3200 acres of unspoiled nature make up the private Laucala Island Resort. The island has 25 villas, some overwater, and some on the hilltop, carved into the volcanic cliffs. Tennis, yoga and fishing are available on the island, in addition to a stable full of trained horses & quad-bikes that you can use to explore the island. There is also a private 18 hole golf course.
The island’s restaurants use produce grown on the island itself.
Plenty of people will tell you that the only way to do St. Barth is to rent a private villa—and a couple top-notch agencies handle some gorgeous properties. But for people holidaying a deux, or for those of us who simply like hotel comforts, services and social life, the island has an impressive array of options. Read more >