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We stayed here for two nights in order to explore Soufriere. ( Climb the Piton, mud baths etc) The hotel was easy to find, but we did spend a $90 US just to get to Soufriere from Castries ( each way) The staff was very...More
Really I found this place in mount abu its haven on earth...it's so nice feeling party with friend and family ..site late night in the garden.very cool place in monsoon time thanks to all hotel staff and management.finally I will say to all go to...More
Enough is enough. I don't want to waste my money anymore in a 5 stars resort. Hummingbird was perfect for me and my girlfriend. Our romance in St-Lucia was amazing. Because of the price and also for the location in Soufrière. We were closed to...More
My boyfriend and I just got back from a week long stay at the Hummingbird, and already want to plan our next trip back!
First off, Amazing location! What more could you want than breakfast looking out at petit piton? magical. The beach right in...More
Compared to other 'resorts' on the Island, Hummingbird offers outstanding value for money.
The owner who has run it for 38 years, has been honoured by the British as an MBE no less!
As other reviewers have mentioned, my wife and i experienced a big...More
Their are plenty of dive centers in the area but Hummingbird Beach Resort doesn’t actually rent tanks. David the owner I’m sure will hook you up with a mask and fins if you want. The jetty and cliffs to the right side of... More
Their are plenty of dive centers in the area but Hummingbird Beach Resort doesn’t actually rent tanks. David the owner I’m sure will hook you up with a mask and fins if you want. The jetty and cliffs to the right side of Hummingbird beach were pretty cool while I was snorkeling. The beach itself didn’t have much life and too much garbage but there is a wild drop off into the blue. Recently a large barge sank off Soufriere pier and I’m sure if you have tanks and the right guide you’ll see some really interesting life and hopefully a new reef taking life over the sunken barge!