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Le Sereno

Grand Cul de Sac, 97133
| +590 590 29 83 00
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Le Sereno

Following renovations made necessary by Hurricane Irma, Le Sereno plans to reopen on December 1, 2018 with completely redesigned rooms as well as a new restaurant, beach lounge, retail store, spa, and fitness facility.

Le Sereno is an intimate beachfront hotel set on a long stretch of palm-shaded sandy beach. Most of the rooms here are suites and villas overlooking the stunning Grand Cul-de-Sac lagoon and offering spectacular panoramic ocean views. St. Barths attracts a very affluent and cosmopolitan demographic. In the winter high season, some of the richest people in the world visit on their yachts and dock in Gustavia, yet the island, like the resort, has a barefoot luxury vibe. The interiors of the rooms feature all-natural materials—even the bathroom and shower stalls are made of tropical wood, the sinks of volcanic stone. The decoration embodies the style of designer Christian Liaigre: simple, with rich natural materials and attention to detail. Liaigre made sure the rooms capitalize on the bright turquoise lagoon, the ocean, and the nature outside.

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over 4 years ago

Make Time for Nightswimming

Nightswimming in the Caribbean is one of the most remarkable experiences any of us are bound to have, and the sort of memory that has the power to linger long after we've gone back home. Nightswimming at the fabulous Le Sereno Hotel takes the experience to another level entirely. With just 36 beachfront suites and three villas, there's a good chance you'll have the pool all to yourself before Happy Hour comes calling. And if someone does cramp your style, you can zip down to the beach at Grand Cul de Sac and claim the ocean as your own. Le Sereno is all about "laid-back luxury," and epitomizes exactly what a Caribbean retreat is all about.
AFAR Ambassador
over 4 years ago

For Fine Dining

Restaurant Le Sereno's roots run to Miami's James Beard–winning Juvia and St Barth's own Bonito, and, much like the hotel proper, exemplifies sophisticated simplicity both in presentation and execution. Fine French cuisine is influenced by Asian traditions and Caribbean ingredients and fused by the talent of executive chef Laurent Cantineaux. Guests and visitors can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner by the sea at Le Sereno.
over 4 years ago

Kitesurfing on the Grand Cul de Sac

I was enjoying a delicious fresh caught lunch at Le Sereno's Restaurant des Pêcheurs when we caught site of kite surfers enjoying the wind gusts off the Grand Cul de Sac. Apparently it is a renown kitesurfing destination for the island, while the hotel is a renown vacation destination for fashionable city dwellers.