Malabar Beach, St. Lucia

Take a stroll up cloud topped mountains covered in lush tropical forests, take in beautiful views across the sea to distant islands, swim in isolated pools fed by tumbling waterfalls, walk on miles of empty beaches and swim in a sea that is warm, clear and welcoming.

St. Lucia is a stunning island of natural beauty, both above and below sea level. A tropical paradise of palm fringed beaches, unspoiled rainforests and, rising high above the island, the majestic and iconic Pitons.

Whether you're after romance, rejuvenation or adventure, St. Lucia has it all. Stepping outside the beautiful St Lucia resort, there is natural beauty that will take your breath away, festivals and street parties that will have you dancing all night and a fantastic selection of local food and drink that will have you coming back again and again.

The all inclusive resort, Rendezvous, is situated on the North West tip of St Lucia, set in a beautiful botanical garden where the air is scented with the blooms of orchid, oleander, hibiscus, anthurium and other exotic flowers.

The resort sits quietly on Malabar beach, with two miles of stunning white sand to walk on and a clear blue sea to cool off in. In the distance, a hazy view of the distant island of Martinique, as its mountains peak shyly above the horizon.

A tropical paradise? We think so. Book your romantic vacation to the all inclusive St Lucia resort, Rendezvous and experience unparalleled beauty, on and off the resort.

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Couples Resort Map

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  1. Porte Cochere
  2. Spa in the Water Garden
  3. Wading Pools
  4. Verandah Suites [113-124 & 213 -224]
  5. Garden View Rooms [107-112, 207-212, 307-312]
  6. Garden View Rooms [101-106, 201-206, 301-306]
  7. Beach Front Rooms [141-148, 241-248, 341-348]
  8. Hospitality House, Wedding Parlor & Gym
  9. Samaan Tree
  10. Seaside Suites [126-133]
  11. Tennis Courts
  12. Scuba & Watersports
  13. Vendors Market
  14. Seaside Pool & Bar
  15. Towel Hut
  16. Piano Bar
  17. Public Bathrooms
  18. Reception
  19. Terrace Bar & Restaurant
  20. Trysting Place
  21. Archery Range & Golf Nets
  22. Beach Front Cottages [149-156]
  23. Boutique
  24. Buffet

Places to Visit

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The Pitons

No trip to St Lucia would be complete without going near or indeed up the two peaks that most define St Lucia. These twin pointed volcanic peaks rise side by side mid way down the Caribbean coast. They are part of the walls of a volcanic cone that blew itself apart an estimated 40,000 years ago. If you fancy climbing up Gros Piton be warned, climbing it is hard work and requires plenty of puff! We can arrange this trip for you, just ask reception.


Named by the French after the whiff of sulphur (don't let this put you off!) Soufriere is St Lucia's oldest town. A 60-minute drive south of Castries, the road takes you over a fantastic winding journey through the rainforest, with ferns that hang over the road. The town, which still has a few nice old wooden Creole buildings, sits midway down the Caribbean coast of the island just north of the distinctive Pitons and is a perfect starting point to visit the sulphur springs, Diamond FallsSoufriere Estate and of course The Pitons.

Diamond Falls

Just inland from Soufrière, in the middle of the dramatic tropical gardens are the Diamond Falls. The water is full of minerals that have slowly discoloured the riverbed orange and it is these minerals that have therapeutic qualities. So much so that in 1784 King Louis XVI of France ordered the building of the baths for the French troops so they could benefit from the therapeutic waters. This beautiful waterfall is approximately 17 metres in height and is a mixture of rainwater and volcanism fed by the Sulphur Springs. The flow of water varies at different times of year but is always spectacular.


Castries is the capital of St Lucia and lies in the north-west of the island. Not much of the attractive original wooden architecture remains unfortunately as the city has changed over the years, but there is a small clutch of wooden buildings near the city's centre, Derek Walcott Square, which has been named in honour of St Lucia's Nobel Laureate for Literature. The Cathedral, also set on the Square, is a modern building but has some charm inside. A visit to the Central Market is definitely worth it, to see the groaning tables of tropical fruits and other goods and the lively carry-on of local business.

Travel Services

Your transport from the airport

You can pre-arrange your transfer through your travel agent or, if you book directly with us, we will arrange your transfer and add it to the cost of your holiday. If you book through a Tour Operator, most companies will add the cost of your transfer to your holiday package.

There are three ways to get from the airports to Rendezvous


If arriving at Hewanorra International Airport then Tour Operators can arrange for you to be picked up with fellow guests in a small island coach.


Helicopter transfers are also provided from Hewanorra International Airport to the George F.L. Charles Airport which is closer to the resort. You will then be transferred from the airport to Rendezvous by taxi for an extra cost of $10. On departure, the helicopter transfer can be arranged at the same cost.


Transfers to the hotel can be prearranged at an extra cost of US$85 from Hewanorra International Airport one-way. Please contact the resort for group transfer rates. Travel time from the Hewanorra International Airport in the south of the island to the northern tip of the island, where the resort is located, is about an hour. From the George F.L. Charles Airport, taxis are readily available at a cost of US$10 one-way per couple and travel time is approximately ten minutes depending on traffic.

All transfer costs are subject to change.