Renovations and improvements across the Caribbean village surround guests in
four-star luxury from the moment they pass through the new entrance area and
lobby, while the stunning seaside location continue to treat families and
couples alike to the unparalleled beauty of St. Lucia. Tucked away on 22 acres
against a backdrop of palm trees and a stretch of black coral sand beach cove,
this newly refurbished Caribbean Resort combines an elegant, but informal
setting to offer singles, couples, and families a high quality all-inclusive
holiday in St. Lucia.
Located on the West Coast of St. Lucia, a mere 3 miles from the capital city,
Castries and about 25 miles from Hewanorra International Airport, Almond
Morgan Bay is the first new destination outside of the Almond Resort's
group's home in Barbados. Recently opened at the end of 2005, Almond Morgan Bay
brings the all-inclusive experience of Almond Resorts to the shores of St.
Almond Morgan Bay has a selection of 4 gourmet restaurants serving
breakfast, lunch and a la carte dinner. The four restaurants offer a choice of
French 'Creole' cuisine, Caribbean/Asian fusion, a continental restaurant and
seafood restaurant. There is a choice of 4 bars, all serving premium
brand drinks, cocktails and soft drinks as part of the premium all-inclusive
Continental specialties are the order of the day at The Palm, which is the main
restaurant at Almond Morgan Bay. A full buffet breakfast, and a la carte lunch
and dinner are served daily in this wonderfully relaxed, airy restaurant with a
view of the resort’s lush tropical gardens set against a backdrop of the
turquoise and blue Caribbean.
The fusion cuisine created by the Chef at Bambou, is a mouth-watering blend of
Caribbean and Asian flavors, a delightful change from the ordinary. The
waterfront restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations are
required for dinner only.
True to its name, Morgan’s Pier is dramatically situated in the middle of the
bay. Fresh seafood specialties like Smoked Tuna with Dasheen Chips, Jerk Grouper
with Pawpaw Salsa and Coconut Ceviche with Mahi, Lime and Chili, are the focus
at this restaurant which is open for dinner only. Oversized lobsters are offered
as a menu option for a small supplemental charge. Mouth-watering desserts like
Tropical Trifle, Fruit Fondue and Pineapple Rum Babas top off the Morgan’s Pier
menu offerings. Reservations are required for this restaurant.
The mellow setting of Le Jardin sets the stage for the lively tongue-teasing
flavors of the restaurant's French Creole cuisine and reflects the flavors of
St. Lucia, from Green Figs and Salt Fish, St. Lucian Bouyon to Accras de Morue
(salted codfish cakes), Red Snapper Creole and Sweet & Sour Pork Chop with
Island Gratin and Guava Glaze. Le Jardin’s elegant dessert offerings include
Caramel Bananas and Chef Deborah’s Coconut Pie with Vanilla Creme Anglaise.
Opening each evening at 6:30pm, Le Jardin serves dinner and then melts into the
wee hours with live piano music and a welcoming bar service. Le Jardin is an
"adults only" restaurant and reservations are required.
Plum Tree Bar & Grille
Located in the Kids' Club area and serving family and kid-friendly food like
pizzas, hamburgers and hot dogs from noon to 8:00pm, the Plum Tree has a full
bar service with premium brand drinks, mixed cocktails, fruit juices and soft
drinks, all of which are included in the resort's all-inclusive program.
Afternoon tea is a specialty of Almond Resorts and is offered daily from 3:00pm
to 4:30pm at all Almond Resorts properties. With fresh sweet and savory
pastries, scones, finger sandwiches and over 15 varieties of teas available,
this very British tradition is a favorite among guests.
Almond Resorts guests can enjoy various dining venues at any of the Almond
Resorts properties on-island. A shuttle is available daily to escort you to the
The dress code is strictly maintained at all Almond Resorts restaurants. A
cover-up or t-shirt must be worn over swim wear. At dinner, dress is "informally
formal", no shorts or shorts set outfits allowed, with the exception of barbecue
nights. No bare feet, please.