Ladera Resort World’s Best Hotels 2015

Ladera St Lucia

Ladera Resort Named One of the Best Hotels in the Caribbean By Travel + Leisure

Ladera Resort in St. Lucia is recognized as one of the best hotels in the Caribbean according to Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Hotels 2015 list. The publication revealed Ladera received an overall score of 92.50 and included the luxury resort on the list for the second year in a row. The score this year is an increase from the overall score the
resort received last year. The resort is a romantic paradise situated 1,100 feet above the Caribbean Sea overlooking the Pitons featuring all villas and suites with an “open wall” featuring breathtaking views.

The Travel + Leisure 500 Best List is determined by the editor’s of the publication utilizing results from The World’s Best Awards readers’’ poll, which was voted on from January until June, 2014. Readers vote in the annual poll for exceptional hotels and resorts around the globe, weighing in on categories such as rooms/facilities, location, service, restaurants/food, and value. The list reveals destinations that are most desirable.

“It is an honor to be named as one of the top resorts in the World, in the Caribbean specifically,” said Olivier Bottois, Ladera’s Vice President of Operations. “I am proud of the work my entire St. Lucian team has done this past year to ensure a memorable experience for our guests and be recognized on this prestigious list.”

Travel + Leisure continues to be a leading consumer resource for discerning travelers, highlighting must-see destinations, hotels, and experiences around the world. The Travel + Leisure 2015 World’s Best Awards survey results are available now on and on newsstands in January.

About Ladera
Ladera, located 1,100 feet above the Caribbean Sea directly between the Piton Mountains, was once one of Soufrière’s oldest and most famous cocoa plantations and transformed in 1982 into the unique resort it is today. Taking full advantage of its natural surroundings, Ladera offers a distinctive design in guest accommodations with its “open wall” concept. The west side of all 37 suites and villas is left open to expose the breathtaking views while maintaining complete privacy. The suites are constructed of tropical hardwoods, stone and tile, furnished with 19th century French furniture or replicas, wicker and accessories crafted by local artisans. Ladera also offers a
“platinum-level” experience with the addition of Paradise Ridge, a new collection of four suites and one villa blended into the northern edge of the property. All units are decorated with local artwork and feature magnificent views of the Piton Mountains and Caribbean Sea.

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