Jade Mountain for Romance, Rejuvenation and Hedonistic Pleasure

Michael in our pool in our room JE3 at Jade Mountain

It may not lie between the Pitons but the Jade Mountain resort in St. Lucia does have a spectacular view of both the Piti and Gros Piton mountains.

There are many reasons to choose St Lucia as a Caribbean destination and Jade Mountain floating above the Caribbean Sea would be our choice for the financially well heeled who are seeking romance, rejuvenation and hedonistic pleasure.

The location of the property is unsurpassed, rising majestically above the private estate of Anse Chastanet with 600 lush tropical acres bordering two soft, sand Caribbean beaches each with pristine coral reefs just off shore.

Part of the estate is the historical plantation of Anse Mamin and Emerald Estate where the resort grows its own organic produce and even produces its very own chocolate.

Architect and owner Nick Troubetzkoy has over the years expanded upon his philosophy of building in harmony with nature in this his latest creation.

JE3 our room at Jade Mountain inside Anse Chasanet

The bold architectural design, the individual bridges leading to exceptional infinity pool sanctuaries and rugged stoned-faced columns reaching towards the sky makes this one of the Caribbean’s most mesmerizing resort experiences.

Grand sweeping spaces where bedroom, living area and an extravagant private infinity pool glide into one another to form extraordinary platforms floating out into nature are the normal.

With the fourth wall entirely absent, these sanctuaries are stage-like settings from which to embrace the full glory of the World Heritage Site, and the clear blue waters of the Caribbean.

Dawn over the Pitons from our room JE3 at Jade Mountain

We can quite believe the hotel management who say couples seldom venture outside their sanctuaries even for meals. One couple, they reported, where so enamoured with the room and perhaps each other that they were never seen for five days.

Having stayed for just one, all too brief night, we can quite understand why.

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