The barefoot rhythm of the French West Indies. An oasis in the middle of the sea. An island alone. Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France, the Caribbean's only property with Palace distinction, continues to welcome guests as family, just as it has over the past 20 years. With a spectacular sense of place and unveiling exquisite island elegance, the 61 rooms, suites, and villas celebrate the Maison’s lush gardens, splendid views of the sea, or ivory sands of Flamands beach. All rooms, suites, and villas feature spacious, beautifully appointed bedrooms, private dressing rooms, light-filled bathrooms, and a private terrace or balcony with views of the gardens or ocean.
All Ocean and Beach rooms and suites feature the new architectural concept imagined by French designer Jacques Grange using a collection of vibrant patterns, rattan furniture, warm woods, and airy cottons. A wealth of bespoke Cheval Blanc amenities feature the Maison’s signature fragrance Tropical Chic and signature color, blush pink.
Nestled in the heart of the Maison’s tropical gardens, the Cheval Blanc Spa features four treatment rooms, a sauna, and an outdoor relaxation pavilion hidden in the lush vegetation. Guerlain has created a wide range of massages and face and body treatments, specially conceived for Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France. The fitness center is equipped with the latest Technogym machines and cutting-edge equipment. Upon request, bespoke programs can be conceived individually, and special coaching sessions can be organized with a personal trainer. Overlooking the Maison’s beach, two sparkling swimming pools offer a relaxing setting for a sunbathing afternoon between cooling dips, with spectacular views of Flamands Bay.
Culinary Arts - Artful and purely delicious. Two culinary tales in the Caribbean across two restaurants. La Case crafted by Caribbean life. Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France unveils a new culinary journey designed by Jean Imbert. An expression of the artist - Creative, generous, and friendly, Jean Imbert meets the Maison's spirit. True nature lover, Jean Imbert was inspired by the French West Indies to create an authentic culinary experience. La Case by Jean Imbert is more contemporary and authentic than ever. Island life at heart - The restaurant celebrates French West Indies with flair. The responsibly harvested fish is enjoyed raw. The region's spices bring forth the meat's flavors, while locally cultivated herbs subtly enhance each vegetable dish. Caribbean fruits and chocolate from the surrounding islands form the delectable core of the dessert menu.
White Bar - Come for a tipple, stay for a while. Big views of the big blue and a breezy ambiance. The White Bar serves dreamy views and tropical chic vibes. A sip to slow down -
Refreshing cocktails with a taste of the sun, light dishes to be eaten with fingertips. Whether under the shade of sun hats or glowing in the light of the sunset, the White Bar sparkles with festivity.
Wellness & Relaxation - Seconds turn to hours, hours turn to days. Rejuvenation, relaxation, and revitalization beckon the weary and wanting to wellness at Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France. Cheval Blanc Spa - Relaxation is breathed deep into the soul, sprinkled with notes of Tropical Chic. A journey for the senses - A haven for the body, mind, and spirit. Relaxing, energizing, balancing, rejuvenating. Guerlain's rare beauty rituals, exclusive in the Caribbean, are unveiled by Beauty Experts in four treatment rooms and the spa garden pavilion. Celebrating true island indulgence, the exotic outdoor pavilion is the perfect locale for four-hand massages for two or pampering facial treatments for one.
Saint-Barthélemy - Effortlessly elegant and full of barefoot charm, Saint-Barthélemy is the best-kept secret of the French West Indies. A hidden jewel - In only 25 sq km, the island of St-Barth boasts rolling hills, quiet beaches, fairytale towns, and a lively port. Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France calls the protected Flamands Bay home - watching over the big blue in total glamour. On island time…A thousand white sails zip across the bays during Les Voiles de Saint-Barth. Star French chefs come ashore for the Gourmet Festival. Fireworks on Bastille Day. Regattas on Fête de la Saint-Barthélemy. Only the insider's know…The indigenous Arawak people originally gave St-Barth the name 'Ouanalao' - today, there is much dispute on its original meaning. St-Barth has over 22 public beaches, each called 'Anse de...' in their denomination. The island is part of the Renaissance and Leeward island families. Pelicans are the unofficial mascot of St-Barth, originally appearing in the island's coat of arms.