top of page

Evening Hotspots in Rodney Bay

Updated: Nov 28, 2018

On the whole, St. Lucia is a calm island in the evening. That doesn't mean you can't have a lively time once the sun sets here, however. Rodney Bay Village is packed with bars, clubs & eateries where you can get accustomed to the island nightlife. Once the sun goes down, these spots heat up with all kinds of excitement to keep you entertained, no matter your personality or preferences. Whether you prefer a low-key pub to kick back with a beer or an energetic club with pulsating music, there's a place for you to let loose on your luxury vacation to St. Lucia.

Here's where to head once night falls:

Delirus ​This horseshoe-shaped bar is one of the best late night spots on the entire island. Delirius serves up succulent seafood, eclectic & refreshing drinks & an impressive array of beers. This is also a great place for people-watching, as the bar is known to attract locals & beautiful people with its trendy vibe & crowd-pleasing DJs. All of the original martinis, mojitos & caipirinhas are made with fresh herbs & fruit. Be careful, though – the cocktails are known to pack a powerful punch.

Pulse Nightclub The name says it all: This lounge & dance hall is always a party. With one of the island's largest discos, Pulse is sure to please any patrons with its two well-stocked bars & techno DJs, who spin basically all night long. There's even a VIP section with bottle service for high-rollers, which includes its own strobe-lit dance floor. Make sure to adhere to the dress code Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays, which forbids T-shirts, flip-flops, hats & shorts. It's definitely worth stopping by Pulse on Sundays, when you'll be greeted with complimentary rum punch.

Shamrock's Pub If you're more of a laid-back vacationer who prefers to nurse a beer than dominate the dance floor, Shamrocks Pub should be your first stop on a bar crawl. Plus, any homesickness is bound to fade since you'll feel right at home at this Irish-style bar. Shamrock's may be a little quieter during the week, but still sees its fair share of regulars, many of which are local boaters. On weekends, though, the pub livens up with a rowdier crowd. After playing a few rounds of pool or testing your skills at the dart board, you can feast on some fish & chips or other familiar favorites. For a real treat, stop by on Wednesdays for live jazz. Or swing through on a Thursday, when live entertainment, karaoke & pool competitions transform the place with plenty of action. 

5 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page