This 600-acre resort is nestled right below its sister property Jade Mountain. While the sensuous seclusion of the rooms provides guests with the perfect excuse for lolling away the day on their balconies, the temptation of the Caribbean waters are too alluring to ignore.
The resort emphasizes the use of local woods in its furnishings, while cushions, bedspreads and resort robes are made from colorful cotton fabrics called madras, the island’s “national cloth”.
The door to your sanctuary is an oversized rough-hewn slab of exotic tropical hardwood that opens into a magical surrounding. With the fourth wall entirely absent, Jade Mountain’s sanctuaries are stage-like settings from which to embrace the full glory of St. Lucia’s Pitons World Heritage Site and, of course, the sparkle of the Caribbean Sea.
To make the most of the panoramic views and the refreshing trade winds, octagonal whitewashed cottages come with wraparound flower-draped balconies and louvered windows.
An enticing selection of dining options is available at Anse Chastanet, including an open-air treehouse carved into the intimate hillside, overlooking lush tropical foliage and the vast Caribbean Sea below. Menus at the property’s restaurants feature tropical Caribbean cuisine, exotic fusions of East India and Creole flavors as well as a full vegetarian option. Music performed by local entertainers provide a relaxing backdrop to the entire dining experience.
Journey Beyond Aspen to Anse Chastanet!