Grand Case Beach Club Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This low-key, down-to-earth hotel in picturesque Grand Case has an authentic island vibe with bougainvillea-draped, cottage-style buildings and two serene beaches. And it's still a gem for travelers intent on quiet, beachside relaxation, plenty of on-site activities, and lush tropical grounds -- all within walking distance of the island's best restaurants, cafes, and bars.

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 This low-key, down-to-earth hotel in picturesque Grand Case has an authentic island vibe with bougainvillea-draped, cottage-style buildings and two serene beaches. And it's still a gem for travelers intent on quiet, beachside relaxation, plenty of on-site activities, and lush tropical grounds -- all within walking distance of the island's best restaurants, cafes, and bars.
This low-key, down-to-earth hotel in picturesque Grand Case has an authentic island vibe with bougainvillea-draped, cottage-style buildings and two serene beaches. And it's still a gem for travelers intent on quiet, beachside relaxation, plenty of on-site activities, and lush tropical grounds -- all within walking distance of the island's best restaurants, cafes, and bars. This low-key, down-to-earth hotel in picturesque Grand Case has an authentic island vibe with bougainvillea-draped, cottage-style buildings and two serene beaches. And it's still a gem for travelers intent on quiet, beachside relaxation, plenty of on-site activities, and lush tropical grounds -- all within walking distance of the island's best restaurants, cafes, and bars. Set along a winding road on the edge of Great Bay, the highlight of the 257-room Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort & Casino is the breathtaking coastal views from the restaurants (like the Bay View restaurant), pool deck, lobby, and most guest rooms. And a stunning (and tourist-free) beachfront and two excellent pools (one with swim-up bar) add to the appeal. This 37-room beach hotel along Simpson Bay is certainly no luxury resort, but an amazing beachfront location, small spa, and lush grounds full of character make it almost impossible not to appreciate Mary's Boon. And a breezy ocean-view location and exceptional prices make Tides Restaurant a worthwhile stop during your stay. A central location on a quieter portion of Simpson Bay places this 140-room resort close to virtually every attraction on the island's Dutch side. Solid amenities include a pool with swim-up bar, a fitness center, a cocktail lounge, family-oriented activities, and the beachfront restaurant Cabana Beach. 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.The privately owned Topper's restaurant on Flamingo Beach Resort's beachfront is a second Simpson Bay outpost of a beloved island hangout. Really though, you are just paying for the atmosphere, which is lively, friendly, and all about having a great time at the beach. 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. With several on-site restaurants and bars boasting exceptional views, the Snack Bar is one of the best for a quick bite with a great seat. The stylish 54-room Holland House Beach Hotel might be missing a pool, spa, and fitness center, but its location in the middle of Philipsburg gives guests the best of everything else -- step out the front door, and you’ll find some of the island’s best shopping on Front Street. And just out the back door, Great Bay Beach and the Caribbean Sea await. The excellent on-site restaurant and bar Ocean Lounge Restaurant is an added bonus. The stylish 54-room Holland House Beach Hotel might be missing a pool, spa, and fitness center, but its location in the middle of Philipsburg gives guests the best of everything else -- step out the front door, and you’ll find some of the island’s best shopping on Front Street. And just out the back door, Great Bay Beach and the Caribbean Sea await. The excellent on-site restaurant and bar Ocean Lounge Restaurant is an added bonus. 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. The hotel also has a relationship with most of the restaurants around Orient Bay, allowing guests to charge their meals directly to their rooms. This includes Coco Beach (located just seconds from Esmeralda), which provides free beach set-up service for guests. 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. For dining, the casual option is their beachfront Beach Bar, which has daily lunch and dinner twice a week (including Monday nights' lobster barbecues). Located within an upscale community featuring several resorts, restaurants, and one of the island's best beaches, the colorful 56-room L'Hoste Hotel has just the basic features with a deserted pool, and a breakfast-only restaurant. But a one-minute walk to Orient Bay and the hotel's partner restaurant (La Playa), bar, spa, and boutique gives guests additional resort-like amenities -- all for budget-hotel prices.
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