Celebrity Chef Monica Galetti and Journalist Giles Coren go Behind-the-Scenes at the Five Star Property

February 2021…// Saint Lucia’s Jade Mountain Resort will feature on BBC Two’s Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby TV show, airing next Thursday 11th February at 9pm.

Episode One of the latest series of Amazing Hotels sees Chef Monica Galetti and Journalist Giles Coren visit Jade Mountain, an entirely hand-built hotel in St Lucia where the rooms have no outer wall and are completely open to the ocean and piton views, each with its own private infinity pool or jacuzzi. The pair meet owners Nick and Karolin Troubetzkoy, Giles finds that room service at the resort is tougher than it seems and Monica dives for Lionfish, which they both serve to guests visiting specially to have their wedding on the beach.

In this new series of Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby Giles Coren, newspaper columnist and restaurant critic, and international chef Monica Galetti roll up their sleeves to work in some of the most extraordinary hotels around the globe, from Jade Mountain St. Lucia to the Shangri-La in London. Giles and Monica discover that these amazing hotels have much more than the views to offer their guests. In each hotel they work alongside the talented staff to discover what it takes to offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences in awe-inspiring locations.  Venturing far beyond the lobby into places that the public don’t usually see and uncovering the meticulous level of detail needed to pull off impeccable service. As they work, Giles and Monica get to know the people who staff these hotels and uncover the inspirational, poignant and heart-warming stories of the communities around them.

The episode will air on BBC Two at 9pm on Thursday 11th February, after which it will be available to view on demand via this link:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000s66r

 

About Jade Mountain St. Lucia

Designed by architect and owner Nick Troubetzkoy, Jade Mountain is set high on the hills overlooking Saint Lucia’s Pitons World Heritage Site and comprises of 24 open-air Infinity Pool Sanctuaries and 5 Sky Jacuzzi Suites – each of which is a carefully designed, individual work of art and architecture. Set within a 600-acre estate complete with two beaches, five restaurants, two spas and a chocolate laboratory, Jade Mountain produces 40% of the food served at the resort at its very own organic farm.

For more information on Jade Mountain St. Lucia please visit jademountain.com.

About Saint Lucia

One of the Windward Islands of the West Indies’ Lesser Antilles, Saint Lucia is nestled halfway down the Eastern Caribbean archipelago. The “Helen of the West Indies” is known for its natural beauty and diverse attractions, including the signature Piton Mountains – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – a tropical rainforest and one of the world’s few drive-in volcanoes. This mango-shaped island, which is only 27 miles long and 14 miles wide, is fringed with soft sandy beaches, golden in the north, and dark silver in the volcanic south west, where Jade Mountain is located.

For more information on Saint Lucia, please visit www.stlucia.org.

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