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My wife and I observed this Pond or Bay from several vantage points on our private 4 hour tour of both sides of the island. We did not see any hurricane damage. This is a large bay located between the Dutch and French sides of...More
Absolutely enjoyed our time at this hotel. Not the place to go if you want the loud party scene as the demographics are mostly geriatric, which at 33 is pretty much my scene. Otherwise, stay in Simpson Bay for a younger, party scene. A bit...More
Though the main marina is still gone ( and will be till at least 2020) there is the smaller Oyster Bay resort marina. Still closed are Big Fish restaurant (may open in say March) and Mama's Pizza (not soon if ever.) A VERY narrow and...More
Stayed at the Oyster Bay Resort the week of July 23rd and our 2 bedroom ocean front room was perfect. The resort had taken a beaten from hurricane Irma but they are coming along quite well on phase 2. The pool was nice and refreshing...More
This whole area has been completely devastated. Being a regular visitor of St. Maarten, nothing could have prepared me for what I saw! It looks like a war zone. Almost everything has been leveled by the hurricane.