Villas Upgrade in St. Barth’s

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HOTEL SAINT-BARTH’S Garden Villa

Hotel Saint-Barth's Garden Villa has a large living room opening onto a large deck with a pool.

 

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Although Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France’s most requested accommodation continues to be its rooms that face Flamands beach, perhaps St. Bart’s finest beach, the luxury resort also offers an impressive garden section of rooms led by its two newly renovated Garden Villas. 

The 15 rooms in the garden section of the hotel are just across the road and a two-minute walk from the beach. The Garden Villas, each 1,586 square feet, accommodate up to six people; each has a large living room opening onto a large deck with a pool. Nice Touch: Each villa is in effect a family compound, surrounded by a wall of palm fronds and banana leaves, which ensures privacy.

Note: Chefs are available to make lunch and dinner in the villa, and Isle de France’s star babysitters will keep younger VIPs busy with sandcastle contests, French lessons and shell art, or give parents some down time by taking children on excursions to natural tidal pools, a horse ranch or a paint-your-ownpottery shop.

Luxury travel advisors should contact Laurence Garret, reservations manager ([email protected]; 011-590-590-2761-81) with special requests.

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