St. Barts | Destination overview
St. Barthelemy is the official handle of this glitzy, ritzy resort. But everybody calls it St Barts. It is the first choice for the champagne and caviar set who pour their cash and cachet into St Barts with ever-increasing enthusiasm. You can engage in the usual Caribbean rainbow of watersports. As befits a French island, epicures will be treated to some of the finest cuisine on earth. Although French is the official lingo, English is widely used.
Hotel La Banane - La Banane, an exceptional hideout nestled in the heart of
a coconut grove, in a lavish tropical garden boasting
hibiscus, frangipanis and jasmine, you are in the biggest homestead
of the island: an open-air house, an archipelago of nine
independent suites, each equipped with a bathroom opening onto a
Tom Beach Hotel - The Tombeach Hotel welcomes you in the Caribbean as well
as inside his exotic garden. Intimist place, well known from
the accustomed of the island. Find the sweetness of living and
the authenticity who give Saint-Barthelemy a worldwide
reputation of Paradisiac Island.
Hotel Les Mouettes - Situated on the beach, near supermarkets and bakery.
Offer you: 7 air conditioned rooms with kitchenette, balcony
situated sea side.
Animals are not allowed at the hotel.
Amenities: Kitchenette on the terrace
Policies: 30% of the total amount 1 month before the arrival
All about St. Barts
When Christopher Columbus sailed past this island in 1493, he said a mouthful by naming the place for St Bartholomew. When the French took over, the island eventually became ritzy, glitzy St Bartholemy. The Columbian mouthful finally evolved into St ... continue
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