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Anse Chastanet Resort - St Lucia

Castries, St Lucia (SLU)

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$297 $198
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Based on 1062 reviews
While the seclusion of the rooms is perfect for lolling away the day on the balcony, others head out to see the many activities St. Lucia offers.
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Standard Hillside Room - Room Only - Anse Chastanet Resort - St Lucia - 1

Standard Hillside Room - Room Only

Starting from
$297 $198
Per Adult Nightly
Standard Hillside rooms are slightly smaller than the Superior rooms and have garden or partial sea views, with 2 twins or 1 queen size bed, glass or wooden louvered windows, and private shower.
Maximum occupancy: 2 Adults
Amenities: ceiling fans, fridges, electric water kettles for tea/coffee preparation with the tea/coffee, sugar, milk, wall mounted hair dryers and in-room safes.
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Superior Hillside Room - Room Only - Anse Chastanet Resort - St Lucia - 2

Superior Hillside Room - Room Only

Starting from
$346 $230
Per Adult Nightly
Superior Hillside rooms are located on the hillside and are octagonal or rectangular in shape. Twin beds or king size bed, clay tiles or tropical hardwood floors, private shower glass or wooden louvered windows, Piton and/or ocean views, and wrap around balconies.
Maximum occupancy: 2 Adults or 2 Adults and 1 Children.
Children under the age of 10 cannot be accommodated
Amenities: ceiling fans, fridges, electric water kettles for tea/coffee preparation with the tea/coffee, sugar, milk, wall mounted hair dryers and in-room safes.
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Anse Chastanet Resort - Deluxe Beachside Room - Room Only

Deluxe Beachside Room - Room Only

Starting from
$417 $278
Per Adult Nightly
Very spacious rooms with either 2 doubles or 1 king size bed, ensuite bathroom with 2 sinks, shower and toilet. They have clay tiles, wooden jalousie louvre windows, ceiling fans and large balconies or patios. All beachside rooms offer a tropical garden view and are just a few feet away from the water's edge. All rooms at Anse Chastanet are built in an airy fashion that allow for excellent natural ventilation, and all rooms also have ceiling fans. In addition, the beach deluxe rooms at Anse Chastanet are air-conditioned, this being an optional feature as louvres can instead be opened for natural air flow
Maximum occupancy: 2 Adults
Amenities: ceiling fans, fridges, electric water kettles for tea/coffee preparation with the tea/coffee, sugar, milk, wall mounted hair dryers and in-room safes.
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Anse Chastanet Resort - Deluxe Hillside

Deluxe Hillside Room - Room Only

Starting from
$450 $370
Per Adult Nightly
Extremely spacious and individually designed, some in a very open-air style with the 4th wall missing and some with dramatic open roof dormers. Some rooms have a formal separation between bedroom and living room, others are wide open spaces flowing into each other. Clay floor tiles or tropical hardwood floor, king size bed, wooden jalousie louvres, balconies, and very large ensuite bathrooms with 2 sinks, shower and WC, Piton and/or ocean view.
Maximum occupancy:2 Adults
Amenities: ceiling fans, fridges, electric water kettles for tea/coffee preparation with the tea/coffee, sugar, milk, wall mounted hair dryers and in-room safes.
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Anse Chastanet Resort - Premium Hillside Room - Room Only

Premium Hillside Room - Room Only

Starting from
$527 $434
Per Adult Nightly
Premium rooms offer picture postcard perfect views of the Piton mountains and the surrounding sea by virtue of their very elevated and strategic location. Some Premium rooms have 4th wall missing, king size bed, clay tiles, private shower, and are extremely spacious (1200-1400 sq ft).
Maximum occupancy: 2 Adults
Amenities: ceiling fans, fridges, electric water kettles for tea/coffee preparation with the tea/coffee, sugar, milk, wall mounted hair dryers and in-room safes.
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Anse Chastanet Resort - St Lucia
1000 Anse Chastanet Road, PO Box 7000, St. Lucia, CR St Lucia


Located 18 miles from Hewanorra International Airport [UVF] and 26 miles from George F.L. Charles Airport [SLU].

Why Stay Here

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Restaurants
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Spa

Resort Details

Meals and drinks are available for a surcharge, and all-inclusive packages are available. The resort has 6 restaurants and 2 bars. Other amenities include a high-end spa, a helipad, a fitness center and yoga.

Accommodation Details

Guestrooms include mini-fridges, coffeemakers and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms have separate living rooms and private pools.


Children age 10 and over are welcome.

  • Airline Desk
  • Airport Shuttle Service (+)
  • Beachfront
  • Car Rental Desk (+)
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Coffee Maker
  • Complimentary Coffee
  • Concierge Desk
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Currency Exchange
  • Fine Dining
  • Fishing (nearby)
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Hair Dryer
  • In room Safe (+)
  • Library / Video Library
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Massage Therapist (+)
  • Medical Services (nearby) (+)
  • Mountain View
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Non-Motorized Water Sports
  • Non-Smoking Property
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Refrigerator
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service (+)
  • Scuba Diving (+)
  • Spa Services (+)
  • Tennis Courts
  • Water Sports (nearby) (+)
  • Wedding Services (+)
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 1062 reviews
from Hertford
Submitted on 17-05-2016
We opted for a Superior Hillside room (6A), which was a great octagonal chamber, with a balcony on three sides. Well-appointed and good view of the Pitons, and after we'd got used to the lack of air conditioning, and the lengthy hill-climb to reach it, we fell in love with it. The staff were fantastic - cleaners, waiting staff, beach staff, everyone. All so helpful and friendly. And the food was very good - new menu every day, and always much enjoyed.
from Calgary, AB
Submitted on 17-05-2016
We had the most spectacular vacation ever! We are divers and dove with a group of 12 people. We were welcomed by the staff even though our arrival was 4 hours late and 1130 at night - they still waited for us and had our welcome cocktail in hand. Then due to the lateness of the hour - they had special plates for each of us in our rooms so we didn't go hungry. There are several restaurants to choose from on the property and they made sure that they accommodated our group in one area - inclusi... Read more
from mandisa
Submitted on 17-05-2016
remember walking the old french road from Soufriere town to this Hotel beach as a kid and recently staying at the hotel great breakfast bring Off for mosquitos must bring your camera or you will regret that
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 19-05-2016
We stayed in room 1C for 2 nights, and I was amazed by the service, room, and location. The hotel overlooks a beach that is accessible by a few flights of stairs. At the beach, the hotel offers for free snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boarding, and towel service. Also, the hotel offers paid activities, like jungle biking, scuba diving, and guided hikes. The room we stayed in is medium-sized, comfortable, and it has a beautiful view of the beach and the Pitons. Furthermore, the service is very frien... Read more
from San Diego, California
Submitted on 21-05-2016
I stayed here twice, back when it was a lovely, casual place with no pretensions. I could have stayed at a fancier, all-inclusive resort, but I picked this place based on what I had heard and read, and I was not disappointed. Comfortable rooms, excellent food, a lovely beach, friendly staff, an eclectic clientele, and excellent diving right off the beach -- everything I wanted. I am sad when I read about how much it has changed, how it has been turned into a high-priced, jet-setter type resort. ... Read more
from Toronto, Canada
Submitted on 28-05-2016
WOW, what a place. Such luxury, serenity and beauty. Beyond expectations. Service, food, drinks all amazing. I got stuck eating at the "vegetarian restaurant" - it was my best meal!!!!! Spent New Year's Eve there...great celebration.
from Wellesbourne Hastings, United Kingdom
Submitted on 31-05-2016
We wanted to stay here for our honeymoon, but at the time simply couldn't afford it. 19 years later we finally made the trip and were every bit as delighted as we'd hoped. We booked with British Airways and chose the bed and breakfast package, having calculated that we wouldn't drink enough to justify the all-inclusive price for 1 week, or eat enough to go half-board. Luckily we were able to transfer to the half-board package after the first night, once we'd realised how much the food cost. Thi... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 31-05-2016
I had an amazing experience here with my daughter. We stayed here for a couple of nights while we were living on the island and had an amazing experience. The staff is helpful and hospitable, the food and drinks are above standard and the property itself is breathtaking. The water in this area is nicer than on other parts of the island. The snorkeling is amazing, the snorkel staff and team are wonderful! I will be back this summer for sure.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 01-06-2016
What a great experience dealing with this hotel. The staff is so nice and genuine, super accommodating, great service! Food is amazing, they have several restaurants, all of them unique and food first class. Rooms: Unique views and luxury in details. Even though the hillside rooms have no air conditioners, the breeze of the mountains, make them so cool and wonderful. Rooms have a great balcony overlooking either the Mountains(Pitons) or the beach, and some of them have view of both The rooms on ... Read more
from Cutchogue, New York
Submitted on 06-06-2016
My wife and I stayed in the Piton Pool Suite, and we stayed for 4 days. I frequently travel the Carribean and stay in 4/5 start hotels, whether it be for work or a vacation. Since it is very hot and humid, and the rooms are open to the jungle, the private pool was great, especially for a morning cool off. I would also recommend the all-inclusive food option, the food is pricey and plus it's nice not to worry at all about eating or drinking. Make sure to check out the grill on the smaller private... Read more
from England, United Kingdom
Submitted on 07-06-2016
Loved the set up in the Jungle view amazing, little birds would fly around the living room. Rooms clean and overheat fan in the rooms. St Lucia has to be my favourite second time round for us but we stayed elsewhere last time. The food is out of this world, 5 star, well worth all inclusive. Staff are helpful and very humble. Jungle taxi guy he is great.........recommend.
Submitted on 11-06-2016
I'm Tavel consultant and I must say that St Lucia would not be the same without Anse Chastanet and Jade Mountain . I have stayed 3 nights there and I didn't want to leave after all the experience , hospitality and activities . I could write pages and pages saying how special has it been but I just want to say if you are looking for something unforgettable and special that is where you should stay. Great for weddings as they do just one wedding a day so you have the whole special day for your se... Read more
from Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Submitted on 18-06-2016
The beach rooms aren't on the beach but you can hear the water from your amazing patio that is nestled in a gorgeous garden area. We spent more time on the patio than any place else. It had a hammock, two comfortable lounge chairs, a small table with chairs and a sofa and chair to enjoy your morning coffee, relax after a day at the beach or enjoy a glass of wine after dinner. The scuba diving was ok, very colorful but not a lot of sea life. Did get the opportunity to see a frog fish which I had ... Read more
from Columbus, Ohio
Submitted on 22-06-2016
Anse Chastanet was a beautiful resort. The workers and people were more than helpful and made the week long stay great. There is a lot to do on the beach - snorkeling, paddle-boarding, kayaks or just relaxing. The food was fresh and the menus changed daily. The resort was very quiet, which makes for a good honeymoon, anniversary or a couples get a away. I would not recommend it for kids. I worked with Nikki from "Beach Bum Vacations" to book the trip. She was very helpful with the planning... Read more
from Columbia, South Carolina
Submitted on 28-06-2016
We went to Anse Chastanet for the day from our resort. One of the servers, Sylvia, told us about purchasing a day pass, which includes lunch, unlimited drinks, chairs, umbrella, towels, and watersport equipment. It seemed like a great deal, since we had thought about paying almost the same price just for a snorkeling trip and lunch. It was such a fun day! Laying in my chair by the beach was so relaxing. Beach service was wonderful. The snorkeling was great, and that was my husband's favorite par... Read more
from Sewell, New Jersey
Submitted on 01-07-2016
Our first visit to St. Lucia and the Anse Chastenet resort. The room was awesome with an outdoor patio and hammock. Very comfortable and spacious. Meals were delicious and staff was courteous and professional. The dive operations were very well organized and the dive masters and onshore staff were a pleasure to work and dive with. The diving was spectacular with plenty of varieties of fish and coral. The dives were of the drift variety and for the most part very relaxing. Looking forward to... Read more
from New Haven, Connecticut
Submitted on 07-07-2016
The Anse Chastanet is a stunning resort, with a perfect tropical setting and impeccable service. We were mainly in St. Lucia to dive, and we could not have been happier: the reef right off of the property was pristine, colorful, and teeming with life. A number of other stunning dive sites were never more than a 15 minute boat ride away. And the people who worked in the dive shop were probably the friendliest and most helpful we've ever encountered. Of course, we took advantage of many of the res... Read more
from Atlanta, Georgia
Submitted on 08-07-2016
Magical location! The room were space and comfortable, the breakfast was great and the scenery was unbelievable. Really a social place. Make sure you go to Jade Mountain for a drink or dinner. The scuba club is well organized and the place even has little dingy boats to take you to a private beach.
from Braintree, United Kingdom
Submitted on 11-07-2016
Stayed here for 3 nights prior to travelling to Mustique. We liked the variety of dining options, including vegetarian choices, variety of bars, being able to use 2 beaches, the wonder sunset cruise & the beautiful grounds, with a view of the Pitons to die for. Things to know - there is no pool & the beach is down a steep, stepped path, which is not suitable for those with limited mobility. As the rooms are very open, there is no A/C.
from Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
Submitted on 17-07-2016
I would give this place only 4 stars simply because it lacks air conditioning. If you can get over the 'art work'on the walls the place is awesome. Firstly the food: What more can you say except the best I have ever tasted. Second the staff: nothing is too much trouble for them. Third the view: Unbelievable, one morning we woke to look out into the trees and watch a humming bird taking nectar. Then there is the beach: well worth the difficult walk.
from Huntington, New York
Submitted on 18-07-2016
Our family was recently at Anse Chastenet for a week with Kids Sea Camp. The property is beautiful the food is excellent and the protected beach area is perfect for any water activities. We were impressed with Scuba St. Lucia so if you dive you will be very happy with their fabulous service. All but one couple had beachfront rooms. The hilltop room had an amazing view but was not air conditioned and really did not cool down at night. It is also a long walk up (or a shuttle is available). T... Read more
from Lincoln, United Kingdom
Submitted on 20-07-2016
Last year we took a 2 week holiday at this hotel and we were suitably impressed to go back; but it is true to what they say "it's never the same again". The route from the airport to the resort is long and the final mile or so is only accessible by a 4x4 or SUV due to the harsh track conditions. I suppose the good point is that you get a massage in a vehicle after spending many hours on the plane. Once there you are greeted by friendly staff and the check in process is fairly quick and painless... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 24-07-2016
Great place to visit. If you are up to a bit of a long, but cheap journey do what we did. We staayed in Rodney Bay and so took a couple of buses (first to Castries and the second to Soufrere) and a water taxi to Anse Chastanet and it was lovely. Great snorkeling. Much cheaper than going by taxi and teh roads are a little rough.
Submitted on 25-07-2016
This was my favorite resort from when I went 2 years ago, and after just returning for another week there, my opinion still holds! I find this place to be magical and the service is excellent. I made the mistake of hiking the Gros Piton, and suffered heat exhaustion and dehydration. The resort called their doctor on call and took great care of me, even checking up on me several times after I left the resort. The entire staff was very concerned and caring. I felt well taken care of and they ... Read more
from Kenilworth, United Kingdom
Submitted on 29-07-2016
We have recently returned from a truly amazing stay at Anse Chastanet, which is situated in a stunning location of natural beauty. We were made to feel very welcome and special by all of the staff. The food was excellent. Our hillside room had fantastic views of the pitons and the sea, and was serviced by the housekeeping team very well. The service was absolutely outstanding, from every point of view, and to mention a few members of the team...Marilyn and Janice in the restaurant, Walter and Ju... Read more
from Dallas, Texas
Submitted on 27-08-2016
The resort has their own farm- Emerald Farm. Where they grow their own food; The food was so good and fresh, it is right by Jade Mountain and they are both owned by the same owner so we could go there for breakfast and lunch and took a class with Peter about making handmade organic chocolate. The views!!!! We had 7D- it was awesome. The beach was nice and the to go spot to go snorkeling on the island, we also had 2 beaches: Anse Chastanet and Anse Mamin beach where it was very private and the ... Read more
Submitted on 28-08-2016
In mid August 2016, we spent a week on the volcanic island of St. Lucia. We were with a group of 30 people organized by my favorite dive retailer Divers Direct/Ocean Divers. The island's early volcanic activity gave St. Lucia three distinct mountain features. St. Lucia's most noted and pictured feature are the twin pitons located on the southwestern side of the island. The highest point on the island is about 3100 feet. Several small cities and numerous colorful fishing villages dot the coast ... Read more
Submitted on 03-09-2016
My wife and I stayed at Anse Chastanet for our honeymoon and we stayed in 14A which was open air overlooking the ocean and jungle. Coming from an air conditioned life it took some getting used to the hot and humid evenings. The mosquitoes were also friendly so thank God for the bug net. The rooms are massive but the beds and pillows are a bit hard. The road into the resort is a death trap and must be updated. It appears that the owner is trying to keep guests at his resort instead of eating else... Read more
Submitted on 05-09-2016
We didn't stay at the hotel, we just visited for the day for lunch and the spa. We could have taken a water taxi from where we are staying, but the $160 round trip charge seemed outrageous. In hind sight, we should have taken the water taxi. The 3.6 mile drive to Anse Chastanet took 40 minutes and the water taxi would have been 8. The road leading to the resort is deplorable - as my husband put it "the roads in Afghanistan are better". Once we got there though all was good. The people are... Read more
Submitted on 07-09-2016
Awesome hotel. However, it is imperative that you do your research and know what you're getting yourself into before you book! This is a four star hotel but it is not like the plush resorts you'll find in Punta Cana, Cancun, etc. This hotel is in the middle of rainforest on a mountain. Everything is far apart and you will have to walk! The rooms are along the mountain on hilltops or at the bottom on the beach. You'll have to climb many stairs to get to the reception, dining areas, beach, other r... Read more
from boston
Submitted on 13-09-2016
We stayed on Marigot Bay during a trip so this was quite the drive for us but it was absolutely worth it. Many of us agreed that this was one of our favorite days there. You have to drive up and down a sketchy unpaved narrow road to get here and you start to second guess if you're going the right way but the bumpier it is the closer you're getting. Finally after what feels like miles and miles you end up at a parking lot in the middle of the forest with many other cars and you get a sense of re... Read more
from Winston Salem, North Carolina
Submitted on 14-09-2016
I read a lot of the reviews that have been posted regarding this place and decided to share my experience. We flew into Hewanorra and had a prearranged shuttle waiting for us when we got there. Like everyone has already said, the last couple of miles are on the edge of mountain with an unpaved rough road. I think the guy said it was 13 miles from the airport but the ride ended up taking about an hour to get there, the last few miles taking about half of the time. We did want to see the islan... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 18-09-2016
Overall, one of the best stays we've had at any hotel. This hotel is not for people who are looking for fancy resorts such as those in Cancun, the Bahamas, etc. There are no casinos or fancy attractions - except nature itself, which is exactly what we wanted. As may others have said the drive up to the resort is quite pleasant until you reach the steep incline, at which point it turns into a bumpy, uncomfortable ride. We did have a prearranged shuttle and the driver was very courteous. There a... Read more
from Oakland, California
Submitted on 23-09-2016
Spent a week in September at Anse Chastenet - here's everything you need to know. The Good The views and location are superb. The majority of the staff are incredibly kind, helpful, and friendly. The rooms have great views, and large bathrooms. The water is warm, clear, and calm. The beaches are beautiful. It's very calm oasis in a beautiful area. The Bad The mosquitos are fierce. Deep Woods Off is going to be your best friend, so apply liberally and often. There are a LOT of stairs. We're ... Read more
Submitted on 23-09-2016
The road to the resort is 3rd world in the extreme and can feel dangerous due to its poor quality. Pot holes near shear cliff on one side rising at 45 degree slope as a single track. Not good for the teeth, nerves or lack of brusses from the rocking. Treetops restaurant is a disaster for service as most of the staff don't care and see it as a paid social event. Always ask for the iced water not the bottled as this tastes great and safe as per the whole island. Saves you money. At breakfast ... Read more
Submitted on 25-09-2016
As a couple who travels frequently we decided to try an island we have never experienced. After some research, the beautiful Saint Lucia seemed like the best option. We knew we made the right choice as we touched down on the runway with the most picturesque view of the turquoise ocean and Pitons. Upon arrival, we were greeted with a fresh hand towel and water. Within minutes our driver pulls up to whisk us off to paradise. The transfer to the resort was something we will never forget. It wa... Read more
Submitted on 26-09-2016
My boyfriend and I were blown away by our experience at Anse Chastanet. When we travelled there we had only been dating a few months and after a week there we were so much more comfortable with one another and in love. It was the most well rounded resort we have been to. Our trip started off perfectly, from the time the plane landed and the driver was eagerly awaiting our arrival to scoop us off to our romantic getaway until we had to return to Canada. When we arrived at the resort we were greet... Read more
from Johns Creek, Georgia
Submitted on 27-09-2016
I truly enjoyed my stay at Anse Castanet and am looking forward to going back! This hotel is great for solo travelers, groups, divers, those that want to unplug and get away, and high adventure travelers. The resort has 2 beach areas so you can choose to be more secluded if you want. It has on-site dive shop (which is excellent), non-motorized water sports (included), mountain biking, hiking, and so much more! The views from the hilltop rooms are absolutely stunning and will take your breath ... Read more
from Longwood, Florida
Submitted on 27-09-2016
Getting there is half of the fun, once you are there for a few days you will understand why the road to the retreat is not the best. I like the idea of making it hard to get to, not on the "beaten path", keep it that way. Of course when two guys check in to a resort with a lot of couples and have requested one bed you usually get a look or two but not here. We did see a few other gay couples when we were there so its not something anyone thought twice about, which is nice. The staff made u... Read more
from Connecticut, USA
Submitted on 28-09-2016
In short - I loved Anse Chastanat!! Where to begin?? AC is a mid-sized beach resort about an hour's drive away from larger airport (UVF). It's big enough that there are a ton of activities and plenty of space, but it's not so big that everything feels cookie-cutter. (My sense is that every room is a little bit different.) You'll see the same resort employees all week long, and you'll probably get to know a fair number of them on the first name basis. The General Manager is quite visible a... Read more
Submitted on 28-09-2016
I stayed at Anse Chastanet for one week and it was the most relaxing, care-free week ever. The rooms were so unique and super comfortable and the tranquility I felt at the hotel is more than I've experienced anywhere else. The beaches are beautiful, clean and quiet (especially Anse ma min) and they serve the BEST burger I have ever eaten. The restaurants are wonderful - the food tastes great and they have lots of options and if you are a picky eater (like myself) they will do what they can to g... Read more
from Wimborne Minster, United Kingdom
Submitted on 03-10-2016
The beach resort is idyllic. The welcome by staff friendly, helpful and genuine. The room superb, clean, well stocked and with a stunning view over the bay and also the Piton mountains. Food, a varied selection, well cooked and presented. Advice re a wide range of activities accurate and arrangements always spot on - member of staff was exceptional. Staff identified we were celebrating a significant anniversary and decorated our room with sparkling wine in the fridge. Overall, a lovely lov... Read more