Each guest unit at this luxury resort is known as a sanctuary and is beautifully decorated and individually themed. They are quite spacious and most have an infinity pool. This stunning resort is an architectural marvel created by the world famous architect, Nick Troubetzkoy. A winding and somewhat precarious road leads up the mountainside to this marvel of one man's vision. The eight story structure uses nature as its backdrop and is striking in its construction with the multiple bridges that crisscross and lead to various areas of the resorts facilities. The interesting use of multi-colored glass created in various shapes and sizes is used atop pillars and captures the sunlight, creating an interesting optical effect. While strolling the walkways, you can enjoy koi ponds. A roof top restaurant and pool area offer striking views of the Pitons and the Caribbean and, at the right time of day, a gorgeous sunset. There are no elevators, so bring your walking shoes. The view from each sanctuary is no less than spectacular whether it be by day with the stunning views of the Caribbean and Pitons or at night for star gazing; you will find yourself simply amazed by the night sky. During your stay, be sure to take the shuttle down to the beach. There you will find a black sand beach—remnants of a volcanic eruption. You may also use the facilities of their sister property, Anse Chastanet, which was Mr. Troubetzkoy's first creation at this mountainside location. There they offer various recreational facilities and a beach side restaurant. Enjoy the steel drums playing as you dine and look out over the beach and the gorgeous Caribbean.
29 units. 8 stories (no elevator), exterior corridors.