Literally translated from Creole Patois as ‘beautiful day’. Bel Jou’s relaxed atmosphere is equally appealing whether you are looking for a leisurely holiday or a real Caribbean experience.
Bel Jou has recently undergone an exciting refurbishment, including the addition of twelve new garden rooms. Find out more about recent renovations at Bel Jou.
- Verandah Restaurant
- Cocktail lounge
- Cabana Grill
- Outdoor swimming pool with terrace and pool bar
- Rooftop sun deck
- 24-hour English Speaking reception
There are 64 air-conditioned bedrooms, 52 of which are in the main building and have French doors opening onto a balcony overlooking the sea and hotel gardens. Rooms for twin occupancy have twin beds.
Bathrooms have a shower and wc, and all rooms have a flat-screen television with integral DVD player, telephone, tea and coffee-making facilities, hairdryer, fridge and safe.
The remaining 12 rooms are for single guests, situated in spacious terraced bungalows with French doors opening onto a terrace.
Please note that there are no lifts and there are a number of steps to negotiate in and around the hotel. If you in any doubt as to its suitability please speak to our Travel Consultants.
Food and drink
You will be staying on a full board, all-inclusive basis, with a free bar serving local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from 11am until 11pm each day. There will be a welcome drink, daily cocktail party and celebration dinner during your stay.
Bel Jou offers you a choice of dining options. The Verandah restaurant, which has received Saga's one-rosette Good Food award extends out on to the terrace, so that you can choose to dine al fresco or indoors. All evening meals will be served in the Verandah Restaurant
The Cabana grill is also available for light lunches daily, except Sundays.
Meals are a mixture of buffet and waiter service and the cuisine is local and international with influences from the best of modern British and classic French styles.
Entertainment and activities
There is a variety of activities and entertainment available for you to take part in during your stay at Bel Jou. Some activities are at an additional charge and activities may change from time to time.
- Talk on the history, folklore and traditions of St Lucia (fortnightly)
- Creole cookery lessons
- Rum tasting and cocktail-making demonstration
- Weekly live entertainment
- St Lucian evening with traditional music and dancers
- Barbecue evening with reggae, steel bands, and other themed evenings
Additional leisure activities
- Scuba diving and snorkelling tasters in the pool
- Croquet and Pimms
- Golf putting