Le Sereno

    Le Sereno, a resort of 37 suites and villas on St. Bart’s Grand Cul-de-Sac cove, is the lodging equivalent of the local dress code: just enough and no more. Ceiling fans stir the gauze bed canopies in the suites’ cool interiors, while private sundecks beckon beyond glass doors. A beach arcs across the cove, where kite surfers speed over turquoise waters. Accommodations Thirty-seven suites and villas in a property designed by Parisian Christian Liagre. Recreation Kick back under the shade of one of the many palm trees lining Le Sereno’s 600 feet of beach. Dining The Restaurant des Pecheurs serves fresh seafood dishes in a beachfront setting, while Le Sereno Bar and Lounge serves refreshing cocktails to the cosmopolitan clientele. Worthy Diversion Shop Cartier, Hermès, and Dior in the capital city of Gustavia. Rates The Suite Terrasse ranges from $480 to $980, while the Villa du Pecheur ranges from $1,780 to $2,880, depending on the time of year.

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