It sounds almost...dangerous right? But kind of fun, too? Well it turns out that the champagne is doing the zipping, not you, so it's quite safe after all. This new amenity recently turned up at the luxe Cap Maison on St. Lucia. Unlike most of its fellow Caribbean neighbors, the island of St. Lucia is hugged by craggy cliffs instead of wide, soft beaches. So a stay on the beautiful isle inevitably involves climbing stairslots of them. At Cap Maison, the restaurant, the Cliff at Cap, is perched high up on the cliffs; far below sits a wooden platform perched right on the rocks, surrounded on three sides by crashing sea. Rock Maison, as its called, is a prime spot for yoga classes, spa treatments and sunset drinks. But who wants to trek up and down the cliffside in between every round?