Turquoise water views, a full-service spa and an on-site casino are among the prime perks guests find at the oceanfront Simpson Bay Resort and Marina on the island of Saint Maarten.
The New Flamboyant Building Unit F 14 Available week 5 : 2/03/18 - 2/09/18 & week 6 : 2/10/18 - 2/16/18
Simpson Bay Resort & Marina recently completed an all-encompassing renovation project that transformed a landmark vacation complex into a premier modern resort in St.Maarten. The renovation project rethought, upgraded, and perfected every aspect of the guest experience at this paradisiacal destination – upscale accommodations, a distinctive and new dining option and extraordinary public spaces all received intuitive updates.
TWO BEDROOM SUITE
2 King Bed & 1 Queen or 2 Twin Murphy Beds. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. 32-inch LCD TV and DVD player. The in-room kitchen includes a refrigerator, a stove with oven, and a microwave. The private bathroom has a walk-in shower, as well as a hair dryer and a makeup/shaving mirror. A second bathroom, air conditioning, and a separate living room are among the conveniences offered. This room is Non-Smoking.
Grab Bars in Bathrooms
Hairdryer In Room
Cribs available on request
International Direct Dial
Memory Foam Mattresses
Wireless Internet Connection
Discover an island that blends the legacy of two European cultures: France and the Netherlands, together with all the beauty of a Caribbean getaway where the skies are the only borderlines. St. Maarten is located at the northern of the Lesser Antilles, southeast of Puerto Rico, offering a place full of wonders and passion that should be explored on your vacations. Sail across the waters that divide the Atlantic Ocean from the Caribbean Sea and climb the legendary mount of Concordia, live to explore your own spirit in paradise.
Sint Maarten, the Dutch area of St. Maarten, holds the important port of Philipsburg, also a major cruise ship destination. This waterfront town, boasts a variety of duty free shops, jewelries selling dazzling diamonds and emeralds, restaurants, bars, casinos and clubs. Naval heroes, pirates and smugglers, merchants, estate owners and slaves have all left their mark here, and rumors of a buried treasure still persist! The island is certainly a historical gem decorated by natural beauty.
ST. MAARTEN TRAVEL TIPS
The boardwalk by the Caribbean at sunset is popular among locals and visitors.
Visit the bustling Marigot Market on Wednesdays and Saturdays to sample fresh seafood, fruit and vegetables locally grown, crafts and more.
In early March, the island hosts the Heineken Regatta and the 12-meter sailing challenge.
Taste Creole cuisine in one of those tiny restaurants called lolos.
Most of the casinos are on the Dutch side, open from noon until 2 a.m. all days of the week.