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Reviewed 16 June 2014

Oh I have so much to say. Anse Chastenet is by far the Best Resort we have ever stayed at and we love tropical destinations and this Resort had it all~ We are an adventurous outdoor family with expensive taste for cuisine and being pampered and this exceeding our expectations!!!~ We lOur room was 9005 without a fourth wall which gave us breath taking views of the Pitons and the two bays~ the exoticness of the songs of the birds, frogs and the beauty of all the flowers enhanced our view!!!!~ Our room came with a full kitchen and the fridge was always stocked with beer, wine, fruit juices for our son and lovely platters of the island's fresh fruit~ It was hard to choose from the five different restaurants because the food was out of this world!!!~ We asked to see the chief to Thank him personally~ But we also came for the adventure~ Anse Chastenet has the best snorkeling on the Island no need to go anywhere else~ We kayaked to Anse's private beach and in my opinion ate the world best burgers~ We explore the nearby rain forrest by hiking or one can mountain biking and a guide to share his knowledge of the rain forest~ There is 150 different kinds of mangos!!!~ Almost all trees and plants have proprieties that the locals use~ If one was to get stranded on an island this would be the island!!!!~

Room tip: "Deluxe Hillside has the Most Amazing Views"
Date of stay: June 2014
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5  Thank moniqueschaffer76
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Reviewed 16 June 2014

A friend and I did a volunteer trip around different parts of the island then stayed at Anse Chastanet for a couple of days afterwards. We liked that it's not near the more hustling capital city of Castries. It's located near the laid-back fishing village of Soufriere if you want to take a water taxi to town - the 2 mile road is very bumpy and takes longer. You can also take a water taxi to the Saturday morning market in Soufriere or to the nearby Seafood Party held every Friday night. You can drink the tap water, but they also provided a large bottled water each day. Room had a fridge with complimentary fruit the first day which we ate for breakfast the next day. Great big bathroom with toiletries, good water pressure, and hot water. The best part was the private patio that had a hammock over section of sand, 2 chaise lounges, ceiling fan, couch, table, and 2 chairs. The A/C worked but the room wouldn't get as cold as my friend would like - I was fine with it. We loved the location because the marine reserve is right in front of the hotel so scuba diving was only a 2 minute boat ride away. The staff was superb - everyone on the island is so genuinely friendly. And the food was excellent. Be sure to get a beach room if you can - the hotel is on a big hill and some rooms require lots of steps to get to the beach. There is a restaurant on the beach as well as one higher for the "tree top" rooms.

Room tip: Be sure to get a beach room if you can - the hotel is on a big hill and some rooms require lots of steps to get to the beach. However, the hotel will shuttle you for free whenever you like. There are restaurants at both the beach and on the hillside by the "tree top" rooms.
Date of stay: June 2014
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3  Thank kemeg22
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Reviewed 15 June 2014

we had no idea, but this hotel is pretty much Techno-Free. there is a tiny guest area that people congregate every morning to check their email and surf. I really liked the staff and they were super nice - we even had arrangement for my 9 year's old birthday and they brought a cake and sang a song for her. It was a complete surprise to us that they brought a cake for her! and she was thrilled. the hotel is incredibly limited in food choices. we did visit every one of the restaurants but don't count on this island to be a epicurean trip. Overall, the drinks were cheap and in a couple of occasions downright awful - the mohitos were meh, the island drinks were nothing of the type of Rum you'd be boasting about, and even the fries sucked majorly. if you count the awful food throughout the island and the hotel out, all else was great. Bring your expectation down a notch and you'll be enjoying the beach that was lovely and full of colorful fish to see when you scuba dive or snorkel. The sister hotel to the Anse Chastanet did not allow children so we were not able to go and see it. our room was quiet and tucked away inside the trees which was pretty much a bungalow with cover. The staff was super nice and attentive. No pool so if the kiddies don't like sand... oh well, they have to deal with it.

Date of stay: July 2013
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1  Thank arcanax
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Reviewed 14 June 2014

We stayed at Anse Chastanet for a week of diving on the all inclusive package. It was fantastic. From the minute we arrived to the minute we left we were treated like royalty. The dive operation and operators were there for our every need. They made it so easy the diving was good the coral were so healthy lots of critters to see. The food was incredible lots of selections and very well presented. Everyone at the resort were so friendly and helpful I don't think I have ever encountered such a friendlier staff. Any problem was taken care of immediately. The views from the rooms were just spectacular and they cooled down at night to a very pleasant temp. Go all inclusive it is the only way to go!! So if you want great diving, great food, and friendly people this is the place to be!! Loved it and would go back in a flash.

Date of stay: June 2014
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2  Thank Ellan S
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Reviewed 13 June 2014

We stayed in one of the superior hillside rooms, a beautiful octagonal room - we were in 6B (Tamarind) which meant we woke up to a stunning view of the pitons every morning. The breakfast location is also lovely, in a treehouse, so the birds come to say hello! Food wise, we thoroughly enjoyed the gourmet dinner with wine pairings. It's quite pricey but great for a special treat. The excursions were fun and well organised from the hotel - we went on the zip lining and the whale watching trips. Sadly we didn't get chance to do the others we'd booked as my mum was taken ill at home and we had to fly back early - the staff at Anse Chastenet couldn't have been more helpful in liaising with the airport to get us home as quickly as possible. The hotel is in an amazing location on the hillside but, by its very nature, this means it is also well over a hundred steep steps up from the beach. In the humidity this was quite strenuous so I wouldn't recommend it for anyone with mobility problems. Light sleepers may also need to take earplugs - the hotel's 'back to nature' ethos means the tree frogs are very audible from sunset to sunrise! That's the only reason I've given an 'average' mark for sleep quality. The bed was very comfortable, we were just woken several times by the frogs!

Room tip: 6B (Tamarind) had a fantastic view of the pitons.
Date of stay: April 2014
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1  Thank NickyTap
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