Anse Chastanet property is a 600 achres tropical paradise in a prestigious location with the iconic view of both the Piti and Gros Piton mountains floating upon the Caribbean Sea. Architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy believes passionately in nature, with such a unique setting as his canvas, he was inspired to design a one-of-a-kind resort. Committed to an environmentally conscious development that makes the perfect getaway to log off from reality and find peace, tranquility, romance, and adventure.
Anse Chastanet offers an enticing selection of menus available in several intimate hillside and beachside locations.
An exquisite and complete culinary experience: fine tropical Caribbean Cuisine, exotic Creole flavors, or simple grilled fare, and more.
Including dining on Anse Chastanet Beach at the Trou Au Diable restaurant, an East Indian-Caribbean Fusion menu, a wholly vegan at Emerald’s restaurant, a sea to table Balawoo seafood menu and the Jungle Grill for day time laid back dining on Anse Mamin beach.
Having more than 600 tropical acres, Anse Chastanet offers a wide variety of activities on site. Whether guests are looking for adventure (on land on water), lay down and relax, or learn something new.
✓ Get creative with art classes
✓ Discover the amazing coral reefs by scuba diving
✓ Have fun and explore the sea with water sports like kayaking, snorkeling, windsurfing, and sunfish sailing
✓ Explore the island biking on 12 miles of private trails through the tropical jungle
✓ Excursions to explore St. Lucia’s most famous sightseeing locations: The Sulphur Springs, St. Lucia’s famous walk-in volcano, the Louis XVI Mineral Baths, the Tropical Rain Forest and the famous Twin Pitons
✓ Birdwatching Paradise
✓ Farm Emerald’s organic produce for their kitchens and artisanal chocolate lab
✓ Enjoy and relax in two stunning beaches: The Anse Chastanet beach and the Anse Mamin beach.
Anse Chastanet is located at 1 Anse Chastanet Road, Soufriere, Saint Lucia
Fly to St. Lucia
✈ 1-hour drive from From the Hewanorra International Airport (UVF)
✓ You can request transportation from the airport to the resort
Anse Chanalet takes care of the environment by building awareness with their team and customers, inviting them to take part in environmental activities such as reef and beach cleaning and tree planting.
Also for the conservation and preservation, they maintain natural waterways and have zero removal of trees to ensure that erosion and runoff are mitigated. and help to manage the protected near shore area – which is a marine reserve.
Since 2007, Emerald Estate has been growing organic produce – from vegetables, micro greens, salads to fruits, spices, nuts and herbs- for the resort kitchens, under the supervision of consulting chef Allen Susser, taking the farm to table concept to a completely new level. There are over 1000 cocoa trees providing the cocoa beans used in the resort’s own chocolate production.
For water management there is a written water plan with specific usage and savings goals, and the supplier encourages its employees and customers to participate.
The following water-saving practices are undertaken:
• The resort operates a wastewater treatment plant on-site and treats waste-water prior to reuse
• Towel and sheet reuse program
• Rainwater collection and reuse
• No wash-down of large areas
• Composting beach toilets
Anse Chastanet efforts are focused on the 3Rs: reduce, reuse and recycle
Reducing packaging waste by bulked purchasing, personal care products are biodegradable, recycling or reusing materials like paper, plates, glasses, etc. and organic waste is composted.