A honeymoon couple that I recently booked to St Lucia just returned and RAVED about their stay at Ladera Resort. He described it as small and quaint, open air rooms, birds singing, spectacular views and fantastic food. He was so happy they stayed there. Below is a brief description of Ladera Resort so you can experience it.
Check out the picture of the view from your room.
Here is an excerpt from Ladera Resorts website of their description:
Ladera was once part of Rabot Estate, one of Soufrière’s oldest and most famous cocoa plantations. In 1982 it was transformed into the unique resort it is today. Taking full advantage of its natural surroundings, Ladera offers a unique design in guest accommodations. The 32 suites all have an “open wall” – the west side of each unit is left open to expose the breathtaking view, and the orientation of the buildings maintains complete privacy. The suites are constructed of tropical hardwoods, stone and tile, furnished with 19th century French furniture or replicas, wicker and accessories crafted by local artisans. All units are decorated with local artwork and feature magnificent views of the Pitons and Caribbean Sea.
What will you remember?
The exquisite freshness and inventive flavors of the fresh local cuisine at Dasheene? Dining in the open air, high above the Caribbean Sea? The sumptuous pleasures of The Spa? The welcoming island hospitality offered by the entire staff. Maybe lounging on warm sand on the beach at the base of the Pitons? Or possibly, what you will remember is simply the magically serene experience of being so separate from the rest of the world, surrounded by the sounds of the rainforest, at one with Ladera, and embracing all that it has to offer.
I would love to help you book your next vacation to St Lucia.
Margi Arnold, President
Creative Travel Adventures