Hotel Le Toiny
At a Glance
Relais & Chateaux property
Small and private boutique hotel
Nestled on a remote and unspoiled hillside
All villa suites have private pools
Le Gaiac restaurant, one of the finest on St. Barths
The dining at Le Toiny is some of the best on the island, don't miss eating here at least once during your stay. The canapés in particular are world classHannah Dawson
Try the Sunday Brunch – a fantastic buffet selection that is famous on the islandElizabeth Bray
Hire a Twizzy car to whiz around the island and discover all of the beautiful beaches. These sweet little two seater cars with 3 wheels are great for a little adventure!Elizabeth Bray
Take an island tour with Helene Bernier, her family settled here from France in 1648 and she is the twelfth generation!Elizabeth Bray
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Hotel Le Toiny
Hotel Le Toiny nestles on a remote and unspoiled hillside on the south east coast of St Barths in an area of the island known as Côte Sauvage. This is a small and stylish Relais & Chateaux property with architecture influenced by the old plantation houses of the French West Indies.
Newly renovated, there are 15 stylish fully detached private bungalows in the heart of a 17 hectare palm grove bordered by Toiny beach. Each Bungalow with mahogany four-poster beds, private pools with glorious views down to the Caribbean Sea and beyond. Surrounded by a beautiful tropical landscape, La Villa boasts a Master Villa and two luxury bungalows. The Master Villa's spacious interior, with vaulted ceiling, hardwood floors and French Colonial inspired decor, includes a large living room, a kitchenette and a black marble bathroom with Jacuzzi tub.
The Le Toiny Restaurant, overlooking the main pool and the Caribbean Sea, serves up a menu of delicious fresh seafood, influenced by a range of dishes and flavors from around the world. Ingredients are sourced locally where possible, so expect red snapper, mahi-mahi and shrimp, all freshly grilled on the outdoor barbecue. There is also a brand new open-air bar, offering delectable champagne and cocktails in a cosy and relaxed setting, perfect for a pre-dinner aperitif.
Hotel Le Toiny also has a partnership with ‘Ligne St Barth’ allowing guests to enjoy a range of beauty treatments in the intimacy of their Villa Suite or in the ‘Serenity Spa Cottage’. The beach at Anse Le Toiny is a 10-minute stroll down the hill and there are plenty of water sports on offer. Boat excursions around the island and hiking trips can also be arranged by the hotel.
All suites and villas at Le Toiny are set on the hills provide the most incredible and breathtaking views of the Caribbean sea and each has its own entrance, parking, private terrace and gardens as well as a private heated pool. The hotel features one junior suite with pool and 13 one-bedroom villa suites with pool.
|Junior Suite with Pool||
The junior suite (67m² interior and 150m² total surface) is completely secluded and offers an ideal balance of privacy and luxury. Decorated in a more contemporary style, this expansive room has three large glass-panelled doors that open to the outdoor patio and provide partial views to the Caribbean Sea and the bay of Toiny.
Hotel Le Toiny's in-room amenities include: air conditioning,
iPod docking station with iPod including a wide selection of albums and artists, 40" plasma screen television, WiFi, kitchen area (kettle, refrigerator, ice machine & microwave),
Mini Bar with a cocktail station,
Nespresso coffee machine, international daily newspapers, discreet bedside LED reading lights, individual snorkeling equipment,
In room safe,
Bamford toiletries and hammock.
|One-bedroom Villa Suite with Pool||
The one-bedroom villa suites (73m² interior and 165m² total surface) are completely secluded, offering an ideal balance of spaciousness, luxury and privacy. Decorated in a French colonial style, the two rooms are separated by sliding partitions and feature three large glass panelled doors which open to the terrace and private pool area and offering expansive views of the Caribbean Sea.
Hotel Le Toiny's in-room amenities include: air conditioning, iPod docking station with iPod including a wide selection of albums and artists, 40" plasma screen television, WiFi, kitchen area (kettle, refrigerator, ice machine & microwave), Mini Bar with a cocktail station, Nespresso coffee machine, international daily newspapers, discreet bedside LED reading lights, individual snorkeling equipment, In room safe, Bamford toiletries and hammock.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Hotel Le Toiny. However, there are no specific facilities available for children at the hotel except for babysitting which can be arranged upon request.
Facilities at the hotel include a restaurant, a bar, a swimming pool, Serenity Spa Cottage and fitness room.
In your suites you can request to have either treadmills, steppers, stationary or elliptical bikes for your complimentary use. Use of the neighboring tennis courts is also complimentary and masks, snorkels and beach chairs will be put in your suite. Activities at an additional charge include spa treatments in the intimacy of your suite and land and sea excursions.
Location & Directions
Located on the South Esatern Coast of the island, a 20 minutes car ride from the main town and shopping areas. Situated in the area of the island referred to as Côte Sauvage.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.