This beautiful island, commonly known as St. Barts, is famously known for its designer shops and white sand beaches. It is considered the Caribbean’s most elite and most expensive barts harbor

Baie de St-Jean

The Baie de St-Jean is known for its aquamarine waters and is great spot for snorkeling and windsurfing. Here you’ll find a few cute boutiques and bistros nearby for when you need a break from the water.

Anse des Flamands

This place is ideal for travelers who are looking for a quiet and peaceful stretch of sand. Those looking for some exercise can also try the semi-strenuous hike from the beach to the nearby dormant volcano.


Gustavia, St. Bart’s capitol, is known for shopping and dining. You’ll find everything from real-life Gaultier to knockoff Gucci to locally made goods can be found inside the hallowed stores of Gustavia. At night, the island’s “nightlife” takes over. Don’t be surprised if you bump into vacationing celebrities.

GustaviaAnse de Grand Cul-de-Sac

Those interested in water sports – including kayaking, windsurfing, kite surfing, even fly fishing – should visit Anse de Grand Cul-de-Sac. The waters are calm and shallow making it ideal for swimming.

Anse a Colombier

If you truly want a lot of privacy this remote beach is the best place for you, It hides at the bottom of a steep, cacti-lined hike down from the main road along St. Barthélemy’s northwest tip. The rock formations, calm waters and stunning views are what the island is known for. If you’re boating, the natural gulf along the beach is a perfect place to dock.

Le Sereno

This exclusive hotel has 36 suites and three large villas. Some of the larger villas include private pools and full kitchens as well as walk-in rain showers and 24-hour butler service. Amenities in all accommodations include plush sofas, flat-screen TVs, granite sinks and separate showers and soaking tubs. There are two restaurants onsite and 24-hour room service. Le Sereno has a freshwater swimming pool overlooking the ocean. The resort also offers a beach with lounge chairs and complimentary water sports equipment. The property’s beachside spa offers a variety of massages, facials, body wraps and slimming treatments. The property has a small fitness center with basic equipment for guests to use.

For reservations call:

+590 590 29-8300st barts

Le Guanahani

Luxury accommodations at Le Guanahai are located in 67 tropical bungalows: there are 30 rooms, 34 junior and one-bedroom suites and 10 signature suites, many of which come with private pools or Jacuzzi tubs. Amenities in all accommodations include flat-screen TVs with satellite, iPod-docking stations, and minibars. The property features two full-service indoor-outdoor restaurants. There is also 24-hour room service. Le Guanahani features two pools. There is a small adults-only spa pool and a larger rectangular pool that faces the ocean. The spa features private teak treatment rooms, a steam room, a spa boutique and a tearoom as well as a full-service Fekkai salon. Treatments include a range of massages, facials, body scrubs and wraps as well as hair and nail services. There is a fitness center as well as Yoga, Pilates, Zumba, aqua aerobics and stand-up paddleboard fitness classes for an additional fee.

For reservations call:

+590 590 52-9000

Hotel Christopher

Located on St. Barts’ northern coast, Hotel Christopher provides luxury-seekers with an intimate getaway. Most rooms include amenities like Egyptian cotton sheets, minibars, coffee makers, flat-screen TVs with DVD players and satellite. There is a twice-daily maid service and complimentary Wi-Fi. There are 2 restaurants onsite and 24-hour room service. There is an infinity pool that overlooks the ocean and a luxurious spa that offers treatments with essential oils and views of the ocean. Services include massages, facials and body scrubs. There is also a fitness center located in the spa.

For reservations call:

+590 590 27-6363