Hotels in St. Bart's

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Here’s the great news about St. Bart’s: there’s no shortage of glamorous places to stay. From the iconic Eden Rock—the island’s first hotel, dating t... Read More

Here’s the great news about St. Bart’s: there’s no shortage of glamorous places to stay. From the iconic Eden Rock—the island’s first hotel, dating to the 1950s—to newcomer Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, the resort options are elegant and cater to a discerning clientele. Finding an affordable place to stay can be a challenge, but there are a handful of intimate properties where the price is right—particularly in the low season, which runs roughly from June through August. Many hotels and restaurants close entirely from September through October for annual maintenance.

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  • Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle De France

    LVMH has transformed one of the island’s prime pieces of real estate into an unabashedly luxe resort that still manages to feel warm and welcoming. A... Read More

  • Eden Rock

    Before St. Bart’s became what it is today, there was Eden Rock—the island’s first hotel, built on a tiny, rocky outcropping back in 1950. The guests... Read More

  • Hôtel Baie des Anges

    Finding a bargain on St. Bart’s can be a challenge. But this intimate, family-owned property delivers a stellar beachfront location—it’s set on the... Read More

  • Hotel Le Toiny Saint Barth

    Space. Seclusion. Sophistication. All come at a premium at this 14-room property, which cascades down a hillside over 42 acres on the wild southeast... Read More

  • Hotel Le Village St. Barth

    Set on a hill just above the town of St.-Jean, this intimate hotel, which is run by the Charneau family, has been in business since 1969. It’s another... Read More

  • Hotel Taïwana

    Many of the rooms at this beachfront property, which sits at the eastern edge of Flamands Bay, are set high in the hills (so bring your sneakers—you’ll... Read More

  • Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa

    The first newly built hotel on St. Bart’s in 20 years, the long-awaited Le Barthélemy made its debut in the fall of 2016. Here’s why it’s a hit so far:... Read More

  • Le Guanahani

    Luxurious without a whiff of pretension, Le Guanahani is ideal for families, particularly those with small children, since it’s the only hotel on the... Read More

  • Le Sereno

    A perfect getaway for couples, this 36-room, Christian Liagre-designed property, which feels like a modern take on a colonial hideaway, occupies a 600... Read More

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