Private Jet travelers are greeted to a Bienvenue (welcome)
to the French-speaking Caribbean island of St. Barts, located closest to Anguilla and part of the French West Indies. The island is known for an exclusive mix of visitors, and no wonder given the luxurious properties and parties it hosts. To decipher through all the vacation and celebration, we bring you our picks for where to stay, where to go, shop, and party, all after you land from your luxurious private flight of course.
Most Luxurious Hotel Suite
The Eden Rock St. Barts is one of the hottest hotels on the island and if you’re going to stay in luxury, take it all the way. Eden Rock’s Villa Rockstar is a self-proclaimed “hundred million dollar yacht on land”. But we don’t see a price tag on it; rather, we see the ultimate private experience on one of the most beautiful and wealthiest Caribbean islands.
This villa provides an experience true to its name. Party like a rockstar with a 24 hour butler at your service. And record like one too…
Hardest to Get Table
Nikki Beach on Sundays. Any day of the week is a beach day on this Caribbean island but for the hardest to get table – which is of course the one you want – Sunday is the day. It’s a weekly see-and-be-seen spot on the beach, with lavish cabanas and a different event every week. Themes include Mexican fiestas, sugary sweets, and the wild wild west. The parties are so hot that locals even try to make their way in.
Exclusive Experience Money CAN Buy
While you’re staying at Villa Rockstar, you can record your own song at Rockstar Studio, exclusive to the villa’s guests. Rock out in the villa’s private fully-equipped professional studio.
If you happen to be in town to ring in the new year, try your way onto the yacht C2 (“c two”) of one US billionaire and Revlon owner Ron Perelman. Perelman’s yacht is known to sail around the likes of celebrities and moguls of all sorts. His New Year’s Eve party is also known to be the best spot in town to countdown, cheers and kiss at midnight.
Shop here: Only in St. Barts
Les Bijoux de la Mer is a local family that brings pearls from Tahiti and they do their on créations on the island they are unique and If unique is not enough, you can tell them what you want and they’ll make your and they Will create them for you. Any and all guests who have shopped Les Bijoux de la Mer rave about it. And you will too.
Hottest Local Spot
LeTi St-Barth is a little bit of everything: restaurant, bar, boutique. The Tavern Ti Bar known as The Pirate’s Den is more a club than anything, featuring bottle service, international DJs and a house DJ who has been in residence since the venue opened 20 years ago! Get ready to party…and see a few pirate’s hats. Expect Seductive costumes, sparklers, and lots of dancing.
Carole G. Boutique – named after owner Carole Gruson – is a concept store open nightly until 1am. Shop clothing that could double as costumes for the dance floor, headpieces and jewelry. If a fan of beads, fringe and feathers, expect to walk out with shopping bags full.
Oh yea, and the food is amazing too. Indulge in aged Angus and the famous strawberry cake. Ti is an “it” spot on the island and a must when in St. Barts.