Jade Mountain is a breathtaking combination of bold, modern architecture and the organic beauty of the mountains in St. Lucia. This hotel for adults is known most for its sweeping, open spaces and grand infinity pool sanctuaries.
Continue to indulge your senses at the resort’s restaurant, The Jade Mountain Club, where the “Jade Cuisine” celebrates all of the island’s tropical flavors. For dancing and after dinner cocktails, most resort guests frequent the Celestial Terrace, the rooftop lounge where views of the ocean and star-lit sky seem to blend together.Featuring 15 foot high ceilings, each of the sanctuaries includes an infinity pool, an eclectic array of locally-made furniture and a fourth wall open to the island and views of the Caribbean, plush rainforests and green-capped mountains – all the St Lucia has to offer is at your fingertips.
JADE MOUNTAIN rises majestically above the 600 acre lush tropical resort estate of ANSE CHASTANET, considered to be one of the Caribbean’s most unique and scenically spectacular settings imaginable, near the St. Lucia’s famous Piton mountains, a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Part of the estate are two beautiful, natural, soft sand beaches. There is an abundance of pristine coral reefs virtually surrounding the estate – the ideal vacation destination for honeymooners and romantics at large, viewnatics, snorkelers, nature lovers, scuba divers, bird watchers and all those who simply wish to get away from it all.
Free from all technological devices, including television, radio and phones, the resort is the ideal place to float away with your partner in to a retreat oblivious of the outside world. Whether you’re admiring the sunset from a whirlpool tub in your suite or exploring the island’s pristine coral reefs, the natural beauty of your surroundings is sure to bring you closer together on your romantic vacation in St Lucia.
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Make a reservation at one of many St. Lucia hotels and hike the Pitons, swim under Diamond Falls, or picnic on Pigeon Island.
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