Rainforest Hideaway, described as ‘the most romantic restaurant in the Caribbean’, has just received an ‘EXPERTS CHOICE AWARD FOR 2016. Rainforest is a unique, over-the-water dining experience with a sophisticated Caribbean menu, twice rated by TripAdvisor as one of the top ten restaurants in the Caribbean. Rainforest seems to float on the edge of the beautiful Marigot Bay, a favourite hideaway for visiting celebrities arriving in their mega yachts, and also a popular St Lucian escape.
Rainforest is proud to be a winner in the 2016 Experts’ Choice Awards which places it among the 5,000 best hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions around the world.
EXPERTS’ CHOICE is an entirely new kind of award, based on reviews written by professionals for major travel guides, magazines, newspapers, and other respected publications. TripExpert brings together these reviews and provides a snapshot of what experts worldwide believe to be the best places to stay, eat, and visit.
How are the winners chosen?
Experts’ Choice Awards recognize businesses that have outperformed their peers, as reflected in reviews from 70+ source publications. The total number of publications recommending each venue is used to calculate the TripExpert Score
Research shows that aggregating professional reviews produces much more reliable results than user review sites.
Who are the winners?
Although Experts’ Choice winners are diverse, they all share one thing: they have received high praise from expert reviewers. Some winners have been recommended in as many as 30 different publications, often including not only travel guides and magazines but also local, national and international press.
To find Experts’ Choice winners, look for the TripExpert badge
Rainforest Hideaway, established on the Marigot Waterfront for 12 years, often described as an aquarium with a bar and restaurant attached, is also a popular live jazz venue featuring some of St Lucia’s most talented musicians.
Summer Opening: Five nights a week, closed Sundays and Tuesdays.
Jazz on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
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