St. Barth’s Hotel to Host Activities for Family Travelers

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At Cheval Blanc St. Barth Isle de France, children can choose from a vast selection of kid-friendly activities while their parents lounge poolside or relax at the hotel’s spa. Some activities are suitable for parents to join. 

Petits Artistes: Kids can learn drawing and painting techniques from artist Kate Kova 

The Little Mermaid: Amaryllis the mermaid is available to swim with kids in the pool or ocean. For those old enough for a snorkeling adventure, she can surprise and join the family as they sightsee underwater. 

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‘A la Francaise’ Cooking Class: After choosing a recipe of their liking, the Maison’s chef Stephanie will turn the children into chefs in just a few short hours. For older children with an interest in learning the native language, the lessons can be given in French. 

Yellow Submarine: Guests can take a ride through Marine Park and around the Gros Ilets on the island’s Yellow Submarine. Families will be able to spot fish, sea turtles and a ship wreck of the Marignan, which sank fifteen years ago. 

A Beachside Read: Cheval Blanc’s new children’s book, ‘A La Poursuite de Cheval Blanc,’ follows two fluffy friends as they travel from St. Barth to the French Alps to the Maldvies “in pursuit of the White Horse.” The book even comes with a white origami horse. 

Cheval Blanc St. Barth Isle de France is the third Maison in the Cheval Blanc portfolio. It has 40 suites, bungalows and villas with panoramic ocean views and neighboring tropical gardens. 


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