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    St. Barths with Le Sereno and Leading Hotels of The World

    July 13, 2019

    I just came back from an incredible trip to St. Barths that has left me speechless. I try to not repeat many destinations but St. Barths is going to be breaking that rule. I actually think it is going to be an annual trip for me now.  It’s the perfect mix of luxury beach and chill beach but in the best way. 

    Le Sereno was incredible! The simple luxurious interior décor and design leaves the backdrop of the island, as the artwork and I don’t think I’d want it any other way. The sleek design with beautiful natural tones and great lines leaves you feeling relaxed in pure luxury. 

    They have 39 rooms with a handful of room categories but you really can’t go wrong. Even their basic rooms are anything but basic. All of them have cute seating areas out front with lounge furniture and foliage that fills the space nicely and separates the rooms. They work with a Brazilian 

    The pool is the center focus of the hotel with sleek lounge chairs and palm trees surrounding it. The attention to detail at Le Sereno is phenomenal – the stones surrounding the pool were specifically picked out to match the color of the sea when they get wet. It’s that detailed and it doesn’t go unnoticed. 



    They also have four gorgeous private villas. Each one has its one private pool that overlooks the sea. It’s one of those places you walk into and are just in awe of its beauty. They are two levels with a bedroom on the first floor and the second floor holding the living room, kitchen, outdoor space, pool and additional rooms. The living room and kitchen are an open floor plan that have floor to ceiling windows that overlook the patio and kitchen.



    We ate at the restaurant for breakfast every morning then had appetizers and dinner. I had scrambled eggs most mornings and I have to say I have no idea how the chef made such delicious eggs.  They tasted so fresh and delicious! They were also very accommodating of my dairy and gluten allergy – making sure to always bring me gf bread and note the soy in my morning coffee. My favorite item on their menu was their mini fish tacos! I think I ordered them every day they were that good. If you go, it’s a must have! 


    Day 1:

    Arrived to hotel after flying in with 

    It felt like a private jet experience

    Happy Hour at the hotel and dinner there. Out to Bagatelle 


    Day 2:

    Breakfast at the restaurant

    Catamaran cruise and snorkeling with sea turtles

    Lunch at Shellona (INCREDIBLE)

    Shopping at Gustavia 

    Back to hotel for pool and beach

    The beach was fabulous. Beach chairs and can walk VERY far out into the water

    We went standup paddle boarding and sea turtles came right up to us

    Dinner at L’Isoletta (pizza place)

    Le Ti bar for some fun after! They have a costume room that you can go in and everyone comes out in different costumes – see ours below!


    Day 3:

    Morning hike 

    Nikki Beach for lunch and beach party

    Dinner at the hotel




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