Hidden Gem: Jade Mountain, St. Lucia

Posted on: March 18th, 2012 by paul

What is the definition of a hidden gem? Is it secluded, is it majestic, is it mesmerizing? If we’re talking about all of these points, then we are talking about Jade Mountain in St. Lucia. This resort rises above 600 acre of beach front. It’s stunning and unusual architecture by owner Nick Troubetzkoy made his vision (of building in harmony with Caribbean nature) a reality. The beauty of Jade Mountain truly is something to be seen.

At Jade Mountain, expect the owner/architect’s concept of fusing nature and architecture in every aspect of the resort. Many of the 29 suites have grand sweeping spaces where bedroom and living room blends into one, while opening up to nature with the suite’s own infinity pool. The fourth wall to each room is absent, putting guests in touch with magnificent views of St. Lucia’s lush vegetation and the calming crystal blue Caribbean Sea. Enjoy the simplicity of nature in your luxury suite, in the absence of telephones, televisions, or internet.

It may seem like you will want to spend every moment in your room and taking in the panoramic views, but Jade Mountain goes above and beyond with its exceptional spa. Another plus is that Jade Mountain is associated with a sister resort, Anse Chastanet. This means you can enjoy all the luxuries that this resort boasts as well: restaurants, bars, boutiques, art gallery, spa, scuba, bike and water sports and their soft white sand beaches.

All in all, if you want relaxation, gorgeous vistas from luxurious living quarters, and privacy (along with the all of the other privileges listed above) then Jade Mountain just might be what your are craving in your next vacation destination.


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