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"The honeymoon was absolutely amazing, the resort was breathtaking & the service was extraordinary! They took really good care of us & the GM even set us up in the Prime Minister suite which was so beautiful. I couldn't have asked for a better honeymoon. Thank you so much for everything you did for us. We really appreciate you!"

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St. Maarten/St. Martin Destination Information

Dutch St. Maarten and French St. Martin share a celebrated island and its own distinct charm, with the combined effect being a magnificent crossroads of colonial and Caribbean splendor. The luminous beaches are brilliant golden crescents, where you can snorkel, dive, windsurf and kayak in the stunning, warm and crystalline waters. Away from the beach lie colorful open-air markets, sites rich in colonial grandeur, acclaimed restaurants of every flavor and variety, and an artistic community that brings the world's cultural elite to celebrate this tropical brilliance.

Hotels & Resorts in St. Maarten/St. Martin

La Samanna 
Coral Beach Club 
Radisson Blu Resort Marina & Spa St. Martin 
The Westin St. Maarten Dawn Beach Resort & Spa 
Alamanda Resort 
Esmeralda Resort  All-Inclusive available
Grand Case Beach Club 
Le Domaine Resort & Spa 
Divi Little Bay Beach Resort  All-Inclusive available
Hotel La Plantation  Boutique
Oyster Bay Beach Resort 
Princess Heights 
Sapphire Beach Club & Resort 
Sonesta Maho Beach Resort and Casino  All-Inclusive available
Hotel Beach Plaza 
Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort & Casino  All-Inclusive available

Fun Fact
: The Arawak Indians were the first to inhabit the island of St. Martin/St. Maarten. They left their homeland in the Orinoco basin of South America and migrated along the chain of islands in the Caribbean. They gave it the name "Sualouiga" meaning "Land of Salt" for the salt-pans and the salty water they found here in great abundance.