St. Martin/St. Maarten Hotels
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La Samanna

La Samanna Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Easily the most luxurious resort in St. Martin, the 55-acre La Samanna resort brings tranquility to an otherwise tourist-filled island. Featuring two beautiful pools, an extensive wine cellar, a yoga and Pilates studio, a European-style spa, and the island's most pristine beach, this 81-room, eight-villa retreat is hard to beat. The vibe is about as fancy as it gets for St. Martin, so of course everything -- from the nightly rates to the dinners and spa treatments -- comes at a sky-high cost.

The Westin Dawn Beach Resort & Spa, St. Maarten

The Westin Dawn Beach Resort & Spa, St. Maarten Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 314-room Westin Dawn Beach's mostly ocean-view rooms, lovely double-decker infinity-edge pool, expansive beachfront grounds, and extensive list of amenities and activities make it a solid option for families and couples. But the overpriced restaurant options are average (especially considering closures during low season). And bigger, better rooms certainly can be found elsewhere -- though not at any of the resorts with comparable amenities.

L'Esperance Hotel

L'Esperance Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This low-priced, all-suite hotel in Philipsburg has no gym, no spa, and no restaurant. The only extras are a small but well-kept pool and a spacious and breezy lounge. What's worse, the suites’ living rooms lack air conditioning (which can prove unbearable in certain climates). But incredibly low rates for extremely spacious suites with kitchens or kitchenettes, and a lovely location just five minutes from two beautiful beaches make this 22-unit hotel worthwhile for those on a budget.

Simpson Bay Suites

Simpson Bay Suites Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 18-unit condo hotel in Simpson Bay offers some of St. Maarten's most affordable and spacious rooms. And on that strength alone it's a great choice for families who want plenty of space to stretch out and a full kitchen for homemade meals. Still, this place is cheap for a reason: minimal service, no pool, no restaurant, no fitness center, and no beach access. For a beachfront and more amenities at comparable prices, head to Mary's Boon Beach Resort.

Princess Heights

Princess Heights Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Perched on a dramatic hill above Dawn Beach, this 51-room condo property has jaw-dropping views. A rooftop pool and spacious balconies take advantage of the vistas, and full kitchens and pull-out couches are ideal for families or groups looking to save. There is no restaurant, bar, or spa, but Princess guests have easy access to the casino, beach, shops, and several dining options at the megaresort Westin next door.

Esmeralda Resort

Esmeralda Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located within an upscale community featuring several resorts, restaurants, and one of the island's best beaches, Esmeralda Resort's colorful Creole-style villas offer seclusion and elegance with semi-private pools (shared among four units), stylish tropical rooms, and a well-respected restaurant -- all within a two-minute walk to the beach. Additional features are few, but for self-sufficient couples and families looking for a lush retreat with a great location, Esmeralda delivers the goods.

Sonesta Maho Beach Resort & Casino

Sonesta Maho Beach Resort & Casino Rating: 3.5 Pearls

By far the biggest resort in St. Maarten, this 534-room behemoth is a veritable village with two towers, two pools, three restaurants, the island's largest casino, direct beach access, and a 40-boutique shopping center. Most of the rooms have fresh, modern decor and balconies, though the expensive Wi-Fi is a bit excessive. The crowds can get big and even a bit boisterous. But for families and lively vacationers looking for a playground of a resort, the Sonesta Maho Beach Resort & Casino is a top choice.

Palm Court Hotel

Palm Court Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This quiet, new age-style hotel in the peaceful Orient Bay beach community has just the basic features with 24 identical Junior Suites, a small pool, and bar/cafe (with strictly limited hours). But little details give the property something special: Lush grounds filled with cozy hammocks; a bohemian, colorful design scheme; and secure, gated entry create a distinct charm and sense of privacy.

Flamingo Beach Resort

Flamingo Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 240-room, family-oriented resort on Simpson Bay’s Pelican Key is flanked on two sides by the beach, and boasts full kitchens and balconies in every room, a large oceanfront pool, a lively beach bar and restaurant, and beautifully manicured grounds. Disappointingly, the beaches are crowded (often with non-hotel guests) and some rooms are outdated, but for this combination of huge condo-style units and resort-style amenities, the price is more than fair.

The Atrium Beach Resort & Spa, a Festiva Resort

The Atrium Beach Resort & Spa, a Festiva Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

For a medium-sized hotel, this 87-room beachfront property has a lot to offer: a beautiful beachfront with water sports and beach bars, a small pool, a lovely spa and salon, and a fitness center. Updated rooms are bright and colorful, and all have balconies and full kitchens. There is no on-site restaurant (though several are mere steps away) and the pool is tiny, but for a hotel with this many features, the rates are excellent.

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What's Your Style?

  • Beach
  • Luxury
  • Resort
  • Romantic
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Locations

  • Baie Longue
  • Grand Case
  • Orient Bay
  • Oyster Pond
  • Philipsburg
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Bar at Pool
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Sonesta
  • Westin
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