Anse Chastanet Resort old French road secluded and with music provided by the forest's
nocturnal tree frog chorus, the romantic Anse Chastanet Resort in soufrière, st. Lucia, is a
popular Caribbean getaway for couples, a tranquil world at the end of a two mile forest road
perched on 600 acres of tropical foliage.
The Resort provides snorkeling and scuba diving within 100 yards of the beach, kayaking, jungle
mountain, biking and hiking, sunset cruises, deep sea fishing, and tours of soufrière's "drive
in" volcano. Five minutes away, the resorts second beach fronts a 500 foot wide, two mile deep
canyon that once served as a 17th century sugar and cocoa plantation. here, 12 miles of
mountain biking and hiking trails snake through jungles laced with mangoes, coconuts, bananas
and cocoa. Guests can relax at the resorts Kai belté spa with shiatsu and hot stone massages,
warm oil and herbal wraps, and yoga.
The resorts hillside piti piton features panoramic Caribbean views, candlelit ambiance and
"treetop" seating, and serves steamed mahi mahi, rack of lamb, pan seared king fish, and
chicken breasts stuffed with goat cheese.
The open air, beach front trou au diable specializes in salads, sandwiches, rotis, and Italian
and creole foods secluded among tropical foliage on the beach or in the hills .
The resorts 49 Guest rooms offer terra cotta tile or hardwood floors, and furniture made from
local mahogany, teak, breadfruit, green heart and purple heart woods and west Indian madras
cloth. accommodations also include locally made straw rugs, pottery, carved wood decorations
and art, and yellow ceiling bulbs that cast soft light from underneath wicker shades, ceiling
fans and windows cool the Anse Castanet Resort.
Guest rooms: televisions, radios, clocks and
telephones are confined to the main building, so guests can relax without modern
intrusions. please note: there are approximately 100 stairs leading from beach level to mid
hillside level, making the property unsuitable for those with walking difficulties or
A complimentary shuttle from beach side to
hillside level is provided on request. From hewanorra international airport: because the
hotel is very difficult to find and at the end of a steep and rugged forest road that can
be treacherous, it strongly urges guests not to drive. The easiest way is taxi.
Fares are more than $36 usd. fees subject to change without notice. Shuttle vans or private
cars of varying prices are available. They can be selected during the process of booking an
air inclusive reservation for this hotel, via this web site, and added to the total trip
From George f.l. Charles airport: no shopping
and dining venues are in the immediate area around the hotel but guests can taxi into
soufrière (fare is $26 $35 usd) or into the town of Castries (fare is more than $36 usd.)
public buses can be used around the island for fares less than $5 usd. driving is not
recommended for those unaccustomed to driving on the left side of narrow, winding,
mountainous roads. ferries cross Rodney bay to pigeon island for less than $5 usd and
travel from the island to Martinique, Dominica, and Guadeloupe for return fares of more
than $36 usd. fees subject to change without notice.