Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
When you stay at Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive in Vieux Fort, you’ll be on the beach and convenient to Mankote Mangrove and Maria Islands Nature Reserve. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Moule a Chique Lighthouse and Savannes Bay Nature Reserve.
Make yourself at home in one of the 250 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and free minibar items. Rooms have private furnished balconies or patios. Flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps 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’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, which include 5 outdoor swimming pools, a nightclub, and a complimentary water park. Additional amenities at this resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge).
Food & Drink
This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Grab a bite to eat at one of the resort’s dining establishments, which include 8 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. When you are in need of a refreshing drink, visit a swim-up bar or one of 7 bars/lounges, or 2 poolside bars. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10 AM.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. This resort has 3 meeting rooms available for events. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available 24 hours).
How to Get There
Had a wonderful tour of the beautiful sites off the resort with Shem. Excellent tour guide, great day of the local beauty of St Lucia. Highly recommend. Find Jaid at the beach at the resort to set up whatever local sites you would like to visit during your stay.
First time to St Lucia and we loved it! First day we arrived the staff were all so friendly. We were wondering how long it would last with everyone being so nice. The entire week we were there every staff member was so friendly and greeted you every time they saw you. Great entertainment every night but wasn't so loud that it kept up the whole resort. The food was delicious at every meal. The buffet had such a good variety of foods and it tasted fresh every day.
Beach was about a 6/10. The management does a great job at keeping the beach clean.
The resort has a lot of security all over the property. St Lucia is very safe but they make sure to have security to get into the resort, on the beach and walking around.
The resort is great for families or couples. There are separate pools for adults and families. Pool was never crowded and the bars around the pools were always easily accessible.
We are already talking about taking our whole family with us next time we visit.
St. Lucia is a beautiful, clean and safe place to visit. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. Staff went out of their way to make sure you were having a good time!
This resort is located on the Atlantic Ocean side of the island so it always had cool breezes and the ocean water is always wavy. It was beautiful and never felt too hot but we personally felt we didn’t want to swim often because it felt cold. This resort is so vast we honestly didn’t get a chance to see the entire facility but we did get to all the restaurants and the spa. The views are beautiful and the resort kept the place immaculate! We also did two excursions. Breakdown below:
FOOD: I can’t speak to other food on the island but this hotel had a lot of choices especially for picky eaters. I’ve been to resorts in the past where some food looked skeptical but not once did I feel that at any of the restaurants here. Silks is by far our favourite a la carte spot! The veranda breakfast didn’t have a ton of choices but the view is amazing and the food and service are great. (Pic with bird) we purchased for an additional cost the ocean view dinner La Luna and the food was amazing! Can’t say much about the view it was pitch black but hearing the waves lap against the wall was very romantic. The breakfast buffet was fantastic with all the choices. Lots of fun cocktail choices too with daily drinks to try! The jerk treehouse was our favourite lunch spot! Don’t miss that one.
BEACH: this beach is awesome if you love to kite surf and they do lessons for an extra fee. We didn’t swim in the water as it was very wavy and felt cold with the breezes. Lots of sea grass which is normal in the carribean but the hotel works very hard to keep it cleared away all day long. We took a taxi for $32 USD to a local beach and two hours is more than enough time to walk down the beach and swim.
RESORT: this place is huge! Our teens loved the water slides (as did we!) and the lazy river. There are multiple pools to enjoy and we never had issues getting a poolside chair! The water features are a nice touch. My husband and I slipped over to the adult only side as it was much more peaceful and quiet and the views were even better! It was nice to have choices. The family side was much louder with the kids running around (but to be expected). They had so many activities like pool fitness, movie nights, karaoke, piano bar nights, beach parties, poolside dinner and shows I could go on. They did a great job trying to reach all ages. The kid play area (our kids were too old to utilize) looked awesome!
ROOMS: our rooms were always clean. We read reviews they were smaller and a bit dated but for the amount of time you spend in them they are fine. The only thing we wished was bigger was the balcony. They are very small. We stayed in the ocean view splash premium room. Two queen beds, bathroom and balcony. Wifi was throughout resort and was reliable most of the time but spotty on occasion which we expected.
SPA: for an extra few my hubby and I enjoyed the spa. He had a deep tissue massage and steam which he loved and I had a sugar scrub and massage. It is a bit pricey but same costs as any other resort we’ve been too.
EXCURSIONS: we went on two excursions. Land and Sea tour and Land tour with dune buggies. The Land and Sea tour was a catamaran (pic here) ride to see the pitons, snorkel in two spots, enjoy drinks, music and snacks on the boat then view the botanical gardens, enjoy a local lunch and bath in the mud bath. It was a full day and the boat ride portion in the morning should not be missed! It was fun and amazing! The gardens were nice but the lunch wasn’t that great and bring a swimsuit that’s not your favourite to the mud bath as it stinks! It’s hard to get the smell of Sulphur out of your suit afterwards. (Not anyone’s fault it’s naturally stinky). You can choose just the boat trip and snorkelling option which I highly recommend! (Great value!)
We also took the green dune buggies (Pic here) and drive an hour through St.Lucia. What a super cool way to see the island! Note: you have to be over 19 and drive standard. We then arrived to the rainforest where we ziplined through 12 impressive lines! The guides were so awesome and even though I’m afraid of heights with all the trees you felt safe. After that we visited the falls and drove back. Amazing excursion!
Overall I would recommend this resort especially to families with younger children but our teens loved it too.
I highly recommend Coconut Bay resort St. Lucia for a family vacation. We were met by our rep after customs and shuttled to the resort which is only minutes away. We choose the splash concierge package and once we all had drinks when we arrived, we were pleasantly met by Vermita and taken to a lounge area for our check in. Our dinner reservations were pre-arranged, and we were able to make changes. Vermita gave us a tour as she chaperoned us to our 4th floor room with our luggage in tow. Everything was clearly explained, and our vacation started. The room was perfect with 2 queen beds and a pull out loveseat. We had NA power outlets and we brought a power bar for charging devices. We had cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in the mini fridge and re-stocked when we wanted. Every evening we had fresh towels, bed turndown service and Aaron our concierge delivered snacks! Our first night was dinner in the Coconut Walk buffet which had lots of selection from salad bar, carved beef and poultry, soup bar, made to order pasta and a kids section. If you get Mohammad as your server, he will not disappoint! Each evening in the lobby there was entertainment and Natalie took great care of us at the lobby bar. Late night entertainment could always be found upstairs in the Peter John Lounge. Top shelf alcohol is served throughout the resort. Sepherine and Yasmine took great care of our room and our kids couldn’t wait to see what the different towel animal would be each day. Morning buffet also had lots of selection with fresh fruit and crepes, omelette station and Emee cooking up French toast, waffles and eggs benedict! Get there early to get a fresh coconut drink. Towels are provided near the activity pool and never a problem getting a lounge chair, but if you want under the tiki canopy you need to get out early to get those! We spent most of our time at the splash pool which has a swim up bar and is steps to a washroom and the jerk treehouse that has self-serve Heineken and Piton on tap! Be sure to pick up a kayak or paddle board from Irvin on the beach and he will provide you with great tips, and if you’re lucky you’ll be served by his twin brother in Calabash. The beach area is spacious. Mid afternoon we would walk to the Paradise Beach Bar. When you meet Eldon his bubbly personality, music selection and Dirty Banana drink will make you return daily and be sure to grab a can of Piton for the walk back. The beach is constantly being raked for the seaweed and we choose not to swim in the Atlantic but the beach and the hammocks are great. There are lots of loungers and hammocks. The ala carte restaurants compare to top restaurants back home – service and quality is outstanding. There are 2 theme nights where they turn the splash pool area into an outdoor restaurant – a lot of work is involved, and the staff love it! Tuesday night is the western night and we would not go there next time but the Caribbean carnival on Saturday night is absolutely fantastic! What a way to spend our last night…get there early at 6 and you will stay until 9 or later. Flip Flops and the pizzeria offer up great made to order food and right beside the pools. You place your order and get a pager that goes off while you retreat back to your lounge chair. It also offers late night snacks at 10. You definitely want to get a brick oven pizza by Maurice. The local vendors set up on Tuesdays and Saturdays in the with some great items for sale. We chose a land and sea excursion provided by our vacation rep operated by Mystic Man tours and it was fabulous! We travelled by catamaran along the Caribbean side of the island, stopped to snorkel twice before docking in Souffiere for and authentic Creole lunch. We then visited Toraille falls and the volcano. The resort is large and never seems busy and you hardly ever wait in line for anything. Gilles and the Entertainment Crew were amazing with kids of all ages! Gilles had our kids involved in activities right till our final hour at the resort – tie-dyed t-shirts, dancing on stage, games/contests. Every evening school aged children can attend kids club from 6:15-8:30 where the staff take your children to eat and then entertain them with things such as hayrides, movies, etc. So that you can enjoy and adults only dinner. Each night is something different so the kids will never be bored. All the staff are wonderful and so nice, the resort is very safe and no concern with our children walking to the room or to the lazy river/water slides on their own. The airport is so close and the shuttle departure in my opinion is too early – almost 3 hours and doesn’t take long to get through the checkpoints. Some other families arranged their own transportation an hour later and then had plenty of time.
My husband and I spend 7 days in St. Lucia celebrating my birthday.
The resort was at capacity (or they said) and we did not feel crowded. We waited at most 5 minutes for drinks at the bars. Flip Flops is a great restaurant. The pizza is amazing and I’m not a pizza person. Salads were good too. Great place to get a lunch but it’s not quick. Everything is made to order. The Jerk Tree House was great food. Do not miss it!
We stayed in the adult Harmony wing. It’s a little bit older but perfect for what we wanted. We did not intend on spending much time in the room. We were on the 2nd floor and the view is ok. There are lots of beautiful trees and a small view of the ocean.
We were not able to get dinner reservations for Friday as they were completely booked by Thursday morning. The Veranda was our favorite. Sea Side was our least favorite but still good. It’s outside and loud (in Flip Flop area). It was clearly late for the kids as they were exhausted. There were a couple restaurants that are “resort evening wear”. Men must wear pants, shoes (not tennis shoes or sandals) and a collared shirt. That was no problem for us as we packed accordingly. However, there were others, mostly kids, in shorts and tennis shoes. AND they were there during adult dinner. There was a large party (~12) at Silk with kids running all around. Several of us asked to be moved as there was too much noise, and this was after 8pm. We picked adult time for the quiet. We have no problem with kids but also believe in respecting others. The buffet was typical buffet. They have lots of selections for breakfast including made to order omelets, waffles, poached eggs and more. However, we chose to eat upstairs at The Veranda most days. Great views, you order breakfast and they have Bloody Marys. Did I say Bloody Marys??? It opened at 8am whereas the buffet opens at 7.
Get up and watch the sun rise. I did this all but 1 day and was sad that I missed it. It is absolutely amazing. Best place to watch is over the pool on the family side. There was a staff member who found me every morning around 5:30, told me the best place to watch the sun rise and gave me great tips on the resort.
The staff is very friendly. Always willing to help. They have enough staff for the number of guests. The rooms were cleaned promptly when you put the sign out.
We had an opportunity to hear the country singer band. We had dinner in one of the restaurants but caught him after (he performed at buffet dinner outside that night). I don’t love country, but he was GREAT! We thought he was lip singing but NO, it was him. When he spoke, you heard the Caribbean accent (which is lovely) but not in his singing. Do not miss that show. The band on the beach was fun too. They had a bond fire and a bar.
We did 2 of the excursions and the free walk into town which was 4+ miles. We enjoyed the walk a lot. It’s so nice to experience the culture which doesn’t happen if you’re at the resort or on excursions.
There is seaweed on the beach. They clean it up as much as possible but if you want to be in the ocean a lot, you will want to pick a resort on the Caribbean side. However, you will miss out on everything this wonderful resort has to offer!
We hired a taxi (outside of the resort) for the day. We found one for $120 and tipped him $30. He took us to the mud bath, the volcano, the gardens, several stops for incredible views & pictures, we stopped in town for a local lunch and finally drinks at Jade Mountain Resort between the Pitons. The drinks were $20 each and worth it. The view is AMAZING. The bath smells of sulfur. We wore our good swim suits and washed them at the resort. However, the smell did not come out by washing at the resort but rather at home with Oxi Clean. We had several suits so that was not an issue either. Bring soap pods if you want to do free laundry. I did a load early morning the day after the bath and no one was using the machines.
We had the couples’ massage in a cabana. This was $180 + tip (we tip in the states and didn’t feel right not tipping for great service). It’s 50 minutes and totally worth it. There is oil involved so wear regular clothes and not swim attire. Don’t miss this magical experience.
We visited the hot tub after dinner several times. Bring your own towel as there are none available at night.
We met lots of folks from all over the world. We watched a show with some and had breakfast with others.
This resort was exactly what we wanted. We quickly figured out how we wanted our days and nights to go which made it perfect for us.