Anse Chastanet St Lucia, Caribbean

“St Lucia as it was pre air-con and hi-tech. Large rooms have wooden shutters, hard wood floors, artworks and big terraces. Direct beach access, complimentary watersports, gym, spa and tennis courts. Five restaurants providing equally excellent cuisine. Piton views, jolly decor and relaxed ambience. ”

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“We don't have a full review for this property yet, but it has been recommended and inspected by our Caribbean expert James Henderson, an independent travel journalist writing for the Telegraph and the Financial Times, including its luxury magazine How to Spend it, as well as being series editor of the Definitive Caribbean Guides'”

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ANSE CHASTANET, ST. LUCIA

This 600-acre resort has octagonal hillside cottages and waterfront rooms individually designed with local woods...

Originally published by Conde Nast Traveller (view article)

Anse Chastanet hotel, St Lucia: review

For architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy, the core idea behind his creation is that everything should be integrated as much as possible with the stunning surroundings....

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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Facilities

Rooms with balcony/terrace
Bicycles available
Wedding license
Bar
Safe
Airport transfer
Massage
Library
Sit-out Terrace
Wifi
Restaurant
Spa
Garden
Gym

Activities

Snorkelling
Surrounded by stunning coral reefs
Sailing
Local markets
Choiseul, the island’s not-for-profit village co-operative that sells leatherwork, weaving, ragdolls and pottery
Birdwatching
Cycling
Bike through the 8 miles of rainforst trails
Fishing
Great walks
Tennis
Courts and equipment
Watersports
Borrow snorkelling equipment, sunfish sailboats, kayaks and windsurfers (all free to use)
Scuba course
Learn to dive at the on-site PADI school
Windsurfing
Diving
Kayaking
Sights nearby

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49 rooms from $355 per night

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Recommended for

Snorkelling
Surrounded by stunning coral reefs
Hideaway
No technology in the rooms, secluded spot in the bay and quiet ambience all leave you feeling truly relaxed
Romantic Break
Weddings

Activities

Sailing
Local markets
Choiseul, the island’s not-for-profit village co-operative that sells leatherwork, weaving, ragdolls and pottery
Birdwatching
Scuba course
Learn to dive at the on-site PADI school
Tennis
Courts and equipment
Great walks
Fishing
Cycling
Bike through the 8 miles of rainforst trails
Watersports
Borrow snorkelling equipment, sunfish sailboats, kayaks and windsurfers (all free to use)
Sights nearby
Kayaking
Diving
Windsurfing

Other highlights

Romantic
Views
Wedding license
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Sit-out Terrace
Full of character
Intimate
Spa
Restaurant
On the beach
Gym
On an island
Charming

Hotel size

49 rooms
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