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July 18, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Anse Chastanet in Soufriere, Saint Lucia

From silvery sands for sunset strolls, to entire walls opening onto the great outdoors, luxury is in the details at Anse Chastanet. No two rooms are alike at this intimate 600-acre estate on the secluded southwest coast of Saint Lucia. Design in harmony with nature is enhanced by wraparound balconies, showers with breathtaking views, tropical world cuisine served shore-side and the beach Kai Belte Spa, for the ultimate in pampering.

The Piti and Gros Piton mountains - a pair of spectacular peaks that shoot up straight from the sea - provide a fabulous backdrop for your days. On the beach, just below the hotel, a renowned PADI dive facility offers excellent scuba diving for all levels at Anse Chastanet Reef. Further afield, exhilarating pursuits include nature walks among the ruins of a colonial plantation, tours of the island's walk-in volcano and sunset cruises on the resort's 42-foot yacht, aptly named Serenity.

Location of Anse Chastanet

Anse Chastanet
Post Office Box 7000
Soufriere, Saint Lucia

Nearest Airport: UVF

Amenities for Anse Chastanet

  • General Information
  • 49 Guest Rooms
  • Only 10+ Years Permitted
  • Dining
  • 3 Restaurants
  • 3 Bars
  • Organic Cuisine
  • Afternoon Tea
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Library
  • Live Entertainment
  • Boutiques
  • Art Collection
  • Gardens
  • Beach Access
  • Car Rental
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Hair Dryers
  • Private Verandas
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • Activities
  • Excursions
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Windsurfing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Bird Watching
  • Nearby
  • Beaches
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Anse Chastanet

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We were looking for a mature and authentic all-inclusive, adults only resort to celebrate our 25th Wedding Anniversary. We didn't want a resort that catered to a younger crowd with bars and dancing. We wanted a truly romantic resort with rest and relaxation front and centre. Anse Chastanet exceeded all of our expectations and then some. It's a charming resort set high on the hillside with authentic Caribbean charm. Most rooms have 3 walls with one open to the hillside. They are incredibly private... we didn't see another person from our balcony nor could they see into our room. The staff is amazing... friendly, polite, happy. They cater to your every need. My favourite was the guy who would spritz me with eucalyptus water in my beach lounger twice a day. Talk about pampered! The scenery is breathtaking no matter where you are situated on the hillside. There are dozens of excursions available from ziplining to scuba to sailing... and of course the Spa is amazing as well. There are no TVs or radios. The wifi can be a little spotty (this was a plus for me, but not for my husband.). The walk from the beachfront to your room is quite steep. It was 401 steps to our room but you factor that in to your day and plan your time at the beach accordingly. We did hear people complain about the steep hills but most were people who didn't do their research before booking. We loved the extra calorie burn to compensate for overindulging in the excellent cuisine. The food was outstanding. We had no problems with mosquitoes or bugs of any sort. We did have birds visit us in the room in the mornings and while dining throughout our trip but that's part of the charm of the resort. If you don't like nature this is not the resort you. We did not have air conditioning because our room was open to the jungle. Although it was hot in the evenings they supplied plenty of fans to offset this. The sounds of the frogs and crickets would lull us to sleep each night. It was truly amazing. I would recommend this resort to anyone looking for an authentic romantic getaway without kids. It might not have the ritz and glamour of an upscale hotel, but the classic Caribbean feel of Anse Chastanet far outweighs any time I've spent at a typical five star resort.

Lisa B


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Just came back last night and what an experience it was!! Be prepared to sleep almost next to the rain forest which can be very loud at night and scary!! But an experience worth having! Amazing!! All in all a Good hotel with extremely friendly staff. In addition we had a little incident and immediately management did their best to make us feel comfortable. Well done to all the team! Needless to say that everything runs extremely smoothly in the resort and everything is well organised paying close attention to detail. The only down side is their prices!! Way too expensive for St. Lucia or even London (home). An open buffet dinner for two costing 145$ is way too much, note drinks not included! If you take a short trip over to Soufriere you will get a very good meal for less than 12$ a person including your drink! Need to stress though that the food was of very good quality! Please consider having more reasonable prices !!!

Chilly_AK - Maidenhead, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

I lead group scuba diving trips all over the world. This time, my group of 21 was thrilled to be welcomed at Hewanorra International Airport in St. Lucia with cold washcloths and water bottles after a long day of travel. Little did we know they were getting us ready for the hour-long bus ride to our resort, Anse Chastanet, along a windy road that would give “The Road to Hana” a run for its money. Once we turned off the main road onto the private road to the resort….wow. The road is very bumpy, semi-paved with lots of potholes and very narrow in many places. Good thing I took some Bonine before the trip. However, the spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea and the majestic Pitons made this rough little drive totally worth it and part of the charm of the resort! I didn't mind the road at all. It wasn't very long and was just part of the adventure! Anse Chastanet is a beautiful and unique resort, located on breathtaking Anse Chastanet beach. The beach is beautifully kept and the beach service set up your lounge chair for you and even periodically misted you to cool off! LOL. Most of the Anse Chastanet is built on a hillside, with rooms on the hill as well as at beach level. The hillside suites offer amazing views of the sea or the Pitons, while the beach level suites provided convenient beach and dive shop access. My enormous hillside room offered a panoramic view of the Pitons and the Caribbean Sea. The suites are well-appointed and extremely spacious, with large sitting areas and huge ensuite baths. The beds are very firm, but I like firm. We had a hillside suite - which does not offer any air-conditioning (only Beach rooms have A/C). I only found one night to be too warm for me. The rest of the week was very manageable with the fans provided. I did not find mosquitoes to be any more of a problem than it is in any other Caribbean country. The bathrooms are super spacious, but the shower water pressure was very weak. Most of my group noted the same thing. Anse Chastanet boasts several restaurants, including the Jungle Grill at Anse Mamin (an adjoining private beach) and a vegetarian restaurant, which I did not try. We ate at Anse Mamin one day for lunch as the dive boat dropped us off there after our dives. Other than that, it was too much of a bother to walk over there or take a water taxi. We frequented the Treehouse Restaurant for breakfast and mainly the beachside grill/restaurant for lunch and dinner because of the great ambiance and sunset views. The food, while lacking in variety after a week, was very good at both restaurants and while the service was good, it always took a long time to get our food. Not bad at lunch since we had so much to talk about after our dive trips. But at dinner, we often waited up to an hour for our food. We were just tired and wanted to go to bed. I think it was because of the size of our group. We experimented with breaking into smaller tables to see if we would get served quicker. It was hit and miss. The diving in St. Lucia was good…for the little stuff. Some of my divers felt the dives were a little redundant. We saw beautiful corals and lots of little critters, but nothing bigger than a barracuda. I only saw one turtle all week, but hundreds of lobster! One dive site is affectionately called Lobster City! Other commonly seen creatures were the Spotted Drum, the Spotted Moray Eel, Lionfish, Rock Scorpionfish and the usual parrotfish and damselfish. I enjoyed the drift dives and the hunt for macro subjects. We did not see larger animals such as sharks or rays. We did one wreck dive and two shore night dives. The night dives were entertaining – again, lots of lobster and crab, octopus and THE THING. It looks like a huge underwater centipede. Four of my divers took the PADI Invasive Lionfish Specialty Course so they could hunt and spear lionfish on their dives. This was quite exciting and definitely a highlight of the week – between the four "lion slayers", they bagged over two dozen lionfish over a couple of dives! The resort cooked up their catch and served it to use for appetizers one night. It was quite tasty! There is no way I can comment on everything we experienced in our week-long stay, but all in all, our trip to St. Lucia was awesome - beautiful grounds, friendly staff and the Caribbean Sea!! The resort offers many activities and tours. Several of our group took advantage of the spa and only had good things to say about it. I rate my spa experience right up there with some of my very best spa experiences. We also did the volcanic mud baths, which was hilarious, and the tour of the beautiful botanical garden and waterfall. The onsite dive operation, Scuba St. Lucia, is top notch! Beto and Charlotte run a tight ship! They were very organized and sensitive to the individual needs of our divers. They made sure everyone in the group was taken care of. Our boat crew was exceptional – fun, personable and knowledgeable. We always felt safe and like we were diving with friends!

titademaui - Phoenix


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I would really like to rate the resort higher as it has many fine qualities. Great food, friendly staff, convenient SCUBA dive operation. However, very few rooms have air conditioning and the Trade Winds that are mentioned on the resort website were nonexistent during my recent stay. The room had a wonderful view, but was miserable without A/C. The room itself was nice, but again you are sleeping inside of a mosquito net with little air movement. Management supplied a fan, but it was of marginal benefit. If I return I would upgrade to one of the few rooms with A/C. Additionally, the access road to the resort is long and in poor condition. Folks with back problems beware.

Dwight F - Bel Air, Maryland


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The food was amazing, best I've ever had in the Caribbean. The beach restaurant had excellent Indian style food. The best surprise was the Fish sandwich served to my cabana - awesome with hot sauce and a Piton. Tyson gave us a great tour of the Sugar Plantation, also visited the resort's farm where they grow all their own produce.

stephenjess - New York City, New York


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