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The lovely location cannot quite disguise what is a pretty average hotel. Expect the accommodation to be acceptable but not luxurious, the service to be laid back and friendly rather than especially efficient, and the isolated location to bring a pricing regime that reflects both...More
Part of a family of four - my 4th time and my parents 6th and yet it was the best holiday I've ever been on!
The Best Bits:
-the staff - having recently been to Antigua where we had problems with rude staff I was...More
We were after barefoot luxury and our Carribean travel specialist said this is the only hotel to look at. A friendly welcome and cocktail greeted us at the upper terrace bar- staff are particularly friendly despite a few letting the standard down.
Our room was...More
We only stayed one night, but what a great place. We loved the unique octagonal room, the bed with the mosquito net, the fantastic beach with grass huts and free snorkeling, scuba diving, and water taxi. The bathroom was great, the bed was comfy, the...More
We stayed here after spending 3 days at Ladera. At Ladera, there was no beach, but we had a spectacular view of the Pitons. Here we had excellent access to the beach. We enjoyed paddle boarding, snorkeling, and sun bathing. At the Manager's Welcome Reception...More
Response from Karolin T | Property representative |
Hi there- we look forward to welcoming you. US Dollars are best currency to take along. If you are a resident guests with us here at Anse Chastanet you have the option of charging sundries to your extras account and settle... More
Hi there- we look forward to welcoming you. US Dollars are best currency to take along. If you are a resident guests with us here at Anse Chastanet you have the option of charging sundries to your extras account and settle everything at the ending of your stay. See you soon.
Response from Richard T | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at a mountaintop Villa owned by Anse Chastanet Resort and it was $400/night for a minimum of 5 nights, and did not have an all inclusive option. We rented a 4 wheel drive car to provide our own transportation. We... More
We stayed at a mountaintop Villa owned by Anse Chastanet Resort and it was $400/night for a minimum of 5 nights, and did not have an all inclusive option. We rented a 4 wheel drive car to provide our own transportation. We did have access to the Resort's amenities because we were renting a Resort owned house. It is my understanding the Resort offers a limited food all inclusive, and, a beverage all inclusive, and a minimum 4 night stay, as well as shuttle service. Due to our drinking and eating habits, I would not opt for an all inclusive option that was above $150/person per day. I had checked with the 3 Sandals Resorts earlier in my search and their 4 night packages added $2,000 per couple for all inclusive food & beverages. This Resort is very well run and somewhat quieter because they limit ages of children and seem to discourage the raucous party crowds or spring breakers.