Everyone is welcome at St Lucia carnival, an event which see’s high-octane celebrations with music and dancing in the street. A stay at 4 star Royal by rex resorts during Carnival will put you near to the heart of the action [but also far enough away if its simple relaxation you are looking for]. Royal by rex resorts Carnival special is offering a saving of 30% off the full room price.
For those who want to join in the party the best time to visit is next month for Carnival Monday and Tuesday [18th – 19th July], where revelers will take to the streets in a symphony of colour and music as bands strive to capture the coveted title of Band of the Year.
Whether it’s dancing and music or sunbathing and solitude you are looking for during your vacation, the Royal by rex resorts is the perfect place to stay during Carnival month.
The Royal by rex resorts is a four star property located on the beautiful Reduit beach, offering newly refurbished suites with views out to the Caribbean sea. This elegant resort includes swim-up cocktail bar and is positioned within well-maintained tropical gardens right on the beach. It’s location is also near to the tourist hub of the island, meaning you can easily walk to a large variety of bars and restaurants in Rodney Bay Village in under 5 minutes or choose to stay on resort and dine at the exquisite French inspired Chic! Restaurant or opt for a private BBQ on the beach with your very own chef.
It’s an early wake-up for locals and tourists alike who want to kick start their carnival experience with the traditional J’Ouvert celebrations. Revelers meet up in the capital Castries at sunrise on Monday 18th July [only 5 minutes in a cab from the Royal resort] where bands and their followers begin the party. It’s a friendly experience to find yourself amongst the locals happy to see you join in. On Carnival Monday later in the day, Carnival Bands make their way through the streets of Castries and return on Carnival Tuesday for a final jam session. It’s a truly Caribbean experience, not to be missed.