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Hummingbird Beach Resort
Ranked #9 of 11 Hotels in Soufriere
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St. John's, Antigua
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“Good & freindly locally run hotel”
Reviewed 25 April 2011

We travelled independently, spending 6 nights at Sandals La toc (in the north) followed by 5 nights at the Hummingbird in Soufrieire.
Having lived and worked in St Lucia for a few years in the early 1980's, and not having returned until now, we were shocked at some of the development in the north including American style shopping malls around Rodney bay. But Soufriere seems to have changed little over the years and we found the Hummingbird to be a very freindly, locally owned and run hotel with a traditionally St Lucian feel.
We ate several meals at the Hummingbird and thought the food was good and reasonably priced compared to other larger hotels. Lot's of local fish dishes on the menu (as well as chicken and other meats) served with mainly local vegitables and fruits. Drinks are not cheap but less expensive than nearby larger hotels.
Excellent views of Petit Piton and Soufriere bay from our room and from the rather nice pool area.
We took a superior room, which was quite basically furnished but adequate, with en suite, a large ceiling fan and very large comfortable double bed with comprehensive mosquito netting. It's likely you will get a few bites though.
Very enjoyable local band one night with everyone encouraged to get up and dance to local rhythms.
Dived twice with the small Padi dive centre run by Chester, located on beach at foot of hotel grounds. Good well maintained equipment, reasonably priced and enjoyable diving, although not as "strictly supervised" as I've been used to elsewhere.
We had hired a car which made it easy to visit some of the nearby attractions, beaches and restaurants. There are some first class restaurants, resorts and attractions in the area, but mostly very pricy. The Dasheen restaurant (10 minute drive) has magnificent views and first class cuisine by international standards, but expect to pay over 100 US Dollars per person for dinner (or a lot more if you splash out on some reasonable wine !).

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  • Stayed April 2011, travelled as a couple
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The room was old, including the bed and bathroom linens. Noise from the laundry room below and the restaurant and pool were annoying. The service was minimum. We had to hunt down someone in the morning to get coffee. We sat at the pool, which was next to the restaurant and not busy, and never was approached for an offer of a beverage. The food was not good. We'd suggest you pay a bit more and stay at Jalousie Plantation....that was a fabulous experience.

  • Stayed February 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 February 2011

I'll share our experience in point form rather than a narrative as sometimes it's easier to get information across, well for me anyway...

- We arrived by water taxi from Rodney Bay so our first view of the resort was from the water.
- Beach was rocky and dark with a few bits of litter. Locals will solicit you for anything you're willing to give them. Water was clear and warm.
- Beach and resort are separated by a chain link fence and a single access door.
- Various yachts are moored on the water in front of the beach.
- Welcomed by staff upon arrival (Gemmie) and taken into front office to settle up the bill prior to being escorted to our rooms. Professional and pleasant check in.
- Not a traditional "front desk".
- We booked the Standard piton view room and the Standard non piton view room as we had our 2 kids with us. They would not allow the 2 adults and 2 to share one room.
- The two rooms are directly across from each other and are separated by a hallway corridor that can be accessed from the outside which the staff locks up around bedtime and also can be accessed from the main dining room through a set of swing doors.
- The bathroom is just down the corridor just before going through the swing doors and is kept clean and tidy. We had no issues with hot water or pressure.
- The Standard non piton view room can get loud as it is situated right next to the kitchen of the restaurant so you'll frequently hear pots and pans banging and staff talking. It is situated at ground level.
- The Standard piton view room has a scenic view of Petit Piton and is higher off the ground.
- Both view and non view rooms have safes ($100 deposit for the key, non combination), TV's, ceiling fans and mosquito netting. There are no phones or refrigerators in the rooms. Wifi is not available in the rooms but can be accessed at the bar.
- Windows are the swing shutter type with no screens. There is an authentic tropical flare to the whole decor. Housekeepers are thorough and do a fine job but will keep tabs on your departure day to remind you of their expected gratuity.
- The pool is not huge but the water is clean and warm. There are sitting tables and chairs as well as loungers surrounding the pool and you can enjoy lunch and/or drinks poolside.
- The restaurant has a good selection of foods to choose from and will modify various items to your liking. We had our 2 fussy eaters with us and they always found something they liked. The bar was also a nice place to chill. Big TV over the bar. Also Cuban cigars available. The place was packed for Superbowl Sunday from other resort guests on the island. Ask Mertin about the Local Viagara.
- Traditional taxi's and water taxi's to attractions, restaurants and beaches can be arranged through the front office. Normally the fare isn't given to the driver (other than a tip) but it's added to your hotel bill which can be settled up anytime. Lawrence and Kester were decent drivers.
- As mentioned earlier, we came from Rodney Bay which has it's Haagen Daz, coffee shop, full grocery store, Subway, Dominos and Burger King plus countless other restaurants representing most genres of eating. Soufriere however is the real deal. There is nothing like this here and poverty is prevalent.
- Caution...the three bank machines in town would not except my bank card. Other guests we spoke to had no problem so make sure before running out of money. I had to take a taxi to Vieux Fort ($70 US) to go to the Scotia Bank where there was no issue.
- Be careful when asking directions in town as the person whom you asked might want something in return simply for pointing you in the right direction.
- There is a grocery store in town which has basic items to supplement your eating out all the time. I'm sorry but I can't remember the name.
- We visited the Sulphur Springs which was nothing special other than seeing water boil from the ground and smelling stinkdom. The history of the springs and area is very interesting though. There are again peddlers selling their wares upon entrance where the guides are waiting to take you on your tour. The mud bath is extremely hot and is not suitable for children. It took me the better part of 10 minutes inching my way up to my neck. Another "helper" as you get out of the bath will also await his tip.
- Beaches to visit in the area? We had Lawrence drive us to Anse Chastanet beach North of the Hummingbird. Black sand and rocky along the waterline. If you're not a guest at the resort and want to rent a beach chair, you will be segregated to the left of the bar. There are scuba and snorkel equipment to rent if desired. The beach isn't very long but very beautiful.
- To the South of the Hummingbird is Jalousie Beach. Joel and his water taxi took us there. Stuck right between Gros and Petit Piton, this white sand beach is a gem. The water is clear and warm and there is a designated area buoyed off for snorkelers. Plenty to see in the water.
- We didn't get to all towns on the island and were only in Rodney Bay Village and Soufriere. The two areas are very different in many ways and the only similarity was the friendliness of the people. We brought back some good memories.
- I hope this helps.

  • Stayed February 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 February 2011

After having enjoyed several all-inclusive vacations, my fiancé and I - through circumstance - decided to try a budget holiday in an exotic location. We think that we made a great choice in St. Lucia (generally) and the Hummingbird Beach Resort (specifically).

The "up-scale" rooms were either not in our budget or unavailable, so we booked into one of the "Standard Piton View" rooms. These rooms are geared, I think, more towards a younger, backpacking oriented traveller - which was what we were anticipating. No a/c, a shared bathroom (with one other unit) and no screens on the windows! They could be shuttered, however. Don't let this description deter you, though. The room was charming! The bed, while not the best, was still comfortable as to provide a good sleep. There's an old tv, with lots of channels and a room safe. A large ceiling fan does a fine job. And, for whatever amenities one feels that they might be missing, that perception is lost once you experience the beautiful Caribbean breezes (no need for a/c...really!), the night sounds of the tree frogs and, in the morning, the sounds of the fishermen, returning to the nearby village. Just stunning! Very romantic, no matter your age! For the record, there are rooms to suit anyone's budget. This was the one we chose.

The staff at the Hummingbird, beginning with the owner - Joan Alexander-Stowe - are attentive, friendly and very professional. Our room was cleaned and freshly prepared every day. We enjoyed our most wonderful dinner, in Soufriere, at the resort's gourmet restaurant. We had a world-class view with service to match.

There's a nice, albeit small, pool that's well maintained. This is situated about 30 yards above the beach, though! You can hear the gentle surf from your room. We've never had a room that close the ocean in our all-inclusive experiences. Very nice swimming. Not much for snorkelling, though. We found a great beach, within hiking distance, at Anse Chastenet & Anse Mamin. Check those out.

Free wifi is available, but the signal only extends to the bar area! I found this to be very acceptable!

The only recommendations I would make is that, if you book into one of these rooms, bring a face cloth! They don't provide them. I don't know why not. Oh...use the mosquito netting! They won't swarm you, but, if you're prone to getting bitten, the little buggers will get you!

  • Stayed February 2011, travelled as a couple
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Basking Ridge, NJ
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Reviewed 13 January 2011

Our original trip was scuttled by the post-Christmas blizzard of 2010. The resort graciously gave us a credit for unused nights and we spent a single night at The Hummingbird Resort following at stay at the hallowed Anse Chastanet.

The good news: Your view of the Pitons will be the same, if not better, than the view from Anse Chastanet. Anse Chastanet does not have a pool and the Hummingbird does. The Hummingbird scuba operator was very professional and did a good job at half the price of the more upscale resort hotels. A marine reserve is right off the beach and it is an easy, attractive place to snorkel. The restaurant is very charming and the food was good.

The bad news: If you are used to 4.5/5 star resorts, the Hummingbird will feel "sketchy". There is a chain link fence separating it from the beach, which has a dock is mainly used by local boats. To walk into town from the resort, you will pass a graveyard which is alongside the sea. I mean no disrespect to the departed but a 5 star hotel would not be next to an eternal resting place. These items are visible on google earth so you should consult it in order to know what to expect.

We stayed in the cottage because we were five people in total. This was a small walk across the street from the main resort and it felt like a 1970's beach bungalow with a bathroom to match. If I could do it again, I'd stay in the resorts poolside rooms because they looked cute and more central.

Soufriere is a charming and colorful town that is less touristy than some of its counterparts in the Caribbean If you are adventurous and would rather explore the island then be ensconced in a resort, the Hummingbird could be a good fit.

  • Stayed January 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 12 January 2011

We arrived at the southern airport, before Christmas, and were met by a land taxi van that Hummingbird had kindly pre arranged for us. Our ride to Soufriere. along the winding mountain road, sometimes nearing the west coast, is an hour to an hour and a half.

The Hummingbird Resort is located at the north end of the small town, just as the road begins to climb up Jade mountain, so it was very convenient to walk the 3 blocks to town for the bank or the grocery store or the marina. the streets are in great disrepair and the drainage system consists of a wide ditch that runs parallel to the road, between the road and the sidewalks. Most days the roads within the town are very busy with shoppers and vehicles, so one must watch carefully when walking. If you want to buy local fruits and vegetables, or fresh fish or meat, the open market takes place weekdays from about 4:30 a.m. to 10 or 10:30 a.m. Much more reasonable prices than in the indoor grocery stores. Food is rather expensive in all of St. Lucia.

We have very mixed feelings about this hotel. We read such lovely reviews on Tripadvisor, yet our accomodations did not match at all. When making reservations,we were told that the bedrooms in the cottage were the same size and appointments as the rooms in the main building. Since we were a family of four adults, we reserved the cottage, ast had a kitchen for us to be able to prepare some local fare. We did enjoy having the refridgerator for cold bottled water and snacks, and plenty of cookware and dishes. The sitting area with very small tv was pleasant as well. the deck was the most comfortable place to be. this is where we had a wonderful view of the gros piton and the bay. Each day there was housekeeping service and clean sheets and towels.

But, the cottage has not been regularly maintained it seems and is in need of repairs and updates. It is not at all what we were told it would be. The 2 bedrooms are quite small, with little furniture or lighting. The master bedroom has a very comfortable king size bed, but it takes up the whole room. One side is against a wall. No room for night tables. the bed doubles as a night table. There are 2 small lamps on wall above headboard, but only one worked. It is rather a tight fit in order to stand in front of the small sink in the master bath, which had very serious plumbing problems causing water to pool on bathroom and bedroom floor. From the accumulation of wall stains and and mildew, and broken door from water damage, it was evident that this has been a long standing problem. After 2 1/2 days of asking for this to be remedied, we finally had success, because the owner's husband devoted his Christmas Day to solving the problem. Of course, the exposed, rusted pipes, and the long standing mildewed wall and floor areas, and broken bathroom door remained for our use and viewing for the remainder of our stay. The second bedroom, with 2 single beds actually does have room for a night table between the two beds, but none was to be had. The floor had to serve as a night table. The second bathroom, with a small stall shower, also is need of updating. It certainly is in need of some hooks or racks to hang your towels and possibly a robe.

We should not have had to figure out why the stove was not working. Gas tank should have been replaced and the rocking stove checked before our arrival (uneven floor I guess). We were told the entire cottage was air conditioned. Only the bedrooms had the wall air conditioner units, which did give off a musty odor at times. If someone was in the bedroom and wanted the door closed, the sitting room and kitchen area got no air. With effort, we could open the windows, but some paines are cracked, so one has to be very careful, and the screens are bent, and somewhat away from the frame, leaving open areas for the bugs to come in, which hpappens quickly as the sun goes down. No fans in the rooms without AC. One little fan in small bedroom, but it didn't work well.

The cottage is located across the road and uphill from the main building. This affords a nice view, but the road is in very bad condition,so walking up and down was very tricky. There is a back way to walk through a nice garden with fruit trees and herbs growing, but after the rain, the blocks on the path were shaky, causing one to be just as careful. The road is noisey due to busy traffic going up and down the hill constantly to the hotel at the top of the mountain. I think the guests in the main building are not bothered by this as the restaurant/bar structure buffers the road noise.

We did look at one of the rooms in the main building. It was a very nice size, with lovely furniture, lots of lighting, large tv, night tables, dressers, closets and modernized bathroom of good size, quite clean. If we had been told how different the cottage was from the main rooms, we would have simply reserved two rooms instead. The pool and surrounding area is quite attractive and does have those hummingbirds visit the flowers at various times of the day. A nice view of the bay and piton from there. The restaurant is pleasant and open to give that view. A very nice breakfast overlooking the piton each morning was quite a treat. We had dinner there one evening as well, and most of our group found the food to be satisfactory.

The beach is absolutely awful. Even though the volcanic sand is very rough on one's feet, and the rocks in the water make walking into the Caribbean painful, one could still enjoy sitting on the beach for while if it wasn't so filthy. It does not look like the pictures on the net or in the brochure. It is full of garbage, from one end to the other. We realize that the beach is public, and since this is near the town, the residents use the beach quite a bit. But if one advertises a beach for the hotel guests, then the area by the hotel path and gate should be cleaned up each day. So instead, we took a water taxi (large rowboat with motor) one day to Anse Chastenet beach, nothing to see for snorkeling anymore(coral all dead) and one day to Jalousie Beach, where you can also do a little snorkeling, although the coral is dead, there are some fish to see. Both these beaches have softer sand, but still have rocks in water. Thee hotels pick up any garbage ,so you can enjoy sitting at the beach. At Jalousie, which is actually located between the two pitons, you can walk up the mountain to see much of the rainforest area via a lovely wooden pathway/stairway that has been built. I had discovered it just before our water taxi was coming for us, so I only had time to walk up about 10 minutes worth before turning around to get back to t he beach. Whenever you hire a land taxi or water taxi in St. Lucia, it is best to hire the driver as a round trip, therefore you must decide on a pickup time for the driver to return for you.

Staff is very friendly at Hummingbird, including those in the little office, which serves as the lobby, as well as in the bar and restaurant and the housekeeping and security staff as well. The office staff is always at the ready and desirous to offer assistance regarding siteseeing and transportation, but often simply does not have the information one would like.

Information for those planning to visit St. Lucia during holidays because we were misinformed about what facilities would be open and what would be closed during Christmas and New year's. Just about everything closes down for the 3 1/2 days of the Christmas weekend and the same again for the New Year's weekend. The hotel restaurants are open, but that is about it. We were lucky that Hummingbird was able to find a water taxi driver who would work the afternoon of Christmas so we could visit the Jalousie beach.

We visited the Diamond Waterfall and Botanical Gardens one afternoon-took a taxi. Be advised, that for the forseeable future, you only get to see a very small portion of the gardens, which are nice, but..... The rest is closed off for repairs from the hurricane damage. You can walk to see the waterfall,but there is much damage around it as well. We did not go into the mineral baths. It is three large tubs really, luke warm and no moving water-just still. Not very inviting to say the least.

The Old Mill Restaurant in the brochures was not open at all. We also discovered that the restaurant Fodor reccommended in his 2010 guide for St. Lucia, The Still, has been closed for over 5 years. We walked about a mile to get to it to find that out. So, you know what we now think of Fodor's guides-completely unreliable. Cross him off your list of travel advisors.

Besides the restaurant at Hummingbird, you will want to try the restaurant up the hill on the road to Castries. Hummingbird told us about it, and it is wonderful, but take a taxi ; we were told it was a quick walk and easy to find. We exhausted ourselves, walking up steep hill for a long time, in the dark, and never found it on our own. It is called Gee Bon Manje Restaurant. Do not get the Volcanic Shrimp dish. It is the most expensive dish on the menu I believe, only gives 5 very small shrimp, and one of the shrimps made the person who ordered it violently ill all night, vomiting for 24 hours. If you want a bite to eat in the town, we tried the one at the end of the marina, I think it was called Le Petit Piton (perhaps in the daytime you can see the Petit Piton from there). Two of the dishes we ordered were very unique and very good. Two were awful, and we didn't eat. Owner is very nice and tried to figure out what went wrong. Who knows, but worth a try-the steak and one of the mahi mahi dishes were both really good. The other mahi mahi dish was not good. The salad had an unpleasant tasting, jelly-like dressing and could not be eaten. Archie's is a tiny local place on the main street; we took out chicken from there one night. Tasty, but did give us a little stomach distress the next day-just a little; nothing one Immodium couldn't fix in a flash. WE never travel without it.

When it was time for us to go north for our reservation at The Bay Gardens Beach Resort on Reduit Beach, we decided to hire a water taxi instead of going on the winding road along the western side of the island. Everything takes about twice as long as you are used in the US (especially ordering food) and everything is either up or down a mountain in St. Lucia. We wanted to see more of the coastline, and this was a great way to do it. We needed a large water taxi to take four adults and all our luggage, which we packed carefully and wrapped in plastic , just in case of splashes or rain. It is a great ride-a bit rough, as the waves and the wakes of other boats can bounce you around a bit, but our driver borrowed a larger boat, handled the waves well and got us up there in an hour. Unloading was quite an experience, since there is no dock at Reduit Beach, but the younger and heartier members of our group accomplished the task without mishap. Shane, our water taxi driver, was a pro.

It is because of the unsatisfactory condition of the cottage, often exhausting effort put forth to figure out and arrange activities, and the unpleasantness of the beach that I can not make a higher reccommendation for this hotel. Perhaps this will change in the future. I know the owner and the staff do want their guests to be happy.

  • Stayed December 2010, travelled with family
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Reviewed 28 December 2010

My husband and I stayed at Hummingbird for 2 nights near Christmas. We felt very welcome and our needs were well attended to by Jemmie (front desk), Merton (the friendly bartender), and others. We requested an air conditioned room, which turned out to be a good idea due to humidity and bugs, but there seemed to be a trade off between AC and a view with the result that we felt a bit claustrophobic. The room furnishings were faded and the lighting was dim. The shower was very weak, even cut off intermittently-- I wonder if this was due in part to the recent hurricane, which no one mentioned but which apparently took quite a toll on the Soufriere area. The breakfast included with the room was hit-or-miss, mainly boxed cereal and milk from a carton, fruit which was not quite ripe, and white toast. The restaurant for dinner was really not very good. Despite these quibbles we felt there was a sincere effort to maintain a good lodging place in the face of some severe infrastructure limitations in this part of the island. Despite our best efforts, including renting a car, we were not able to see other parts of the island as it was raining during our stay and the roads were very bad; driving through Soufriere was awful. For those who want to stay put, the location of this hotel is beautiful and we did spend a pleasant evening sipping the special rum drink (delicious) and watching the sunset over the beach to one side of the Piton. If we return to St. Lucia in future however (doubtful), we would probably opt for a more developed part of the country.

  • Stayed December 2010, travelled as a couple
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Property: Hummingbird Beach Resort
Address: Anse Chastanet Road, Soufriere, St. Lucia
Region: Caribbean > St. Lucia > Soufriere Quarter > Soufriere
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#5 On the Beach Hotel in Soufriere
#5 Top resorts Hotel in Soufriere
#9 Family Hotel in Soufriere
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:2.5 star — Hummingbird Beach Resort 2.5*
Number of rooms: 10
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Hummingbird Beach Resort is a small, intimate resort, located in the scenic town of Soufriere on the south western part of St. Lucia, home to the famous pitons – a world heritage site. Hummingbird Beach Resort has eight (8) beautifully decorated rooms, most of which offer magnificent views of the ocean and the pitons. We also have a Country Cottage which accommodates a family of four (4) comfortably, it is fully furnished and offers breathtaking views of the pitons. We are world renowned for our French Creole Cuisine, award winning cocktails and beautiful batik studio. We are located on the beach and also have a fresh water swimming pool. We do arrange a wide range of tours and excursions. Spa treatments can be made available on request. Let us host your dream wedding or wedding reception dinner. Our tropical island setting and renowned hospitality combine to make your Caribbean wedding and honeymoon an unforgettable experience. Make the charming Hummingbird Beach Resort your choice of accommodation in Soufriere. ... more   less 
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