- Anse Marcel
- Baie du Cul de Sac
- Baie Longue (Long Bay)
- Baie Rouge, Hillside
- Baie Rouge
- Beacon Hill
- Cay Hill
- Cole Bay
- Dawn Beach
- French Cul de Sac
- Friars Bay
- Gibbs Bay
- Grand Case Beach, L Atlantide
- Grand Case Beach
- Great Bay
- Guana Bay
- Happy Bay
- Little Bay
- Maho Bay
- Mullet Bay
- Nettle Bay
- Orient Bay
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Recent St Maarten reviews
"I rented this place with 3 of my friends and we were not disappointed! A great view, close to Pinel Island, Grand Case, Orient Village and of course the view of Orient Beach and St. Barts in the distance. The pictures are exactly how the condo looks. There is a grocery store nearby for food to get while on your trip if you want to cook at home. Kitchen has pretty much everything you need! We all decided we would love to come back to this condo as well as the island. What a great experience! The owner and her daughter were always quick to respond to questions via email, and very flexible when my flight got delayed and we had to check in later. Thanks Sabine and Suzon!"Guest: Meaghan M. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 22, 2014View listing
"I have not even checked out yet, but wanted to go ahead and post this. If you want to be in Grand Case, this is the apt. you should get. WHY? 1) Location is central Grand Case 2) Best views EVER, you have your private beach view and a balcony overlooking Grand Case main street. 3) You could not be closer to the beach 4) Apt is lovely, clean, well stocked 5) The doors open all the way across, if we were in the apt, we spent every minute on the patio 6) the boats 7) private beach access, the sound of the waves is so soothing 8) walking distance to the best restaurants in St. Martin, the only negative is that there are too many to choose from 8) the owner was responsive and most helpful For you Americans, remember you are in France. The apt has several adapters for your use, I never had to use the ones I brought. Jean-Pierre, it would be nice to have instructions for how to use the appliances in English! Bring CASH, most restaurants and shops will let you pay dollar for euro if you pay in cash. Grocery store across the street had the basics of what we needed for our stay. We did not rent a car but there is a garage if you do, which is rare. Very cool boulangerie and pharmacy down the street. We did not have a bad meal but are going to have to go on a diet when we get back! I use VRBO all the time, and am delighted with this choice!"Guest: Atlanta Visitors Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 23, 2014View listing
"To keep things concise, here's a point form breakdown of our experience at La Calanthe in July, 2014: Convenience - A very short drive from the airport, Marigot and Philipsburg! Very conveniently located near two grocery stores and a few decent restaurants. Kim Sha beach is less than 10 minutes by foot but we opted to rent a car from AAA and visit other more beautiful beaches instead. A great location! Safety - Gated and with Coco and Bruno right next door with their sweet dog Chanel, we always felt safe. We always locked up at night just as Coco and Bruno asked. There are lots of gated homes with guard dogs in this neighbourhood so it felt very safe. We did walk the road to Simpson Bay a couple of times but only did so during daylight. Water - Pool was awesome. Huge deck with a variety of loungers etc. Ocean was great for snorkelling and easy to access from the ladder. Watch the currents on windy days as they can become very strong if you're not a solid swimmer. Kitchen - All the amenities we needed as well as a BBQ outside. Oven takes a long time to heat up so try to use the BBQ for all meals. Rooms and Baths - Lovely and clean. Nice linens and frequent changing of towels. Lots of room to spread out in common areas although we rarely stayed indoors except to sleep! Tips - Rent a car as there is so much to see and do on this island and everything is so close relative to what we're used to in Canada! If you like to snorkel check out Little Bay on the Dutch side and Baie Rouge on the French side. Downfalls - Nothing really other than the mosquitos which were quite active during our stay, day and night, inside and outside. There are no screens on the windows or the porch and there is some lush vegetation on-site, so the bugs were a bit of a nuisance. We kept the bedroom and bathroom doors closed all day (a/c on at night only) and used lots of repellant with DEET. We did get many bites regardless but hopefully it's just a result of the rainy season. All in all an impeccable experience. And what a view! Highly recommended for LGBT families as well, given how comfortable we were made to feel."Guest: KWTraveller1980 Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 28, 2014View listing
"Our stay was wonderful. I counted 75 steps to the beach and what a lovely beach, a view of some of the mountains, boats in the harbor-really big personal craft, houses on the hillside, Oh, my!. The people are wonderfully nice at the hotel and on the island. Driving is a bit scary, get the smallest car you can but everyone watches out for everyone else. We had a Mustang convertable and it seemed big but I am not spacially challenged. Very nice restaraunts throughout the island and this location is one of the best for lots of restaraunts. More than can eat at in a month but nothing is well marked so if you're not adventurous, stay home or eat at the hotel. It was very nice too. Not hard to find just 2 right turns and follow the signs. Have a navigator so you can watch the road and he/she can look for the signs. First time is almost a bit scary going to Mary's Boon but after a trip or two it's delightful. Have faith and just keep going. One thing about this island is that if you keep going long enough you'll end up back where you started from Due to mechanical problems our flight was cancelled and we were put up in a fancy, smancy newer hotel on the French side. Impressive place but we decided we liked our little place at Mary's Boon better."Guest: Chuck K. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 15, 2014View listing
St Maarten Travel Tips
St. Maarten Resorts Present a Personal Holiday
Do you want a personal stay, where it feels like the owners have set everything up just for you? If you want a kitchen for home-cooked meals, a centrally located home, and the sunrise outside your bedroom window then St. Maarten lodging is precisely what you need. Act now as every year, more and more people find the little gem that holds St. Maarten resorts. You will have your pick of St. Maarten rentals along the coastline on Antilles.
The Antilles and St. Maarten Lodging
Antilles is a large island in the Caribbean waiting to greet you with perfect St. Maarten rentals. The island is owned by the French and the Dutch which peacefully share the land. St. Maarten is the Dutch side of Antilles, which is also the smaller portion of the landmass. The French spelling of St. Maarten is St. Martin, which helps you locate the proper St. Maarten lodging when you plan your vacation. The climate at St. Maarten resorts is a sunny and balmy 80 degrees Fahrenheit virtually year-round, so you can visit at any time of year.
St. Maarten Rentals near Ruby Bute’s Studio
A true delight for many vacationers to St. Maarten rentals is visiting Ruby Bute, one of the most famous island artists. She creates botanical landscapes and images of island life through her paintings and poetry. Her studio and gallery are open in Marigot, north of downtown near Friar’s Bay. You might want to call first to make sure she is welcoming visitors for the day you plan the trip, and bring local currency to come home with one of her reasonably priced prints.
Island Gambling at St. Maarten Resorts
St. Maarten lodging is conveniently located near the island’s 12 casinos. All of these casinos are located on the Dutch side and with gaming in the European mode. Spend your late nights inside the St. Maarten resorts' casinos, and your days along the various beaches.