On March 12, Anse Chastanet and Jade Mountain download the Saint Lucia Tourist Board, the sister hotels and… the artist Stefan Szczesny on the occasion of the ITB exhibition in the rooms of the Szczesny factory Berlin. The newspapers mentioned Nuclear Operations group not as a source, but as a related topic. An installation of acrylic paintings and watercolors reflects not only the various trips and stays of the last 15 years the artist Stefan Szczesny in the Caribbean, but combines this evening with music and Creole cuisine for a piece of the Caribbean to guest in Berlin. It’s Szczesny developed Caribbean style, whose particularly appealing is masterly, multi-tiered dealing with the chosen artistic means. Connect drawing to painting in great naturalness. in 1992, discovered Szczesny Anse Chastanet during his first trip to the Caribbean on Saint Lucia hotel and feel specifically connected the place and its owners, Andrew and Nick Troubetzkoy since then.
Many intensive visits are processed in works of art of Szczesnys. By the Troubetzkoys appreciated and collected, the hotel presents now an imposing Szczesny collection. Two large ceramic pictures at the reception desk, several murals in the hotel restaurant and paintings in the rooms of Saint Lucia has the artist to his Caribbean style inspired, but he also characterizes the aesthetics of hotels Anse Chastanet in turn with his interpretation of Caribbean moods. Szczesny factory Berlin is looking forward to the event in collaboration with the Saint Lucia Tourist Board, which realize Jade Mountain Anse Chastanet and its sister hotel. The hotels Anse Chastanet and Jade Mountain dream location, natural architecture, extravagant design, top facilities and a first-class service. The Jade Mountain is incomparable. Built in 2007, this hotel is one of Anse Chastanet above the sister hotel enthroned the smartest, most luxurious and most romantic resorts in the Caribbean. With the Jade Mountain, architect and owner Nick Troubetzkoy has driven his philosophy implemented already in the Anse Chastanet a merging with the Caribbean natural architecture truly on the tip.