Tranquility, Romance, Adventure : Anse Chastanet is one of the Caribbean's most panoramic resort hideaways. Nestled amidst a 600 acre estate with two soft sand beaches bordering pristine coral reefs, Anse Chastanet offers a secluded setting paired with excellent diving facilities and soft adventure resort activities.
It’s the little touches that really make Anse Chastanet special – every accommodation has unique art created by a professional artist who previously stayed in that room.
Relaxation is the order of the day, whether you’re topping up your tan in a sun lounger at the beach or visiting the Kai Belte Spa for the extensive menu of treatments and massages.
But there are plenty of things to do here should you feel the need for activity including sunrise and sunset yoga, escorted daily walks, tennis, snorkelling equipment hire to explore the marine park just offshore, non-motorised watersports, all included in the price. Against a charge, go scuba diving with the Resort’s PADI 5 Star scuba operation, mountain biking on miles of private custom built trails, go birdwatching with trained guides or sign up for a half day sail on the resort yacht Searenity. The resort excursions desk offers a multitude of island excursions, most popular is the visit to the nearby Rainforest, the Diamond Botanical Gardens and the Sulphur Springs where guests have the option to to enjoy an actual mud bath. The very fit may consider climbing the Gros Piton.
The food at Anse Chastanet is a special treat, as the resort really goes the extra mile to ensure your culinary experience is something you member when you think of St Lucia. The resort’s main restaurant is the Treehouse where you’ll find gourmet dining with a Caribbean twist. But arguably the real treats lie in the two speciality restaurants – Aspara, serving fusion Indian dishes, and Emerald, creating incredible organic, vegetarian meals. At lunchtime, guests can dine in Anse Chastanet’s beach restaurant or try one of the gourmet burgers at the Jungle Grill on the resort’s second beach Anse Mamin.
But the gastronomic experience doesn’t end with the restaurants. Plan a visit to the resort’s organic Emerald farm in the Soufriere Hills and sign up for the ultimate Tree to Bar chocolate class with the resort’s master chocolatier or partake in one of the cooking demonstrations or truffle making.
Further reading: Anse Chastanet is featured in our guide to the top 10 boutique hotels in St Lucia.
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