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Anse Chastanet Resort

St Lucia
The 600 stunning acres of natural beauty within the Anse Chastanet resort offers its guests an authentic St Lucian holiday with an environmental conscience.  

Also home to Jade Mountain, Anse Chastanet is bordered by two sandy beaches and a protected marine reserve on one side, while on the other the plants and flowers are nurtured in abundance, with tropical scenes punctuated by the resort’s own plantation and home grown produce.  

Owned by an architect with a passion for nature the hotel itself brings the outside in. Native botanicals tumble over the sides of suite balconies, views of the Piti and Gros Piton mountains are showcased through panoramic windows and staff can reel off the names of the island’s flora and fauna on a guided walk around the resort. Divers can enjoy spectacular underwater sites straight from the beach while those who prefer a less energetic holiday itinerary can snooze in a hammock between coconut palms swaying in the Caribbean tradewinds.  

Although children are permitted to stay at the resort during certain times of the year – check with your Travel Seen specialist for details – Anse Chastanet has a grown-up vibe with romantic details aplenty.  

 


Stay

The accommodation choices at Anse Chastanet comprise 49 individual rooms – 12 in a tropical, beachside garden and 37 among the trees of the resort’s scenic hillside.  

As standard guests can expect: Molton Brown amenities, complimentary Wifi, ceiling fans, an in-room fridge, and hot beverage making facilities. Interconnecting two-bedroom two-bathroom suites are available on request and all rooms have outdoor space in the form of either a balcony or terrace.  

Expect plenty of room, bold artwork, furniture and features made from locally sourced materials and views to stop you in your tracks.  

 

Eat

As with everything at the resort the four dining options are authentic wherever possible, featuring island-grown ingredients on the menu, much of which is produced on site at the Emerald Farm. Choose between the beach or the hills for St Lucian restaurants with epic views. 

Emerald’s restaurant is vegan and showcases the best of the resort’s organic harvest. Jungle Grill is a laidback affair on the beach – think red snapper ceviche and Creole chicken burgers – while fine dining is firmly on the menu at the open-air Treehouse.  

At Trou au Diable restaurant there’s beachside lunch during the day, with cocktails and evening themes after sunset - Apsara East Indian Caribbean fusion being a particular favourite.  

 

Explore

A 9 hour direct flight from the UK to Hewanorra Airport, St Lucia is GMT-4hrs, with Anse Chastanet a 60 minute transfer.  

Few Caribbean hotels can compete with the setting of Anse Chastanet. Within its 600 acres and two beaches there’s plenty to do on site, including a visit to the iconic Jade Mountain and learning about the resort’s sustainability focus.  

But for those who fancy exploring the island there’s sulphur springs, lazy rivers, drive-thru volcanoes, jungle zip-lines and World Heritage Sites to encounter. Head out to sea on a sunset cruise, taste Creole cuisine served with a coconut cocktail and spend the day at nearby Soufrière shopping for souvenirs and wandering the Saint Lucia Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens. 

 

Why here?

The beaches are the star attraction, both with soft sands and ideal for swimming and snorkelling thanks to their calm, clear waters. Watersports are available with some offered complimentary to guests, alongside a PADI dive school.  

Kai Belte (Creole for house of beauty) is the beach level spa, featuring an open-air hair and nail salon and a menu of natural therapies and individualised treatments with products by Aromatherapy Associates and ingredients from the resort’s Emerald Farm. Yoga classes are also available.  

Around the resort there is lots to discover, including organised birdwatching, nature walks, jungle biking and hiking.  

Don’t miss two very unique attractions within Anse Chastanet: its organic Emerald Farm where much of the ingredients used at the restaurants is produced, and the Chocolate Laboratory where homegrown cocoa is used to create tasty treats.  

 

Our take

Hot off the press is news that the resort will be offering complimentary art classes twice a week with one of the island’s up and coming artists and art teachers, Naja Misaki Simeon aka Sakey. Spend an afternoon painting on the estate or take your passion a step further with a private class.  

If ‘doing nothing’ (as the hotel so perfectly puts it) isn’t your idea of an authentic Caribbean break then you’ll be wowed by the activities on offer. A Travel Seen favourite is the Chocolate Laboratory, or for something equally as naughty there’s craft brewing. Balance out the indulgence by learning all about St Lucia’s natural medicines at the indigenous healing circle of plants on the resort’s Emerald Estate Organic Farm.  

 


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Based on 2 Adults, 7 Nights, Accommodation only
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