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Your Guide to St Barts Villas

Officially known as Saint Barthelemy, St Barts is known for its lush landscapes, beautiful beaches, and chic culture. St Barts villas let you experience the best of this island with all the style and grace it deserves.

Named after Christopher Columbus’s brother, St Barts was settled by the French in the 17th century. However, they quickly sold the island to the Swedish in 1784, when it became a free port and saw its wealth rise dramatically. The French repurchased St Barts in 1878.

While the island’s French influence is readily apparent everywhere from its cafes to its shops today, its Swedish influence can also be felt in its architecture and city planning – especially in its capital, Gustavia.

Of course, that’s just one part of the St Barts story. The other part comes with the tourist boom of the 20th century and the many moguls, celebrities, and dignitaries who came to call the island home – starting with David Rockefeller in the 1950s. These tastemakers built up the first St Barts villas with an eye for easy sophistication, and this heritage continues to this day.

Renting a luxury villa in St Barts is easy with Rental Escapes. First, choose your travel dates. Next, choose your party size. From there, your Rental Escapes Villa Specialist will happily present you with the best available St Barts villas for your group. After, your concierge customizes your trip, including transportation, chef service, boat charters, excursions, and more.

St Barts Luxury Villas

Ever since it became a free port, St Barts has been known for luxury. Today, the island is characterized by its French style and its dramatic landscapes, both of which are reflected in St Barts villas.

St Barts villas can be found all across the island, including in the historic capital of Gustavia; Saint-Jean, with its beautiful beaches and excellent dining; Flamands, with its serene beauty on the northern coast; Pointe Milou with its panoramic views on the northeastern tip; Gouverneur on the wilder, more untamed southern coast; and more.

No matter where you stay, expect high-end amenities, spectacular views, and that unmatched St Barts style. You can also expect 5-star service, including from your Rental Escapes concierge.

St Barts Beachfront Villas

From the serenity of Gouverneur Beach to the lively scene in Saint Jean, St Barts offers beach experiences that you won’t find anywhere else. St Barts beachfront villas up the exclusivity even more with access and views that are yours alone to enjoy. They include:

Sand Club: Beachfront on Flamands Beach, Sand Club is a modern colonial-style mansion. It features a long beach-facing pool and outdoor dining area, as well as multiple bedroom setups that allow for flexibility. This includes a children’s room with bunk beds and three bedrooms in separate bungalows. A perfect choice for families and multigenerational groups.

Dei Sogni: Set on the beach in Lorient, Dei Sogni offers a true Caribbean experience. With lush landscaping, a large heated pool, a covered open living room, and a library, there’s no shortage of ways to unwind, especially with the beach right in front of you.

Aqua: Steps from the warm waters of the Grand Cul de Sac lagoon, Aqua offers unrivaled panoramic views in a modernist package. Picture waking up in the morning to the lagoon’s blue waters. You have breakfast in the outdoor dining room before walking down to the beach. After you take a dip in the beachfront infinity pool. Aqua offers all this and more.

Flamands Villas

Flamands features one of the longest beaches on Saint Barts while still being conveniently located near Gustavia. The neighborhood is also surrounded by hills and offers plenty of panoramic views. That makes Flamands villas among the best stays on the island. They include:

Wake Up: An architectural masterpiece sitting on Flamands Beach, Wake Up offers a contemporary design paired with rich interiors and life-affirming views. Stare out over Chevreau and Fregate islets. Take in the sun on one of the two patios. Enjoy a workout in the private gym, or a massage in the spa. It’s all on offer here.

Maison La Mer: An amalgamation of three separate beachfront villas, Maison La Mer combines to create something wholly unique. Listen to the sounds of the waves rolling in beachside, or walk to some of Flamands best restaurants. The elegant décor amplifies your serenity, and the seven bedrooms include four large master suites. A perfect choice for a group of 14.

Micela: A two-bedroom villa ideally located on Flamands Beach, Micela is an elevated take on the traditional beach house, spread out over two levels. It features a large pool, water features, a sprawling terrace, an expansive outdoor dining area, and more. A third bedroom is also available if needed. Perfect for a small family or a group of couples.

Pointe Milou Villas

Offering cool breezes and unrivalled views thanks to its privileged location atop a high bluff, Pointe Milou is one of the most serene and coveted neighborhoods on St Barts. Pointe Milou villas maximize this tranquillity, with stunning architecture and thoughtful details. They include:

Danse des Etoiles: Uniquely constructed and impeccably furnished, Danse des Etoiles inspires with stone, parquet, and woodwork indoors, and a heated infinity pool surrounded by panoramic ocean views outside. It also features a fitness room, massage room, and an outdoor pool table. One of the most luxurious stays on St Barts.

Domingue: Ideally sized for up to six guests, Domingue is a recently constructed villa that exudes good taste. Its hilltop location provides stunning views of the surrounding islands. Its kitchen and bar have everything you need to entertain. And its private gym means you’ll get in some unforgettable workouts. A stylish, sophisticated choice.

Cap Azur: Bright and airy with wide open spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows, Cap Azur accentuates your appreciation of your surroundings. It features a fitness room, outdoor showers, and an outdoor pool and dining area where your trip’s best memories will be made.

St Barts Villas FAQ

What are the Entry Requirements for St Barts?

All visitors to St Barts must present a valid passport upon entry. EU, EEA, and Swiss citizens do not need to present a passport but must have their national ID with them.

How to Travel to St Barts?

St Barts does not have an international airport. Most visitors will fly into Princess Juliana International Airport in St Martin. From there, you can catch a 10–15-minute flight to St Barts’ Gustaf III Airport. The flight offers breathtaking views over the Caribbean. There’s also a ferry service from St Martin, which takes 45 minutes – 1 hour and also has great views. Your Rental Escapes Concierge can assist with flights, ferry tickets, and airport transfers.

How to Get Around St Barts?

The best way to get around St Barts is to rent a car. The roads are well-maintained, though narrow and windy. Taxis and private drivers are another good option to get around, as are water taxis and boat charters. Scooters, ATVs, and bicycles are also available for the more adventurous. Your Rental Escapes Concierge can assist with rental cars, private drivers, taxis, boat charters, and any other transportation needs.

Is St Barts Safe?

St Barts is one of the safest destinations in the Caribbean. It has a very low crime rate, and both Gustavia and Saint Jean are safe to walk at night. There’s also a well-regarded hospital in Gustavia and the tap water is safe to drink. That said, be sure to watch for sun exposure, and check water conditions before swimming.

When is the Best Time to Visit St Barts?

High season in St Barts runs from December to April. The weather is mild and there are plenty of great events, like the St Barts Music Festival in January and Les Voiles de St Barth (one of the world’s most prestigious regattas) in April. That said, this is also when the island is most crowded with visitors, so book in advance.
Shoulder season is May-June and December-November. The weather is still mild, but with a higher chance of showers. The island is quieter, but restaurants and activities are still open. Prices also drop on St Barts villas. For many, this is the best time to visit.
Low season is July-October. The weather is hot and humid, and there’s a higher chance of storms, though many days are still beautiful. Some businesses and restaurants may close at this time. Still, this is when you’ll find the best deals on St Barts villas.

What are the Best Things to do on St Barts?

Hit the beach: From the stylish rhythms of Saint Jean Beach to the secluded serenity of Gouverneur Beach, there’s a stretch of sand and surf here for every taste.
Explore Gustavia: Browse the boutiques for unique souvenirs, visit Fort Gustav, or just stroll along the harbor and admire the yachts.
Take a boat charter: Sail around the St Barts shores, stopping to snorkel at the vibrant reefs by Colombier Beach or around Pain de Sucre.

How’s the Food on St Barts?

St Barts has one of the best food scenes in the Caribbean. Dishes here often use French techniques, and there’s a big emphasis on fresh seafood. You’ll find plenty of French restaurants, cafes, and patisseries, as well as dishes infused with local creole flavors. From roadside grills to fine dining, there’s something here for every taste.
Your Rental Escapes Concierge can also add private chef service and villa pre-stocking to any stay.

How’s the Weather in St Barts?

St Barts benefits from a tropical climate, with warm, wet summers and mild, dry winters.
Spring sees warm temperatures and moderate temperatures. Rainfall increases as the season goes on. Average temperatures are 25°C to 28°C (77°F to 82°F) and average precipitation is 35mm to 75mm (1.4in to 3in).
Summer sees the start of the wet season, with higher temperatures and humidity. Rain showers can occur but are usually short-lived. Average temperatures are 28°C to 30°C (82°F to 86°F) and average precipitation is 50mm to 100mm (2in to 4in).
Fall is the wettest season, but the temperatures are still warm and sunny days are common. Precipitation decreases as the season continues. Average temperatures are 27°C to 29°C (81°F to 84°F) and average precipitation is 100mm to 150mm (4in to 6in).
Winter sees the mildest and driest temperatures overall, with sunny days and little rainfall. Average temperatures are 24°C to 27°C (75°F to 81°F), and average precipitation is 40mm to 80mm (1.6in to 3.1in).

Book a St Barts Villa with Rental Escapes

If you’re hoping to visit this beautiful part of the Caribbean, Rental Escapes can elevate your St Barts villa rental into a true luxury experience.

Our portfolio includes the finest St Barts villas, including Flamands villas, Point Milou villas, St Barts beachfront villas, and more.

Your Rental Escapes reservations expert can find the best luxury villa for your group, and your concierge personalizes your trip to create the ultimate St Barts villa experience.

Contact us today to book your next dream holiday!

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