Points of Interest
Hotel Carl Gustaf
The resort's 14 suites each offer magnificent views of the Harbor, and have been designed to anticipate every need. Favored by couples, families and intimate groups of friends and colleagues, each of the one and two-bedroom suites offer the highest levels of comfort. Spacious, bright and charming, each guestroom has its own distinct style, each boasting an air of grace and sophistication, and the utmost in privacy.
Completely renovated in 2006, artistic details such as hand-carved wooden furniture and array of interesting furnishings create a refined French-Caribbean atmosphere. All suites are lavishly appointed, replete with mini bar, safety deposit box, dual-line direct telephone line, LCD screens with DVD player, IPod systems, and a wide selection of DVDs. DSL or Wi-Fi Internet access is available on request.
Dining at the luxurious all-suite Hotel Carl Gustaf is among the hallmarks of guests' stay. Since opening its doors in November 1991 when the resort first began its rich tradition of attracting notables such as Cindy Crawford, Billy Joel (who spontaneously lapsed into song after dinner one night!), John Grisham, and many others, the hill top hideaway has continued to garner global acclaim from the world's most discerning food and wine critics. Offering one of the finest dining experiences in the entire French Caribbean, it was not long ago that American icon Buzz Aldrin and his wife graced the resort for lunch, claiming Executive Chef Emmanuel Motte's cuisine "Out of this world!"
Served under the culinary direction and watchful eye of Chef Motte, the resort's restaurant Victoria's delights with beautifully presented dishes, each artistic and oftentimes abstract, epitomizing the finest in French cuisine.