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A unique combination of French and Dutch, visitors who visit this picturesque island will discover two separate countries, St Martin and St. Maarten. A small 37-square-mile stretch of land, St. Martin is the quiet French area of the country boasting a vibrant harbor full of colorful boats and secluded coves, while St. Maarten is known for being filled with high-energy and lined with luxury resorts and lively beach bars. No matter where you stay, you’re sure to find vibrant cuisine, a wealth of white-sand beaches and friendly hospitality to ensure that your stay is truly memorable. From late night casinos to world-class shopping, travelers love the island for its abundance of activities, cultural diversity and thrilling water sports to indulge in. Known for its top-notch diving, snorkeling and sailing, visitors who come to St Martin and St. Maarten are spoiled for choice in how they want to spend their vacation days. Oozing with sunshine and warmth, discover the top resorts in St. Martin/St.Maarten.

Grand Case Beach Club

Grand Case Beach Club (Prices & Photos)


Located in the northernmost part of the French side of the island, Grand Case Beach Club is a secluded resort with two cottage-style buildings. Near two picturesque private access beaches, visitors will find lush tropical gardens and plenty of on-site activities for visitors to enjoy. Guests are also walking distance to many of the nearby attractions, including the island’s top restaurants and bars. Guests who visit will discover 71 intimate rooms with white adobe walls, walk-in showers and modern appliances. Upgraded rooms come with stunning ocean-front views, while all guests can enjoy a long list of water sports, tennis court and an on-site cafe serving a variety of international cuisine.
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Belmond La Samanna

Belmond La Samanna (Prices & Photos)


Located along the island’s most scenic beach, Belmond La Samanna is situated on 55 acres of picturesque grounds. Boasting 81 rooms, guests will find a complex of two-story white adobe buildings and a handful of luxury private villas that sit amongst the clifftops. Here guests are encouraged to lie in a hammock and soak in the garden views and tranquil ocean breeze. Boasting a 30-foot long pool, freeform infinity pool and private beach cabanas just a few steps away, guests have plenty of reasons to stay on the resort, but for those who want to explore the area can also book a day cruise around the island. Ideal for families, guests have access to both French and English-speaking nannies, fun-filled activities in the Camp La Samanna and can use bracelets that will alert parents when their child gets too close to the swimming pool.

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Diamond Resorts

Royal Palm Beach Resort (Prices & Photos)


Located on Simpson Bay, the Royal Palm Beach Resort is ideal for those traveling in large groups and for families with kids. Boasting 140 spacious condo-style rooms, a range of one to three-bedroom rooms include full-service kitchens and flat-screen TVs. Guests who stay here are treated to an extensive list of amenities, including a beachfront restaurant, pool with a swim-up bar and a cocktail lounge. A focus on family activities is a highlight here, in addition to jet-ski rentals, massages and a large shopping center all available on-site. The resort’s Cabana Beach Bar and Restaurant serves up a menu of casual fare and is located only steps from the beach.

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Sonesta Ocean Point Resort

Sonesta Ocean Point Resort (Prices & Photos)


An adults-only all-inclusive resort, Sonesta Ocean Point Resort boasts a Caribbean style with 5-star luxury. Guests can choose from 129 suites with three sparkling pools, three bars and 24-hour room service. Bright and spacious rooms feature private balconies or terraces with breathtaking views and come equipped with small dining tables, soaking tubs and 400-thread count cotton bedding. The hotel’s restaurant Azul dishes out delicious Mediterranean cuisine while perched above a cliff, and the Sunset Lounge and Bar is the perfect place to capture panoramic views overlooking the ocean.

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Oyster Bay Beach Resort

Oyster Bay Beach Resort (Prices & Photos)


A stunning resort perched on a picturesque coral reef, Oyster Bay Beach Resort overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Offering guests a tranquil oasis, here you’ll be treated to luxurious amenities in 182 modern rooms. Ranging from Studio to Two-Bedroom Penthouse layouts, bright decor and tropical art adorn its walls. A long infinity pool sits as the resort’s centerpiece, while access to the nearby beach can be reached on foot. Two on-site restaurants serve up a variety of cuisine, while happy hour is the ideal time to soak in the ocean views from the restaurant’s balcony. A small shopping strip is where guests can find a plush spa and its long list of relaxing treatments in addition to a mini-mart that offers convenient access to order food on the go.

The Westin Dawn Beach Resort & Spa

The Westin Dawn Beach Resort & Spa (Prices & Photos)


With 317 luxury guest rooms, The Westin Dawn Beach Resort & Spa offers 15 luxury suites with romantic French doors that lead to awe-inspiring ocean views and one of the top spas on the island. Located on one of the islands best beaches, guests here will be welcomed with access to beautiful Caribbean sights. Spacious rooms are cosy and quiet, with modern amenities like flat-screen TVs, Starbucks coffee and signature Heavenly brand mattresses to ensure a comfortable night of rest. Guests have an abundance of activities to choose from during their stay. Fill your itinerary with treatments from the pampering on-site spa, relaxing at the double-decker infinity-edge pool or go on an adventure through resort’s nearby scuba diving spots. Guests can even take local ferries to the luxury islands of St. Barts and Anguilla during the day.

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Sonesta Maho

Sonesta Maho Beach Resort & Casino (Prices & Photos)


An all-inclusive property, Sonesta Maho Beach Resort & Casino is located in St. Maarten’s Maho Village, the nightlife center of the island. Guests can choose from 395 rooms with upgraded rooms featuring separate living rooms, furnished balconies and stocked minibars. The resort boasts a long list of first-rate amenities and facilities, where guests will find fun-filled games during the day ranging from volleyball to dance classes in addition to the swim up pool bar, separate children’s pool and a cascading waterfall. Just walking distance to the multiple entertainment venues, clubs and the island’s largest casino, guests are spoiled for choice in nightlife options. The on-site Maho Serenity Spa offers a variety of relaxing body treatments ranging from massages to body wraps and body scrubs.

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