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Planning Your Caribbean Vacation to Breathtaking Jade Mountain

Want to truly get away from it all? Interested in leaving your woes behind, unplugging from the grid and truly setting yourself free? Trying to plan a Caribbean vacation that you’re never going to forget? You’d be hard-pressed to find a better place for it than Jade Mountain, one of the most luxurious and exclusive resort destinations in the Carribean.

Infinity Pool, Jade Mountain

Nestled into the mountains of St. Lucia, Jade Mountain is actually a part of the Anse Chastanet resort – but when you’re staying there, you’d hardly know it. The resort is made up of a series of sanctuaries, each one individually designed to flow into the surrounding environment by master architect and owner Nick Troubetzkoy.

The first thing you’ll notice is the view, made even more magnificent by the lack of a fourth wall. Instead, each sanctuary is bordered by an infinity pool that seems to stretch out and touch the horizon, encompassing land and sea. And to make the connection between the guests and the island complete, each sanctuary is left deliberately unplugged from the rest of the world. That’s right – no TV, no phones, no anything. Just you and your own little slice of heavenly St. Lucia.

Of course, Jade Mountain is hardly without amenities. A wide range of spa services are available through the resort, and guests are also welcomed to take advantage of all the amenities of the Anse Chastanet resort, such as restaurants, bars, art galleries and two exclusive sandy beaches. Jade Mountain truly takes beauty and luxury to new heights – it was even ranked as the number one honeymoon resort in the Carribean by Brides Magazine.

 

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