by Hilarey Wojtowicz
If your family is looking for a quiet, island retreat, then the East Winds Inn will be sure to please. The St. Lucia property is all about simplicity, with just 30 guestrooms, divided into individual duplex cottages housing two rooms each, and one mini suite. Guestrooms and suites come with in-room mini-fridges, coffee makers, a safe, free Internet and offer views of the ocean from private terraces and balconies. The resort has direct beach access, a free-form pool, with swim-up bar, an open-air restaurant and bar and a small boutique shop onsite. Families and guests can enjoy the sounds of island and jazz music each night, the views of a lush tropical setting and the calm waters of La Brelotte Bay. Enjoy family meals in the Flamboyant Room, which serves up Caribbean and International flavors. Evening barbecues take place, too for even more fun. Breakfast is always free. Although there is no kids club or water sport rentals, the resort is all about simply luxury, which will be sure to bring your family closer together on your next vacation.
Our Editor Loves
- Complimentary breakfast
- Tropical setting near the beach
- In-room mini-fridges & free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Yes that is what it feels like. This was our third visit and what a wonderful time we had with friends old and new and of course our amazing friends on the staff.
So much laughter! Great food and our ocean room was lovely.
It was my husbands birthday whilst there and he had the best day ever. A lovely cake, Junius’ rendering of happy birthday, Rowlands impromptu dance with him at breakfast - the day was magic
Hopefully we can make a brief visit next year to see you all again
Our regards and best wishes to everyone of you
My wife and I visited here for 6 days for our 12 year anniversary. We left the kids with the grandparents and ventured out on our own. East Winds provided a wonderful spot to relax, enjoy the island, the food, and each other. The grounds are magnificent. Just sitting on your porch in the morning is enjoyable. The food is spectacular! I highly recommend taking the sailing trip to the Pitons, mud baths, and waterfall.