Beautifully designed by Christian Liaigre, Le Sereno is effortlessly stylish. With four-poster beds, large terraces and rainfall showers, the rooms are spacious, modern and sophisticated.
The main pool, which seems to extend into the sea, is the focal point of the hotel, and with its position next to the restaurant, someone is always on hand to replenish your cocktail.
The hotel sits on the Grand-Cul-de-Sac, a short stroll from an abundance of water sports for the active traveller, and guests can also use the hotel’s canoe to explore the neighbouring coves.
Cheval Blanc St Barths Isle de France
The Hotel Saint Barth Isle De France lies on Flamands Beach, one of the best beaches on the island, with picture perfect pristine white sand and turquoise sea.
The beach front rooms are prized possessions, including the new beach suites with private plunge pools, while the remaining cottages, located in the garden area at the rear of the hotel, all have large terraces.
The hotel is effortlessly stylish, making great use of its beach location and, with one of the beach front rooms, you’ll struggle to find a more idyllic view anywhere on the island.
Eden Rock hotel
One of my personal favourites, Eden Rock is barefoot luxury at its finest. With its unique setting on the rocks, it offers a fantastic experience with just the right amount of glamour.
The main restaurant, On The Rocks, is under the guidance of uber-chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, offers French cuisine with a Caribbean twist, has a romantic and serene setting with panoramic sea views and crashing waves all around.
Eden Rock is now a part of the Oetker Collections, which includes Le Bristol in Paris and Hotel du Cap in Cap d’Antibes.
Le Guanahani Hotel & Spa is the largest luxury hotel on the island, the only one that offers a complete resort experience, but with only 68 rooms and suites, the hotel manages to retain a sense of intimacy and charm.
Le Guanahani’s focal point is the lounging area by the beach, which also has a freshwater pool and Jacuzzi, and a beach bar serving excellent food, where lunch is very much a scene.
With a Clarins spa, a Frédéric Fekkai hair salon, a fitness centre, tennis courts and a kids’ club, the hotel really does cater for every whim.
The most formal restaurant on the island, Le Gaiac, is found at Le Toiny, and has a distinct focus on haute cuisine. Perhaps the most exclusive property on the island due to its size and level of privacy, Le Toiny is the place to hide away from the world with the utmost luxury.
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