Architectural Digest has profiled the newly reopened Rosewood Le Guanahani in St. Barth’s and notes how much attention the new colors, restaurant, and activities are bringing to the north side of the island:
The just opened Rosewood Le Guanahani St. Barth is getting the biggest buzz. The resort first opened in 1986 but is now branded as a Rosewood. Spanning 18 acres, it’s set on a secluded peninsula and overlooks the beaches of Marechal Bay and Grand Cul-de-Sac Lagoon. […]
Le Guanahani has 66 rooms, all designed as residential-style freestanding spaces with either ocean or garden views, a Beach House with an ocean facing restaurant (some of the best food on the island) and cocktail lounge, and a world-class spa with an outdoor relaxation area. Guests have their pick of unique experiences such as tours of hidden beaches throughout St. Barts, guided hikes, and wellness activities like morning yoga at scenic spots.
You can read more about Rosewood Le Guanahani and other newly opened hotels in St Barth’s in Shivani Vora’s article on the Architectural Digest website.