Can I get a discounted rate as a Return Guest?
Rendezvous is renowned for the recognition it gives to guests who return time and time again. Over the years, the resort has continued to upgrade its facilities, invest heavily in the refurbishment of our rooms while still striving to provide a holiday experience that is equalled by no other.
Can we rent cellular phones while we are there?
Yes, there are several companies that provide cellular phones for hire on both a long term and short-term basis. More information can be obtained from Reception.
Can I use the mobile phone I’ve brought with me from home in St. Lucia?
Yes, once your phone is compatible with the local providers’ networks and your provider at home roams in St. Lucia. Please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org to see if your cellular provider is compatible with the local network.
Are newspapers available at the resort?
Yes, both British (The Daily Mail) and American (The New York Times) newspapers are available daily in the boutique on property.
What types of current or electrical outlets are used in St. Lucia?
European? three-pin’ 220-volt outlets are standard on the island. However, all rooms are also equipped with American, 110-volt outlets.
Do you have facilities for kids?
Rendezvous recognizes that couples come away to steal time together and we have created an atmosphere free from the distraction of singles or children. Therefore we are a couples ONLY resort and do not provide facilities for kids.
Do you have a shop on property?
Yes, we do have a boutique on property, which opens from 9 am until 7:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:00 am until 5:00 pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Available is a wide variety of mementos such as local craft, bottles of local rum and spices, designer beach and resort wear and even the bare necessities that you may have forgotten at home.
Is Rendezvous a good choice for gay or lesbian couples?
At Rendezvous we accept all couples.
Is everything included in my romantic holiday?
The beauty of a holiday at Rendezvous is that you never really need money. Since everything imaginable is included, the distraction of money is really a non-issue. As you will see on both our website and in our brochure, the all-inclusive plan includes, in addition to your 5 Star accommodation, all meals and snacks, premium brand alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, daily activities including all land and water sports as well as scuba diving. It is quite simply the best value of any luxury resort.
Is the hotel located near a shopping area?
In recent years, the range of shopping available in St. Lucia has become quite extensive. Local craft markets abound everywhere, where you can buy unique gifts and mementos to take home. In addition, St. Lucia boasts a number of shopping malls containing excellent fashion boutiques and speciality stores. In Castries, the capital city, just 5-7 mins away, “La Place Carenage” and “Point Seraphine” offer extensive duty free shopping including the best in fine jewellery and perfumes.
Are beach towels included?
We do offer a beach towel exchange facility on the property.
Is the beach public or private?
All beaches on the island of St. Lucia are public.
How close is the resort to the beach?
Rendezvous sits on a 2-mile stretch of beachfront called Malabar Beach – probably the best beach that the island of St. Lucia has to offer. What’s even more enticing is that Rendezvous is the only resort located on that stretch!
Where is the resort located?
Rendezvous is located on seven acres of lush tropical gardens on the Malabar Beach, one of the best beaches on the island. This two miles of sea and sand provides 300 yards of beachfront and is ideal for a brisk morning jog, romantic evening stroll or the avid sunbather.
The resort’s northwest location puts two miles from the capital city, Castries and five minutes from the George F L Charles Airport. It is one hour and fifteen minutes from the Hewanorra International Airport in View Fort, which is in the southern part of the island.
How long has the hotel been in existence?
The site of the resort was once a vast coconut estate where over forty years ago a St. Lucian planter built his family home. Shortly thereafter the house was extended to include twenty bedrooms catering to the transient commercial traveller. It was then called the Malabar Beach Hotel. Over the years, the hotel grew and in 1983 the family took a franchise with the Couples chain of resorts. The hotel then became the first all-inclusive resort on the island.