12 Best
All-Inclusive Resorts & Hotels in St. Barts

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It’s cool; it’s stylish, it’s French, and it’s the Caribbean. Celebrities, and those who want to feel like ones, come to St. Barts for the privacy provided by the private villa-style accommodations, the lack of mass tourism, the high-end restaurants, and St. Bart’s all-inclusive resorts.

The tiny island of Saint Barthelemy is the most prosperous in the West Indies. Known for its natural beauty, it is a French overseas collectivity with a unique flavor. It is home to luxurious Caribbean all-inclusive resorts and a favorite playground of the rich and famous, and easy to see why.

Although small, there are many resorts and hotels in St. Barts, and we’ve selected some of the best resorts in St. Barts to consider for your next visit.

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5 Best Overall Resorts & Hotels in St. Barts

1. Rosewood Le Guanahani St Barth

Photo credit: Rosewood Le Guanahani St Barth

Rosewood Le Guanahani St. Barth is the island’s largest hotel and only full-service resort, situated on a secluded peninsula. It is a lovely 16-acre hideaway. See more details

Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $1700/per night

2. Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France

Photo credit: Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France

This stately mother of St. Bart’s hotels, which has ruled over Flamands Bay for a decade, will fascinate you. Located on Flamands beach, it has a secluded and very high-end location. See more details

Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $2400/per night

3. Le Barthelemy Hotel and Spa

Photo credit: Le Barthelemy Hotel and Spa

This coastal boutique in Grand Cul De Sac includes 46 luxury rooms, some with heated plunge pools, a beachfront restaurant, and a spa that offers relaxing treatments using La Mer products. See more details

Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $1450/per night

4. Eden Rock

Photo credit: Eden Rock St. Barths

Eden Rock is one of the most vibrant and fun-loving places to stay on St. Barts, with a new restaurant, spa, and 34 art-filled rooms. See more details

Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $1400/per night

5. Hotel Le Toiny

Photo credit: Hotel Le Toiny

This beautiful 14-suite resort on the southeast “Cote Sauvage” combines seclusion and pleasure and is well-known for its exquisite Sunday breakfast, served beside jaw-dropping vistas. See more details

Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $1350/per night

St. Barts Luxury Resorts

St Barts is the most abundant island in the Caribbean. The rich, famous, and beautiful flock here for both the beauty and the atmosphere, so it’s no surprise, you’ll find so many top luxury resorts in St Barts. Here are our top picks as the best St. Barts luxury resorts.

Eden Rock

* Best for romantic breaks
Photo credits: Eden Rock St. Barths
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $1400/per night

Eden Rock has been greeting sun-seeking visitors for more than 60 years since it was the first hotel to operate on St Barts. The hotel is situated on a rocky outcropping, surrounded nearly entirely by tranquil, gin-bottle blue sea. 

Eden Rock has 37 different rooms, suites, and villas. Many rooms are carved out of the rock and are magnificent and inviting; each room is distinct, with basic neutral tones and its own patios. If you book a specialty villa, you’ll get access to amenities like a private art gallery and a recording studio.

Key features:

  • King size bed
  • Terrace
  • Sea view
  • Garden view
  • Nespresso machine
  • Wi-Fi

Award-winning chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten oversees the adjacent Sand Restaurant, Rémy Bar, and Bar on the Beach. The accommodation fee includes a lavish daily buffet breakfast that is solely accessible to hotel guests.

Key features:

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Beach Bar
  • Michelin star chef

Eden Rock, located on the island’s northern coastline in St. Jean Bay, provides guests access to the beautiful beach. The resort offers various water activities and sailing and fishing trips that take advantage of the island’s natural beauty. The Eden Rock Spa offers a variety of relaxing treatments.

Key features:

  • Eden Spa
  • Wellness
  • Fitness
  • Private Beach access
  • Water sports

Hotel Le Toiny

* Best for a romantic hideaway
Photo credits: Hotel Le Toiny
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $1350/per night

Hotel Le Toiny is one of St. Bart’s most well-known places, nestled among 42 acres of green sloping hillside, rich tropical foliage, and a rough coastline. Hotel Le Toiny offers bright and airy décor that are trendy yet uncomplicated, maximum sea views, and the solitude and isolation desired in a luxury hotel.

Thirteen one-bedroom villa suites, one junior suite, and La Villa, a three-bedroom villa with a master suite and two bungalows, make up Le Toiny’s 15 villa suites. The ocean-view villas at this resort are popular with those who want to be pampered. Every room has a heated pool and spectacular views. 

Key features:

  • En-suite bathroom with separate shower
  • Walk-in wardrobe
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Television
  • Terrace
  • Minibar
  • Safe-deposit box

Hotel Le Toiny has a complete gourmet restaurant with spectacular high views; for lunch, however, you can enjoy private beach service at the brand new Beach Club. There’s a champagne sitting area with seaside views and an oyster shell-decorated bar.

Key features:

  • Le Toiny Restaurant
  • Beach Club

The hotel’s private beach, complete with a small bar and beach chairs, provides full beach service to both hotel guests and non-guests. Therapists conduct treatments using Ligne St Bart, the island’s cult-favorite brand, at the Serenity Spa Cottage at Hôtel Le Toiny.

Trips to nearby islands, tennis and beach tennis, diving, sailing and yachting, and deep-sea fishing are just some of the things that the crew at Hotel Le Toiny can arrange on the island.

Key features:

  • Private pools in each villa
  • Main infinity-pool
  • Beach Club
  • Serenity Spa Cottage
  • Fitness center
  • Water sports

Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France

* Best for VIPs and those who wish to vacation like them
Photo credits: Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $2400/per night

Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France, a member of the LVMH group, is located on one of the island’s jaw-dropping beaches, Flamands Bay.

There are 40 elegantly fitted rooms, apartments, and villas with spectacular sea views or secluded lush gardens. 

Key features:

  • Sitting Area
  • Workplace
  • Breezy outdoor area
  • Bathroom with a rain shower
  • Signature Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France Tropical Chic amenities

The Maison’s La Case de l’Isle restaurant, which overlooks the pool and ocean, serves regionally-inspired French cuisine and has a refined menu. You can also enjoy foot-in-the-sand lunch or dinner at the more casual La Cabane de l’Isle. 

Key features:

  • Two Restaurants
  • Two bars
  • Beach restaurant
  • 24-Hr room service
  • Continental breakfast included

Guerlain products and therapies are utilized exclusively in the four treatment rooms of Cheval Blanc Spa. The spa pavilion is the place for those who enjoy being pampered while surrounded by gorgeous tropical landscapes.

A new beachfront state-of-the-art fitness center with private trainers and Technogym machines provides breathtaking ocean views as you work out.

Take a five-hour deep-sea fishing expedition with a professional fisher, followed by a beautiful lunch or supper made with your catch of the day for a unique island experience.

Key features:

  • Spa by Guerlain
  • Fitness center
  • Snorkeling equipment available
  • Airport transfers

St. Barts Spa Resorts

Spa resorts in St. Barts provide a peaceful sanctuary after a long day of shopping in Gustavia’s shopping area, seeing St. Jean’s art galleries, or relaxing at the beach.

Explore our top recommendations for the best St. Barts spa resort where you can indulge in well-deserved treatments.

Le Barthelemy Hotel and Spa

* Best for a posh beach vacation
Photo credits: Le Barthelemy Hotel and Spa
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $1450/per night

The luxurious resort Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa is situated on a crescent-shaped white-sand beach. It will appeal to visitors seeking a beach and pool atmosphere as well as a variety of aquatic sports.

The resort’s 44 rooms and suites and two full-service villas are decorated with natural materials and imbued with integrated technology and Hermes amenities, providing understated elegance. 

Key features:

  • Oceanview
  • Terrace
  • Handmade French bonnet king-sized bed
  • Walk-in rainfall shower
  • Personal sound system
  • Closets In the room

Aux Amis restaurant, which serves island-inspired French cuisine, is an exquisite yet comfortable environment for lunch or dinner. The hotel also offers beach service and a coffee corner where you can have expertly prepared coffee drinks.

Key features:

  • Restaurant
  • Beach Bar
  • Coffee corner

Le Spa at Le Barthélemy is a refuge for regeneration and holistic health with La Mer skincare, vitality pools, sauna, and hammam. This may be the vacation to try kitesurfing, plus there’s a fitness facility with a view that’s open 24 hours a day and yoga on the beach.

The hotel, part of the St. Barts Nature Reserve, is committed to conserving and sustaining the island’s natural environment. Sea turtles, starfish, beautiful corals, vegetation, and animals will make you enjoy the beauty of St. Barts.

Key features:

  • Spa
  • Fitness center
  • Scuba course
  • Yoga
  • Sailing
  • Watersports

Hotel Manapany

* Best for eco-breaks
Photo credits: Hotel Manapany
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $980/per night

Hotel Manapany was the first eco-resort to operate on St Barts, tucked away in the middle of Anse de Cayes. The hotel utilizes electric automobiles, generates water, maintains a vegetable and fruit garden, and provides towels made from natural materials partially powered by solar panels.

There are 43 rooms and villas to choose from. Each room features a sundeck with views of the Caribbean Sea and a sundial where you may gaze into the sun’s reflection.

Key features:

  • King-Size bed
  • Private sundeck
  • Minibar
  • Bath products from B Signature
  • Air conditioning
  • High-speed Wi-Fi
  • Bath or shower

The hotel offers sophisticated dining at Manapany Restaurant. Tables are available indoors, on the sea-facing patio, and on the beachfront of this idyllic restaurant, which serves fresh fish and locally grown vegetables. Mixologists use island plants and fruits to create strong, unique, and colorful drinks at the bar.

Key features:

  • Manapany Restaurant
  • Bar

All of the amenities of a large resort, but on a more intimate size. The beachfront spa, which Dr. Hauschka owns, offers three treatment rooms, including one for couples massages and another for mani-pedis. The main family-friendly pool provides restaurants, while the adult-only pool is a private sanctuary.

You can have private yoga and pilates sessions on the beach pavilion, only available upon request. The Manapany has two gaming rooms: one for kids with video games, a soccer table, and one for adults with chess games and a pool table.

Key features:

  • Two seaside swimming pools
  • Spa
  • Yoga
  • Water Sports onsite
  • Boutique
  • Game Room

Hotel Christopher St Barth

* Best for a romantic coastal retreat
Photo credits: Hotel Christopher St Barth
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $800/per night

Hotel Christopher blends creative decor, high-quality facilities, exceptional service, and excellent attention to detail to create a preferred resort location for tourists in the northeast. The hotel’s combination of quality and stylish but informal services makes it one of the finest deals on the island. 

Hotel Le Christopher provides magnificent, luxurious guestrooms situated on the water’s edge.  The hotel has a total of 42 rooms and suites.

Key features:

  • Bath amenities by Sisley
  • Complimentary welcome minibar
  • Tea & coffee facilities
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning & fan
  • Satellite TV

Christo and Mango, the hotel’s restaurants, provide an abundance of fresh seafood as well as breathtaking coastal views. With its fabulous setting by the pool, Mango Restaurant is the ideal spot for a toes-in-the-sand lunch or dinner.

Key features:

  • Two restaurants
  • Bar
  • Toes-in-the-sand dining

Relax in the spacious swimming pool, work out in the fitness facility, or pamper yourself with massage services. A magnificent spa by French cosmetics company Sisley and the island’s largest freshwater infinity pool overlooking the ocean, huge enough to compensate for the lack of an onsite beach, would be enough to make you never want to leave.

Key features:

  • Sisley Spa
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness center
  • Yoga
  • Snorkeling and scuba diving

St. Barts Adults-Only Resorts

Warm green-blue waters, white sand beaches, and vibrant sweeping landscapes make this island ideal for an adults-only getaway. There are lovely St. Barts adults-only resorts to choose from on this small and unspoiled island, and we’ve handpicked the best for you.

Le Sereno St. Barth's

* Best for couples looking for an active beach holiday
Photo credits: Le Sereno St. Barth's
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $1500/per night

Le Sereno is St. Barts seaside jewel. It’s located on the island’s east end, on gorgeous Grand Cul-de-Sac, a turquoise cove shielded from the ocean waves by a coral reef.

The 39 freshly refurbished suites and four-bedroom villas have been expertly crafted to strike the perfect blend of comfort and refinement. The ample accommodations at Le Sereno are located near the beautiful seashore.

Key features:

  • Private terrace and gardens
  • Ex Voto Paris bath amenities
  • Private bar
  • Maid service twice daily
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Fixed and wireless telephones
  • Flat-screen LCD TVs and DVD players

The open-air Le Sereno Al Mare Restaurant uses spectacular surroundings and provides visitors with a sea vista from nearly every aspect. The Beach Restaurant, located near the main restaurant, is just steps away from the Grand Cul de Sac’s crystal-clear waters.

Key features:

  • Two restaurants
  • Bar and Lounge

The hotel spans over 600 feet of sandy beach on the prized Grand Cul de Sac, with views of the blue lagoon from nearly every room and house. You may find the only authentic waterfront treatment suite on the island at Le Sereno’s Spa.

The hotel is wonderfully romantic, with endless seclusion on the topless beach. You may borrow stand-up paddleboards, snorkeling equipment, and glass-bottom kayaks from the St. Barts hotel to get a closer look at the turtles. The beachfront pool may be the most Instagrammable spot on the property.

Key features:

  • Beach access
  • Pool
  • Water sports
  • Le Sereno Spa

Pearl Beach Hotel

* Best for dream getaway for couples
Photo credits: Pearl Beach Hotel
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $480/per night

The small hotel, located on St. Jean Beach in St Barts, is excellent for couples, with a romantic restaurant and gorgeous tropical grounds.

The modest boutique hotel is nestled in a tropical garden and provides 14 rooms separated into four types, ranging from Superior Garden View Rooms to Beach Front Suites. Ceiling fans, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, and a minibar are included in the exquisite yet straightforward rooms furnished with natural materials.

Key features:

  • Individually controlled Air-Conditioning
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Fully Stocked Minibar
  • Bath Robes
  • Molton Brown Amenities
  • Nespresso Coffemaker & Capsules
  • Wireless Bluetooth JBL speakers

The hotel’s beachfront, feet-in-the-sand Pearl Beach Restaurant serves excellent food in a relaxed atmosphere. Breakfast, lunch, and early evening tapas are all available at Pearl Beach.

Key features:

  • Restaurant
  • Beach Bar
  • Room service

This hotel is located on St Jean’s white sand beach and is ideal for a peaceful island break. Spend a romantic evening sailing into the sunset on a private boat charter from the island’s famous harbor. There is a friendly vibe here, with everything from excellent restaurants and live music to barbecues and watersports to keep you entertained.

Key features:

  • Canoeing
  • Snorkeling
  • Water sport facilities
  • Outdoor pool
  • Private beach area
  • Concierge service

Hôtel Villa Marie Saint-Barth

* Best for a total and serene relaxation
Photo credits: Hôtel Villa Marie Saint-Barth
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $810/per night

One of the top St. Barts hotels, with boho-chic décor, mirrors the island’s color, relaxed feel, and warm atmosphere that makes it difficult to leave.

The 21 rooms and villas are wooded, whitewashed, and shuttered, with ceiling fans, seashells, and rattan recliners in the Emmanuelle style. The beds are large, canopied, and have ornate headboards.

Key features:

  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Bluetooth speaker
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Electric kettle
  • Nespresso machine
  • In-room safe

You may enjoy beautiful French cuisine at the restaurant that mixes traditional French dishes with ancestral Caribbean traditions before retiring to the bar with a rum and cigar. The hotel also has a new Beach Club, offering bare-foot dining.

Key features:

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Beach Club

The beach-chic Hotel Villa Marie is only a 15-minute walk from the shore, and you can roam around the garden or travel down the coast after sunset to take in the stunning views. In its Pure Altitude-branded Spa, Villa Marie provides pampering, relaxation, and restoration, with two therapy rooms available.

Key features:

  • Serviced pool
  • Fitness Room – Gym
  • Pure Altitude branded spa
  • Pure Altitude Boutique
  • Snorkeling
  • Concierge services

St. Barts Family Resorts

Finding family-friendly resorts in St. Barts might be difficult because many resorts cater primarily to romantic getaways. However, there are still some resorts in St. Barts that offer family-friendly amenities while you enjoy your French-Caribbean vacation.

Rosewood Le Guanahani St Barth

* Best for families with both younger and older children
Photo credits: Rosewood Le Guanahani St Barth
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $1700/per night

Le Guanahani, St Barth’s most alluring private retreat, is stretched out over 18 isolated tropical acres on its own peninsula. As the only hotel with a dedicated kids club on the island, Le Guanahani is excellent for families, particularly those with little children.

Sixty-six vibrantly colored guest rooms and suites are dispersed across this stunning terrain, winding through thick bougainvillea and palms by the vast beaches and reef-protected lagoon. 

Key features:

  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • Luxurious linens
  • Walk-in shower
  • Satellite television
  • Air conditioning
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Personal bar
  • Bathroom amenities

Guests are welcome to savor outstanding Mediterranean-influenced food at the Beach House. Each of the five dining spaces, including the pool and sundeck, has a spectacular ocean view. A beverage menu developed by a skilled team of mixologists complements the Mediterranean-inspired food.

Key features:

  • Mediterranean cuisine
  • Five dining areas
  • Cocktail menu

There are twin pools, a free kids’ club, a Clarins spa, and a Frederic Fekkai hair salon, a full range of water sports, two restaurants, a fitness center, among other amenities. It has the most excellent hotel beach of all the hotels on St Barts, and it all adds up to the most fabulous hotel beach on St Barts.

Key features:

  • Two swimming pools
  • Two beaches
  • Watersports
  • Tennis court
  • Kids’ club
  • Pool and Beach service
  • Sense, A Rosewood Spa
  • Fitness center

Hôtel Le Village Saint Barth

* Best for families who want to be close to the beach and town
Photo credits: Hôtel Le Village Saint Barth
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $670/per night

Amid the tropics, the family-owned Hotel Le Village provides a modest piece of European life. It’s close to both downtown St. Jean and many beautiful beaches; outdoor kitchens make cooking for oneself, dare we say, enjoyable; and the luxe-but-casual attitude is a refreshing change from the seen-and-been scene. 

The refurbished airy stone-and-redwood cottages are handsome, large, and comfortable, with a lively modern flare. They have high ceilings, good furnishings, freshly restored baths, and gorgeous patios with hammocks or lounge chairs; one has a Jacuzzi, and a few have indoor-outdoor rain showers. 

Key features:

  • Air-Conditioning
  • Electronic in-room safe
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Large dining room
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Nespresso coffee maker

Even though there are no onsite restaurants, there’s Kiki-é Mo, conveniently positioned at the bottom of the hill and provides pick-up and delivery services to your accommodation.

Key features:

  • Catering
  • Nearby restaurants

The location is ideal; you can stroll to the beach and into town, but you may want to relax by the elegant waterfall pool. There is a pleasant mahogany massage room with a range of spa services, a well-equipped gym with a panoramic outlook, and a small conference room.

Key features:

  • Infinity swimming pool
  • Central location close to St. Jean Beach
  • Spa
  • Gym

Hôtel Baie des Anges

* Best budget-friendly option for a private getaway
Photo credits: Hôtel Baie des Anges
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $500/per night

This small, family-owned establishment offers a fantastic beachfront location at a reasonable price on the western edge of Flamands Bay.

With ten clean, spacious rooms, two of which are newly refurbished, modern two-bedroom beachfront suites, one with a Jacuzzi, everyone is treated like family at our informal hideaway.

Key features:

  • Satellite television
  • Air Conditioner
  • Kitchenette
  • Individual Safe
  • Lounge area

The restaurant La Langouste serves a diverse menu of French cuisine with a Creole flavor. Fresh-grilled lobster is a specialty of La Langouste.

Key features:

  • Restaurant

Le Spa at Le Barthélemy is a refuge for regeneration and holistic

The whole family gets exclusive access to a swimming pool with a waterfall, where you can relax and take in the sun.

Key features:

  • Outdoor pool
  • Free parking
  • Beach access
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Popular Activities in St. Barts

View from Saline Beach, St. Barths
View from Saline Beach, St. Barths
  • Relax on Saline Beach

Found on St. Barts’ southern shore, Saline Beach is one of the island’s most picturesque lengths of sand and sea.

  • Shop in Gustavia

Gustavia, the red-roofed capital of St. Barts, is a little seaport town with the most fabulous shopping on the island.

  • Visit St-Jean

Outside of Gustavia, the tiny hamlet in the island’s center is the most popular tourist destination, with beautiful restaurants, shopping plazas, and shops.

  • Anse du Gouverneur

Gouverneur Beach is a soft curve of fine white sand flanked by verdant hills on the island’s south side.

  • Grand Cul de Sac

Grand Cul de Sac’s tiny bay is perfect for water sports. Other popular activities in the lagoon include windsurfing, kayaking, jet-skiing, and stand-up paddleboarding.

Need to Know/FAQ

Climate

St Barths’ climate is arid tropical maritime, with trade winds from the northeast. Average coastal areas range from 72-86 degrees and 66-81 in inland areas.

Timezone

The time zone is Atlantic Standard Time GMT-4

Language

French is the official language. However, English is also widely spoken.

Currency

The official currency is the Euro (EUR).

Average Flight Time

New York/Newark 4.5 hours
Philadelphia 4.5 hours
Boston 4.5 hours
Chicago 5 hours
Miami 3 hours
Los Angeles 8.5 hours

Fun Fact

St. Barts has about 300 sunshine days a year on average.

When is the best time to visit St. Barts?

April through June is the ideal season to visit St. Barts. These three months are at a more cost-effective sweet spot, immediately after the exorbitant winter and before the storm-prone autumn. Temperatures are consistent throughout the year, hovering between the mid-70s and low 90s, though September, October, and November see significantly more rain.

Getting Around St. Barts - easy or not?

On St-Barth, there is no public transportation system. Taxis are expensive, so hiring a car is a good idea. When driving on the island, be sure you have a valid driver’s license. You may stroll around St. Barth’s Gustavia neighborhood, which has the majority of the island’s shopping and restaurants, but you’ll need a car to travel around the remainder of the island. You can book taxis or private drivers at your hotel, but they are also available online or at the ferry terminal.

How safe is St. Barts for tourists?

On this beautiful island, crime is nearly unheard of. Everyone greets strangers and acquaintances alike with a hearty ‘bonjour!’ St. Barths is almost crime-free and is regarded as one of the safest Caribbean locations. However, travelers should be aware of the possibilities of minor crime, though even pickpocketing is uncommon on the island.

Saint Barthélemy, a French-speaking island, has long been known by its shortened name and is the affluent and famous destination choice among many. It is simple to see why it is so well-liked among the wealthy. There are exquisite St Barts all-inclusive resorts with breathtaking views and white-sand beaches on this small and pristine island. So waste no more time and Allons-y!

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