Located in Pointe Milou, on the island of Saint Barths, the Christopher hotel is a luxurious and refined property set on the Caribbean Sea.
The project is the work of the French architectural firm De Yavorsky and features 48 contemporary designed rooms and suites, including 3 4-bedroom villas, all with direct views of the sea and the adjacent bay.
An intimate hotel that the owners of the Christopher envisaged as a whole large house with pure and timeless lines, also retaining the spirit of this extraordinary place with completely unobstructed views of the ocean.
The living and relaxation spaces, furnished with minimal pieces, convey peace and serenity, thanks to a range of simple colors and an architecture typical of the Creole tradition. The hotel looks like a set of many houses that blend elements of different origins, coming from the French colonial empire and indigenous culture. In fact, the rooms have very high roofs and all have a “varangue”, a typical creole veranda that extends along the entire facade.
European influence also gave life to the hotels logo, made up of three sails, in homage to the caravels of Christopher Columbus who discovered the island in 1493.
The hotel offers one of the largest infinity pools on the island, a restaurant run by a Michelin star chef, a Technogym gym and a spa curated by the French cosmetic brand Sisley.
The SPA, winner of the 2022 World SPA Awards as the best on the island, offers various treatment rooms, including a couples suite. All the treatment rooms overlook the sea and are equipped with Lemi massage beds. Among the various treatments offered, the one performed with hot shells is very unique.