Reopening late 2019
Gracing its own 18-acre tropical peninsula, Le Guanahani is nestled at the end of Grand Cul-de-Sac on the Caribbean island of St. Barth in the French West Indies. Within this captivating landscape, vibrantly hued guest cottages are scattered along garden paths that wind through lush bougainvillea, hibiscus and palms.
The hotel’s 67 spacious accommodations—awash in tropical hues of turquoise, yellow and lavender—blend a fresh Caribbean style with colonial influences. The Marigot Bay cottages offer sea views and bold, Creole-influenced contemporary interiors. Crafted in a timeless and graceful Explorer style, the remaining rooms and suites dot the hotel’s lush gardens or rest on the hillside looking out to Grand Cul-de-Sac. All of the 30 rooms and 37 suites offer a private terrace and garden, and many feature a large private pool.
At St. Barth’s most irresistible private enclave, one can bask in the sunshine at the beachfront pool, explore a colorful underwater world on a diving excursion, take kite-flying lessons, relax at the restorative Spa by Clarins or just hideaway in one’s own barefoot-chic retreat. With two white-sand beaches—one sheltered by a reef and the other perfect for windsurfing, Le Guanahani draws families and couples who enjoy the resort's many amenities, which include a full suite of water sports, a fitness center, flood-lit tennis courts and engaging complimentary children’s programs. Influenced by a wealth of French culinary tradition, the casually elegant hotel presents refined, Mediterranean-inspired cuisine with unobtrusive service in two distinct al fresco settings—within the sultry gardens of Bartolomeo or poolside at Indigo with stunning views of the reef-protected bay.
Guests also enjoy venturing out to explore the duty-free shops, nightlife and enchanting surrounds of St. Barth, the Caribbean’s sexiest island. Known for its alluring white-sand beaches, exceptional gastronomy and fashionable boutiques, this little outpost of France possesses a gentle way of life and a rich heritage.
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