St Lucia · From £1779 per adult for seven nights
Up to 40% Off for Bookings in 2022
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Hailing back to days gone by, Anse Chastanet is the realisation of architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy who has embodied the natural environment in his designs and philosophies. With the pitons soaring out over the ocean in full view and 600 lush green acres to enjoy, there is always something to do here, or if you prefer you can simply do nothing at all. Within your reach are two soft white sandy beaches, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a designated marine reserve filled with an abundance of reefs and tropical fish. With such an assortment of natural wonders at your beck and call, you can be sure of a wonderfully eco-friendly experience on the island’s quiet south-western coast. The rooms are scattered in beautiful locations, from the beach to the rolling hillsides above, and some even have their 4th wall missing to allow you to appreciate the stunning vistas, while remaining perfectly private. Anse Chastanet is a resort like none other, and has to be seen to be believed. Rooms/Villas The resort offers 49 individually-designed rooms, or which 12 are situated as part of tropical gardens along the beach, with the remainder scattered around the verdant green hillside. The emphasis … Continued
St Lucia · From £1622 per adult for seven nights
Free Meal Plan Upgrade in selected dates in 2021 plus free nights offer!
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Jade Mountain is the only resort on the island of St Lucia to have an iconic view of both of the Piton Mountains rising high above the Caribbean. The location is like none other, nestled high above the private Anse Chastanet estate as part of 600 acres of lush tropical landscape and two pristine Caribbean beaches where coral reefs are abundant – perfect for snorkelers and divers. The hotel was built to be in total harmony with its environment. There are no rooms, just your own personal sanctuary, each individually designed with your own infinity pool – they truly have to be seen to be believed. Offering some of the greatest views in all the Caribbean, with vaulted ceilings and a completely open wall to the outside. Technology is minimal here to allow you to experience the atmosphere of the place and completely unwind. Architect Nick Troubetzkoy has made a bold statement with the design of Jade Mountain, making it one of the most striking and awe-inspiring hotels on the island. Guests have complete and unlimited access to the facilities at the sister resort, Anse Chastanet, including its restaurants, bars, beaches, spa and sporting options for your convenience. Rooms/Villas All … Continued