Ti Kaye Resort & Spa – Adults Only
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Ti Kaye Resort & Spa in Anse La Raye (Anse Cochon), you’ll be minutes from Anse Cochon Beach and close to L’Anse la Raye Beach. This 4-star resort is within the region of Petit Piton and Gros Piton.
Make yourself at home in one of the 33 individually furnished guestrooms, featuring refrigerators and iPod docking stations. Rooms have private furnished balconies. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands. Getting to nearby attractions is a breeze with the area shuttle (surcharge).
Food & Drink
Satisfy your appetite at one of the resort’s 2 restaurants. Relax with a refreshing drink from a beach bar or one of the 2 bars/lounges. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
We stayed in Marigot Bay and wanted to find a bit bigger beach where nobody would try to sell us anything for few hours. The first surprise was the road to Anse Cochon! Unbelievable! We had a small jeep and in 4 wheel drive crawled over the rocks and pot holes just fine. But don't take a sports car on his adventure...
When we finally got to the gate of the resort we had to pay $10 USD each for entry to the beach. You will get credit for this if you eat or have drinks on the beach. We were planning on having lunch at the beach front restaurant so didn't mind it at all. The highlight of our beach day was the gentleman in charge of the resort beach chairs, drinks etc. Even though we were not resort guests he treated us with the same respect and was incredibly hospitable. He offered us chairs in shade, explained where everything was and even offered the use of the floating rings in the water! It was not busy at the resort so he said we could use them freely. We were supposed to stay only couple of hours but loved our time so much we stayed all day!
Local charter boats come and drop off loads of people for a swim and snorkeling but once the boats are gone the beach is lovely and quiet. Highly recommend this beach!
Booked this resort for 3 reasons, it wasn’t a big name/busy loud resort, it was adult only (no children) and it had a spa. The objective was to relax and recharge. Objective definitely met.
The resort is 90mins transfer from the international airport. As a solo traveler I booked the resort transfer. Very speedy email confirmation from the resort with clear instructions of where to meet, what to look out for. Christian was a great driver - knowledgeable and shared lots of stories plus useful insights on the journey.
After traveling for 18hrs from leaving home to resort, I was shattered. Arrived at resort late afternoon. Welcome drink. And then a long wait for the check-in form. When it did arrive, it was for another guest. Further wait. Spoke to the reception manager which seemed to speed things up when I explained I was exhausted. But this wasn’t a good first impression. Yes, it’s known Caribbean pace is more relaxed but after a long trip plus transfer getting guests to their rooms to freshen up should be more speedy.
Had an ocean view room. Short walk from reception, main building, restaurant. Set back up a few stairs. View was truly stunning. A view I never tired of. There’s a large balcony with 2 rocking chairs and hammock. Very nice touch. The room itself had a king bed, and the bathroom had an outdoor shower. Clean, with tea/coffee facilities. Bottled water in the fridge with welcome banana cake. If you want other drinks, snacks there’s a form which you can drop into reception and the fridge is filled accordingly.
The restaurant is in the main building. Breakfast offers a continental option plus cooked items from a menu. Although nice, the continental breakfast could benefit from more variety. The baked goods do change daily but the yoghurt with fruit (make your own parfait) was the same every day. Dinner is also served here. Nice menu which changes every day and a constant veggie menu as well. Dinner food was always good. Not large portions but tasty and beautifully presented. There’s always a catch of the day option which is great to taste locally caught fish.
There’s a pool area just off from the restaurant. And the beach area down 166 steps with a restaurant on the beach. The beach is a public beach with an area set aside for the resort with sun beds, kayaks, etc. There’s also water hammocks to float in. There was always enough sun beds and thankfully none of the bed reserving with a towel. No need. The bay is popular with boat trips so there a frequent stops by tours and some party boats which can disturb the otherwise tranquil, stunning setting.
The spa is set slightly lower down from the main building. Had two treatments which were well done. Good to book in advance as it gets busy.
The resort is environmentally friendly. Many rooms have solar powered showers, etc. Water is in glass bottles - not plastic. The resort has its own desalination plant so the water is very safe, nice tasting and plentiful.
There are various tours advertised which you sign up for. Worth doing as well organized and varied. Although the twisty roads out of the resort should be watched if you’re prone to car sickness.
As beautiful as the resort is, the true stars are the staff. They are fabulous. Helpful, welcoming, fun and professional. They make an effort to know everyone’s names. I was hit by a cold whilst there. I was looked after like you couldn’t believe. Local cold remedies, citrus water, etc. Truly truly special. Seeing how return guests are welcomed and the reciprocal excitement at seeing staff they remember: smiles and hugs all round. It was something I’ve never seen anywhere else. Really a welcoming home from home.
Would I return? Most definitely. Saving already.
Lonesome place, nicely seated on the green slope and forest. The nature is always close to you. Frogs croaking all the night :-). The road to the hotel is concrete, but very pot-holed. Accommodation = cozy little cottages, where you have enough of privacy. Good and a bit nobby restaurant with higher prices. So called continental bar breakfast does not include eggs and bacon. But if you need your ham-and-eggs each morning, you can order them from the menu. Nice clean beach with shade under palms and small reef for snorkeling (btw. nicer than Anse Chastanet). And quiet, as children are not allowed to be here. However, during sunny days, lot of trip boats are coming to and fro (stop for a while) as the bay seems to be one of the "must-see" places.
So my wife and I chose to take our honeymoon to St. Lucia. We booked this resort months in advance and were excited to finally unwind from all the stress that comes with the wedding. So to give you some context, we rented a car from the airport. However, we ended up taking the rental car back because any excursion that we wanted to do through the resort, provided transportation. We also ended up getting in at night which was really scary! The last mile of the resort is not on a paved road and is extremely bumpy. I recetnly pulled my back and I could feel every bump on the road. However, once you make it to the resort, it is very nice! We rented a villa that came with a plunge pool (for after you come in from the beach.) However, we found that the plunge pool wasnt needed since there is a private outdoor shower. The room was pretty nice- nothing fancy, but it came with everything we needed (AC, bug net around the bed), mini fridge and hammock to rest in.
Just a few random things:
-bring plenty of bug spray. i got tore up by sugar flies, sand flies, and other non-mosquito insects
-dinner is pricy. we spent $70 to $85 easily on dinner each night. they offer something called the "420 plan" which is $125 per day, per person, however that was out of our range
-no need to rent a car. although $90 for a taxi from the airport to the resort might seem like a lot, it is well worth it! trust me. (especially since the driver side is on the right and you drive on the left side of the road.)
They gave me a $150 gift certificate but I do not foresee myself going back for .a while, so if anyone wants it, shoot me a message and I can hook you up!
This hotel is absolutely gorgeous, situated on the cliff side looking out to sea. The colour of the water is breathtaking and the view is amazing. We had the most perfect little bungalow style cottage with our own plunge pool and outdoor shower. The cottages feel very private and you don’t feel like you are too close to anyone. The bed was SUPER comfortable. The staff and food was also amazing. Though this hotel is “off the beaten path”, it is PERFECT if you want to get away and detach from the hustle and bustle of the outside world (it still has WiFi throughout though!) It’s so relaxing and romantic and I highly recommend staying here. There’s also amazing snorkeling and diving right off the hotel! I can’t wait to go back again!