Chez Marie Alish Hotel Apartments in St. Lucia
Chez Marie Alish Hotel Apartments Gros Islet Rodney Bay St. Lucia Inn Lodgings Accommodations

Manager: Bernardin Louis Castro

Guestrooms: 7

Address: Chez Marie Alish Apt/Hotel, P.O. Box RB 2540, Massase, Gros Islet, St. Lucia

Telephone: 1 (758) 450 0482, 450 8332

Fax: 1 (758) 450 8279

Activities/Attractions: Our central location is advantageous to shopping malls, supermarkets, banks, an array of fine restaurants & bars, nightly entertainment, Beausejour cricket ground, two of the island's most popular beaches, Reduit & Pigeon Island Beach.

  • deep sea fishing & scuba diving centers
  • Rodney Bay Marina
  • riding stables
  • fitness & aquatic center
  • squash and lawn tennis courts
  • Pigeon island, our national landmark and the main venue for St. Lucia's renowned Jazz Festival
  • the ever popular Gros Islet (Capital of the World) Friday Night Street Party Jump-up

"The property is just as it looks in the pictures. We had a ground floor apartment with a small verandah with table and chairs. The accommodation was very clean and offered daily room service. It also has a small kitchenette area if you want to cook your own meals but eating out was not too expensive. The apartments are walking distance to the Friday night Gros Islet street party but not too close to be disturbed by the noise (although there is a pan yard across the road but if you like calypso music you will enjoy hearing them practice once a week). The owners ensured that our stay was very comfortable and we always felt very safe no matter what time of the day or night. On occasions we travelled into Rodney Bay to the restaurants and bars, if you enjoy a lot of night life that is the place to be but it was nice to get away from it. I would definitely recommend Chez Marie to any of my friends and to you all if you are looking for a no frills but comfortable accommodation and look forward to visiting again myself."

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General Information: Chez Marie Alish Hotel Apartments seduces with tranquil, comfort and hospitality ... an intimate hotel, providing gracious atmosphere and friendly service. We are a hotel where romance and relaxation blend wonderfully, from the moment of your arrival you will feel welcome. This intimate Hotel/Apt. is situated in the north of the island of St. Lucia, the heart of the entertainment center, and it is also surrounded by a beautiful tropical garden.

  • fully self-contained (Self-catering) with the latest amenities
  • full kitchenette
  • hot & cold water
  • air conditioning
  • phone & cell phone
  • remote Cable TV (42 channels)
  • private bath & balcony
  • iron and ironing board in room
  • coffee maker
  • microwave oven
  • safety boxes in room (electronic safes)
  • library
  • parking area

Hotel Chez Marie Alish is beautifully designed with a mixture of French and Victorian architecture, an attractive gable roof, with breathtaking verandas serving each apartment. Intricate decorative woodwork adorn its facades. This picturesque Structure enhances an already peaceful and serene area. The aesthetics and overall ambience is overwhelming.

Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).

$50-75/night/single + 18% service charge & taxes.
$55-80/night/double + 18% service charge & taxes.
$20/extra bed - rooms can accommodate two extra beds.

"We visited St. Lucia in April 2004 and the hotel we were originally booked into turned out to be a dump. It was so disgusting that we were about to leave St. Lucia after spending only 1 night , instead of 5, when a friend recommended Chez Marie. The facilities were excellent at a very reasonable rate and the staff went out of their way to make us feel at home. Chez Marie saved our St. Lucian holiday - without the owner and staff there, we would have left St. Lucia feeling bitter and disappointed!!!"