Nestled between two of most beautiful white-sand beaches in the Caribbean, Grand Case Beach Club is an intimate St. Martin hotel located ten miles north of the airport and a short drive from the seaside village of Marigot. The quiet Caribbean Sea laps at the soft sands all day long, and the sky puts on a free show with each fiery sunset. Guests will appreciate incredible ocean views and full resort amenities during their stay in one of the quaint, pastel-colored houses. The warm, relaxed atmosphere of St. Martin's encourages guests to explore unique opportunities in the area; golfers will love nearby Mullet Bay Course, and a dazzling array of watersports are available for vacationers wishing to take full advantage of the turquoise waters. Look no further than Grand Case Beach Club for a sun-soaked St. Martin resort experience.
Located several miles north of Grand Case Beach Club, Mullet Bay Course's 18 holes run alongside verdant stretches of island scenery and remain the exclusive option for golfers on St. Martin.
Back at the resort, guests enjoy complimentary access to watersports like sailing, snorkeling, paddleboating, and windsurfing. Excursions to the beautiful islands of Anguilla, St. Bart's, and Saba are also available.
Grand Case Beach Club offers guests the complete resort package without any anxiety or stress. Sunset Cafe serves a complimentary continental breakfast each morning and grilled Caribbean specialties during the afternoon. At dinner, the eatery transforms into a candle-lit French restaurant, perfect for romantic beachside meals.
The resort's accommodations are not typical hotel rooms. French-influenced furnishings and broad spaces contribute to the novelty of these apartment-like guestrooms. All rooms come with full kitchens and flat-screen TVs equipped with cable. Lush, sweeping vistas reflect light into the blended living rooms and kitchens, and plush beds and comfortable couches provide opportunities to relax.
LocationFrench St Martin - Beach
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TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 1880 reviews
This place is awesome! The rooms are well appointed and spacious. The balcony overlooking the ocean with a bottle of wine is just what you’ll need to unwind. There are 2 amazing beaches and the side of the restaurant has chair service . The staff overall were attentive but Sabrina is a superstar ❤️ Everything was perfect and even better than we expected!! Planning our return visit
1st time visiting this island. Nervous from all the hurricane destruction. Needed a place to just relax and reflect before a major surgery. Room was very clean. Small quaint resort. Everyone including the guests were super friendly. Most guests were 20 year plus repeat customers...that speaks volumes!!!! Never met a stranger there. It was quiet and very safe...always a security guard was roaming round and highly alert. Saw pics of the hurricane destruction…..amazing recovery. The pool was very nice but so was the beach and ocean.
Great spot - on the beach!
Just returned from a one week vacation in Sint Maarten. The hotel is literally on the beach and if you stay on the first (level) floor you open your back door to the beach. Rooms are brand new, amazing shower and equipped with a brand new kitchen and appliances. Staff is very nice as well. Best restaurants in the island on walking distance - safe walk. St Maarten was really destroyed by Irma in 2017 so I encourage everyone to pay a trip to this amazing place to help them rebuild.
They care and are working hard to rebuild
Pros Beach (2) Friendly Working hard to restore whole hotel Nicely renovated 2 bed room options Clean Cons Better lock on sliding door to allow exit beach side Hard bed Firm foam pillows Could rake beach better Close to others Doves may wake you Bright in room early we slept with eye mask If you’re staying in St. Martin, I prefer the French side for the nearby restaurants. And here is the best spot. But know that the area is still rebuilding from Irma 2017. We went to Anguilla first and loved it. So, St Martin felt a little like a let down. But I’d recommend this place for sure. They’re doing everything they can to be friendly, rebuild, and have a good location.
Great place to stay for FAMILY VACATION!
My family of 4 stayed at this hotel earlier this week during our family vacation. We LOVED it. It is more like CONDOS than a hotel. We had the 2 room loft, with plenty of room for everyone and 2 bathrooms upstairs plus one small bathroom downstairs. The kitchen is handy if you want to prepare breakfast or snacks. They do have laundry facilities on site (not in our room), and my wife used them once. They worked well, but were PRICEY (around 28 Euros to wash and dry 4 loads of clothes... ouch!). The beach next to the Sunset Cafe is beautiful and relaxing, but kind of small. The hotel had plenty of beach chairs/umbrellas for guests at no extra charge. You can walk down the beach further, but the rest of this beach is covered with black rocks that make it uncomfortable to walk on. I loved the fact that you can PARK right in front of your room! This made it easy to load and unload the luggage into the room. One of the best things about this hotel is you can easily walk (5 minutes) into Grand Case for dinner at the Lolos (which I strongly recommend) or one of the many 5 star restaurants. You can also walk to town to grab breakfast at a french bakery (delish and cheap!) or stop by the small grocery store to stock up on snacks and bottled water. ONLY negative I can think of is the pool atop the Sunset Cafe (which is clean and has stunning views of Creole Rock and Grand Case) does not have much shade. They only have a few chairs next to one small tree. The rest of the deck is NOT SHADED. They really need to add umbrellas. Also, they don't have waiters at the pool, so be prepared to walk downstairs to get your own drinks. Again, this is more like CONDOS than a hotel. I'm so glad we stayed at this hotel on the french side of the island for most of our vacation. We also stayed at another hotel in the dutch side for 1 night, but the traffic there was aweful. The french side is more quiet and relaxing. NOTE: The french side is still showing lots of damage from Hurricane Irma. I'd say only about 60% is recovered.... meaning there are LOTS of buildings and homes around Grand Case and other french towns that are missing roofs/damaged and uninhabited. The dutch side of the island recovered from this hurricane much quicker and is probably 80% back to normal.