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Villa Aya

Per Night From US$529Launch Gallery

Classic bungalow with Caribbean charm

Tucked into the hills of St. Jean and offering stunning views of St. Jean Bay and the region’s lush rolling hills, this 2-bedroom home is chic beyond belief. Boasting an array of amazing amenities, the villa is designed in a classic bungalow style with a central, shared living space and bedrooms at either side. There is a lovely infinity pool here, a multi-tiered deck and several lounging and dining areas, including a gazebo that is perfect for an al fresco meal. Inside, everything is open and light-filled, from the gourmet kitchen and formal dining area, to the comfortable living room.

Max Group Size4
Bedrooms2
Bathrooms2
Air ConditionedYes
Children AllowedYes
WifiYes
Distance from nearest town5 min
Distance from airport5 min
Distance from beach5 min
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do
Room Details
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do

Room Details

villa aya

Room Details

Main House

First Floor
  • Bedroom one (king) has an en suite bathroom and a terrace
  • Bedroom two (queen) has an en suite bathroom and a terrace

Services & Amenities

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Features

Included Services

  • Airport Transfer
  • Beach Service
  • Concierge Service
  • Daily Housekeeping
  • Pre-Arrival Grocery Shopping
  • Welcome Basket
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Features

Amenities

  • A/C in Bedrooms
  • Barbeque
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
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Additional Services

  • Babysitter
  • Butler
  • Chef
  • Fitness Trainer
  • Private Driver
  • Private Plane Transfers

Events & Places

Diving

The corals – filled with lots of small, colourful reef fish – here are definitely worth seeing up-close. The most spectacular dives are around Pain de Sucre, an islet off Gustavia harbour, and around l’Ane Rouge, a small cape off Colombier Bay.

Dining

From casual beachfront eateries to upscale establishments, the dining scene here is superb. Check out the freshly renovated Latin-French restaurant, Bonito or opt for Italian at the world-renowned restaurant, L'Isola.

The Fish Market

One of the best things about being on an island is the opportunity to eat really fresh fish. A great place to watch local fisherman, and buy your entrée for the night, is the Fish Market in Gustavia. Get there early for the best selection.

Beautiful Beaches

A local fave is Saline Beach, which is deep and long tends to be quiet (there are no resorts directly on the beach). Colombier Beach is the most famous and one of the best places to watch the sunset; while Gouverneur Beach is a must visit.

The Wall House Museum

Located at La Pointe on Gustavia Harbor in a recently restored historic building that dates back to the island’s Swedish period (1785-1878), it features artifacts and pictorial documents from St. Barths’ past.

For Kids

Kid-Approved Beaches

St. Jean and Lorient are great for kids. St. Jean has 2 beaches to choose from, one where older kids can try out windsurfing and other that is calm and sheltered; while Lorient has magnificent natural pools that are great for little ones to swim in.

Water sports

At the lagoon in Grand Cul-de-Sac, kids as young as 5 can get out in a kayak with a transparent bottom to take a look at sea turtles and the fauna in the seabed, while older kids can try out kite-surfing.

Tennis and Archery

Play with friends or take a private lesson with the professional coaches at the St. Barth Tennis Club.

Fort Gustav

Built in 1787 by the Swedish as one of 3 forts to protect the harbour, it offers amazing panoramic views of Gustavia and the harbour. There is also the remains of a lighthouse and a couple of fiberglass cannons.

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