Hotel Le Toiny

St. Barths, Caribbean

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Why we choose Hotel Le Toiny

Hotel Le Toiny is the perfect getaway for those looking for complete privacy in an exclusive, tropical setting

  • Each villa has its own private pool
  • Restaurant Le Toiny welcomes you for dinner in the main house decorated in a coastal chic style and you can enjoy cocktails from the bar on the terrace
  • Take the shuttle for a short ride to the Beach Club to enjoy lunch, drinks or relax on the lounge chairs
  • With in-villa breakfast service, you can eat in your pajamas

Le Toiny is the most private hotel on St. Barths. They’ve equipped every villa with its own pool, a gated entrance and even a red mailbox flag that signals "do not disturb." There are only 14 accommodations, and with so few guests to service, they're able to think of everything.

What you need to know about the hotel

Le Toiny offers villas with sweeping ocean views and superb service that nails every detail

  • All the suites and public spaces have undergone a complete refurbishment offering a coastal chic décor
  • The Serenity Spa Cottage offers a large selection of beauty treatments with top of the line products. All treatments can also be scheduled in the privacy of your Suite

This intimate boutique hotel is the answer for everyone who’s tired of talking, texting and constantly being “on” in their daily lives. At Le Toiny, it’s all about escaping to a serene environment, dining on phenomenal food and enjoying highly personalized service. Each of the hotel's 14 self-contained Suites is surrounded by vegetation and includes a large terrace with a private 10 x 20-foot pool. Outside the Suites, one of the best experiences at the hotel is the Beach Club where you can watch the surfers or shop at the boutique.

Where is it and what's nearby

A secluded, sophisticated hotel on St. Barth’s Côte Sauvage overlooking the Caribbean Sea

  • The island rests on a continental shelf, producing fantastic diving opportunities at your choice of 15 marine nature reserves
  • St. Barth is well known to serious big game fishers; try your hand during half- or full-day fishing trips
  • Explore the island with a stroll from Petite Anse to Columbier Beach or with a hike up Vitet mountain

The Suites are set on a gentle slope looking out over the Bay of Toiny and the Caribbean, next to a beach that's great for shelling and surfing. Naturally, most of the activity on the island of St. Barths is centered in and around the water. In addition to fishing and diving, snorkeling allows you to view coral reefs, tropical fish and tortoises just a few inches under the water. Surfing, too, is highly recommended at Le Toiny, which is one of the best spots on the island to catch the nearly year-round waves. Throw in windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing and paddleboarding, and you'll never run out of water-filled adventures.

If you’re more in the mood for shopping, Gustavia is the top destination, while Gouverneur Beach is a good public beach bet.

How to enjoy St. Barths

With a distinctly French flavour, St Barths offers the kind of chic elegance and exclusivity that attracts supermodels and the superwealthy who seek a spot of downtime in exquisite surroundings

  • Head to the beach at Baie de St Jean for the ultimate place to see and be seen. For surfing, take your board to Toiny and for chilling, Grand cul de Sac is where it’s at

There are two ways to get to Saint Barthélemy. You can sail your yacht into the capital’s charming harbor, or island hop in an appropriately small aircraft (the runway is tiny) from larger neighbour, St Martin. The island’s capital, Gustavia, may be small, but it is lined with designer shops from Louis Vuitton to Longchamp. During the high season, the nightlife kicks off and there are plenty of opportunities to party till dawn. For such a small place, there is also a high concentration of sublimely talented chefs.

Although adored by celebrities for its exclusivity, this tiny French island retains a chic charm of its own making that is not forged by the glamor of its guest list. Chief among its attractions has to be its beaches. All are public and feature baby-powder soft, dazzling white sand with the clear turquoise water that is so much the calling card of Caribbean coastlines. The beaches are quiet; although for the ultimate in exclusivity, sail to Colombier Beach. It is only accessible by boat.

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    When to visit St. Barths

    St Barths is famed for its lavish New Years parties and, thanks to its perfect weather, December and January are great times of the year to visit.

  • We say

    A little gem for the right guests—small in size but highly regarded.

  • You need to know

    The hotel closes annually from late August to late October.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Hotel Le Toiny, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Continental breakfast daily for up to two in room guests
  • USD $100 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay

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