Looking for a place to stay in Castries? Then look no further than Casa del Vega, a charming hotel that brings the best of Castries to your doorstep.
Rooms at Casa del Vega provide air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Casa del Vega guests have access to room service. You can also enjoy an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Casa del Vega.
Given the close proximity to Derek Walcott Square (1.1 mi), guests of Casa del Vega can easily experience one of Castries' most popular landmarks.
Travellers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to The Pink Plantation House, The Coal Pot, or Caribbean Pirates Limited Restaurant and Bar. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Gobble.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Rodney Bay (0.6 mi) and Immaculate Conception Church (1.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Casa del Vega as you experience everything Castries has to offer.
My wife and I stayed 1 night with a Hotels.com reservation. After an 50 minute night flight from Antigua, we waited for our confirmed hotel pickup. After 15 minutes, I called and the owner apologized and came immediately (driver was sick and there would be no US $10 charge) for the 1.2 km west to this hotel. Her nice granddaughter took our Visa payment, provided WiFi code, then showed us down to our ground floor Studio A. (Our confirmed Studio D had been given away by mistake to a late arriving group). We entered a small private patio to a simple but spacious room with a firm queen, 2 side closets, small wall TV with English cable channels, AC, fan and only one of the 3 lights worked. To the side was a small kitchen with table and 2 chairs, and further down, the bathroom with an odd vented bi-fold door and bare stall shower. We asked for toilet paper, a hand towel and 2 coffee mugs. The AC quit running during the night and we put on the fan which did not control the no see-ums. Our morning shower had no hot and very slow cold water. Our 7:30 AM patio breakfast included scrambled eggs with cheese, salad, 2 types of bread and coffee with a delightful view over the bay surrounded by tropical gardens. We could hear the waves gently hitting the shore and saw a plane coming in to land. At 8:15 AM, the owner kindly dropped us at the bus station on her way to town at no charge. We found this quiet friendly hotel a convenient stay for our after dark flight and a decent value at US$84 per night.…
I have read many reviews about this location and my experience was a little different. In fact the lady went out of her way to ensure I was comfortable. She was polite and was extremely professional. Casa de Vegas is what it states it is a 3 star property. No thrills about it and or an over statements. The view in the back is to die for. Sunset is to die for! A glass of wine during sundown would be good for one’s soul. Most people who wrote about this place I don’t think even took the time to know the person they were so eager to criticize. I travel around the world and place my expectations in check when I travel. Great location for folks that are transiting,for an explorer who needs a place to base themselves and for someone who isn’t seeking the thrills of a 5 star property. One thing is for certain, there is no one there to haggle you. Great stay for a couple of days. Needed that little break. …
The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. We had a blast. The hotel itself was in the process of being updated. If you don’t mind fresh air, no screens and luke warm showers all with a lovely view then this place is perfect for you. If you are expecting a fancy hotel with a lot of perks this isn’t for you. They have a breakfast daily which was amazing, a rocky and partially sand beach on the property and a prayer garden in the works. We really appreciated the service that we got for the price. Some of the workers lived on site which was nice because someone was always there to help us out, share some history of the island or just lend a helping hand. Thanks for making our trip enjoyable and special!
Little hotel/motel located at the Vigie, best view over the bay. It's green everywhere, with an access to a small creek located underneath the trees and hidden from the crowd Very friendly people, easy going and helpful Located at the Vigie where the French and Mexican embassy are, a historical place in Castries. Ask for "Junior" to get a guided tour and why not a boat ride.
We stayed here for 5 nights in a studio (due to a slight mix up we were upgraded) and were treated very well by Merlyn and her family. It's true that the furnishings are in need of an upgrade but that is reflected in the price. We used this as a base to explore the north of St Lucia by car; this was a very convenient base. The area is quiet at night with stunning views and sunsets. The room was spacious, with a separate kitchen, and a terrace with seating. The bed was very comfortable and the studio was clean. The aircon worked fine. I'd stayed before and chose to return, and I was not disappointed.
Nice hotel, with an inspiring view. Clean and open. Marlyn, the owner was very kind and drove me to Castries for a meeting I had. The personnel was very friendly. Would stay there again. Close to the Castries Airport and the beach is walking distance.
I’m travelling for a month, mainly in the Caribbean. In all my travels this has been the worst experience. The welcome we got was hostile to say the least, clearly we were an inconvenience to the lady that runs the place. The room ....oh my.....there are no words. It looked like it hadn’t been redecorated since the early 1970s, the aircon didn’t work very well, the toilet was not clean and there was hair in the shower. We only had to stay one night before getting a ferry but otherwise I wouldn’t have stayed. If they charged half the price for these rooms it would still be overpriced. Get your view elsewhere!
First arrival date Mon 17/07/2017 no one to pic me as advertised, so i took a taxi who cost me 20$ eastern caribe, at my arrival they said that nobody told them that i were comming, they couldnt tell me were i were going to be, & in witch room, then the room was not done, so i had to wait outside in the sun, then i were starting to regrette my trip because i came by ferry, so i finally got to the room, no toilette paper, no towels, no soap to have a bath, then after our remarks they finally gave me a little towel two little soaps, then i settled 5 min then i asked for 📶 wifi , so you got a fake wifi that works half 2 min interval, then i asked for the meal, there was no chef cook for today and tomorrow so again DISAPOINTED for two days, finally I had to buy a 🍕 pizza for dinner, I'm too angry 👊 to say the rest, This is not a 🛌 hotel its a familly guest house because thief sisters were in rooms without paying a dime, " THE ONLY IMPORTANT THING FOR THEM IS YOURE MONEY " So DEFINITELY i ADVISE NO ONE TO GO OVER THERE, THERE IS A BIG LACK OF SERVICE, I'M STILL 👊 ANGRY " PLEASE PEOPLE DOTHING TO THEMO TO THIS DISGUSTING PLACE " IT'S A FAKE. …
Initially my two friends and i were booked on flight back home upon arrival all flights were cancelled due to a storm in our home country. We were doomed and the friendly airport staff called Merlyn. She arrived and took us back to her place told us to shower and we will hit the grocery. Frustrated as we were since we had no time as to when we would returned home merlyn and her staff ensure we had everything we needed. The rooms was clean relaxing reminded me of my home away from home. She ended us giving us a discount the second night. Merlyn personally was a blessing for us and no one would have taken the time to ensure we had everything we needed driving us to and from the airport and grocery store without hessitation. Once again i recommend this place to anyone who really wants the true caribbean feel of st lucia.…
This hotel was selected as an overnight transit stopover close to the airport. In this regard it was a perfect location. The rooms are very cheap, clean and basic. We booked the double room which turned out to be little small and cramped with a partition wall between the bed and toilet, for US$60 for the night. We opted to upgrade to Suite B which was spacious with a separate kitchen and sitting area for an extra US$20. We found this much more comfortable. The hotel is set amongst its own beautiful, lush self planted garden which has a variety of tropical plants and fruits. There is a common room for viewing the sunset on a balcony, overlooking the lovely bay and island. Merlin (owner) was the ultimate host and nothing was too much trouble, accommodating any of our needs. She collected and returned us to the airport which was great. She also substituted as a taxi when a taxi couldn't be found. Merlin cooked up a really nice, filling breakfast all for US$10. If you're looking for economy priced accommodation close to the airport with a very personable host then this hotel is perfect.…