Accommodations

One of the most tourist-centric spots on St. Lucia, Rodney Bay has built itself up to be able to accommodate the growing number of visitors that arrive here each year. Lodgings range from small cabins to sprawling resorts and everything in between. There are multiple types of hotels to pick from in the area, including tons of hotels and a selection of resorts. Guests looking to enjoy a spirited nightlife scene will find precisely that at several hotels around Rodney Bay. Click on… more…

Hotels

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Villa Complexes

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Villa Rentals

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Activities

Despite being located on the complete opposite side of St. Lucia from the international airport, Rodney Bay remains a popular tourist destination. The quaint village is set up both for residential and commercial purposes, while much of the daily activity revolves around the modern marina.… more…

Diving

The underwater landscape off the coast of Rodney Bay is shaped by the… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

At 27 miles long and 14 miles wide, the island of St.… more…

Fishing

Big game fishing is popular round Rodney Bay, and tourists… more…

Restaurants

More than any other town on St. Lucia, the island's gastronomy shines in Rodney Bay. Here you'll find the largest number of restaurants as… more…

Attractions

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Transportation

Set on St. Lucia's northwest coast, Rodney Bay is a place of unparalleled… more…

Air Travel

The funny thing about flying to Rodney Bay is that to get to the town… more…

Rental Cars

At one time, renting a car in Rodney Bay wasn't recommended thanks to… more…

Sailing & Boating

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Taxis

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Attractions

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Snorkeling

Snorkeling in Rodney Bay is not something you hear a lot about, but it is definitely an activity you should consider participating in, even if it does take a little bit of planning to pull off in such a way that makes the experience a worthy one. St. Lucia'smore…

Sailing & Boating

The calm Caribbean Sea that edges the coast of Rodney Bay is known… more…

Fishing

Big game fishing is popular round Rodney Bay, and tourists… more…

Diving

The underwater landscape off the coast of Rodney Bay is… more…

Attractions

Despite being located on the complete opposite side of the island from the international airport, Rodney Bay remains one of the most popularly… more…

Map

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Map

Pigeon Point Beach is one of the island's better known historical… more…

Weather

As is the case with many Caribbean islands, St. Lucia's visitors should expect hot and humid weather conditions year round due to the island's proximity to the equator. Fortunately, visitors will rarely feel uncomfortable as mild trade winds bring cool breezes off the water that offer some respite from the heat. The average temperature on St. Lucia ranges from 70 degrees Fahrenheit to the upper 90s. Humidity on the island averages… more…

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