One word: Paradise
What it is
A Caribbean screen saver come to majestic life.
What it isn't
Jade-d. This is a passionate place.
What we think
If this looks like the kind of perfect-beyond-belief locale that a producer for The Bachelor would pick as an engagement backdrop, that’s because it is (so perfect, in fact, it’s been a scene stealer for two season finales). The draw, of course, is that view of the two volcanic Piton mountains rising triumphantly from the sea. But there are plenty of other lures that keep fiercely loyal guests returning year after year, especially the rooms, all 24 of which include private infinity pools overlooking the mountains (yes, you’ll get your own), chromotherapy whirlpool tubs in the ensuite bath, an open wall facing the Caribbean and—honestly, this is one of the best parts—no TV’s. The list of activities is deep enough to wade into (scuba! snorkeling! coastal kayaking! sunset jazz cruises!) but you won’t want to leave your room. And if you do, take a gander at Emerald Farm to see the farm-to-table concept come to life.
You're here because
The rooms are called “Sanctuaries,” and that’s something you’d pay any price for in this often-touristy part of the world. See also: no kids under 15.
As the sun sets languidly over the water, you hear a knock at the door: two spa therapists await to give you and your partner Anpagal massages—in other words, synchronized, four-hand, head-to-toe rub-downs. Aaaaaaah.
On St. Lucia's west coast, a mere 18 miles from Hewanorra International Airport; the hotel will happily arrange your transfer.
Restaraunts & Bars
Jade Mountain Club – Jade Cuisine, Modern Caribbean, breakfast, lunch or dinner | Jade Mountain guests also have access to the restaurants located at the directly adjoining sister property Anse Chastanet
Visit the resort's chocolate laboratory.
The Celestial Terrace and Jade Mountain Club
Anse Chastanet Beach Bar
Jungle Grill and Beach Bar at Anse Mamin