Tucked away between rainforest and silver sands, this enchanting resort offers a blissful escape from the intrusions of everyday life and is perfect for a peaceful or active outdoor holiday. Awaken to birdsong and the breeze rustling in the trees and drift off to a chorus of crickets and tree frogs.
Explore miles of hiking trails that wind through the Anse Mamin Valley and have your binoculars at the ready to spot colourful birdlife, including four out of five of the island's endemic species. Follow the 100 steps down to the beach - or hop on the shuttle - and laze under the shade of a palapa, sway in a hammock beneath coconut palms and enjoy the resort's legendary hospitality.
Keen divers should book an expedition to the island's award-winning marine reserve where you can discover over 150 species of fish.
Choose from four restaurants and dine in the hillside or by the beach. Gaze over the ocean from the open-air Treehouse Restaurant which offers tropical cuisine or indulge in guilt-free dining at Emerald's which serves organic vegan dishes. Casual lunch options include a beach bar and a beachside restaurant.
Sleep off your meal at the Beach House on the north corner of Anse Chastanet Beach - it's light and airy with French doors and windows, and a lovely spot to take in views over the sparkling Caribbean Sea and watch the sunset from the oceanfront garden's brick deck.
The colourful and uniquely designed rooms offer a peaceful sanctuary without the noise of telephones or televisions. Local products have been used extensively, from hand-made woods for the elegant furniture, to colourful cloth fabrics for the bedspreads and cushions.
Standard Garden View Rooms are set on either the hillside or at beach level with garden views. Superior Hillside Rooms are octagonal cottages with sea or Piton views. Spacious Deluxe Beachside Rooms are closest to the beach. Premium Hillside Rooms are set high in the hills and some have a fourth wall missing for uninterrupted views of the Pitons. The secluded Piton Pool Suites are available on request, with views over the famous peaks plus a private pool with deck.
The Treehouse is open for breakfast and dinner and this unique restaurant is made up of two open-air treehouses overlooking the ocean. Enjoy Tropical World Cuisine with favourites such as mahi mahi with ginger root sauce. Vegans and healthy eaters are well catered for at Emerald's at the Piti Piton Lounge which offers a menu of vegan food showcasing organic produce from the resort's farm in the Soufrière hills.
Dinner is served six nights a week and melt-in-the-mouth dishes include apple curry and crispy rain forest calabza gnocchi. For lunch head to Trou au Diable on the beachfront and enjoy appetisers, salads, sandwiches, burgers and Caribbean and Creole specialities while in the evening you can choose from the 'Aspara' Indian-themed menu - a fusion of East Indian and Caribbean cuisine. Every Tuesday the restaurant hosts a Caribbean culinary evening. Light grilled dishes are served at the water's edge at the casual Trou au Diable Beach Grill six nights a week while the Jungle Beach Bar & Grill offers a casual setting for lunch on Anse Mamin Beach
|49 Rooms & Suites|
|2 Bars & Lounges|
|Spa On Site|
|1 Swimming Pools|
|January||26° C||92 mm|
|February||26° C||57 mm|
|March||27° C||27 mm|
|April||27° C||66 mm|
|May||28° C||63 mm|
|June||28° C||140 mm|
|July||28° C||171 mm|
|August||28° C||172 mm|
|September||28° C||193 mm|
|October||28° C||192 mm|
|November||29° C||167 mm|
|December||27° C||102 mm|