Hotel Le Toiny
St Barths, Caribbean
based on 7 nights inc. flights
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per person for 7 nights, based on 2 people sharing a Junior Suite with Private Pool on a Bed and Breakfast basis, including return flights from Antigua to St Barths and private road transfers.
At a Glance
Relais & Chateaux property
Small and private boutique hotel
Nestled on a remote and unspoilt hillside
All villa suites have private pools
Le Gaiac restaurant, one of the finest on St. Barths
Best time to Visit
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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.
Hotel Le Toiny, on the Côte Sauvage, is a very private hotel with stylish décor and excellent cuisine and service. Set on a gentle slope overlooking the bay of Toiny and the Caribbean Sea, exclusivity and privacy are what bring guests here.
Hotel Le Toiny nestles on a remote and unspoilt 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. The property has recently been renovated with another 8 one bedroom suites being the latest addition.
There are 22 stylish fully detached private suites in the heart of a 17 hectare palm grove bordered by Toiny beach. Each Suite has a terrace with private pool with glorious views down to the Caribbean Sea and beyond. Surrounded by a beautiful tropical landscape, the accommodation options include one bedroom suites either on one level or duplex and a two bedroom suite.The décor of the suites has a chic beach theme with bleached wood floors and stylish, unfussy interiors that make the most of the picturesque views.
The Toiny Beach Club has sunbeds in the sand and offers water sports, a heated pool and the beach restaurant where you can enjoy lunch with your feet in the sand. The secluded beach is accessible by private shuttle from the hotel.
The Le Toiny Restaurant, overlooks the main pool and the Caribbean Sea and offers refined cuisine with European inspiration, featuring delicious fresh ingredients, sourced locally where possible, so expect mahi-mahi, lobster ravioli or octopus as well as a wine-pairing menu. There is also an open-air bar, offering delectable champagne and oysters as well as cocktails in a cosy and relaxed setting overlooking the infinity pool, perfect for a pre-dinner aperitif.
The ‘Serenity Spa Cottage’ is located on the beach at Anse Le Toiny and is a 10-minute stroll down the hill and where there also 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 21 one-bedroom suites with pool and one two bedroom suite with large pool. Each room also includes Bamford amenities, Sonos surround sound, a Nespresso machine and a 40-inch TV.
The Junior Suites offer complete seclusion and have a living area in the bedroom and large bay windows to showcase the incredible views. Each Junior Suite features an expansive terrace with private pool (10x20ft), a state of the art kitchenette and a spacious bathroom with bathtub, open shower and dual vanity units. Also benefits from a private parking spot for one car.
Secluded suites with the living and bedroom areas separated by sliding partitions and large bay windows showcasing the stunning views. Features a kitchenette and spacious bathroom with bathtub, open shower and dual vanity units. Also benefits from an expansive terrace with private pool (10x20ft). Private parking available for one car.
A single storey suite with private terraces leading out from both the lounge and bedroom to its own private heated pool (10x18ft) and spectacular views. The bathroom has the bath conveniently placed to make the most of the sea views. Private parking spaces for two cars.
|Duplex Spirit Suite||
Set over two levels this Spirit Suite has a large terrace leading off the lounge to a private heated pool (10x18ft) on the ground floor and a large balcony leading off the bedroom on the first floor, both with stunning views over the bay. The stand alone bath is also conveniently placed to make the most of the views. Private parking spaces for two cars.
|La Villa - Two Bedroom Suite||
La Villa offers two units around the large terrace and private pool (10x21ft). One unit houses the lounge and dining room with kitchenette on the ground floor with the bedroom and bathroom are on the first floor with a large balcony. The second unit comprises the additional bedroom with bathroom and balcony. Private parking is available for two cars.
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.
The hotel offers water sports and can also organise other activities such as diving / snorkelling, deep sea fishing, tennis and hiking. Sightseeing tours, land and sea excursions are also available.
Elizabeth Bray (Staff)
At Le Toiny, I will never forget the superb breakfast I had on my terrace. With a beautiful view of my pool and the sea, I sipped excellent coffee and read the English newspaper that had been delivered to me whilst trying the beautiful handmade jams and honeys that looked just like they had been made and preserved in Provence! How difficult to decide whether to choose pineapple vanilla, banana suzette, red berries and honey or salted butter caramel to accompany the homemade, warm, melt-in-the-mouth croissants. The rooms at Le Toiny are so chic and designed in lovely pastel colours all complimenting one another. They have literally thought of everything in the spacious bedroom as well as having lovely bathrooms with white tiled floors and walls and even a separate shower and Jacuzzi bath, often not found in many hotels in St Barths. The food at Le Toiny was probably some of my favourite in a hotel in St Barths.
Should you like to we can always organise a tour of the island for you with local guide Helene Bernier, her family settled here from France in 1648 and she is the twelfth generation. She literally knows everything about the island and can take you all over, seeing all of the sites and the 22 beautiful beaches. My favourites were Gouverneur, Saline and the beaches of the hotels Eden Rock and Isle De France. Should you enjoy a boat trip in the beautiful turquoise seas and snorkelling we can organise a superb boat trip with Blue Escape to Colombier Beach where I saw many turtles, barracudas, skinny trumpet fish and colourful parrot fish hiding amongst the rocks!
Lydia Achard (Staff)
Le Toiny is arguably the most exclusive all-villa hotel in St Barths tucked away on a remote hillside on the south east coast of the island. What most appealed to me are the views here, which are a constant companion whether you are dining at Le Gaiac, the hotel's Relais & Chateaux restaurant or lounging beside the pool in your private villa. Each one of the 15 villas has been uniquely styled, with features such as large claw foot bath tubs, mahogany four-poster beds, private heated infinity pool terraces and luxurious furnishings. The villas also feature state-of-the-art Bang and Olufsen equipment, mood lighting and small kitchens crammed full of goodies. There is a small spa but most favoured are in-villa Ayurvedic and Asian therapy treatments. The restaurant is located poolside and considered one of the best on the island, no small claim on St Barths known for its fine upscale dining. You can expect creatively presented fine French cuisine and excellent wines delivered by professional and attentive staff. Dining here has its price and you may prefer to savour this moment for a special occasion, after all you are not too far from other fabulous eateries. Be careful not to fill yourself up on the mouth-watering array of canaps pre-dinner - one of the many advantages to being in a French territory. Nothing is too much trouble here and you can even skip the checkout desk and settle your bill in the chauffeured car en-route to the airport.
Location & directions
St Barths, Caribbean
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.
How to get there
Connections to island can be from Porto Rico which is less than an hour's flight, St Marteen is approximately a 10 minute flight or Antigua is around 35 minutes for a connecting flights. There is also a 45-90 minute ferryboat ride from St Marteeen. Transfers from St Barths airport to the hotel take 15 minutes.
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