High on Morne Chastanet, overlooking St. Lucia’s Piton World Heritage site and the Caribbean Sea, Jade Mountain is Anse Chastenet’s exclusive resort within a resort. Anse Chastenet’s architect owner, Nick Troubetzkoy, has expanded upon his philosophy of building in harmony with Caribbean nature and environment by introducing a new level of sophistication in the design of Jade Mountain.
The bold architectural design with individual bridges leading to the extraordinary infinity pool suites and columns reaching towards the sky makes Jade Mountain one of the Caribbean’s most mesmerizing resort experiences.
Expect grand sweeping spaces beyond your imagination, with your bedroom, living area and extravagantly sized private infinity edge pool gliding into one another to form an amazing platform floating in space, with the 4th wall missing entirely – the result is a stage-like setting from which to embrace the full glory – and infinite views – of St. Lucia’s twin Pitons and the shimmering Caribbean Sea – a view you are not likely to ever forget.
Number of Bedrooms
- Infinity Pools
- Ocean Views
- World Heritage Site
- Fine Dining
- Spa Facility
- Eco Tours
- Water Sports
Highlights & Reviews
- In typical Anse Chastanet fashion, each of the infinity pool sanctuaries at Jade Mountain has been individually designed. Three room rate categories have been created to reflect the square footage of the sanctuaries, size of pool and the scope of the view. Please note that all sanctuaries have an unparalleled view of the Pitons and the Caribbean Sea. An additional panoramic quality to the view is provided by sanctuaries on particular elevations and those located on corners.
- The hotel sits on St Lucia's western coast, almost in the shadow of the spectacular Pitons (guided trips to which can be organised in-house). It's a wonderfully secluded and peaceful location, near the top of a forest-clad hill with the sea stetching out below. There's little enough to do in the area surrounding the resort: Soufrière is close by, but its attraction is limited. Nevertheless, the hotel operates a boat taxi into town.
- The volcanic grey sand beach is undoubtedly the chief temptation to draw guests down from the hillside. It's not private, but it is perfectly secluded nonetheless. It's also where you'll find water-based activities such as kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding and excellent snorkelling and scuba diving. There are tennis courts a little further inland, while massages and beauty treatments are available uphill at the Kai en Ciel spa. Service is kept as discreet as possible to maxmise guests' sense of solitude. Each suite comes with a private butler who will see to it that room service and housekeeping are as undisruptive as possible, and who will also provide concierge services.
- Meals are served at the Celestial Terrace, a gorgeous space perched at the very top of the resort that absolutely maximises on the dramatic views of the Pitons. Miami-based chef Allen Susser has drawn on the abundance of local ingredients to devise a menu featuring plenty of fish (chiefly red snapper and swordfish) and a huge variety of vegetables grown at the resort's own Emerald Farm (which is really worth a visit). Further options are available further down the hill. The Treehouse Restaurant serves mainly Caribbean fare, its menu featuring the likes of roasted red snapper and creole chicken. Down by the beach, Trou Au Diable offers a similar menu for lunch, with standard extras such as salads, sandwiches and burgers. Next to it is Aspara, which offers a fusion of East Indian and Caribbean cuisine. A fourth option, Emeralds, serves exclusively vegetarian food. Breakfast is à la carte and consists of lighter options, such as granola, fruit and pastries, to fuller fare such as avocado toast and eggs Benedict, Florentine and Royale.
Hotel AddressJade Mountain Resort
100 Anse Chastenet Road
Soufriere, St. Lucia