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We approached the resort by boat, which immediately piqued our interest. The resorts were organically designed and built into the mountain by architect and owner, Nick Troubetzkoy. He thoughtfully designed Jade Mountain and Anse Chastanet resorts with nature in mind from aesthetics to eco-friendly function.
Each walkway leads to another singular room at Jade Mountain. Room numbers are indicated at the end of the walkway. The various levels of zig zagging walkways excite your eyes! I couldn’t stop looking at them.
A bottle of bubbly was there to greet us and we eagerly showed ourselves around…as I captured our amazing suite.
The multilevels make the suites even more interesting. Check out Lauren, of Every Last Detail wedding blog, lounging on our “lower deck” just beneath the infinity pool. And below is the view Lauren saw looking up towards where I was standing.
Lauren and I quickly got into the infinity pool. We were there for less than 24 hours so we let the fun begin immediately. Hanging out in the pool, taking a million photos of the sunset, and watching it slowly sink below the horizon was so calming. It was unforgettable.
We ordered room service in the morning. It was blissful! The crows were uninvited and unavoidable guests made made for some good laughs as they kept stealing sugar packets from our breakfast table and I happily enjoyed the morning view with the newest The Knot magazine. Fresh fruit sweetened the situation…mango in St. Lucia is truly 10 times better than anywhere else I’ve ever tasted it.
If you want to digest your meal in the warmth of the sun, a beautiful deck above The Jade Mountain Club restaurant provides comfortable seating to bask in the St. Lucia weather. The colorful glass sculptures around the resort were a favorite of mine – I LOVE color! If I remember correctly they were created by an artist in California with recycled glass.
I can’t say enough about our stay. It sincerely felt like we were in heaven without a care in the world. The staff was incredible, the views were breathtaking, the food was creative and delectable, the architecture intriguing and the amenities both in the room and around the property were exciting.
Expect to pay around $1100 a night upwards of $3,800 at Jade Mountain and $600 to $,1200 per night at Anse Chastanet. While the price tag may be considerable you’ll find it’s incredibly rewarding. For your honeymoon or wedding, potentially two of the most memorable times in your life, don’t you want a luxurious experience of a lifetime to go with it? Jade Mountain has been voted the #1 resort in the Caribbean for the years by Conde Nast Traveler. And of course, if you need a wedding photographer for your destination, don’t forget to contact me.
Check out Every Last Detail’s post regarding destination weddings in St. Lucia as well.
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