January 7, 2018 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 23 hours ago

Room 12D is huge with an ocean and jungle view. Situated on a steep hillside so you are literally in the tree tops with shuttered walls . The fans and breeze from its elevation made the room comfortable without the need for air conditioning . It was built from basic materials like clay tiles and much wood so is best described as "rustic " but the atmosphere is relaxing and unusual. Anse mamin is the cleanest , best kept beach on the island !( thanks to Anthony who even tidies up stones !) the beach service with sun beds, towels and bar service is outstanding . One highlight is the short guided walk ( Tyson was great ) on the old sugar / cocoa plantation . We found the food to be very good but why try to make the menu "international" ? The best meals by far were the local dishes . Beware the drinks menu is very expensive ( nearly twice the price for equivalent wines in a similar resort a few miles away ) . If you are considering not to take an inclusive package then budget 70$ for a bottle of red wine and around 50 $ for a white wine . Also note that service charge is added to all paid for food and drink so a small bottle of local beer will set you back 6$ Our room had a large fridge and nice coffee making facility . Staff service and hospitality were excellent everywhere . Sunset on the roof terrace bar in Jade Mountain with the view of the Pitons is memorable and the staff there are the most attentive and polite that you can imagine . The single tennis court is constructed from concrete and so drains very slowly and unevenly after rain showers making play impossible for us on most days . In our previous resort with carpet/ sand we were able to play every day . There is limited evening entertainment and special note should be made of the female vocalist on Friday who was outstanding.

Peter B - Newark-on-Trent, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

We stayed at Anse Chastanet for the second part of our romantic getaway and it was just what we were searching for. We stayed in Deluxe Hillside room 4C which had a great view of the Pitons and the ocean. The patio was definitely the highlight of the room (see pictures) We spend most of our time in the day and in the evening on it taking in the views and nature. There were not many bugs in the area so we had no issues with that. The bathroom was also nice and well kept. We read some reviews of people complaining about the steps and elevation increase walking from the beach to the room but we found it delightful and worth the trip each way. The staff on site were very friendly and authentic (giving off a wonderful impression of St Lucia) The nearby city of soufriere was filled with culture and history (Travel by boat if planning to make a day trip there) Also snacks and beverages are much cheaper in town so feel free to take a large backpack and stock up on things at the grocery store if you want to make your own drinks in the room perhaps. The food was good... We ate breakfast at Jade Mountain a few times which was nice. For dinner we often ate at the treehouse Restaurant and ate off the vegetarian Menu which was nice as well. We didn't do too many off site activities other than one day trip into the town for a few hours. We mainly wanted to just relax in the room and on the beach which was great. The north beach Anse Mamin was where we spend most of our time. The sand was a little softer as you enter the water and it had less people on it with more coconut palm trees to admire. I did do the mountain bike tour which was nice but a little short. I would have liked to go on a longer ride, but im sure that could have been arranged if i asked. There is a local Cat at this beach named Tiger who was the most delightful to meet. He was said to be the mayor of Anse Mamin and we would go back to just to visit him. The cooks, the bartenders, the room attendants, the servers and even the grounds keepers were amazing and made us feel welcome and at home. We will be back for sure! The words i write can't really describe the beauty of this place so I'm hoping our pictures will!

calegranton - Toronto, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

We made our way from Gros Islet, over an hour half drive to go to the 'best snorkeling' on the island and we were not disappointed. We paid for a lovely lunch, my fiancé had Mahi Mahi the special of the day and I had fish roti. It was excellent! Thank you for a lovely afternoon.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

The resort consists mostly of 2 room cabanas with wrap around balconies, clinging to the precipitous side of Jade mountain. The view from our room was unparalleled in our travels. Rain forest clad mountains, sparkling waters and the magical Pitons mountains. We were there during the rainy season in December but the weather was perfect on our side of the mountain. Often you could see rain further inland but we had a week of sunny days. The resort is vertical! There are some cabanas at the beach level but we were very happy we chose a mountain room because of the afore mentioned view. There is a restaurant/bar right at the water's edge. In fact, when the tide is coming in, it is a good idea to choose a table more to the interior to avoid a soaking! There is a dive shop and lots of loungers and a towel concierge. There is a second beach that has a restaurant/bar and a boat shuttle. You can reach it by foot too. The beach is beautiful and there is a reef teeming with fish just a few steps from shore. You might see a few turtles as well. From the beach, there are stairs (171 steps) leading up to the resort reception area and 2 main restaurants. All the restaurants are roofed but open air. The Treehouse restaurant looks out over a valley leading to the ocean with some massive trees reaching up past it. Watch carefully and you might see a tree sloth. The other restaurant looks over the water and the bar has entertainment and wicked CocoLocos. Continuing up the mountainside is a steep, narrow, paved road leading to the rooms. Our room was about a 5 minute climb from the reception area. If you continue up the mountain you come to Jade Mountain Resort, a mind bogglingly gorgeous, ethereal property perched at the very peak. It is like something from Star Wars. You MUST go there for a meal. It was included in our all inclusive package. Go every day! The VIEW! We consider ourselves active and relatively fit for 60ish travellers. We run, bike, ski and ply sports but the second day my calves were complaining. That doesn't need to happen. there are shuttles that take you to the beach and back, to your room or to Jade Mountain Resort. We stubbornly resisted and my legs got used to the climbs. Food is great, service fantastic, people friendly and we had a wonderful week.

Peter W - Ottawa, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This hotel has a lot of promise but needs a bit of a facelift. The jaw-dropping Jade mountain has probably been the owners focus for the last few years.. In my opinion it does not deserve the reviews or price that it has, maybe it used to, but not any more. We went at a quiet time, end of Nov/Start of Dec so there were only 2 restaurants which crammed in 5 menus. This may be the reason the food was fairly average. The cocktails were a joke, we tried a few times to order a mojito in case it was staff dependent and in the end it turned out they were actually trained to make this crazy toothpastey smoothie, it was undrinkable! There were so many cheap touches like not very nice glasses and cutlery and finishings around the hotel and rooms that would make a big difference. Good things: The location is amazing, really one of a kind and the beach is great. The scuba club was absolutely wonderful one of the best I have ever gone out with. We had nice massages in the spa too. We ate and had cocktails in Jade mountain most nights after being dissapointed with the food at Anse Chastanet and that was AMAZING. So you could do that, it would be much cheaper than staying up the hill and you would be close to the beach in the day, but it was difficult to get reservations.

DCA2014 - Cambridge, United Kingdom

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