We were all treated to episodes of The Bachelor filmed in St. Lucia.  Juan Pablo and the bachelorettes spent time on a yacht, playing on the beach and even playing soccer with a few of St. Lucia’s islanders.  If you are wondering just where was The Bachelor filmed in St. Lucia, you’ll see here that the final two episodes of The Bachelor were shot at the Boucan St. Lucia, the Anse Chastanet and Jade Mountain at Anse Chastanet.

The Bachelor in St. Lucia The Boucan Hotel

Photo courtesy of the Boucan Hotel in St. Lucia


Rabot Estate at the Boucan

Rabot Estate at the Boucan


The Boucan Hotel in

Photo courtesy of the Boucan Hotel in St. Lucia

Juan Pablo and Andi, an assistant district attorney in Atlanta sat and talked together during a romantic evening at the Boucan. Andi mentioned her insecurities about being a mother to Juan Pablo’s daughter, and Juan stated he, too, wasn’t 100 percent sure that she would be right for his daughter. No one would know for sure how things would work out until the family spent significant time together.


Boucan Hotel

Infinity Pool at the Boucan

Later in the show, Juan Pablo and Nikki, a pediatric nurse, dined and spent the evening at the Anse Chastanet in St. Lucia. Nikki finally told Juan Pablo that she loved him right after they had a romantic dinner together and retreated to the Fantasy Suite (as shown on the show).

The Anse Chastanet was on the Bachelor

Photo courtesy of the Anse Chastanet



The cameras captured Juan Pablo as he relaxed in his room and mulled over his decisions. He soaked in a private hot tub in his suite. Just in case you were wondering where he resided, see the photos below. Juan Pablo was accommodated at the luxurious and exceptionally romantic Jade Mountain.


The Bachelor in St. Lucia at Jade Mountain

Jade Mountain Resort, Photo courtesy of Anse Chastanet/Jade Mountain


Jade Mountain Resort

Photo courtesy of Anse Chastanet/Jade Mountain


Jade Mountain Resort filming location for the Bachelor in St. Lucia

Exterior of Jade Mountain Resort, Photo courtesy of Anse Chastanet/Jade Mountain Resort

By the way, in case you are wondering, Jade Mountain was previously featured in The Bachelor. Jake proposed to Vienna at the Jade Mountain Resort. Who could resist the view? The Jade Mountain Resort is definitely one of the most romantic resorts in St. Lucia.

Jade Mountain where the bachelor was filmed

Here’s another photo of Jade Mountain where The Bachelor, Juan Pablo relaxed. Photo courtesy of Anse Chastanet/Jade Mountain

On a sour note, Juan Pablo was later rejected when Andi revealed that she was not in love with him. Viewers also learned of Andi’s absolute distaste for the repetition of the words, it’s okay. Don’t tell Andi that it’s okay unless you have a lot more to say than that.

Lastly, the rose ceremony for the overnight dates episode was shot at the Boucan, where Chris Harwell told the last two remaining bachelorettes, Nikki and Clare, that Andi was no longer there. Juan Pablo himself informed them that Andi simply did not want to spend the rest of her life with him. So, there were only two roses left and Nikki and Clare received a rose at the rose ceremony at the Boucan in St. Lucia.

The Bachelor Specials in St. Lucia

Speaking of rose ceremonies, several of the resorts in St. Lucia, including the Boucan and the Anse Chastanet have special romance packages ready for the droves of anticipated travelers and Bachelors fans to the island. The Anse Chastanet has a Red Rose Proposal Package which runs between March and November. Guests can choose between Superior, Beachside Deluxe, and Hillside Deluxe suites. Packages range from $2,770 to $4,327, depending on the dates of the stay and the room type. The Red Rose proposal includes three nights at the hotel, with a free 4th night, airport transfers to and from the resort, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. Couples also receive one romantic dinner on the beach with a bottle of champagne. Rooms must be booked by May 31st.

The Boucan

Photo courtesy of the Boucan

The Boucan, set among cocoa trees,  is offering a five-night stay for two for $7,600 in a Cocoa Pod Luxe lodge. A few of the highlights of the package are a chocolate-making class, a boat trip to a beach with a chef-prepared lunch, two full-bodied cocoa massages, a candle-lit dinner near the infinity pool and breakfast, lunch, and an a la carte meal every day of the day. Guests must book the package before December 31 2014 for stays from the present to December 31, 2015.