Caribbean

Jade Mountain: Saint Lucia

written by | Posted on August 1st, 2011

Clients also have their choice of spas. Jade Mountain’s Kai en Ciel spa has a rustic, treehouse feel, comprising just one treatment room for two with its own in-suite bathroom with shower. One treatment room is all that’s really necessary here, because most treatments can take place in clients’ suites to take advantage of the gentle breezes and relaxing sounds of birds and rustling palms. In fact, some treatments must be done in the rooms themselves in order to use the in-room jacuzzi tubs. The Alchemy of Two, for example, is a “romantic ritual for couples” that offers scented oils, rose petals, champagne, chocolates and more, all for use in and around the tub.

at your service The rooms: gorgeous. The amenities: high luxury. But the most underrated part of Jade Mountain is the service your clients receive while there. They’ll be greeted with a warm, genuine welcome upon their arrival, and that feeling of belonging and helpfulness lasts the duration of their stay. It’s most evident in the service they’ll receive from their major-domos, two personal butlers assigned to every Jade Mountain guest. They’re available all day long, thanks to the cellphones clients are given upon their arrival. And they’re the only call your clients need to make for just about anything: dinner reservations, spa appointments, watersports trips and off-site tours.

And that’s just the beginning. This is, after all, a place designed to satisfy just about any vacation fantasy, and with the help of the resort staff, nearly any request can be made a reality. If clients need inspiration, they can simply peruse the large book of options in their rooms to find romantic dinners for two on the beach in a variety of settings; private helicopter tours of the island; individual chartered boat trips to the nearby Grenadines, and more. With so many options and a staff for whom the word “no” may as well be in a foreign language, clients here really can feel as if the whole world (or at least the resort) is at their beck and call.

Rates start at $950 per room per night.