There’s no better place to pop the question than Cap Maison, the luxury 50-room boutique resort on St. Lucia. The ABC producers of The Bachelor series knew they were on to a magical place when they chose to shoot the popular prime time reality series here last year.
THREE WAYS TO POP THE QUESTION:
Champagne Zip Line
Have Cap Maison send your beloved’s ring in a basket sent via Zip Line (along with a bottle of champagne) down to a table-for-two set on the surf-splashed Rock Maison private deck.
Cap Maison’s Proposal Concierge is ready to help bachelors create a moment to remember forever. The ultimate partner in discretion, elegance and creativity, the Proposal Concierge handles every detail and ensures that the answer is “Yes!”
Say “Yes!” to the Proposal Package in 2012
Bachelors who prefer to let Cap Maison do it all may book the Proposal Package, which includes four nights in the signature Oceanview Villa Suite with a private pool, a scenic helicopter transfer to the resort upon arrival at UVF airport, a complimentary bottle of Champagne in room upon arrival, daily Breakfast and Dinner at the acclaimed Cliff at Cap, plus all the set up for a perfect proposal evening with roses and the ring delivered to a private table via the Champagne Zip Line. Rates for the package begin at $5,750 from February to March, 2012, per room based on double occupancy, a savings of 20% compared to purchasing all of the inclusions separately From April to Dec 19, 2012, package rate begins at $3,400 per room at double occupancy.
Cap Maison is set on a stunning four-acre, cliff-top parcel of land just minutes north of popular Rodney Bay, and features 50 artfully appointed suites and guest rooms. The property has been selected by Condé Nast Traveler as a “Hot List” Hotel in 2009, and has also become a Virtuoso Hotel in 2009 as well as a member of the Preferred Boutique Hotels group, adding to St. Lucia’s unprecedented growth in luxury developments over the years. Other stand-out features include The Cliff at Cap, the resort’s signature restaurant with breathtaking panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea. Executive Chef Craig Joes serves a French West Indian-inspired contemporary menu based on fresh local products and seafood. The resort also features a 2,000 square foot intimate and serene spa with an adjacent garden that provides herbs for signature indigenous treatments, as well as a private 46-foot luxury yacht available for evening voyages, wedding parties, special events and day or overnight excursions to any of the nearby Windward Islands.
For bookings and more information, visit http://www.capmaison.com/ or call 1-888-765-4985.