoon, as there are multiple luxurious all-inclusive resorts.
First off, we have the 3 Sandals resorts: Sandals Grande St. Lucian, Sandals Halcyon Beach, and Sandals Regency La Toc. Not only are these beautiful beachfront resorts, but they also offer St. Lucia honeymoon packages.
The Sandals St. Lucia honeymoon package is complimentary if you take your honeymoon trip within 30 days of your wedding date. You’ll receive a bottle of chilled sparkling wine, a special turndown service that includes flower petals on your bed the first evening of your honeymoon, fresh flowers, and a decadent breakfast in bed one morning of your choice.
Plus, regardless of which Sandals in St. Lucia you choose, you will get to enjoy the amenities and restaurants of all three; free transfers between the resorts are included. This means you can access 3 beaches, 2 golf courses, 11 pools, 27 restaurants, and 21 bars on your St. Lucia all-inclusive adults-only honeymoon!
Sandals Grande St. Lucian
Sandals Grande St. Lucian is our choice for the best honeymoon resort in St. Lucia. Not only can you stay in an incredible overwater bungalow (see more details below) but you also have the most variety available in dining and entertainment options here. This Sandals Resort has the best beach as well, and the protected waters of Rodney Bay make it possible to go swimming or enjoy watersports at any time.
Honeymoon couples will love the romantic over-the-water bungalows at Sandals Grande St. Lucian. Glass floor panels and lit water ensure you can enjoy undersea views at any time. Couples can also admire the beauty of the ocean from their private outdoor Tranquility Soaking Tub for two or an overwater hammock—or just slip right into the water from your deck.
The extended private sun deck is also equipped with an outdoor shower, sun loungers, and a bistro set for two. Butler Elite service, which handles every detail of your vacation with unobtrusive grace, and 24-hour room service are included to complete your over-water vacation.
Like all the St. Lucia Sandals resorts, Sandals Grande St. Lucian offers a huge assortment of complimentary water and land activities. There are also 12 restaurants, multiple bars, pools, a fitness center, and a full-service spa. This Sandals resort is the closest to the 18-hole St. Lucia Golf & Country Club, and you get complimentary transfers and greens fees. You can also go to the 9-hole course at Sandals Regency La Toc.
The Sunset Oceanview Bluff Millionaire Butler Villas at Sandals Regency La Toc, however, make it one of the best resort in St. Lucia for honeymoon suites. Built up high on a bluff (in the ritzy Sunset Bluff Village enclave), these totally private suites have 3-story sun decks with 180-degree views of the ocean and the island. They also feature a plunge pool directly off both the bedroom and the living room, which have glass walls that slide completely open.
Serenity at Coconut Bay
Another of the top 10 St. Lucia honeymoon all-inclusive resorts is Serenity at Coconut Bay. This romantic adults-only St. Lucia resort is the winner of the 2019 Brides Honeymoon Award.
Luxurious accommodations here include private plunge pools and decks where outdoor showers, coconut palms, and hammocks-for-two add to the relaxed island feel. Butlers provide pampering from arrival to departure for a truly stress-free honeymoon.
The Serenity experience is customized to every guest’s preferences before they arrive, dining is tailored to accommodate special diets and allergies, and the fully-stocked, in-suite bar is personalized with premium liquors. Enjoy dining anytime with 24-hour room service, casual fare at the Pool Bar, and farm-to-table gourmet dining at the Greathouse Restaurant.
The Grand Romance honeymoon package includes an in-suite couples’ massage, private pool and beach cabanas, a champagne and jazz sunset catamaran cruise, a chauffeured island tour, a private beach picnic, and a candlelit dinner by the pool if you stay 7 or more nights.
Jade Mountain Resort
Honeymooners who want to fully immerse themselves in a gorgeous tropical environment can’t miss St. Lucia’s Jade Mountain Resort, set in the mountains overlooking lovely Anse Chastenet beach. The staff here strive to provide every couple with the highest level of service and privacy. This all-inclusive resort’s cliffside, three-walled, open-air ‘sanctuaries’ feature amenities like private infinity pools, 24/7 butler service, giant four-poster canopy beds, and sweeping views of the Piton mountains and the Caribbean Sea.
Jade Mountain offers all-inclusive St. Lucia honeymoon packages that include food, drink, airport transfers, several amenities, and resort activities, spa treatments, and other services. This resort also has one of the best honeymoon suites: the Galaxy Infinity Pool Sanctuary, with panoramic views of the starry sky at night plus a massive open-air living area, an outdoor deck for lounging and soaking up the sun, and a huge infinity pool.
On your romantic St. Lucia honeymoon here, you can enjoy amenities like spa treatments, private dinners on the Celestial Terrace or on the beach, sunset cruises, and more. The Jade Mountain Club restaurant features cuisine by a James Beard Award-winning chef. Guests here also have access to all of the facilities and the beach at Anse Chastenet Resort.
The Total Romance Package includes accommodations, meals, drinks, airport transfers, resort activities and amenities, spa treatments, and more. Depending on when and which room you book, you can get a 5th night or 7th night free on your reservation.
The One Bedroom Residence at Sugar Beach is a stunning tropical villa that features a large private pool plus ocean and Piton mountain views. Enjoy a fully fitted kitchen, elegant living area, and large sun terrace in this opulent Caribbean honeymoon suite with a private pool.
Nestled on the site of an old sugar plantation within more than 100 acres of pristine rainforest in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Val des Pitons, Sugar Beach offers breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and the Pitons, along with all of the charm that St. Lucia is known for.
The Just Married Honeymoon Package at Sugar Beach includes champagne and a fruit basket on arrival, plus tropical flowers in the room, and breakfast on the morning of your choice.
Sandals Halcyon Beach
If you’re looking for privacy and seclusion on your St. Lucia honeymoon, you may want to choose Sandals Halcyon Beach as your best St. Lucia honeymoon resort. There are fewer rooms here since it’s the smallest of the three resorts, which means not as many people around and a higher staff-to-guest ratio. Set amid lush tropical gardens, this is truly a romantic sanctuary with plenty of places to snuggle tucked away on the gorgeous grounds.
Located near Castries, the beach at Sandals Halcyon is also beautiful, but the water can get too rough for water sports, so be aware of that. If this happens, though, you can just take the free shuttle over to Sandals Grande St. Lucian or enjoy one of 3 pools and 3 whirlpools, like the new 600-foot Crystal Lagoon Pool that winds through the resort (the Caribbean’s longest).
If you’re honeymooning in St. Lucia on a budget but still want luxury, Sandals Halcyon Beach is known to have lower prices on butler-level suites than the other two resorts. Affordable doesn’t mean basic, though: check out the all-new Joli Beachfront Butler Walkout Suites with private plunge pools! There are also new Rondoval butler suites, also with private plunge pools, as well as beachfront swim-up and walk-out rooms.
Sandals Regency La Toc
Sandals Regency La Toc is also in Castries, in a stunning setting built into a hillside. It features 3 pools and 4 whirlpools, including the largest pool in St. Lucia. It also has an onsite 9-hole golf course with complimentary greens fees. (Which is available to guests of the other two St. Lucia Sandals resorts.)
The beach at Regency La Toc is lovely but the water here can also get rough enough for red flags; when that happens you can take the free shuttle to the beach at Sandals Grande St. Lucian. Sandals Regency La Toc is the Sandals St. Lucia resort that is closest to the Pitons, if you want to explore that area.
BodyHoliday St. Lucia, Castries, St. Lucia
Honeymoons at Body Holiday St. Lucia are designed to be “the most relaxing and rejuvenating in the world.” This top adults-only all-inclusive St. Lucia honeymoon resort offers a complimentary spa treatment a day, healthy dining at the Wellness Café, and a breathtaking setting along a white sand beach lapped by turquoise waters.
Activities include watersports, golf, tennis, yoga, Pilates, tai chi, and more. Several dining options include East-West fusion and global cuisine, and guests can enjoy refreshing drinks in the Clubhouse or Piano Bar. Afternoon tea is served each day as well.
Accommodations include rooms and suites with garden or ocean views, as well as beachfront rooms, just steps from the water and 2- to 4-bedroom luxury villas with private verandas, personal pools, and butler service.
The BodyHoliday St. Lucia honeymoon package includes tropical flowers in your room, a couples’ massage, and a bottle of wine and appetizers served on your room’s balcony or patio at sunset one evening.
Calabash Cove Resort & Spa
One of the top adult only all-inclusive resorts that is the swanky Calabash Cove Resort & Spa. Not only is it set on a stunning beach, but it’s said to offer some of the best sunsets in St. Lucia.
Each of the 26 suites here has an ocean view. For a super-relaxing and luxurious honeymoon suite, try one of the swim-up suites, which opens onto an infinity edge pool that overlooks the ocean. Slip into the pool from your private, furnished patio and float over to the swim-up bar, then enjoy incredible sunset views. These swim-up suites also feature a jacuzzi for two and a rain shower.
Calabash Cove honeymoon packages include watersports, yoga an infinity pool, hiking, a fitness center, the serene Cove Gardens, dining at the gourmet Windsong Restaurant, and drinks with a view at the hip C-Bar. There is also a spa onsite.
The Calabash Cove honeymoon package includes a free bottle of champagne upon arrival and a resort credit of $200 when you stay 6 or more nights.
This private resort is set on a volcanic ridgeline near Soufriere with amazing views of the Pitons. Ladera Resort is the only St. Lucia hotel that is on a UNESCO World Heritage site—the Rabot Estate, one of the oldest cocoa plantations.
There are only 37 rooms in this intimate eco-friendly sanctuary, which features lush grounds and gardens, a fitness center and yoga classes, a complimentary beach shuttle, and the award-winning farm-to-table Dasheene Restaurant. This uber-romantic spot has incredible views of the Pitons from both the outdoor deck and the indoor space.
Suites are extraordinary, featuring tropical hardwoods and locally crafted furniture, open walls that bring the outdoors in and allow for sweeping views, and private heated plunge pools. While Ladera is not an all-inclusive St. Lucia honeymoon resort, your room rate does include a welcome drink, full breakfast for two daily, a minibar with water and soda, a coffee machine, airport transfers by private car, a guided hike, a yoga class, and a tour of the gardens. Some suites also include butler service.
Ladera offers a St. Lucia honeymoon package full of luxury. The Romantic Paradise Honeymoon Package includes at least 3 nights in the Suite at Paradise Ridge; butler service; private car airport transfers; rose petals, chocolate covered fruit, sparkling wine upon arrival; full breakfast and dinner daily (including two glasses of wine); priority seating at the restaurant; a 50-minute in-suite couples’ massage; a signature Soufriere experience tour; an engraved carving; a hike along Ladera Ridge; and a guided garden tour.
Cap Maison Resort and Spa
Cap Maison Resort and Spa combines stunning architecture with beautiful views to give honeymooners a personal paradise. This St. Lucia honeymoon resort offers bed and breakfast and all-inclusive plans, with complimentary activities including kayaking, snorkeling, and paddle boarding. There is also a fitness center onsite, and a golf course is located nearby.
Cap Maison is popular with foodies, who enjoy the two gourmet restaurants, huge walk-in wine cellar, open-air dining, and beachfront dining. For the ultimate honeymoon experience, have dinner on the private deck that extends out into the sea (complete with a champagne zipline!).
Overlooking the Caribbean and the Pitons, this intimate boutique hotel also offers a private beach and a full-service spa. Choose from luxurious rooms, suites, and private villas. The best accommodations come with incredible views and outdoor spaces, separate living areas, jacuzzis, and private pools.
The Cap Maison St. Lucia honeymoon package includes a bottle of champagne on arrival, a 1-hour couples’ massage at the spa, and a bottle of champagne when you have dinner at Rock Maison (the private deck), when you stay 5 or more nights and book a junior suite or one-bedroom villa suite.
When to Honeymoon in St. Lucia
Wondering, when should I honeymoon in St. Lucia? The best months in St. Lucia for honeymoons are between April and June, for good weather, better prices, and fewer crowds.
While St. Lucia is technically in the hurricane belt, it is far enough south and east that hurricanes are not much of a threat. However, if you book your St. Lucia honeymoon in hurricane season (July to November) you may want to get travel insurance.
Like most Caribbean islands, St. Lucia’s two primary seasons are wet and dry. The rainy season is from June to November, which may spoil your beach time. The dry season is from December to June.
The hottest St. Lucia months are from May to September. April and May are the best times for swimming, with water temperatures that average around 83 degrees.
St. Lucia Honeymoon Cost
Is St Lucia expensive for a honeymoon? Like most Caribbean islands, trips here can be pricier than in other places, but a honeymoon doesn’t have to break the bank.
Your honeymoon cost will vary depending on when you go, where you stay, how long you stay, and what you do. St. Lucia hotel rates vary widely, from moderate to super-expensive.
Moderate hotel rates start at about $300 per night. These are not all-inclusive, so you’ll want to add about $150 a day for meals and activities. This would give you a honeymoon cost for 5 nights of about $2250 plus flights.
On the expensive side, the Galaxy Sanctuary at Jade Mountain Resort is around $4100 per night for the European plan and $4500 for the all-inclusive plan. That would make a 5-night all-inclusive honeymoon cost $22,500 plus flights and any offsite activities.
You will even have a wide range of rates for an all-inclusive St. Lucia honeymoon at a Sandals resort depending on the location and room you choose. For example, the overwater bungalows at Sandals Grande St. Lucian start at $1698 per person per night, while a beachfront walk-out club level room at Sandals Halcyon Beach starts at $416 per person per night and the Honeymoon Luxury room at Sandals Regency La Toc starts at $239 per person per night. If you choose the least expensive room, your 5-night honeymoon cost would be $2390 plus flights and any excursions you want.
St. Lucia Honeymoon Activities
There are plenty of things to do on a honeymoon in St Lucia. For more details, check out our article on the top 30 things to do in St. Lucia.
If you just want to relax on the beach on your honeymoon, you will have lots of options. You could spend the whole trip just visiting St. Lucia’s varied and beautiful beaches, which range from secluded white sand coves tucked into the lush landscape to rugged stretches of golden or black volcanic sand. Some of the best beaches to visit in St. Lucia are Sugar Beach, Pigeon Island beaches, Anse Chastanet Beach, and Marigot Bay beaches.
Another of the best honeymoon activities is snorkeling. Some beaches have coral reefs just offshore for easy snorkeling access. The best beaches in St. Lucia for snorkeling are Sugar Beach, Pigeon Island beaches, Anse Cochon, Anse Chastenet, Laborie Bay, and Reduit Beach. You can also head to offshore snorkeling sites like Fairy Land and Coral Gardens.
St. Lucia also offers some excellent locations for scuba diving. Visit Sugar Beach for some stunning underwater scenery; you can dive around the base of the Pitons here where they form an 1800-foot drop off. Anse Chastenet Marine National Park gives scuba divers the opportunity to see an incredible coral reef and a wide variety of marine life including lobsters, barracudas, and parrotfish.
On land, one of the best St. Lucia excursions is to visit the iconic Pitons. The Piton Mountains are two dormant volcanic spires that form some of St. Lucia’s most iconic scenery. Hiking around these famous peaks is a great way to explore the natural geography of the island and take some amazing pictures.
One of the most unique things to do is to take a volcano tour! St. Lucia is home to the world’s largest volcano that you can actually drive into. Head to Sulphur Springs Park at Mount Soufriere to take the drive along the crater. The views are breathtaking. You can also soak in the therapeutic hot springs and mud baths if you bring a (old) bathing suit.
Another great excursion is to take a sightseeing cruise around St. Lucia, like a full-day catamaran cruise around the island’s coast, stopping to visit cocoa farms, tour a volcano, swim, ride horses, and more. You can also go whale watching.
For those who like to be active, one of the best things to do on your honeymoon is go hiking and explore natural areas like the interior rainforest jungle, Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens, and Pigeon Island National Park.
St. Lucia has a long and fascinating history and rich culture; make sure you spend some time visiting cultural and historic sites like Pigeon Island National Park; Fort Rodney; Morne Fortuné; the village of Soufriere; Morne Coubaril Historical Adventure Park; and the capital city of Castries.
Another lovely activity is to have a romantic beach picnic. Marigot Bay is a picturesque area with several small beaches that are the perfect place to enjoy some alone time in a gorgeous setting. Grande Anse Beach is another wonderful spot for romantic picnics. Tip: Swimming isn’t recommended here because the water is rough.
And last but not least on our list of best things to do is go out for an elegant dinner date. Here are 4 of the best romantic restaurants in St. Lucia:
Get all dressed up and head to The Trysting Place at Rendezvous St. Lucia, which serves a fusion of French and Caribbean cuisine in an elegant and intimate atmosphere.
For striking scenery and gourmet French and Caribbean cuisine plus fresh seafood, The Bayside Restaurant at Sugar Beach Resort is situated along the beautiful white sand beach under Petit Piton.
Jacques Waterfront Dining combines French techniques and local produce and spices to create delicious dishes you can enjoy while gazing at gorgeous Rodney Bay.
At the upscale Rainforest Hideaway, you arrive by complimentary ferry across Marigot Bay to feast on fresh local fish and produce plus succulent meats. Dine under the stars on a dock to the sounds of live jazz.
After reading our guide to the top 10 St. Lucian honeymoon resorts and St. Lucia honeymoons in general, what do you think? Is St. Lucia good for a honeymoon? Will you be planning one here? Let us know in the comments!