Jade Mountain - St. Lucia - Caribbean Exclusive 5 Star Luxury Resort

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Jade Mountain is an exclusive luxury 'resort within a resort' with 24 suites at St. Lucia's famed Anse Chastanet Resort, in a truly romantic and magical setting poised high overlooking St. Lucia's Piton World Heritage site and the Caribbean Sea.

Anse Chastanet's architect/owner, Nick Troubetzkoy, has expanded upon his philosophy of building in harmony with nature by introducing a new level of sophistication in the individually designed, extraordinary Jade Mountain infinity pool suites. Each bedroom, living area and extravagantly sized private infinity edge pool seems to merge to form an amazing platform floating in space. With only three sides, the effect is like a stage, from which you embrace glorious views of the island's twin World Heritage Pitons.

Imagine floating in your infinity pool at sunset surrounded by softly flickering candles...Imagine fine dining in the privacy of your suite with the amazing World Heritage Pitons in the background. Imagine the sound of gentle waves lulling you into a soft slumber... Expect grand sweeping spaces beyond your imagination, with your bedroom, living area and extravagantly-sized private infinity pool gliding into one another to form an amazing platform floating in space, with the fourth wall missing entirely - the result is a stage-like setting from which to embrace the full glory - and infinite views - of St. Lucia's twin Pitons and the shimmering Caribbean Sea - a view you are not likely to ever forget.

One of the most breathtaking locations imaginable, the Celestial Terrace offers an unforgettable sunset panorama. Once night has fallen, watch the night sky and look out for shooting stars. Let the culinary team create a private dining experience for you on the Celestial Terrace. Drenched in exotic beauty and erupting with flavor Jade Mountain nourishes both the body and soul. It's "Jade Cuisine" created by James Beard award winner, Chef Allen Susser, is a brave new world of tropical flavors. His cuisine is exotic and delicious, with a history of fusion.



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Accolades & Articles

Read Luxury Travel Magazine article: A Heavenly Stay at Jade Mountain St. Lucia Read Forbes article: Hotels I Love: Jade Mountain, Architect's Tropical Fantasy Read Travel + Leisure article: #2 World's Best Island Hotels Travel+Leisure #3 Best Hotel in the World! World's Top 50 Hotels

Awards

AAA 5 Diamond Award, Conde Nast Hot List, Travel+Leisure World's Best, A-List - Luxury Travel Magazine Award

Trip Type

Wedding, Scuba Diving, Spa & Wellness, Romantic Getaway

Wow Factors

New York Times names Anse Chastanet in 6 Caribbean Beaches to See Before You Die

Accommodations

The Jade Mountain suites are deliberately techno-free just like the rest of Anse Chastanet – there are no telephones, radio, or TV. Each suite has a unique bell pull cord to summon a dedicated room service and housekeeping team 24 hours a day. Internet access is available at reception – for those truly determined diehards who simply cannot let go, forget the outside world and float away as the resort would like you to. High Speed Wireless Internet.

Amenities & Services

The Jade Mountain Club includes dedicated concierge services, a space in which to enjoy drinks or light meal. The club centre also features a large communal infinity pool on the Celestial Terrace, hovering in space above the Jade Mountain Club Enjoy the exclusivity and private setting of Jade Mountain with all of Anse Chastanet's leisure and sports facilities available to you -- two sandy beaches and coral reefs for offshore snorkeling to a Jungle Biking Center and SSI Platinum/PADI Gold Palm Scuba Center. Explore the nearby drive-in volcano, take a boat shopping trip to the capital, hike Gros Piton mountain or embark on a romantic sunset sail on the resort's own yacht.

Leisure

The Jade Mountain concierge is available at all times to tailor make day excursions for guests. Being situated in the southern part of the island, major sightseeing attractions such as the Rainforest, Botanical Gardens, Drive-In Volcano and Sulphur Springs are all within easy reach. There are deep sea fishing excursions, boat shopping trips to the capital and hiking tours up Gros Piton mountain, to name just a few.

Jade Mountain guests can enjoy the facilities at Anse Chastanet which include: Two soft sand beaches; Pristine coral reefs off shore for snorkeling and scuba diving; SSI Platinum/PADI Gold Palm scuba centre with full diving program; Jungle Biking™ centre with 50 top-of-the-line Cannondale mountain bikes; Ocean kayaking; Watersports; Tennis; Day and Sunset sailing on the resort yacht; Daily escorted walks and hikes.

Spa

Guests at Jade Mountain can choose from a carefully selected menu of spa treatments available in the privacy of their sanctuary. Also, the Kai Belte spa located on the Anse Chastanet beach and the Kai Mer spa cottage are available to Jade Mountain guests at any time offering both classical body and beauty treatments, as well as ayurvedic and holistic services.

Weddings, Events & Meetings

The very essence of JADE MOUNTAIN is the celebration of life and love. JADE MOUNTAIN's spectacular setting and architecture is an unforgettable stage set for the wedding, honeymoon, or anniversary of a lifetime. More information: http://www.jademountain.com/honeymoons_and_weddings.html

Explore

Soufrière (French-colonial capital) - 10-minute water-taxi ride Diamond Botanical Gardens & Waterfall (mineral baths) - 5 km (3 mi) Petit Piton - 5.5 km (3.5 mi) Sulphur Springs (tour) - 6.5 km (4 mi) Gros Piton (climbing trail) - 8 km (5 mi) Fond Doux Estate (working-estate tour) - 8 km (5 mi) Descartiers Trail (hiking) - 14.5 km (9 mi) Balembouche Estate (historical site) - 17.5 km (11 mi) St. Lucia Distillers Rhythm of Rum Tour - 32 km (20 mi) Marigot Bay (sailing center) - 33 km (20.75 mi) Castries (capital) - 46 km (28.75 mi)

Airport

St. Lucia-Hewanorra International Airport (UVF)

Airport Distance

18 miles / 45 minutes

High Season

February, January, March, April, November, December

Getting There

A taxi from the airport is best. Because the hotel is very difficult to find and at the end of a steep and rugged forest road that can be treacherous, guests are strongly urged not to drive. Driving is on the left side, British-style. SPECIAL NEEDS - Approximately 100 stairs lead from beach level to mid-hillside level, making the property unsuitable for those with walking difficulties or cardiac problems.