World's Best Hotels 2013

Which hotels deliver the most extraordinary experiences? Check the results of Travel + Leisure’s annual survey to find out.

No. 14 Jade Mountain St. Lucia

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Score: 95.33

Located at the highest point of the island, Jade Mountain wraps around a hillside, its exterior all curves and rough stone. Inside, each of the 29 Nick Troubetzkoy–designed suites features 15-foot ceilings, loft-like architecture, and an infinity pool or Jacuzzi. Suites have only three walls, offering open-air, panoramic views. Strap on your hiking boots for a 5-hour guided trek through St. Lucia’s Piton Mountains.

World's Best Hotels 2013

No. 14 Jade Mountain St. Lucia

Score: 95.33

Located at the highest point of the island, Jade Mountain wraps around a hillside, its exterior all curves and rough stone. Inside, each of the 29 Nick Troubetzkoy–designed suites features 15-foot ceilings, loft-like architecture, and an infinity pool or Jacuzzi. Suites have only three walls, offering open-air, panoramic views. Strap on your hiking boots for a 5-hour guided trek through St. Lucia’s Piton Mountains.

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