Located high on Morne Chastanet, overlooking St. Lucia's Piton World Heritage site and the Caribbean Sea, Jade Mountain is Anse Chastanet’s new resort-within-a-resort, designed in harmony with nature by Anse Chastanet’s architect/owner, Nick Troubetzkoy.
Jade Mountain Rooms
Bedroom, living areas and private infinity-edge pools form a “platform floating in space,” with the fourth wall removed to create a stage-like setting for enjoying unobstructed views of St. Lucia's twin Pitons and the Caribbean. Each of the rooms at Jade Mountain is individually designed with tropical hardwood flooring and eclectic furniture. In addition to the 24 infinity pool accommodations, there are five “Sky” jacuzzi suites, all with king-sized beds, fridge, tea/coffee maker, hair dryer, iron and ironing board. The Sun and Galaxy rooms also have small stocked wine cellars. Rooms have a call button that you can use to contact staff at any time. There is no television, radio or telephone in the rooms.
Jade Mountain Dining and Restaurants
Wrapped around an infinity pool, the Jade Mountain Club caters exclusively to resident guests, celebrating James Beard Award winner Chef Allen Susser’s “Jade Cuisine.” Above the club is the Celestial Terrace, perfect for sunset cocktails or star-gazing. Guests at Jade Mountain are also invited to use Anse Chastanet’s two restaurants: the Teehouse Restaurant and Piton lounge, located on the mid-hillside level,and Trou au Diable on the beach level.
Jade Mountain Activities and Amenities
A special a la carte spa menu has been created to offer spa treatments in the privacy of each Jade Mountain room or in the resort's Kai en Ciel boutique spa. There also is a small fitness centre with Cybex equipment on site. Guests can also use all of Anse Chastanet’s restaurants, bars, boutiques, art gallery, spa, scuba, bike and watersports facilities as well as two soft sand beaches.