Once part of the Rabot Estate, one of Soufrière’s oldest and most famous cocoa plantations, Ladera Resort stands today as St. Lucia’s most unique and luxurious resort and the only resort situated on a UNESCO World Heritage site. The setting is breathtaking and unlike any other, on a volcano ridgeline 1,000 feet above the deep, blue Caribbean Sea, with stunning views of the Pitons.
The resort’s intimate design, with just 37 rooms and suites, offers the perfect setting for forging a connection to the beauty, romance and lifestyle of St. Lucia. Befitting the resort’s eco-friendly philosophy, each is uniquely constructed from locally harvested tropical hardwoods, stone and tile. Furniture is made on site by St. Lucian artisans. Your suite’s “open wall” gives way to a private plunge pool and magnificent views of the Pitons and Caribbean.
At every moment our attentive staff is available to meet any need. Resort amenities are designed with your ultimate relaxation in mind, from authentic St. Lucian culinary experiences at Dasheene to indulgent treatments at The Spa at Ladera.
Gros Piton Suite
With an eco-friendly design and an open wall that overlooks the surrounding landscape, the Gros Piton Suite features a bedroom and sitting area with spectacular views of the Pitons and Caribbean Sea and a private plunge pool.
Suite at Paradise Ridge
Architecturally, the Suites are showpiece accommodation featuring open-air designs and panoramic views of the Pitons and Caribbean Sea. Designed for the ultimate Romantic getaway. Butler Service and Airport Transfers Included.
5-Star Luxury in Perfect Harmony with Nature
Complimentary Beach Shuttle
Ride our free shuttle to Sugar Beach, with three convenient departures daily.
The Spa at Ladera features indulgent treatments inspired by Saint Lucia’s volcanic history and the lush rainforest surrounding our peaceful retreat.
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The only resort in St. Lucia located on a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ladera is perched on a volcano ridgeline 1,000 feet above the sea and just outside the port town of Soufrière, with stunning views of the Caribbean and Pitons.