Anse Chastanet is a unique resort in an enviable location close to the Pitons.
The hotel is set on the hillside in 600 acres of lush forest (World Heritage Site) and borders two sandy beaches whose crystal clear waters and colourful coral reefs teeming with tropical fish have been designated a marine reserve.
Architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy believes passionately in nature and this unique setting inspired him to design a really special resort. Anse Chastanet blends in with the landscape. Guests are surrounded with foliage and flowers, stunning views of the peaks and the sea, birds and wildlife. Relax. Just lie on the unspoilt beach or get pampered in the spa. The more active can snorkel, scuba dive, go sunset sailing or kayaking. Or maybe take a jungle bike, hike or bird-watch among the ruins of an 18th century colonial plantation.
The Treehouse Restaurant, in two tree houses in the jungle with views of the sea, is the perfect setting for candlelit dinners enjoying Caribbean fine dining. The beachside restaurant, Trou au Diable, serves lunch and dinner.
» There are 49 individually designed rooms and suites with ceiling fans, showers and unforgettable views.
» Some have their 4th wall open entirely to the vistas, yet are completely private.
» 3 restaurants, 2 bars.
» 2 beaches with PADI dive centre and snorkeling.
» Tennis court, Jungle biking, Spa.
» Children over 10 are welcome throughout the year and over 6 from July to September.
» Not suitable for guests with walking difficulties.