St. Lucia’s Jade Mountain featured on BBC

Some two million viewers across the United Kingdom got a glimpse of the creativity of visionary architect Nick Troubetzkoy whose award- winning Jade Mountain Resort in St. Lucia was featured last week on BBC Two’s popular television programme – “Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby”.

In the series, journalist and restaurant critic Giles Coren and international chef Monica Galetti roll up their sleeves and go behind the scenes, working in some of the most extraordinary hotels around the globe.

Described by the British media as “jaw-droppingly stunning” and “an architectural, eco-friendly wonder”, the luxurious property, whose owners Karolin and Nick Troubetzkoy are pioneers in Caribbean tourism sustainability, is routinely ranked by travelers and the travel trade alike as a top choice for luxury, service, culinary distinction, and overall experience, and helps position St. Lucia among the leading tourism destinations of the world.

Designed by architect and owner Nick Troubetzkoy, Jade Mountain is set high on the hills overlooking St. Lucia’s Piton Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and comprises 24 open-air Infinity Pool Sanctuaries and five Sky Jacuzzi Suites, each of which is a carefully designed, individual work of art and architecture.