by: Fallon Hirschhorn
To escape the grind of the city.
Because I couldn't get enough of this view (I'm sure you can't either).
The beach huts.
It's hard to believe the water is this color.
Red accents and cool architectural elements make for an eye-catching reception area.
Saturn was our room. When you arrive at the hotel, the beach team puts a rock with your room name on your preferred lounge chairs, which are yours throughout your stay.
The view from breakfast.
I needed a running start to get up onto this bed.
The iconic rock of the hotel that houses that Jean Georges 'On The Rocks' restaurant...don't miss it for a mid-blowing gastronomic experience.
Stairway to heaven.
Bienvenue a Eden Rock!
Highs + Lows
The staff always had smiles on their faces. They were extremely attentive without being overbearing. It seemed like they were having fun on the job.
On the Rocks Restaurant. It was a meal I will never forget in the most romantic setting! I felt like I was on ‘The Bachelor’…plus, the food & beverage director came over to our table and chatted with us, which I think is true hospitality!
Their in-bathroom products! They had avocado oil in the room, which I had never tried. I put it all over my body & hair everyday and now I’m converted!
There’s an Eden Rock platform in the middle of the ocean that you can swim to. It was so fun swimming out there and jumping off…you feel like a little kid.
Lounge chairs that are personally your throughout your stay take away the need to get situated every morning.
No hotel pool but some of the suites do have their own.
- Life Changing
- Environmental Consciousness
- Overall Value
- Night's Sleep
- Stealable Stuff
- Refer a Friend
A legendary, luxury hotel.
Laid-back luxury with a French twist.
St. Jean, near the airport. The planes nearly skim the water your swimming in as they land!
Minimalist, upbeat sounds.
- Year Opened
- Designed By
The Matthews Family
No and yes, a newly renovated one with a strong wellness program.
Yes! Sandbar and On the Rocks are 2 of the best restaurants on the island. Both have Jean Georges at the helm.
Yes! A small indoor bar but you can also order cocktails with your feet in the sand at the lounge chairs that they turn into couches at night.
The basics other than some nice bottles of Dom Perignon.
Yes and it’s complimentary!
Very pricey…you are paying for access to one of the most exclusive islands in the world.
In the Area
Baie de Saint Jean
La Guerite in nearby Gustavia For some fresh Greek cuisine
La Guérite - St Barth, Gustavia
Their simply cooked octopus with lemon, olive oil & mint was one of the best dishes we had on the trip.
Grab some towels from the hotel and head over to one of the island’s most gorgeous, untouched beaches.
Hotel Location: Baie de Saint Jean, Saint Barthélemy 97133, Saint-Barthélemy