Saint Barthelemy, "The Unique Island", a pearl nestling in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. Its pure white sandy beaches stretch between an emerald sea and an azure coloured sky. A little part of France, colonized by the Brittans in the XVIIth Century, where a gentle way of life is jealously maintained.
The island of St Barthélemy (or St Barts, as it is commonly known) is situated towards the northern end of the chain of islands that make up the Lesser Antilles. The island was named by Columbus after his brother, Bartolomeo, and is considered by many to be the most beautiful island in the Caribbean.
Today, it is a French colony and offers a great combination of pristine white-sand beaches, calm turquoise waters, stylish accommodation and – perhaps unsurprisingly - good restaurants. Original Travel consultants have stayed on, and sailed round, St Barts on numerous occasions, so can suggest the best places to stay and things to do while there – like absolutely nothing.
Your holiday will take you in the architectural and decorative traditions developed throughout centuries in the West Indies. Surrounded by tropical gardens, each cottage is configured in the creole style and decorated with rare woods, pastel shades and lovely cotton fabrics which create a colonial atmosphere.
From the double room to the suite with its own private swimming-pool, each cottage has incomparable charm and comfort, opening out onto a large terrace, a private garden and the Big Blue Sea...
All the rooms have A/C, ceiling fans, hair dryer, mini bar, Safe, I-POD dock, LCD flat screen TV offering multimedia services, web radio & Music Juke Box, Video On Demand and High Speed Wireless Internet connection.
The Guanahani & Spa Hotel team will be delighted to help you throughout your stay. You can contact our desk anytime during the day and the night, for any request. Below you'll find a list of our principal services :
Driver & Porter services
Front Desk services
For your Children
Conferences & Meeting services
Communication & Internet services
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