Hotel La Toiny

Hotel Le Toiny Is Expanding

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - April 27, 2017

One of the Caribbean’s greatest luxury resorts (and one of the leading St Barts hotels) is getting bigger.

The island’s Hotel Le Toiny will open eight new villas on Dec. 15, the property announced this week.

The debut of the new villas coincides with the hotel’s 25th anniversary, marking its first room expansion since opening its doors in 1992.

The hotel completed a full redesign in 2015 by London-based Lady Bee Osborn, which updated its aesthetic to contemporary coastal chic, and added the Toiny Beach Club to its secluded beach.

Once again overseen by Osborn Interiors, the construction of these eight new villas represents the final phase in the hotel’s renovation.

Nestled into the hillside overlooking Toiny Bay, the expansion will include four one-story One Bedroom Villas, three two-story One Bedroom Villas, and one two-story Two-Bedroom King Villa.

True to Hotel Le Toiny’s signature style, all of the new accommodations will be fully secluded and freestanding, with private infinity pools and terraces overlooking the Caribbean Sea.

Each one-bedroom villa includes a spacious master bedroom with en suite bath featuring a soaking tub, shower and double vanity, as well as a separate sitting area, kitchenette and large terrace with private infinity pool.

The two-story villas will feature these same elements, with the sitting area and kitchenette on the first floor and two master suits on the upper level, offering incredible views from private open-air balconies.

The one-bedroom villas will sleep up to three guests with 1,184 – 1,400 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space.

The two-story villas will sleep up to six with more than 2,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space.

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