St. Barthelemy Vacation Packages

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Top Hotels in St. Barthelemy

Le Sereno
Le Sereno
5 out of 5
Grand Cul de Sac BP 19, St. Barthelemy
4.7/5Exceptional! (30 reviews)
Le Sereno, five stars and more!

"Our recent stay at Le Sereno was no short of serene perfection! The staff and service at this unbelievably beautiful location are truly what makes this hotel shine all 5 stars. We were beyond impressed with the sincerity, kindness, and attention to detail that the staff provided at all times. They ..."…"

Reviewed on Mar. 1, 2020

Le Sereno
Hotel Villa Lodge 4 épices
Hotel Villa Lodge 4 épices
Lagon de Grand-Cul-de Sac, St. Barthelemy
4.7/5Exceptional! (65 reviews)

"I love it here! I will only stay here and will keep coming back! It was a pleasure to meet the dad!!!"…"

Reviewed on Mar. 10, 2020

Hotel Villa Lodge 4 épices
Pearl Beach Hotel
Pearl Beach Hotel
Plage De St. Jean BP1058, St. Barthelemy, French West Indies
The price is CA $532 per night from Oct 29 to Oct 30
4.6/5Wonderful! (110 reviews)
Pearl Beach

"Great place, location, and people!! Will stay there again."…"

Reviewed on Nov. 27, 2019

Pearl Beach Hotel
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Top things to do in St. Barthelemy

St. Barts Vacation Packages

Pristine beaches, shopping and dining to rival some of the finest cities in the world and an old-world charm make this Caribbean island an alluring destination.  Lie back on your sun lounger and order another cocktail or float in the warm, blue waters off St. Barts. It won’t take you long to realize why this Caribbean paradise is a vacation destination of choice for the world’s rich and famous. Head into town and browse the designer boutiques then watch a sunset across the harbor from one of the many volcanic peaks.

St. Barthelemy, or St. Bart’s, is a French-owned island within the Caribbean cluster known as the Leeward Islands. The year-round good weather and secluded nature make it one of the world’s premier luxury vacation destinations. 

The pristine beaches of St. Barts regularly feature on world’s best beach guides and whatever your preferred beach activity, you’ll find it here. Surf the waves at Toiny or learn to sail or windsurf at the expansive Grand Cul De Sac. Some of the prettiest and least developed beaches, Saline and Gouverneur, are on the south of the island, while the gorgeous sands of Colombier require a long hike or a boat to access. 

Head to the main town of Gustavia to enjoy the island’s famous shopping. You can pick up a bargain in the many boutiques and designer stores, as St. Barts is a duty-free port. Learn about the history of the island in the Wall House Museum, which contains costumes, tools and old boats. For more history and great views across the harbor, climb the hill to Fort Gustave.

Rent a four-wheel drive to explore the island’s network of narrow roads. On the opposite side of the island to Gustavia is St. Jean, where more boutique stores and bars line the beach. Afterwards, head to the neighborhood of Corossol where the houses and quiet streets give you a feel of the old St. Barts. Visit the popular Shell Museum while you’re here. 

If you are reaching St. Barts by air, you will most likely fly into Juliana Airport on St. Maarten, a nearby island. From there you can catch another flight, or a ferry, to St. Barts.