The Tradition category made Le Village famous in early years when father Charneau built them using the natural cross ventilation. Cozy with the charm of tradition St Barth flair, terra cotta floors and beautifully furnished with West Indian Mahogany wood.
They are located on the upper part of the hotel and have more spectacular views.
The Garden Cottage grants a partial view of the sea and nestled in lush vegetation with local frangipani or bougainvillea.
The Terrace Cottage offers a fantastic view over the St Jean Bay.
For more privacy you can also enjoy La Case, located in the highest point of the hotel with a full view on St Jean bay. La Case is a dainty, self-contained cottage in the style of a traditional St. Barth home (or case) with cedar-shingled roof and gingerbread trim. With its picket-fenced garden, patio Jacuzzi and secluded location on the uppermost terrace of the hotel it may be the island’s snuggest and cuddliest lovers’. Well appreciated by honeymooners, this chic Caribbean cottage can, as well, fit a family with a teenager.