Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia - Full-Time Travel

Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia

Rising high above the 600-acre paradisiacal beachfront of Anse Chastanet, Jade Mountain Resort on St. Lucia’s south-western coast exudes beauty and elegance. The hotel’s bold architecture—rugged stone columns, sky bridges, and an open-air layout that blurs the lines between outdoors and in—fits harmoniously with the lush Caribbean landscape enveloping it.  

Private infinity pool at night | Photo courtesy of Jade Mountain Resort

Book one of Jade Mountain’s 31 “sanctuaries” or suites, and you can expect to find a sweeping bedroom with a spacious living area, a private bridge to your personal infinity pool or jacuzzi, and one side of the room completely open to nature, allowing you to marvel at the beauty of the location while being secluded in your own space.

A sanctuary (room) | Photo courtesy of Jade Mountain Resort

If you’re in need of even more R&R, check out the services offered at the resort’s boutique spa, Kai en Ciel. From classic body and beauty treatments to Ayurvedic and holistic services, there’s a therapy to suit your every mood or whim. We recommend enjoying a treatment in the privacy of your own sanctuary, right next to the soft lapping of the infinity pool. 

Anse Mamin beach | Photo courtesy of Jade Mountain Resort

If you want to increase your heart rate instead of slowing it down, complimentary escorted hikes, walks, tennis, and yoga classes are available daily. And when tempted to dip your toes in that turquoise ocean, two powdery-soft beaches are steps away from the hotel. Jade Mountain can facilitate water sports including kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, or snorkeling and scuba diving over pristine coral reefs just off shore. 

Dining on the Celestial Terrace | Photo courtesy of Jade Mountain Resort

After a day of exploring, relaxing, or a well balanced combination of both, head to the Celestial Terrace. Hovering in space above Jade Mountain Club, with unforgettable panoramic views of St. Lucia’s Pitons World Heritage Site, it is the most scenic spot imaginable for a sunset cocktail. Once night has fallen, tilt your head and take in the mesmeric sight of crystal clear constellations and shooting stars.