St. Barth's

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13 reviews
Greta Garbo checked in as Suzy Schmidt for a 3-day holiday but ended up staying 3 weeks. That was eons ago, but this legendary hotel still exerts a magnetic pull on the rich and fabulous. — Frommer's
9
13 reviews
St. Barths's only full-service resort is wedged on an isolated peninsula between two beaches, Marigot and Grand Cul de Sac. — Concierge
9
12 reviews
This prized hotel is set in the delicate, natural tropical beauty of the island, amid fragrant foliage and gardens with pathways leading to one of the island's best beaches — Star Service
9
14 reviews
Stretching across 42 acres in one of the most remote corners of the island, these 14 all-suite villas are fresh from head-to-toe renovations by switched-on new owners. — Lonely Planet
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11 reviews
Located in the bay of the Grand Cul de Sac, it shoots for simplicity and understatement, as evidenced by Christian Liaigre's design. — Concierge
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7 reviews
The boutique, family-owned Hotel Le Village offers a quaint slice of European life in the heart of the tropics. — Oyster
8
6 reviews
This bustling boutique hotel opens onto a popular section of St-Jean Beach; next door are windsurfing and watersports rentals. — Frommer's
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7 reviews
A great option for those after location, location, location on the stunning Baie de St. Jean, a stone's throw from the Eden Rock. — Concierge
7
7 reviews
For beach lovers, it's hard to imagine a more appealing spot. — Frommer's
7
4 reviews
This classic island retreat delights young international guests who appreciate spiffy updates in spacious rooms and suites around a charming atrium garden. — Fodor's
7
4 reviews
This stylish resort climbs a steep, landscaped hillside on the northwest side of the island, a 10-minute taxi ride north of the airport. — Frommer's
7
4 reviews
Typical hotel for the bourgeois. A great value. Twenty-one clean but small rooms with simple white linens. — BlackBook
7
5 reviews
Inland on the Grande Saline’s parched terrain, five semidetached cottages...huddle around a small plunge pool shaded by Pandanus trees. — Lonely Planet
7
5 reviews
This postmodern all-suites-hotel, sequestered by a private garden lagoon opening onto Grand Cul-de-Sac beach, has a kid-pleasing fish-shaped freshwater pool. — Frommer's
7
4 reviews
Each of the modestly furnished but clean and freshly decorated, painted mountainside studios has a private balcony with panoramic views of the coastline. — Fodor's
7
4 reviews
Homey and warm, set on a serene, secluded stretch of St-Jean beach (even with the planes arriving and departing next door), Les Ilets is a charming departure from resort sleek and chic. — Frommer's
7
3 reviews
High on a hill on the Colombier coast, luxury Hotel Villa Marie combines our favourite bits of the Côte d’Azur and Caribbean — Mr & Mrs Smith
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4 reviews
This guesthouse offers clean, simply furnished, and economical bungalows that open directly onto the beach. — Fodor's
7
2 reviews
As the snaking stone road starts to peter out at the far end of Flamands, little Auberge de la Petite Anse emerges. — Lonely Planet
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