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Start with a sundowner and remain for dinner.
Mar 12th, 2020
I decided I'll go see if they still do the Fashion show along the pool and have a drink. Well the Fashion show was finished and it is now at the Taiwana side, which I do not like, so I had my drink at the other main pool, very kind young staff, had a look at the menu, a bit restrained, I miss their Foie gras, but I found something other tempting: Black truffle with Spinach, and when asked if they had gluten free bread they baked me some and having no sweet tooth, I asked for some cheese, as it was not on the menu, which they also organized, and the Sommelier, a young lady even found me a perfect glass of red with it, so I really do not need to go Gustavia, when the Cheval Blanc has it all! I would really recommend, after Irma well open again ! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
A favorite in St Barths
Mar 8th, 2020
Having been to St Barths many times before, this was my first revisit after the Irma renovations, and I must say that I was positively surprised by the “updated” iconic Cheval Blanc, which before the renovation, was clearly one of the best resorts in the West Indies. And I must say, Cheval Blanc today is even better. The Beach Suite was very roomy, with an infinity plunge pool on the spacious veranda overlooking the beach. Service was, as before, first rate, the butler that came with the suit was very helpful, and the restaurants and bars were excellent as well. I also think that the location of Cheval Blanc, on the Flamand Beach, is truly stunning, and only 5 minutes from Gustavia with the Moke. Overall, Cheval Blanc is one of my favorite resorts in the tropics. So are there any real drawbacks of Cheval Blanc: well.... the +5000 EUR/night price tag with 7 days minimum stay, I think most travelers would consider pretty steep. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
best hotel on St Barts , great beach , forget Eden Rock
Mar 5th, 2020
loved it elegant & deluxe , beachfront with tennis ,chic international crowd Totally redone since hurricane and merger with Taiwana Tuesday fashion show always fun Be prepared for a significant BILL but it will be a close comp to renting a good villa ! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Isle de Class
Feb 17th, 2020
It was our first visit to St. Barths and not to mess around I thought we’d start at the top and stay in the stunning Cheval Blanc. I selected a beach front room with a plunge pool and was not disappointed. Amazing view, mainly as we had a first floor beach front room with a shared staircases leading directly onto the silky sand. So very glad we did not have a ground floor beach front room as the (many many) beach beds were very close which made it less private. Also a very restricted view of the sea due to foliage. Our room 46 was next to the beach restaurant, so could be a tad noisy at night. Unfortunately at the moment a large cliff edge property is being renovated next door. On occasion, LOUD continuous thumping sounds became highly irritating whilst relaxing on the beach. This neighboring property’s renovation (as of January 2020) was in it’s complete gutted state with no building so one would assume the project may take at least a year to complete. Not the best start to our 9 night stay when you are paying 5,000 Euros a night!!! That aside, Simply amazing hotel staff. Full stop. Complete professionals. Always smiling and ready to help. The concierge helped us plan every day which included a jet ski ride around the whole island, a speed boat trip with a picnic and bookings at many restaurants. I would recommend you hire a convertible Mini Cooper as it really is great fun driving around the islands roller coaster style roads. The hotel itself was quite contained and easy to walk around. We booked early morning yoga in the garden area. Am guessing the rooms back there would be more susceptible to mosquitos as we were bitten quite a few times during our lovely yoga sessions. The spa is tiny but perfect. Our treatments were super. Our room was quite large. Ample space for everything. Beautifully decorated with many towels and gorgeous amenities. Quality his and hers beach bags and flip flops. The two restaurants were all you needed. La Case for your dress up evenings delighted us although never seemed busy. Try the avocado salad starter. Delicious. The beach restaurant is very casual and always busy at lunchtime. We ate breakfast there too. A really wonderful spread of healthy options on the small buffet along with the usual French bread, cheese and meats. Loved the granola and it’s huge array of accompaniments. There are two small swimming pools set just off the beach which we didn’t use as we had our own plunge pool. However our plunge pool was highly and perhaps over chlorinated which ruined a couple of my bikini’s. Skinny dipping would be best. All in all, we loved our first visit to St. Barths. Definitely will return to Cheval Blanc (perhaps with more friends as it is a great party island) but I would wait until the house next door is complete. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Better and Better
Feb 15th, 2020
We returned to the Cheval Blanc Isle de France once again at the same time: the first week of February. We were looking forward to seeing how Cheval Blanc had integrated the adjacent Taiwana property which it had purchased one year earlier. To our great pleasure, Cheval Blanc in one year had not only integrated the Taiwana property into the Isle de France but made the whole look like it had been there from the beginning. Aside from the paths and luxurious landscaping now ensconcing the entire property, there is a new breakfast and lunch place with the same name La Cabane. It is especially nice to dine at lunch in the sand at La Cabane immediately adjacent to the Anse des Flamands beach and have wonderful food and wine, particularly rosé wine. Again we had a garden bungalow but this one came with a large hot tub. The bungalow itself was large and beautiful and, when we arrived for our repeat visit, there was a bottle of rosé champagne. Because the Anse des Flamands beach is away from the tourist crowds and it is a long beach, it is a delight to sit, swim and walk on it and there is no problem finding a lounge in the most comfortable spot. Finally, the people at the Isle de France are true ambassadors as they call themselves and they cheerfully fulfill any and all requests. It is a home away from home which is why I guess Cheval Blanc calls it a Maison. David P. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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