10 Photos That Prove Jade Mountain is the Most Incredible Place You'll Ever Stay

Jade Mountain is a boutique resort on Saint Lucia, just begging to be Instagrammed.

Each guestroom, referred to by the staff as a "Sanctuary," offers views of the Pitons—the island's iconic twin mountains, designated with UNESCO World Heritage Site status. 

A butler is assigned to your room, and you are given a mobile phone to reach him with any request, whether that's unpacking your suitcase or arranging a dinner for two on the beach.  

En-suite infinity pools use one-of-a-kind iridescent tiles. The mold for these tiles has been destroyed so that only you can admire its beauty. There's something poetic about that.

Jade Mountain, designed by master architect Nick Troubetzkoy, is part of a 600 acre beachfront resort. It's also all-inclusive. Score!


The fourth wall of each room is completely absent and open to the elements. You wake up with the sunrise. You nap when it starts to drizzle. 

You might mistake Jade Mountain's manicured grounds for Gaudi's Park Guell in Barcelona.


The resort's private beach leads you to the ruins of a former cocoa plantation.

This is your view at dinner.

Even the restaurant has an infinity pool. 

No shirt. No shoes. No problem.

Photos courtesy of Jade Mountain.