St. Barth's

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13 reviews
Eden Rock is a perennial epicenter of style on celebrity-studded St. Bart’s. — Travel + Leisure
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13 reviews
‘Guanahani’ can only be uttered with an accompanying sigh of content and relaxation. — Lonely Planet
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12 reviews
If you're searching for a cocoon-like sanctum where daily stresses melt away, the White Horse is it. — Lonely Planet
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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
Christian Liagre, of Mercer fame, redesigned the old Sereno Beach Hotel two years ago and made interior magazines everywhere go bananas. — BlackBook
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7 reviews
You get the advantages of a villa and the services of a hotel at Hôtel Le Village, where for two generations the Charneau family has offered friendly service and reasonable rates. — Fodor's
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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
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8 reviews
A lifestyle hotel that's "contemporary but not intimidating," the Christopher serves up a supremely relaxed atmosphere against a background of precise service. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
One of the island's choicest boutique resorts was for many years an assemblage of villas that grew higgledy-piggledy up the lush hillside overlooking Flamands Beach. — Frommer's
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7 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
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4 reviews
Located directly on intimate Anse de Cayes, Le Manapany has many admirable features: a fantastic pool deck, a nice beachfront restaurant, a tranquil spa, a small boutique, and direct beach access. — Oyster
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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
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4 reviews
Brightly painted and with pretty gingerbread fretwork, this hotel has 22 air-conditioned rooms, including family rooms, all with private terraces, some with magnificent views and includes a bar. — DK Eyewitness
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5 reviews
These one-and two-bedroom apartments are set in a building right on the sand, looking out over the shallow bay of Grand Cul-de-Sac. — DK Eyewitness
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4 reviews
This is hardly the most luxurious or stylish lodging on an island that's legendary for its glamorous five-star hotels. — Frommer's
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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
A collection of brightly painted one-two- and three-bedroom cottages located on the hillside and on the glorious sand of a quiet section of the beach includes family rooms. — DK Eyewitness
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4 reviews
This guesthouse offers clean, simply furnished, and economical bungalows that open directly onto the beach. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
At the end of a narrow winding road...past St-Barth Isle De France, is the island's best bargain for those seeking an inexpensive noncommercial escape with unencumbered water views and a place to cook — Star Service
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