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.
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TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 1862 reviews
Diamond in the rough.
After being hit by the terrible hurricane this Little jewel is fighting its way back. The rooms that are complete are so nice with small kitchens to prepare some of your own items a beautiful but small pool. No pool bar. Beach is amazing and team members very helpful. Only one restaurant and very limited menu. Would need a car or taxi to take you to Marigot for other meals. Peaceful excise if you don’t mind some construction still. Not Many places you can walk right Freon your room to a beautiful ocean. Only steps. Go go visit and help rebuild
Perfect French Boutique Hotel
GCBC is the most perfect boutique french hotel and refuse to stay anywhere else in St. Martin! My husband and I have stayed their three times, our most recent being in May 2019 and first visit since Irma. The hotel looks wonderful! The rooms are fresh, clean, and airy and have beautiful views of ocean and Grand Case. The staff could not be nicer and more accommodating. Sunset Cafe is beautifully located on the beach, with the most spectacular views of you guessed it, the sunset as well as Creole Rock. At night, I love being able to walk down into Grand Case from the beach club, with so many restaurants and shops easily accessible. I have a hard time wanting to stay on the Dutch side of the island because I am completely in love with GCBC and all Grand Case has to offer. You will not regret staying at this amazing special hotel.
Great to be back home
Grand Case Beach Club is the only place I will stay on the island. Stayed for the first time in 2015 and will never stop. I was heartbroken when Irma took my home away from home from me last year and was so eager to return. As always; I was not disappointed. The rooms are similar as to before but with a touch of a little more class. Beautifully appointed with those lovely new paintings too! I was overwhelmed upon my return and the tears flowed as we passed through the gate. Just like years passed... the moment I stepped into my room and opened the curtain Pablo (the cat) was waiting for me. UGH... more tears came. I was so happy to see him, as I worried about the kitties so much and so sad to learn my dear Ginger had passed. Two minutes later I am out to Sunset cafe and as I hoped the lovely and amazing Sabrina was there waiting with drink in hand. Talk about tears now. Sabrina is a special lady and every GCBC regular knows it without a doubt. I don't think a smile left my face for seven days straight. GCBC simply makes me happy and warms my heart. Sure, there have been some changes...some construction going on as well. Normally construction would bother me, but not this time as I knew they were rebuilding part of my 'Home". EVERY staff member is so gracious and welcoming and they ALL go out on a limb for guests. Not even sure I can use the word guests as we are actually more like a family. The people one meets while staying at GCBC are amazing and with each visit the list of family grows. Special shout out, again, to my girl Sabrina, Julio (security) Chantel (Sunset Cafe...you will be missed) Magda for taking care of my sweet Caribbean kitties and Jerome (Creole Rock Watersports) for still running a tight ship. I have been gone three days and miss you all so much already. Until next year !
This was our 9th visit to this lovely hotel and it won’t be last.From the day we arrived till the day we left was as Allways amazing.all the staff friendly service couldn’t have been better they are the best.Big thanks to front desk girls Christine Roselyn Ruth for making our stay memorable.Will see you guys next May.
Better than ever
This was our fourth trip to Grand Case Beach Club, and our first visit since hurricane Irma. We were worried that damage from Irma would change our opinion of GCBC and the town of Grand Case. I'm happy to report that we love it as much as ever. Yes, there is some visible damage in the town, but construction is ongoing, and most of the great restaurants are open for business (and are as amazing as ever!). Lolos are going strong. We walked downtown almost every night for dinner. A security guard on the street near the hotel provided extra comfort, but we never felt uncomfortable during the walk. GCBC looks great! Construction is still underway in one area, but I was never disturbed by noise. The beach area is clean and tidy as always. Rooms were clean and comfortable (we had a loft) with a beautiful balcony and sunset view of the Caribbean Sea. The staff is as friendly and accommodating as always. Internet connection was great, and new USB ports allowed recharging of phone and other devices without the need for a converter. There is still good snorkeling all around the rocks at the Sunset Grill, and the north end of Petite Plage. Or, if you want to venture out, the folks at Creole Rock Sports are happy to arrange an excursion. (We did a trip to Anguilla on the Scooby Too). Beach chairs and umbrellas were available ever day. We always gather a few supplies (snacks and beverages) at a nearby store to reduce our dining and bar costs. And we've leaned a pleasant "bonjour", " merci", and "s'il vous plait" are always welcome. In short, GCBC is back better than ever, and it's still the place we love for quiet relaxation.