Fond Doux Plantation & Resort

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Summary

19th century eco-friendly colonial resort nestled in the heart of St. Lucia, best known for romantic, intimate, and private luxury cottages.

Details

The resort is situated amidst a 250 year old working plantation and features an assortment of 15 uniquely crafted cottages, two on-site restaurants, and a collage of outdoor swimming pools, as well as an organic spa.

The resort is a scenic 45 minute drive from the island’s international airport. As a guest of Fond Doux, you will be conveniently located just minutes away from St. Lucia’s main attractions, including The Pitons, The Sulphur Springs – ‘The Caribbean’s only drive in volcano’ – and the best diving sites on the island, all within a prestigious UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Whether you’re traveling for business, a romantic honeymoon or wedding escape, or for a fun-filled family vacation, Fond Doux Plantation & Resort offers the perfect ambiance in St. Lucia for all travel types. A mere glance out your cottage door will evoke both tranquility and a journey into the land of adventure!

Responsible Commitment

Eco Tourism to Another Level

Fond Doux Plantation & Resort is St. Lucia’s only true organic resort and is also the only resort in St. Lucia that engages in true eco-building practices and cultural preservation. This is evident through our practice of identifying intricate 100+ year old French Colonial wooden buildings slated for demolition, dismantling and transporting the buildings to the resort, and restoring them as guest accommodations that stand as monuments of the island’s rich colonial history.

All the cottages were built without machinery and excavated by shovel so as not to disturb Nature. Many of the cottages were built around or incorporated the trees as a feature.

Being certified both an Organic Plantation and a member of Green Globe, this rubber stamped the Lamontagne’s commitment to the environment. Add to this the saving historic buildings, water and power conservation, it is little wonder that England’s Prince Charles and Camilla visited the estate in 2008.

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