Best Resorts in St. Barth's.
St. Barths is one of the hottest yachting cities in the world. That being said, it's on-shore hotels and resorts also make an incredible tropical getaway. From private villas to expansive resort penthouses, you’re sure to find a new home that you’ll likely never want to leave.
1. Le Sereno
Vanity Fair calls Le Sereno “a flawless diamond.” Your chic vacation here will feature the beautiful backdrop of the milky blue Caribbean waters and the Grand Cul de Sac beach below. With 600 feet of uninterrupted shoreline, take advantage of the great outdoors for family gatherings set against these stunning surroundings. Le Sereno is like St. Barts itself, an improbable blend of style and serenity. The senses will be enveloped by the kind of indulgence that only Le Sereno can deliver. The hotel is a proud member of the Leading Hotels of the World and winner of Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards #1 Top Resort in the Caribbean in 2016.
The luxe and ultra exclusive Le Barthelemy Hotel & Spa was the first new build on the island in 20 years when it opened in late 2016. Set on the eastern end of Grand Cul-de-Sac, one of St. Barth's most beautiful beaches, the location is perfect. The lagoon in front of the hotel is not only a gorgeous turquoise hue, but also calm and shallow, making it perfect for swimming, paddleboarding, and snorkeling.
3. Eden Rock
St. Barts' legendary Eden Rock was the first hotel on the famously swanky island. Perched on a rocky promontory over Baie de St. Jean, the boutique resort attracts an international in-crowd with its fabulous rooms
A paragon of St. Barts' quietly luxurious style, the recently refreshed Hôtel Le Toiny offers 42 acres of tropical bliss. Originally owned by Michael Chen from Korea and Raymond Balsen of France, Hôtel Le Toiny is now the property of Charlie and Mandie Vere Nicoll (along with a group of friends and family). Even after its 2017 renovation, the property retains the feel of a small, hands-on, French family operation, with residential-style guest rooms, and privacy and discretion galore.Overseen by London designer Lady Bee Osborn, the hotel's recent redesign transformed the original French interior into a chic coastal retreat. She created a neutral palette with petrified wood, mother-of-pool and sun-bleached teak accents.
Imagine a hotel with elegant modern design, at the end of a long road descending toward the sea… Snuggled between crystal-clear water and Pointe Milou, protected by the trade winds, this intimate setting is embraced by unobstructed views of the ocean and neighboring islands.