Rising above its sister property, Anse Chastanet, Jade Mountain offers high-rise vistas of the Piton Mountains, with architecture that draws on St. Lucia’s natural beauty. Each of its “sanctuaries” boasts only three walls (the space where the fourth wall should be is completely open), 15-foot ceilings and furnishings crafted from tropical wood. Some suites also feature infinity pools that create the illusion of a limitless space between you, the Caribbean Sea and the Pitons. However, recent guests warn that though the open wall yields majestic views, it also means you’re up close and personal with some of the island’s high-flying wildlife and the occasional rainstorm. In addition to the panoramic views, Jade Mountain also touts a varied list of island sports, including snorkeling in the Anse Chastanet Bay, sunset sailing on the resort yacht and access to all of Anse Chastanet’s activities and facilities. As the site of the finale of the 14th season of “The Bachelor,” Jade Mountain knows how to create a romantic atmosphere. Couples can arrange for an in-room massage with the Kai en Ciel Spa or private dining on the Celestial Terrace.
Sources: US News