Anse Chastanet Resort | St Lucia | If Only

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Facing a World Heritage site, and bordering two crystal-clear bays that are part of a designated marine reserve that contains miles of colourful coral reefs, Anse Chastanet celebrates the natural world that surrounds it.

Maintaining impressive ecological credentials without compromising on style or service, the resort enjoys a unique location on St Lucia, with iconic views of both the Piti and Gros Piton mountains.


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What's nearby

Cycle12 miles of private trails through the tropical jungle in the grounds of one of St. Lucia's first colonial plantations - Anse Mamin, or visit the Sulphur Springs, the island's famous walk-in volcano.

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star Superior
  • 49 Rooms and Suites



49 individually designed rooms with a rustic Caribbean feel are either scattered amidst the lush hillside or nestled within the tropical gardens.

Tiled or tropical hardwood floors, and locally sourced furniture crafted from island woods such as teak, mahogany, green heart, red cedar and wild breadfruit are in keeping with with Anse Chastanet’s natural feel. Glass or wooden louvered windows, balconies with varying views as the room have either hillside or shore side locations.

For a truly tropical escape the resort offers The Beach House, located on the north corner of Anse Chastanet beach and perfect for where you can sit and relax, looking out, watching the sun set over the sparkling Caribbean Sea from the elevated brick deck in the landscaped oceanfront garden. Celebrating Saint Lucia’s heritage’s the interior is bright and airy, bathed in warm Caribbean sunlight shining through its French doors and windows.



Breakfast and dinner can be savoured along with spectacular views at the open-air Treehouse Restaurant – with its daily changing menu of Caribbean and other tropical world cuisines.

Emerald’s kitchen is supplied by the resort’s own organic farm and with vegetarian offerings that include Goat's Cheese Fondant, Balsamic Caramel and Crispy Rain Forest Calabza Gnocchi and Tofu, Paprika, Sour Cream, and Sweet Potato and Plantain Satay, there’s plenty of choice.

Serving food from 1200- 1500, The Jungle Beach Bar and Grill on Anse Mamin beach, is a relaxing spot for laid back lunch.



The watersports centre beach offers complimentary windsurfing, kayaks and sunfish sailing boats and can provide beginner lessons if required. Being located on the calm Caribbean side of the island, the tropical breezes are gentle and easy to manage.

The resort work with Bike St. Lucia's to offer guests Cannondale suspension bikes on custom trails that are designed to accommodate both the first time rider and the experienced rider.

For a more laid back approach to life, the resorts’ two beaches have palm thatched beach huts, beach lounge beds and towels and beach butlers on hand to provide cool minted towels, sorbet and fruit surprises and even a foot massage.



Located by the beach, Kai Belté Spa has five air conditioned treatment rooms, an open air hair and nail salon aand an open-air cabana Kai Mer – which overlooks the Anse Chastanet reef.

Professionally trained therapists take pride in delivering therapies that combine both ancient and contemporary techniques in a natural manner - designed to bring balance and equilibrium.

Getting There


Approximately 1 hour from the airport


Average temperatures range from 25 to 35 degrees and St Lucia is generally considered a year-round destination, however August to November sees the highest rainfall. December to March are the driest and busiest months and it’s recommended to book flights and hotels well in advance over this period.



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