La Plage / Lorient

From 32,000 USD to 160,000 USD/week
Ref.: CAR026
Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms: 7 Sleeps: 14
Pool: 1
Pool Pool


If you are hoping for an exclusive experience on St. Barths and want ocean front living, but privacy and style, the vacation home La Plage St Barths has what you desire. A newly built villa, it sits directly on the gorgeous sands of Lorient Beach. This is a coveted locale, and yet there is so much more to the villa than its pristine setting.

Considered an architectural jewel, it was created by Patrick Benaben and really lives up to its name "the beach" for its ideal location. However, it also enhances any experience of the beach that you might have ever enjoyed thanks to the amazing amenities in the villa itself. There is the impressive swimming pool that has been created to mirror the elegant lines of the horizon along the waterfront. This is flanked with an array of terrace spaces that provide lounge areas of all kinds.

The terrace leads into the living area with its open floor plan, stunning decor, and impressive overall design meant to enhance the sense of the beach, the sky, and the sea. The living area is divided into several seating areas, and while one leads to a small terrace space, another leads to the kitchen and dining areas.

The Villa La Plage is equipped with a modern gourmet kitchen, and daily continental breakfast is served in the house each day. There is a gas barbecue area for fun group meals too, and plenty of choices in which to dine outdoors in style.

There are five bedrooms in Villa La Plage, and it can sleep up to 10 visitors at once. All five bedrooms are located in the main house, and feature luxury bedding and linens, en suite bathrooms, a private terrace, and high-end electronics (including Internet access). There are also two more bedrooms in a smaller beach house, and this too has a private living space.

If you want an exclusive location that is quiet and yet an ideal location for swimming and enjoying the setting, head to the beach - head to Villa La Plage and discover the best of St. Barts.

Continental Breakfast and daily maid and turn down service is included in the rental of the villa during the high season dates, the same service is offered in Low season with the exception of Sundays and holidays.

Five bedrooms are located in the main house, all with King beds and garden views. All bedrooms are air conditioned. Four bedrooms have a safe, TV/DVD, French satellite, en suite bathroom with shower, dressing room, home cinema and a private terrace. The fifth bedroom has a TV, DVD, safe and en suite bathroom with shower. Two other bedrooms are located in the beach house which also has a kitchen, living room and patio.


Sleeps 14
A/C - Bedrooms
A/C - Living Area
DVD Player
Espresso machine
Flat Screen TV
High Speed Internet
Pool - Heated
Satellite TV
Satellite TV- French
Short Walk to Beach
View: Ocean
View: Sunset

Pool Person

Check in 2PM Check out Noon
Daily maid service except Sundays
No children without a nanny
Sheets, towels and beach towels included

Prices & Service

From 32,000 USD to 160,000 USD/week


Note: The rates above are subject to 15% Tax/Service Charge.
Payments accepted in US Dollars, Euros, British Pound, Canadian Dollars and Swiss Franc.
Major credit cards accepted in US Dollars.

Damage Deposit: $1,000.00
Restricted to age and above
No Smoking
Housekeeping: Daily maid service except Sundays & holidays
Breakfast included
Deposit/Payment: 30% deposit to confirm. Balance due 60 days prior to arrival.
Check In / Check Out: 3PM / 12noon

What's included

Pool Person

Housekeeping: Daily maid service except Sundays & holidays

This service is based on a week-long stay and services may be tailored to your exact requirements during the booking process. Exact services included with each booking will be listed on the Booking Confirmation.


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Closest Beach


One of the most beautiful islands on the planet! St. Barths Island (Saint-Barthélemy or St Barts) is located in the French Caribbean near St Martin and Anguilla.

A relatively unspoiled tropical island with an abundance of beautiful beaches, breathtaking vistas, a quaint capital city - Gustavia - wrapped around a picturesque harbor. St Barths Island is renown for hosting many of the Caribbean's best restaurants and cafes. Dining out in St Barths is one life's great pleasures, and the island is considered by many to be the culinary capital of the Caribbean.

Ideal climate, crystal clear Caribbean water, friendly people and Caribbean charm. This arid, volcanic rock of just eight square miles is home to an eclectic mix of iguanas, night-blooming cactus, and fabulous beaches as well as luxury yachts, designer boutiques, and celebrities.

The atmosphere reminds of the Côte d'Azur. St Barths became a top destination in The 1960s with some famous people like David Rockefeller, the Rothschilds, Ford's, fashion designer Donna Karan and other American celebrities. Liz Taylor, Caroline of Hannover, Catherine Deneuve and other stars also spent their holidays on St Barths. Meanwhile, the rich and famous from all over the world use to travel to this beautiful island.

The charm of the island’s capital Gustavia lies in its architecture, from the vestiges of the Swedish era with a pretty little Anglican church topped with a cupola in wood to various colonial-style houses, some painted in bright Caribbean colors and others cool behind their white clapboard facades and slatted shutters.

Dining on St. Barth compares favorably to almost anywhere in the world. Varied and exquisite, a French flair in the décor, sensational wine, and attentive service make for a wonderful epicurean experience in almost any of the restaurants.
The island is famous for its sophisticated yet casual restaurant scene. Some call it the culinary capital of the Caribbean. Whatever experience you want, trust us, you can find it in St Barths. From four star Relais&Châteaux rated dining at Le Gaiac, The Rock, and Victoria's, to harborside bistros and cafés like Boucanniers, Baz Bar and the Wall House, to "feet in the sand" casual dining at La Plage and Do Brazil. 

La Plage Restaurant: Feet in the sand is the way it is at La Plage Restaurant, a hip place with a romantic appeal. Fine cuisine based on Caribbean and French style.
The Sand Restaurant: Gourmet dining in style overseen by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Ti Corail: Grand Cul de Sac
The Bar Restaurant

Spa & Massage
Ligne St Barth In-Villa Spa Services. While staying in St Barts you can enjoy full service spa treatments in the privacy of your villa.
Cleo Massage St. Barths: This is a deeply relaxing massage applying only the finest pure natural and essential oils.
The Guanahani Spa: A shaded relaxation area around the pond has a huge Indonesian-style daybed for lounging on pillows.

St Barths has over twenty magnificent Caribbean white sand beaches around the different parts of the island. The beaches are uncrowded.
St. Jean Beach: One of the more popular beaches on St Barths with beautiful sand and very clear water.
Saline Beach: Probably the best known St Barths beach, beautiful and highly photographed. The famous entry dunes.
Gouverneur Beach: This is a definite visit while on your vacation. Fantastic scenery, with surrounding cliffs and islands in the distance.
Lorient Beach: A nice family oriented beach, reef-protected, with calm to moderate surf.

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving
Some of the best places to snorkel on St Barths (SBH)
Lorient Beach: The best place to see sea turtles.
Colombier Beach: About a 15 minutes hike from Flamands. Snorkel to the far right (when you are facing the ocean).
Petit de Anse: There are stone steps leading to the water. A good place for turtles and parrotfish. Near Flamands. 
Forchue Island: The best snorkeling is actually not on the island - take a half day boat trip with one of the island's dive companies to an underwater nature preserve to experience the best snorkeling.

Fishing: Surfcasting and shorefishing is a wonderful way to relax and catch or you can charter a fishing boat and guide and head out past the reefs to go after larger sportfish. May through September are the premier months for Marlin fishing and this area produces some very large fish.

Sailing: Everything from crewed mega-yachts, to humble dinghies that you have to sail yourself.

Tennis: At last count, there were eight tennis courts.