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Hotel in St Barts for around $400 per night

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So we have decided on St Barts for our honeymoon but are having trouble finding a suitable hotel. We have a budget of around 400-$500 per night and understand that st barts is one of the most expensive islands.

Can anyone recommend somewhere as most of the upper end resort style ones that we are looking at seem to be around $700 per night. We would prefer a fully serviced resort style accommodation rather then a villa rental as it is our honeymoon.


Thanks

Ben

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