Bay Gardens Beach Resort
What We Love
- Every suite comes with a full-size kitchen and living and dining areas
- The Reduit Beach location is one of St. Lucia’s nicest strands
- Three on-site restaurants, including the well-regarded Trios — impossible to ever get hungry
- The “stay at one, play at all three” policy for each of the properties in the Bay Gardens resort group
- Aromatherapy massages on the gazebo at La Mer Spa
- On-site laundry facilities make traveling with toddlers easier
- Wired Internet is free
What To Know
- A 10 percent service charge per night will be collected upon checkout from Jetsetter
- This is a kid-friendly resort
- Beachside rooms tend to get the least noise
- If you’ve rented a car, there’s free parking
- Islanders love the resort’s Sunday brunch; expect a well-dressed crowd mingling with the bathing-suit set
- George F.L. Charles Airport (SLU) is only 20 minutes away, as opposed to Hewanorra Airport (a two-hour drive)
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Bay Gardens Beach Resort in Gros Islet (Rodney Bay), you’ll be minutes from Splash Island Water Park Saint Lucia and Reduit Beach. This 4-star condo is within close proximity of St. Joseph the Worker Parish and Rodney Bay Marina.
Make yourself at home in one of the 75 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Cable programming and iPod docking stations are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature deep soaking bathtubs and hair dryers.
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. If you’re looking for recreational opportunities, you’ll find a complimentary water park, an outdoor pool, and a spa tub. Additional amenities at this Colonial condo include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge). Getting to the surf and sand is a breeze with the complimentary beach shuttle.
Enjoy a meal at one of the condo’s dining establishments, which include 2 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access room service (during limited hours). Mingle with other guests at a complimentary reception, held on select days. Relax with a refreshing drink at a bar/lounge, a poolside bar, or one of 2 beach bars. Buffet breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Featured amenities include a business center, limo/town car service, and express check-in. Planning an event in Gros Islet? This condo has 1680 square feet (156 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.
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A nice relaxing atmosphere. The staff are friendly, helpful and attentive. The food is absolutely delicious, especially the lunch menu at Sea Grapes. The staff know your needs and go the extra mile to make sure you enjoy your meal. The rooms are comfortable.
I do not know where to start it's just paradise and no it's not our first visit to st Lucia but it is to bay gardens we fell in love again with our islands. Everything is so perfect so clean just so beautifull. We had a pool room it was perfect staff are brilliant from management to waiters cleaner everyone . Hide restaurant beautiful food great we had a burger meal there it was not like any other burger meal we compliment chef .sea grapes is out of this world and my Husband had half a loves her st Lucian style I had a beautiful steak it was cooked to perfection chef Peter knows his business .Barman Dion had only been there two weeks and my pinacolda was heaven and he did a little extra thing soaked some bits pineapple in rum and put them on cocktail stick made it different he will go far his customer service is already beyond what he's car of.Hang on to him he also gave me some bits pinape smacked in rum and I put it to rum resin ice cream wow a new adult dessert called Dion hole you listen to me .seagrapes his just brilliant .The beach is just perfect and we are sea peod put the pool is paradise and we mainly we t in pool there is an island with jaqoseise hot tub and beautiful half moon seats with a lovely bridge going over .We went bed breakfast but it's best to go all inclusive and hotel as its of schemes going on with restaurants in the bay it's all so complete .ago I have the bouncy part in the sea it's so come he for adults and children .We had our st Lucian family come to visit we found home again we say 50 out of 50 best feeling ever and God willing we will be back August with more visitors especially Annabelle and Alfie the twins who our family there are waiting to meet there mom an dad and Harley an Da who love st Lucia too.All our family at home was saying how happy relaxed and content we looked o this holiday .We would like to the k a few people Karen Joseph Marvin m/s Patrick Simon Camino Fabiola our maid Martha chef Peter Dion all front of house staff lots more in restaurants. Also when you visit bay gardens beach you can go to bay gardens hotel and bay gardens inn and they do a free shuttle bus to them and in to Rodney bay shopping .all's lots to do .We found new love romances happiness peace of mind new family and friends . Also Wednesday night is management night and it's briiant you all mingle a new experience we got to do vodka tasting for hotel it was different .We will be recorded.mending this hotel to all come on my followers follow me .so happy we we t there .There is so much more to say about this hotel .Oh they have lots of schemes a d a coupe came from Guyana on a hi.e share .I'm here if I can answer any questions we did not we t to go home .Excellent thank you all at hotel paradise few pictures
We spent three nights here in early November. Our room was beachfront, but a high traffic area with a lot of foliage, so we couldn't see too much of the bay. That's actually a blessing on the days when cruise ships dock at Castries. On those days they bus hundreds of people to the beach on Rodney Bay, and it's difficult even to walk on the shore due to the crowds. So we walked into the shopping area maybe a half mile away on those days.
There actually are some very good a reasonable places to shop or eat not far from the hotel. At Bay Gardens, the breakfast buffet at Hi Tide is mediocre for anything more than a few eggs and some fruit, although the service staff is always very pleasant. I'd also recommend the poolside, if you like to do that sort of thing, but again, it gets crowded when the cruise ships come in because Bay Gardens sells day passes, which means that the hotel's paying guests often can't find a chair. If you can, the pool is very pleasant and well designed, and the poolside food service is quite good.
Rooms are good size, including the bathrooms. You'll have no trouble finding enough closet or drawer space for what you bring. They could use some maintenance improvements, though. In our case, there's a drying rack attached to the balcony that appears to have been broken for quite some time, along with other minor inconveniences.
Some other positives: the grounds are nicely kept, and they clearly take security seriously, so you should be safe there. All in all, it's not paradise, but it's a reasonably enough priced place for a getaway if you don't mind the periodic crowds.
As a time share owner I stay at Bay Gardens every year with pleasure...I have no complaints. Food, Staff, All hotel locations, Shuttle service, water park and spa very commendable. I would recommend joining the Vacation Club Time Share at Bay Gardens!
We came to Bay gardens for our Honeymoon, and sadly we’rent very impressed with the hotel.
We had a garden view, and by garden we could see what looked like a old broken shack building, and dogs running around it was an awful view.
I asked if we could be moved just a couple of rooms down so we could at least see the view from an angle, I was told the hotel is full, however we had met the hotel manager earlier that day who advised the hotel was only half full. I went back the next day and was told we could change rooms but it would be $120 extra per night! Which is an absolute rip off.
It’s very expensive, we didn’t go all inclusive, for breakfast we walked down to the shopping centre and picked up much Cheaper food.
The beach is lovely but the amount of times we were asked if we wanted to go on a jet ski was a joke, all we wanted to do was relax and sadly we chose to not sit at the beach after day 1 and sat around the pool instead to be left alone.
Amy who works around the pool area is lovely, she spoke to us each day she always checked we were happy, thank you Amy! Your new bartender who only started this week, he is lovely too he remembered our names every day we saw him.
On the other hand some staff wouldn’t even speak to us, the beach towel hut, you’ll be lucky to even get a “hi” from them.
We did do the boat trip which was very good! I do recommend going on the trip.
Overall we did feel relaxed but very unlikely to return. Very overpriced and we didn’t always feel welcome.