09. Mar, 2011

St Maarten hotels – Mullet Bay

St Maarten hotels – Mullet Bay

A popular destination for surfers and snorkellers, Mullet Bay is a large beach with gorgeous white sands and a fringe of tall palm trees. It borders the only island golf course. Mullet Bay’s charm is that it has something for everyone: its admirers range from surfers and sun worshippers to families and couples. A picturesque […]

09. Mar, 2011

St Maarten hotels – Cul-de-Sac

St Maarten hotels – Cul-de-Sac

Cul-de-Sac is a beautiful beach on St Maarten’s northeastern coast, oft-visited by small boats travelling to offshore islets Tintamarre and Pinel Island. North of Orient Bay Beach, and overlooked by the mayor’s colonial mansion on green, verdant hills, Cul-de-Sac is truly picturesque. The Paradise Inn is a conveniently located hotel and guest house complex with […]

18. Jan, 2011

St Maarten hotels – Marigot

St Maarten hotels – Marigot

Originally a fishing village, Marigot is the capital of St Maarten’s French side. Delightfully French in atmosphere and spirit, the city is small (only four streets wide) and cosy. Marigot is home to Fort St. Louis, sitting on a hill overlooking its stunning bay – the fort itself was built by King Louis XVI during […]

18. Jan, 2011

St Maarten hotels – Baie Nettle

St Maarten hotels – Baie Nettle

A long stretch of calm beach on the French side of the Simpson’s Bay Lagoon, Baie Nettle has only become a vacation destination in the past twenty years. With its flat, placid waters the beach is a prime spot for watersports like skiing. Baie Nettle offers the convenience of Layla’s Beach Bar, boasting a delicious […]

18. Jan, 2011

St Maarten hotels – Cupecoy Beach

St Maarten hotels – Cupecoy Beach

Cupecoy Beach, a small, clothing-optional beach, can be found at the southwest corner of St Maarten. The beach is home to unusually calm waters and spectacular rock formations. A relatively quiet location, Cupecoy Beach’s white sands are backed by limestone cliffs. Cupecoy Beach is also renowned for its welcoming attitude towards LGBT travellers. The far […]

24. Nov, 2010

St Maarten Hotels – Philipsburg

St Maarten Hotels – Philipsburg

Situated on a narrow stretch of land between Green Bay and Great Salt Pond, Philipsburg is the capital of St Maarten.  Steeped in history you’d be forgiven for not being aware Christoper Columbus discovered Philipsburg in 1493 (well actually it was already an Arawak settlement before he made the discovery). As for the name – […]

18. Nov, 2010

St Maarten Hotels – Anse Marcel

St Maarten Hotels – Anse Marcel

Surrounded by hills with a wonderful white beach Anse Marcel may well be a top candidate for that St Maarten All Inclusive experience. Situated on the French side (Northern area of St Martin) Anse Marcel is a quieter destination then others.  Very close to Grand Case – so there will be plenty to do. The […]

08. Nov, 2010

St Maarten Hotels – Orient Bay

St Maarten Hotels – Orient Bay

Situated on the French side of the island (East side) Orient Bay is home to one of the finest beaches on the Carribbean, if not the world, two miles of white sand – what more could you ask for? Orient Beach is the most busiest and liveliest beach on the Island. The Bay is also […]

03. Nov, 2010

St Maarten Hotels – Oyster Pond

St Maarten Hotels – Oyster Pond

Oyster Pond is situated in on the border between St Maarten and St Martin. Situated on the East of the Island, Oyster Pond is a wonderful marina. Great hotels, great restaurants. You can even catch a ferry to Barth. Perfect if you’re a sailor! But what’s that I hear you say? You want to know […]

25. Oct, 2010

St Maarten Hotels – Simpson Bay

St Maarten Hotels – Simpson Bay

If you’re contemplating a stay within St Maarten then you may well have considered Simpson Bay as an ideal location for your vacation. Simpson Bay is situated close to Princess Juliana Airport this lagoon has something for everyone (plane spotters included). The stretch of beach at simpson bay runs from the Royal Palm Beach Club […]