We stayed here as part of a large group for my Brother's Wedding. The villa is absolutely spectacular, feeling like a colonial retreat (whilst actually only being built about ten years ago). The rooms were all at least very good, with some being truly superb (especially the rooms on the 1st floor overlooking the sea). Views were absolutely to die for - nestled between the Pitons, with the most beautiful sunsets (watching my Brother get married at sunset was magical).
The pool and gardens are phenomenal, although there are no steps leading all the way down to the pool - you need to descend a grassy steep lawn, which both my father (who's unfit!) and wife (who was on crutches with a foot injury) struggled with. The pool is simply incredible - I've stayed in large 5* hotels with lesser pool facilities - absolutely faultless.
The staff were truly wonderful. The chef (Basil) very kindly gave us a cooking lesson, Maria (whose role seemed to be head of staff or...