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Located at beach level, the Kai Belté Spa is designed in the same airy style as the rest of the resort and features seven air-conditioned rooms for massage, ayurvedic treatments, and facials, as well as a hair/nail/waxing salon. Massage options at the Anse Chastanet include couples, Swedish, shiatsu, hot stone, and reflexology. Ayurvedic treatment choices include Bindi Herbal (exfoliation, warm oil, herbal wrap) and Shirodhara (warm oil stream, herbal oil scalp massage, massage of neck, shoulders, hands, feet). Facials include After-Sun and Cellular Repair. Classes are offered five times weekly in a yoga hut.A gallery sells works by international and local artists whose art decorates resort restaurants, bars, and rooms.
Children under the age of 6 are not allowed at the resort.
Children under the age of 6 are not allowed at the Anse Chastanet . Approximately 100 stairs lead from beach level to mid-hillside level, making the property unsuitable for those with walking difficulties or cardiac problems. A complimentary shuttle from beachside to hillside level is provided on request.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Photo identification and credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in, cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.
Restaurants at the Anse Chastanet use herbs and produce grown in the resort's own gardens on the former sugar/cocoa plantation of Anse Mamin, part of the resort's .
Fringed by a 229-m () beach curving between two rocky headlands, the bay fronting the Anse Chastanet features one of the Caribbean Sea's most notable and accessible snorkeling/diving sites, with fish (some 150 species), coral, and other marine life visible off the beach. The reef plateaus for about 45.75 m () and then steeply slopes down to 46.75 m (). Snorkeling and diving are also available on the resort's second beach, a 5-minute complimentary boat ride away.Guests have complimentary use of snorkeling gear, windsurfers, kayaks, sailboats, and a tennis court. The resort's diving center offers beginner lessons, certification courses, and reef, wreck, wall, and night dives off the beach (surcharges for lessons, dives).
The Chastanet's second beach fronts a 152.5-m-wide (), three-km-deep (two-mi) canyon that in the 17th century was a sugar plantation and later was planted with cocoa. The former plantation, Anse Mamin, serves as the resort's adventure-sports center. In addition to snorkeling and diving, the site offers 19.25 km (12 mi) of groomed mountain-biking trails and separate hiking trails through jungle among mango, coconut, banana, guava, cocoa, and citrus. Trails pass a river, a stone-walled reservoir that once powered the sugar mill, and ruins of working buildings and residences. Mountain bikes are provided for daily trail-use fees. Hiking and guided nature walks are complimentary.Other recreational activities available include sunset cruises on the resort's 11.25-m () yacht and deep-sea fishing. Tours of nearby attractions such as Soufrière's "drive-in" volcano, sulphur springs, and mineral baths are also available. Complimentary classes are offered five times weekly in a yoga hut.
The recreational activities listed below are available at or near the Chastanet Resort; fees may be charged.