|Per week||$2,500 - $4,500|
The atmosphere on the French side is a magnetic combination of Caribbean Creole and cosmopolitan France. The food is typically of high quality, yet you can dine in casual clothing. Some of the beach restaurants, particularly at Orient Bay, deliver menus that would grace the finest restaurant – without the price! Marigot, the capital is an eclectic mixture of open-air market, fresh fish stalls and high quality boutiques and restaurants. It has two marinas, the smaller and more sheltered of which, Marina Royale, allows you to lunch or dine within touching distance of the water’s edge.
The Dutch side can be livelier, with its discotheques and casinos. The shops in Front Street provide an unrivalled opportunity to buy high quality jewellery at duty free prices. Simpson Bay Lagoon, close to the airport, houses some of the most sumptuous private cruise yachts in the world.
|Dec 01 2013||Apr 30 2014||-||-||$3,000||-||-|
|May 01 2014||Nov 30 2014||-||-||$2,500||-||-|
|Dec 20 2014||Jan 03 2015||-||-||$4,500||-||-|
|Lodging tax: 8%|
|Deposits: 30% on booking.|
Newton Abbot, Devon, UK
May 18, 2006
My husband, myself and our two teenage daughters spent the 2006 Easter fortnight at Villa Clarissa in St Martin. I can honestly say that it was the best holiday that we have ever had. The villa is beatiful, private and has breathtaking views and Orient Beach is a fantastic resort. Waking up to a view of St Bart's and taking a dip in the private pool was the beat way to start the day. The island of St Martin/Sint Maarten has to be seen to be believed. We are already planning our next trip!