Extra-large Deluxe and Premium Rooms underscore the visionary, innovative, sometimes whimsical side of designer Nick Troubetzkoy: in one room the balcony is built around a full-grown red gommier tree; in another a flamboyant tree drapes its red blossoms around the balcony. There are just 49 rooms at the resort, the Premium Rooms are located high on the hillside with stunning views of the Pitons and many of these are three-walled to ensure that this magnificent backdrop is very much an integral part of your holiday, while all of the beachside rooms are in the Deluxe category and are located just a few feet away from the glorious beach. All the furniture has been individually designed and handmade in the region and the resort emphasises the use of local woods such as teak, mahogany and red cedar, along with other local products in its room decor and furnishings – the cushions and bedspreads are made from colourful cotton fabrics called madras, the island's national cloth.
For independent older children Anse Chastanet is a great holiday destination where they can take part in professionally-run scuba training classes, snorkelling and mountain biking, or they can just hang-out on the beach trying out the resort’s ocean kayaks, windsurfers or perhaps sailing on their Sunfish sailboats. Children will generally have to adjust their sights as there are no telephones, televisions or radios in the rooms (though there is Wifi) but swimming in warm, crystal clear sea water and exploring the nearby sugar plantation with a very knowledgeable guide has its own rewards. Children under ten are not permitted at the resort from October to June; children six and over are permitted in July, August and September.
FOR WEDDINGS & HONEYMOONS
One of the world’s most romantic getaways this intimate hideaway is the perfect retreat for honeymoon couples looking to escape. While Anse Chastanet’s wedding planners offer exceptional personal attention and are highly skilled at making sure each couple's special day fulfils their unique dreams. They will assist in selecting a picture-perfect location for the nuptials whether it be on Anse Chastenet beach, the secluded Anse Mamin beach, the enchanting treehouse, the romantic remains of the 18th century plantation, or even under water for certified divers.
- Restaurants & bars
- Swimming pool
- PADI Dive Centre
OUT & ABOUT
- Sailing excursions
- Nature tours and birdwatching
- Piton & La Soufriere Volcano hikes
- Whale watching
- Rainforest adventures
- Restaurants of Rodney Bay
- Castries markets
WINE & DINE
- The Treehouse Restaurant is award-winning fining dining serving upscale food with flair.
- Dine on the beach at Trou au Diable Restaurant.
- Vegetarians will be delighted by Emerald's, the meat-free restaurant that cooks up tempting dishes using organic produce grown on the resort's own farm.
- Grab a casual lunch at the hillside Piton lounge.
- The Jungle Beach Bar & Grill concocts breakfast and lunch dishes.