Boucan by Hotel Chocolat

Rooms 14   Architecture Phil Buckley   Interior Design Terry Moore Design, Phil Buckley
The Original Peter Harris, Angus Thirlwell

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Rooms
14
Architecture
Phil Buckley
Interior
Design Terry Moore Design, Phil Buckley
The Original Peter Harris, Angus Thirlwell

Each cottage features pitched wooden roofs, rainforest showers, and slatted shutters that ensure a natural flow of air. These old-fashioned shutters also provide privacy and allow tropical sunlight to dance across the chic stone walls. 

ARCHITECTURE

PHIL BUCKLEY

Resident designer Phil Buckley oversaw the extensive redesign of the plantation, which was originally established in 1745 and forms part of a Unesco World Heritage Site. Handpicked teams of stonemasons, carpenters and painters worked alongside Buckley to create the hotel’s 14 calming cottages.  

ARCHITECTURE
PHIL BUCKLEY

Resident designer Phil Buckley oversaw the extensive redesign of the plantation, which was originally established in 1745 and forms part of a Unesco World Heritage Site. Handpicked teams of stonemasons, carpenters and painters worked alongside Buckley to create the hotel’s 14 calming cottages.  

Each cottage features pitched wooden roofs, rainforest showers, and slatted shutters that ensure a natural flow of air. These old-fashioned shutters also provide privacy and allow tropical sunlight to dance across the chic stone walls. 

The larger ‘Luxe’ lodges offer secluded verandahs with direct views of Soufrière Bay’s twin volcanoes and comfortable wooden rocking chairs from which to while away the hours reading, chatting, or taking in the views. 

INTERIOR DESIGN

TROPICAL RELAXATION

Crisp, airy interiors prevail in Boucan’s atmospheric cottages. King size four-poster beds clad in deluxe linens and swathed in delicate netting evoke the exoticism and romance of the Caribbean cocoa industry.

INTERIOR DESIGN
TROPICAL RELAXATION

Crisp, airy interiors prevail in Boucan’s atmospheric cottages. King size four-poster beds clad in deluxe linens and swathed in delicate netting evoke the exoticism and romance of the Caribbean cocoa industry.

The larger ‘Luxe’ lodges offer secluded verandahs with direct views of Soufrière Bay’s twin volcanoes and comfortable wooden rocking chairs from which to while away the hours reading, chatting, or taking in the views. 

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