With a total of 49 guest rooms, including 37 on the hillside and 12 on the beachfront, the Anse Chastanet is a moderately sized resort. You will find, though, that the further up the hill you go, the more difficult the access becomes, but the more spectacular the views. The rooms on the beachfront have no particular views to speak of, as they are sheltered from prying eyes by a wall of vegetation.
Just like the rest of the hotel, the guest rooms provide colourful Caribbean-inspired surroundings and a high level of comfort, including bathrobes, a hair-dryer, a selection of hospitality products, and a minibar with tea and coffee-making facilities, among other things. All of the rooms come with either a terrace or a large balcony, but you won't find a television or a telephone, and Wi-Fi access is only available on request, as this is a 'techno-free' establishment.
Unfortunately, however, the standard and superior guest rooms do not reflect the spirit of the Anse Chastanet: instead of having open walls to benefit from the surroundings, they are entirely closed in. On this occasion, we would strongly recommend you go for a Hillside Deluxe or even Premium Deluxe if you do decide to stay here. With all-wood furnishings, and sometimes built around a tree, these rooms are entirely open to the light, sounds, and smells of the surrounding landscape, and with the sea and the Pitons of St. Lucia stretching out before you when you wake, they really offer a completely different holiday.