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Jade Mountain | A St. Lucia sensation

Jade Mountain St Lucia
Time to travel to St. Lucia and soak in the view of The Pitons from your room at Jade Mountain. An exquisite property that integrates effortlessly with nature and is a hopeless romantic’s dream. Expect grand sweeping spaces, extravagant private infinity pools and extraordinary platforms floating into nature…

Architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy has expanded upon his philosophy of building in harmony with Caribbean nature in his creation of Jade Mountain, St. Lucia. The bold architectural design, individual bridges leading to exceptional infinity pool sanctuaries and rugged stone-faced columns reaching towards the sky, make Jade Mountain St. Lucia one of the Caribbean’s most mesmerising resort experiences.
Jade Mountain St Lucia bridges
With the fourth wall entirely absent, Jade Mountain’s sanctuaries are stage-like settings from which to embrace the full glory of St. Lucia’s Pitons, a World Heritage Site, and of course, the eternal scapes of the Caribbean Sea.

The Jade Mountain Club combines superb dining with spectacular views. Seasonal menus devised by award-winning chef Allen Susser showcase modern fusion cuisine infused with bold Caribbean flavours. Settle into the evening beside the infinity pool that reflects the changing colours of the sky while the acoustic musicians add to the all-around relaxing ambience.

As a Love Brand partner, we dive deep into the ethos and day-to-day life at this incredible resort with Executive Director Karolin Troubetzkoy, the wife of architect Nick Troubetzkoy…
Jade Mountain St Lucia

Tell us about the paradise that is Jade Mountain, St. Lucia and its ethos.

Jade Mountain is a cornucopia of organic architecture celebrating St Lucia’s stunning scenic beauty. The 29 luxury suites are called sanctuaries, sweeping spaces where bedroom, living area and an extravagant private infinity pool glide into one another to form extraordinary platforms floating out into nature.

What sets it apart and why do people fall in love with the hotel?

There are so many reasons why the hotel is unique and why people fall in love with it. It starts with the magnificent landscape and scenery of our famous Piton Mountains. Then there is the outstanding service provided by our 500+ team members, amazing culinary experiences, together with chocolate-making classes and now even micro beer tastings. Last, but not least, the unique architectural design with the open wall to the view and en-suite extravagant private infinity pool.

Like Love Brand, Jade Mountain was created with a deep connection to the environment in mind, how does this manifest itself?

When my husband Nick designed and created Jade Mountain, there was of course first of all the intent to only tread lightly on our vulnerable earth and keep the footprint very small.
Jade Mountain St Lucia

The appreciation of nature is core to both brands, what does it mean to you and why is it so important?

Building in harmony with nature, and celebrating and respecting nature are at the core of everything we do.

Having a brand with a greater purpose is so important now, why do you believe that luxury should have a greater responsibility?

We think that any brand and every individual on earth should have a responsibility towards ensuring the future of our planet.

Tell us about the secret to running a successful hotel.

Attention to detail and a hands-on approach and above all, nurturing the amazing talent of our team members.
Jade Mountain St Lucia

What is your definition of sustainable travel and being environmentally aware?

We need to understand sustainable travel both from the eyes of the travellers and the tour operator – it started with goals to operate in a greener fashion and support and promote the local cultures' economies. In recent years we understand the importance of mitigating the effects of climate change in every way possible and reducing food waste and plastic usage. From the traveller’s perspective, there certainly is a much more knowledgeable future guest out there who critically assesses the destination and chosen resort to ensure that they are following sustainable principles.

What do you see as the future of travel?

The new buzzword is 'regenerative travel' which goes beyond the protection of the environment but also seeks to repair and replenish any damage that may have been done to the environment and surrounding communities. This also entails creating a new generation of even more responsible tourism operators and travellers, to protect the planet and people.

What do you see as positive outcomes of this difficult period for travel?

A heightened awareness that it cannot be business as usual, an understanding that it will never be business as usual again and a deeper sense of what needs to be done to create a responsible tourism environment allowing for a more inclusive approach and prosperity coming from touristic activity.

Hidden secret about the hotel or something not many know about?

Our farm Emerald is an amazing place to visit. There is so much going on, from our cocoa production to a healing herbs garden and microbrewery…

To travel is to…..

….to live. This is part of a Hans Christian Andersen quote which I love: "To move, to breathe, to fly, to float, to gain all while you give, to roam the roads of lands remote, to travel is to live."

All images courtesy of Jade Mountain