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This romantic 600-acre hillside hideaway is a unique resort in harmony with its lush, natural environment. The 'get-away-from-it-all' philosophy means that rooms have no TV or radio - instead you admire the spectacular scenery from the beachside rooms or sea views from the treehouse-style rooms further up the flower-decked hillside! How much you get up to on this holiday is up to you. There are many activities on offer here, from tennis to windsurfing, kayaking and snorkelling. For the less actively inclined, simply do nothing, lie on the beach or enjoy one of the therapeutic body and beauty treatments.
In a hillside-beachfront setting within its own 600 acre estate bordering two soft sand beaches on St Lucia's southwest coast. Transfer time from airport: 1 hour.Larger Map
49 rooms (12 beachside; 37 hillside cottages) all individually decorated with patio area, ceiling fans, tea/coffee-making facilities, fridge, private safe and hairdryer. Superior Hillside Rooms - with 2 twin beds or king-size bed, sleeping max 3 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children,
Deluxe Beachside Rooms - spacious with 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds are air-conditioned and located in a garden just a few steps from the water's edge, all sleeping max 3 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children.
Deluxe and Premium Hillside Rooms also available, sleeping. Some rooms have a formal separation between the bedroom and sitting room while others are open plan. A 4th wall may be missing entirely in some of the hill deluxe and premium rooms to enhance the amazing views of the Caribbean Sea and/or the Pitons.
3 gourmet restaurants plus the Jungle Grill and Bar (accessible by water taxi, serving lunch); the open-air Treehouse Restaurant; the Piton Restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and a daily changing dinner menu 6 days a week; Trou au Diable Restaurant serving lunch and dinner daily. Dining choices include St Lucian-East Indian fusion cuisine and a vegetarian menu. 2 bars. Afternoon tea. 2 beaches, one of which 'Anse Mamin' is reached by 5-min free boat shuttle for extra seclusion, and coral reefs great for diving and snorkelling, Kai Belte Spa*, PADI dive centre*, tennis, free water sports include Sunfish sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and snorkelling. Complimentary yoga 5 days a week. 600 acres of forested hills for jogging, guided walks and jungle biking on 10 miles of specially adapted trails.
Half Board and Full Board are available at a supplement.
Children under 10 years are not permitted at this resort with the exception of Jul/Aug/Sep when the minimum age is 6 years.
*Denotes local charge.
Available at a supplement and includes all meals, drinks and snacks and all entertainment and activities above unless otherwise stated.
3 nights: 01-03 Jan '15 and over Christmas and New Year when it is 7.
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Great hotel and staff. Pro: 1. Location (most of St. Lucia activities are nearby) 2. View (rooms on the hill have breathtaking view, but don't have an AC. Nights are cool enough, at least in... Read more November. We stayed in the room on the beach with air conditioner. We turned AC off at night. I prefer room on the beach to avoid walking up and down the rather steep and long stairs. Hotel is spread out on the large hill, vertically. Hotel manager was very kind to upgrade us to this room) 3. Water activities, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Excursions - All are great and for all skill levels. 4. Staff (everybody is very helpful and genuinely nice, eager to accommodate your every wish.) 5. Tour of Jade Mountain Resort (view and rooms are out of this world) 6. Food (good and interesting, even Indian (not a big fan) was really good. We felt it was a bit overpriced. We are from NYC area and, I guess, a little spoiled with great food. We find out we don't have to order entire prefixed menu, just certain dishes and it came out a little bit cheaper.) Cons. 1. Road that leads directly to the hotel from main road is not for faint-of-heart. 2. Very secluded (could be PRO not a CON), specially during have rain. Road gets flooded. Water taxi only way out.) 3. Lights in some rooms are very dim. I wish it would be a little brighter, since it gets dark 5:30 in November. 4. Nearby Town - not very exciting, including recommended restaurants. Not much cheaper than in the hotel, and certainly not better. Read less
we have been at anse chastanet for 4 days. on our first evening the sunset was stunning. hotel is pretty good, its up in the hill. so walking to rooms is little bit hike. but it comes with a con... Read more ; great landmark and scenic overview from your hotel room or pretty much anywhere in the resort. prices are definitely super expensive not only in the resort but in the all island for tourist prices tends to be 10x than domestic. resort is owned by canadian-russian architect who also owns "Jade mountain" rooms go for $1000/night min(butler included) . we get to go there for lunch since it is up in the hill. it was 10 min walking. we definitely enjoyed our stayed, i hope you enjoy too. just to let you know, expect mosquito issues in the resort and in your room, there is no tv or airconditioner in most of the rooms, poor craftwork in furniture and appliances etc...overpriced island in general, meals are decent, overall it is very rustic, there is wifi but it is very spotty or slow Read less
My husband & I did an open air massage @ this resort while on our honeymoon. It was so calming & Pat had the perfect pressure. This was also some of the most beautiful snorkeling we have ever done... Read more . Beautiful coral & sea life. I would highly recommend this spot for fun, romance & a relaxing experience. Read less
We stayed as a family of 4 with teenage kids in October 14. This resort will not be for everyone: there are steps to the beach, no pool and no a/c in many rooms and the evenings are full of the... Read more noise of the jungle. We loved it: the whole locally sourced ethos of the food, (the trip round the estate is worth it) the furniture and as much else as they can manage is both great for the food which is some of the best we have ever eaten in a hotel. and makes the whole feeling of the hotel unique in a charming, beautiful and slightly homemade way: no mass produced furniture here. Our rooms 3C/D were amazing: a tree in the room! The beaches are amazing as is the setting: sunrise, pitons, sunset...but the highpoints are the staff who are to a man and woman charming, efficient and friendly and the activities: diving, snorkelling, jungle biking, walking...our thanks to Meno, Victor, Jungle, Joevan, Abo, Junior (spreading the happiness!) and Peter the assistant manager and all the others who should be named but there is just not the space...you were all special and made us feel at home in your wonderful home letting us know all about St Lucia, its people, history plants, birds and fish: And we still had lots of time to relax on the beach reading relaxing and drinking the cocktails. We would strongly advise all inclusive as the food and drink at the hotel is not cheap and its a long way to get anywhere else! Read less