High Season: December 15 2016 – April 14 2017
5 bedrooms (up to 10 guests): US$1,950
7 bedrooms (up to 14 guests): US$2,350
Christmas/New Year: On request – ask us for a quote
Low Season: April 15 – December 14 2017
5 bedrooms (up to 10 guests): US$1,450
7 bedrooms (up to 14 guests): US$1,850
Rates are per night
Until confirmed rates may change without notice
Special conditions apply during Christmas/New Year
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About The Property
Set on a ridge overlooking the west coast of Barbados is La Maison Michelle – a luxury spa property.
La Maison Michelle is a distinctive split level home expertly designed from individually themed bedrooms to unique art & decor not seen at any other luxury Caribbean villa. From the moment you walk through the grand wrought-iron gates you will be immediately aware of having been transported to another world; one of luxurious accommodations, stunningly evocative views, and experiences to soothe the mind, body and soul.
Upon entering the villa on the first floor is the entrance hall, displaying an elegant chandelier, lovely painted abstract design on the concrete finished floor and of course the wide open window with views of the sea down to the second wing of the villa. Three bedrooms are located in this wing. To the left is the lively Glass & Mirror Suite with an intricate block ceiling design, walk in closet, en suite black-tiled bathroom including shower and outdoor Jacuzzi. The energetic Caribbean Suite is situated to the right of this wing with miniature steel pan fixtures and vibrant colours. An en suite bathroom provides a standing shower. Further to the right of this wing is the master bedroom also known as the Shell Suite. As the name implies this room has neutral colours and furniture pieces adorned with shells. A separate walk-in closet and en suite bathroom consisting of tub and an open shower can also be found. These three rooms afford sea views and constant breezes from their private terraces.
Two more bedrooms are located on the lower level accessible via a three-way split staircase fitted with a crystal glass lit backdrop. One one side is The Ocean Suite, comprising of two twin beds and en suite bathroom with a standing shower and closet area to the left. The final room is situated on the other side and accessed via the courtyard and is called the Safari Suite – the epitome of jungle fever accentuated by a large wardrobe painted with safari animals such as elephants, giraffes and other exotic animals. The spacious en suite bathroom has an exposed natural piece of coral stone created as part of the original foundation of the land. The coral stone adds an earthy effect to the already well themed bathroom complemented by a granite ‘cheetah’ print counter top, open shower and warm wood tiles. This room also features a small terrace ideal for enjoying an early morning coffee whilst embracing garden and sea views.
The courtyard also leads to the Media Room, equipped with comfy leather chairs and large screen where guests can enjoy on demand movies and internet TV in this relaxing air-conditioned room.
An expansive split level terrace is set up for lounging and informal dining. To the left and right of the terrace are separate elevated gazebos perfect for al fresco meals served by the Butler. The terrace and gazebos look out on to the large art deco infinity edge pool, sun deck with loungers, all achieving breathtaking scenery from flowing fields out to the azure Caribbean waters.
Further views can be enjoyed from one of the three roof terraces outfitted with seating and accessed via a spiral stair case in the courtyard.
A two bedroom self-contained cottage offers The Platinum Suite with a Murphy King sized bed and The Cosmo Suite with a King sized bedroom both with en suite bathrooms with walk-in closet. The cottage includes a separate kitchen and common deck.
La Maison Michelle is the perfect venue for your special event or memorable wedding.
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