East Winds | St Lucia | If Only

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East Winds is a charming All Inclusive property, set amongst 12 acres of tropical garden perched by the sea in St Lucia’s north west. All of the well-appointed cottages come complete with modern amenities. Upgrade to an Ocean Front Cottage to enjoy a special stay in what was once a private residence belonging to the Horlicks Beverage family.

Cuisine at East Winds is of the highest standard. The Executive Chef crafts delicious meals, working closely with local producers to create authentic Caribbean meals, together with established international dishes. Enjoy dinner at the beach in private thatched gazebos, perfect for honeymoon couples or guests seeking a touch of romance. Visit the onsite Garden Spa where the philosophy is to stay attuned to nature by using organic remedies, many of which are grown in the hotel grounds.


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What's nearby

The resort provides a varied programme of Exclusive Experiences that guests can opt-in to, these include a boat trip to the majestic Gros and Petit Piton, an aerial tram adventure, a rum distillery tour and a chocolate making tour.

At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 4 Star Deluxe
  • 30 cottages



All of the well-appointed Cottages come complete with modern amenities and a cosy, shaded patio or terrace, perfect for relaxing. The cottages also offer ample living space with the large bedrooms and bathrooms with generous showers and high-end toiletries.

Authentically Caribbean, with pitched ceilings and fans, these are cool havens of relaxation, decorated in a traditional Caribbean/colonial style.

Upgrade to an Ocean Front Cottage to enjoy a luxury of space as well as breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. A stay in this accommodation might encourage even more relaxation, as it was once a private residence belonging to the Horlicks family – famous for their night-time drink that aided sleep!


The main restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch, buffet style, with dinner slightly more formal, when fine linens, shining cutlery and sparkling glassware dress the main restaurant, and a delicious four course Table D’hôte menu is served along with live music played on the Steinway piano.

For an alternative start to the day, head to Paula’s Corner for hot breakfast options and specialty St Lucian hot breakfasts.

The lunch menu features a number of Caribbean dishes including the exciting Sugar Pot Barbecue cooking station . Or dine with a difference - in private thatched gazebos, perfect for honeymoon couples and for guests seeking a touch of romance.

For refreshments, the Sunset Bar is open all day, well into the evening, and for a ‘country house’ party feel, try the Clubhouse, perfect for pre and post dinner drinks. And for budding mixologists, the swim-up Pool Bar provides the opportunity for guests to test out cocktail making skills and serving their fellow guests.


The crystal clear waters are pretty tempting both for a cooling dip and as a playground for a host of activities, including Hobie Cat sailing, snorkelling and paddle-boarding. Caribbean Divers, one of Saint Lucia’s premier dive shops is also located just a short 200-yard stroll down the beach.

For more involved water-sports excursions, the resort team can help arrange scuba diving, deep-sea fishing and whale watching. Rightly proud of the gardens, the hotel also offers a tour with the Head Gardener once a week. There are also Yoga sessions, Pilates classes and cocktail making lessons offered as part of the weekly programme of events.

Fitness equipment, including a treadmill, stationary bike, and elliptical trainer are available in the Yoga Pavilion.



The Garden Spa offer remedies, many of which are grown in the hotel grounds. Featuring two private treatment rooms, guests can enjoy the soothing sounds of the gardens and the cooling tropical breeze that cools during their treatments.


Getting There


About 80 minutes form Hewanorra International Airport


Average temperatures range from 25 to 35 degrees and St Lucia is generally considered a year-round destination, however August to November sees the highest rainfall. December to March are the driest and busiest months and it’s recommended to book flights and hotels well in advance over this period.



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