You might have seen Juan Pablo Galavis relaxing in a luxurious suite for The Bachelor in St. Lucia. Juan Pablo spent his time at Cap Maison resort in the Villa Suite. Juan Pablo mulled over whether he should select Nikki Ferrell or Clare Crawley during his stay in suite #22. Just in case you are wondering, the rate for the Villa Suite is $1,360 per night, not including service fees and VAT.
According to Cap Maison, the suite is between 2,800 and 3,000 square feet and it includes a fully equipped kitchen, living room and a powder room. The high glam element of the suite in the resort where Bachelor Juan Pablo stayed is the rooftop terrace with a pool, bar, and dining space.
Cap Maison is perched on top of the bluffs of St. Lucia. Some guests can be lulled to sleep at night by the crashing waves. Some of the suites have private rooftop terraces with pools, just like the Villa Suite where Juan Pablo resided.
A look at one of the rooftop terraces at the Cap Maison reveals the tile floors and plenty of seating areas to gaze at the sea.
Below is the interior of a suite like the one where the Bachelor Juan Pablo stayed in St. Lucia in 2014. Notice the wood furnishings, the open floor plan, large terrace and ocean view.
With some of the largest suites in this part of St. Lucia, the Cap Maison has a combined living space and dining space. There’s also an area to use the internet and a fully-equipped kitchen.
Guests can follow the steps down to the beach in St. Lucia from the Cap Maison resort .
Where did Clare and Nikki stay during The Bachelor Finale. Well, Clare and Nikki stayed at St. Lucia’s The Landings Resort in two of the three bedroom grand suites. One of the suites had a beachfront view, while the second suite had a view of the harbor. The grand villa suites are on the top floor of the resort and they all have plunge pools. The grand villa suites are about 2,300 square feet. The average rate for the three bedroom grand suite is about $1,548 per night, inclusive of tax.
Most of the fans from The Bachelor know that 2014 was not the first year that the show was filmed in St. Lucia. Although The Landings was not featured in a previous season of The Bachelor, the scouting team for the show loved the resort and chose it as one of the locations for this year’s finale.
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