Marquis Boutique Hotel

Anse Marcel Pigeon Pea Hill,, Anse Marcel 97150 St Martin / St Maarten
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The Marquis is an intimate and exclusive 4star boutique hotel located in Anse Marcel Cove on St Martin's French side. The 18 spacious room & suite accommodations have private terraces and a dramatic view of the ocean. Breakfast & restaurant services can be enjoyed in your room or around the pool. A full service at the beach is provided for hotel guests and a shuttle is at their disposal anytime. This secluded paradise's reputed personal service adds to its appeal.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Tennis court
Babysitting
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Wifi
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Shuttle bus service
Business Center with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
Concierge
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room service
Safe
Telephone
Minibar
Flatscreen TV
Complimentary toiletries
Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
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4.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Ocean View
Languages Spoken
English, Polish

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Anse Marcel Pigeon Pea Hill,, Anse Marcel 97150 St Martin / St Maarten
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MEF wrote a review Jun 2004
Cambridge, Massachusetts20 contributions56 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We were lucky to find this charming hotel, perched on the top of a VERY steep hill, on the French side of St. Martin. Small and private, the Marquis is really more like an inn. In fact, the people who work here gave us so much personal attention, that it was almost as if they'd invited us into their home.

The Marquis feels very French (although everyone speaks English fluently)-- perfect for francophiles like us. Our room was huge, with a cathedral ceiling, a king-sized bed and a comfortable seating area.

I'm saving the best for last--the view from our terrace! Phenomenal! Way below us was the beautiful cove of the Anse Marcel beach. We just loved eating breakfast (included) on the terrace, with that view. Plus, these were probably the best breakfasts we've ever had. (Imagine a combination of French and tropical: freshly squeezed oj, a plate of tropical fruit, real, flaky croissants and great coffee.)

The hotel has a pretty, small swimming pool, but we chose to swim at the beach--very calm water.
We were too lazy for the steep trek down (and back up), so we had the hotel shuttle whisk us down and pick us up.

The hotel also has a spa, which we never did try. (Next time. . . ) There is no restaurant at the hotel, but you can order room service. Anyway, French St. Martin has so many good restaurants--both French and Creole, that we drove to a different one every night. You need a car--or taxis-- to get around, but the hotel staff actually picks you up at the airport!

Finally, some more good news: The Marquis is SO reasonably priced for a nice Caribbean hotel (especially off season).
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Global10532 wrote a review Mar 2004
Monroe, NJ3 contributions23 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband arranged a 5 day stay at the Marquis Resort and Spa in Ance Marcel, St. Martin. When we arrived we felt like celebrities being whisked away to a mountain top retreat! The resort concierge arranged to pick us up at the airport (which was 30 mins away) and take us to the resort.

First , let me say, this is NOT a big sprawling resort with lots of bars and restaurants. This place is where you want to be if you want peace & tranquility. It is high atop a mountain overlooking Ance Marcel cove. It is decorated in Creole style, bright tropical decor. There are only 17 rooms at this place.....so you are treated as though you are a guest at someones home. The concierge is available to you for all your needs. They will drive you down the mountain (The Meridian resort is right at the base of the mountain) where you can utilize all the amenities free of charge. The beache there is beautiful and they have a couple of nice pools and restaurants at the Meridien. La Locando restaurant at the Meridien is a nice place to eat. They will even pick you up when you are ready to go back up the mountain. You can walk up and down the mountain if you like, getting down is a cinch....coming up is a workout! The Marquis has a small pool with a bar. They also have priviliges at the Spa and Gym next door which is very nice. You are served a continental breakfast by the pool from 8am-11am. This is included in the room fee. When we were there (March, 2004), we usually had the entire area to ourselves. Sitting on the veranda surrounded by the beautiful mountains of St. Maarten was surreal! The staff is kind and very helpful.

Just a reminder....rent a car to get to the other side of the island.
We rented a car for 2 days at a cost of $90. Cabs will charge $20 to get from one place to another.

Also, bear in mind, it is extremely expensive to eat there. An average dinner for two (with one glass of wine each) was approx $120! Lunch averaged $40 for a burger or sandwich!!

All in all, I enjoyed my stay at the Marquis Resort. 5 days was plenty of time to get to the beach, eat in nice restaurants and do some shopping in Philipsburg. I would recommend this place to anyone. One exception....there really is not much for the kids to do. Reserve the Marquis for a romantic getaway for 2!!! Don't forget sunblock....
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lujo423 wrote a review Nov 2004
Union, New Jersey1 contribution16 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I just got back from St Martin and I wanted to give an honest review of this resort. Reading a review on Travel Advisor helped me pick the Marquis and I'm glad I did. It was our 5 year wedding anniversary and I wanted something a little different than the typical carribean resort...that's exactly what we got. If you want amazing service and a small, quiet, modest resort, you will love this place. Really important...this resort is NOT on a beach and the pool is really small. You are literally on top of a mountain and the entire resort has a "rustic" quality. The beds are low to the ground and the bathrooms are very nice but not modern. The view from our balcony was breath-taking, the breakfast in the morning (hot chocolate croissants, croissants and french bread, fruit and fresh squeezed OJ) was included and incredible, the staff and the service all get really high marks. Think bed and breakfast rather than mega resort and you won't be disappointed. Forget the spa, it's just not that great and very expensive. However, I admit I was pretty impressed with the gym (for the islands).
St. Martin itself is awesome. Great beaches, amazing restaurants and friendly people really make this island one of our favorites.
All in all, we loved the Marquis. The director, Amaury and his staff (especially David) make you feel like royalty. They were incredibly friendly and helpful and really made our stay "something out of the ordinary". If you think "glitz and glamor" you will be disappointed, if you think "peaceful and remote" you'll be more than pleased.
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Reji P wrote a review Apr 2012
Parlin, New Jersey194 contributions103 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Read the reviews and checked out the hotel website over and over again before committing to 5 days and 4 nights at this Hotel. Stayed from April 8th - April 12th.

April 8th: After a very tricky drive to the other side of the Island we arrived at Marquis. The staff at this place is just amazing. Without them this is just a $90 a night hotel.

We checked in at the front desk and we were taken to our rooms. When I walked in, me and my wife just looked at each other and thought, this cannot be the same room we saw on the website. The room was very outdated and it needed plenty of care. It looked like a Motel room to me. There was NO VIEW like we saw on the website. There was no way I was spending rest of my vacation in this room. I spoke to the lady at front and she was very pleasant and willing to help us out. But we had to wait till the next day so the manager was on site. I called Expedia and informed them if possible please cancel the remaining stay at this hotel and find me a new one. They took my case and said they would contact the hotel directly and get back to me.

We decided to spend the night in this room and make the best of it. We decided to take the shuttle and go down to the Hotel Le Domaine which allows the guests of Hotel Marquis to use its beaches, restaurants and other facilities. We wrapped up our first night here hanging out at the beach, bar and enjoying some good food.

April 9th: Expedia never called me back. I went to the hotel lobby and the very nice lady at the desk was already aware of the issues I had with my room ( I assume Expedia contacted them) She informed me that the Manager OK'd her to give us an upgrade at 60 Euros a night additional charge, and she will include free Breakfast with this offer.

The new room looked a bit better, the bed sheets and covers were more colorful and looked cleaner.

This room had the view we saw on the hotels website (still not worth the money they were charging) We were happier but not fully satisfied. We decided to stay the remaining days/nights here only because of the wonderful staff. The hotel is in a very secluded location, it is very private. Getting up and down to this hotel is NOT an easy task and not everyone can do the drive. If you do not rent a car, you will be stuck in the rooms with the great views and wonderful staff. You cannot get around without a car.

Our remaining stay here was trouble free as we did not spend much time in our rooms. We were there only to sleep after a day in town or hanging out at the beach.

Final Verdict:

If you are looking for a very private/secluded getaway with someone, this place is ideal. The staff at this hotel is great. Fabio, Rosemary, Eltra (hope I spelled it correctly) are just wonderful people and without them, this hotel will not survive. The pool and grounds are kept very well and it gives you a feeling you are in a private residence rather than a hotel. Every time we were at the pool, it was just us..there was never anyone else.

If you are looking for a resort type environment with plenty of people at the pool and always something going on, this place is NOT IT.
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Date of stay: April 2012
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Stay in Anguilla or St. Barth room.
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Grandma Sparkle wrote a review Jan 2006
Clearwater, FL1 contribution10 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I booked a seven night stay at Hotel Marquis through SkyAuction. According to their website there was a pool, rooms had water views, etc.

Upon arrival we found there was no pool, absolutely no water view (we faced the hotel across the street) and no on-site parking. Our upgraded room (deluxe terrace) was very large but definitely in need of a little TLC. I doubt it had been painted in years. My husband hated the fact that it had a bathtub with handheld shower but NO shower curtain - he took a lot of Shamu baths! However, the porch was fabulous - half the size of the entire room with couch, two easy chairs, cocktail table, dining table and four chairs AND a hammock swing. We spent many hours relaxing there. There are two restaurants 'on-site' which is helpful as you are pretty isolated in this location. However, Grand Case is only about 10 minutes away as is Orient Beach.
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Pathfinder10342 wrote a review Jul 2005
New York2 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We have visited the island of St. Martin many times and never thought to stay in the Anse Marcel region. What a great experience. Amaury and his staff made us feel comfortable and the view from our hotel room was spectacular. If you're looking for a relaxing get-a-way this is the place.
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Date of stay: July 2005
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Mac_and_Jack11 wrote a review Apr 2012
Brooklyn, New York, United States2 contributions8 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We just got back from a short trip to St. Martin and had a wonderful time.

Pros: The view was stunning, our rooms was spacious, the staff was courteous and helpful, and the breakfasts were delicious. We got a great deal on our last-minute reservation.

Cons: Unlike the rooms on the website, ours was not recently updated-our bedding felt old, our toilet didn't like to flush, and our sliding doors (we were on the first level) didn't lock. Also, the staff frequently came into our room without knocking, probably at least 5 times during our two day stay.

Other:
We enjoyed the freedom of a rental car, but don't rent from Rent a Wreck. We truly got a wreck of a car.
We kayaked out to Pinel Island for a day and it was great.
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Date of stay: April 2012Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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michyuk wrote a review May 2011
England44 contributions55 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
My Fiance and I stayed here for two nights as a break from our work on a yacht and were not that impressed, the pool area was a building site and truely dangerous, the room was lovely and spacious but we were in the delux and had two rooms but there was no were to eat at a table inside (it rained one morning, Breakfast was OK and didn't try room service) there was a birds nest on our belcony which i love nature and would not dream of touching but the cherpping kept me awake the first night. there was only one sun lounger on the belcony even though there was more than enough space (two belconies). The staff were fantastic but when you pay the price of a 4 star hotel you expect the little things that come with that. We went into the bay for dinner on the first night to find that the hotel bus nearly left with out us as it was past his finishing time (we were two minutes behind the phone call as it was quite a walk from the beach resturant to the car). Everything looked tired even if it was end of season. and all resturants and beaches and shops were either a taxi ride or the hotel bus when running.
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Date of stay: May 2011
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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lettilen wrote a review Apr 2010
Manchester, United Kingdom1 contribution7 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
The website shows the Hotel Marquis in a much better light compared to the reality.
Although the staff was friendly and willing to help/advise about what to do/see, the hotel was very disappointing for the following reasons:

a) the premise is in need of some maintenance and clearly does not look like a posh 4 star hotel
b) my room was not very clean (dusty, smelly and pretty run down).
c) breakfast absolutely disappointing. We were given exactly the same choice of food for all our stay (bread and marmalade, croissants and fruits). On our last day we could not even look at a croissant again!
d) The SPA is a joke! I wonder how they can define themselves as a "Boutique Hotel and SPA"!

To summarise, Hotel Marquis is NOT a 4 star hotel! There are some other 4 star hotels in the same area (Le Domaine, Radisson) which are absolutely on another level! To my opinion, Hotel Marquis is a 3 star hotel.

I would NOT recommend Hotel Marquis as it is disappointing to see how misleading is they way they promote themselves through their website.

In a nutshell, if you are looking for a lovely place with immaculate rooms, soft and beautifully scented bed linen, delicious breakfast and impeccable service, then Hotel Marquis is NOT the place for you!

Thanks
L.
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Date of stay: February 2010
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Francis M wrote a review Aug 2009
Jakarta3 contributions10 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed three nights in Hotel Marquis late February 2009 after booking from overseas with Expedia.fr. The food was kind of acceptable for one night but certainly not two or three in a row. The pool area where the grub is served was filthy. The room was ok but the safe did not work. The European staff was helpful enough to bring in a large and heavy spare safe down the room but not helpful to the point of setting it up for me. They let me figure out how to. They wouldn’t bother to do that for a USD400.00 per night guest you see. It had two locks and a complex dual security system which took me over an hour to work out.
My stay went on fine although I failed to understand how the place could qualify as the « spa » it croaks up to be. I settled my bill in cash for extras when checking out and asked them to arrange a local boat trip which I then paid a deposit for and left them 12 euros on my extras bill as their cashier did not have any change on that morning. They issued me with a regular paid invoice for these extras and noted in long hand their 12-euro due on it. I told them I may stay again if I found it convenient in conjunction with that trip four days later and that I would telephone them anyway if I did. When living the premise one wooden shutter near the exit door fell down on my head. I had a badly bruised scalp as a result and NOT A WORD of apology for it, or a minimum expression of concern from the staff present. They just let me amble away to my car and looked the other way.

I never contacted the wretched place after that. The very bad news came three weeks later on my credit card statement: Hotel Marquis had illegally charged me THREE ADDITIONAL NIGHTS, i.e. close to 900 dollars for the nights I had “promised” them to spend there in conjunction with that boat trip for which I made a no show. Now read this: HOTEL MARQUIS HAD ILLEGALLY USED MY CREDIT CARD AND CHARGED IT AFTER, REPEAT AFTER, I HAD CHECKED OUT FROM THEIR HOTEL, while the card was in my possession and while I stayed in another hotel.

I had signed NO reservation – and let alone any “booking conditions” – with them in connection with that charge. I wrote them emails from Europe requesting them to reverse the credit card charge: in their reply, they send me a “voucher” for three nights I could spend in their place in the future for free if I wanted to. Now that’s what you would call some “hard selling tactics” !

It took my bank and their bank three long months of negotiation to settle the issue and have this illegal use of my credit card compensate and the charge reversed. I had to write over a dozen letters and fill out half an inch of complain forms to see my money back.

Now you are warned: If you like to take chances, book your stay in Hotel Marquis, but don’t let them fiddle with your credit card while you are there, and double check your next credit card statement after that. But my best piece of advise is: stay away. Don’t test them. I did that for you. And oh by the way, they tipped themselves of my 12 euros in the process.
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Date of stay: February 2009
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled solo
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Response from floroSaintMartin, SALES MARKETING at Marquis Boutique Hotel
Responded Dec 13, 2009
The Marquis Boutique Hotel would like to respond to the criticism above because we deeply believe that our part of the story should be heard. When Mr… came to the Marquis hotel, we took good care of him. Every night, we made the necessary arrangements so that he could eat right next to the pool instead of having a regular room service. We also took the time to help him out with the booking of a four day stay in Saint Barths. We called the hotel several times to take care of all the arrangements and to make sure that everything was confirmed. Mr… was so happy with our services that he told us he wanted to come back to our hotel after his Saint Barths getaway. He even had us arranging for a boat trip on the day following his return to Saint Martin. He paid for the boat trip, and, as he said, we did not have any change which we apologized for that very day. However, it didn’t appear to us as such a big deal at that moment since we knew (or at least we thought) he was coming back a few days later ; So we blocked our last room for Mr…and thus refused lots of bookings because of it. At that period of the year (High season) that « no show » undoubtedly lead to a shortfall in earnings. However, Mr…did not even bother calling us to let us know he was no longer coming and thus cancelling. That is how, we ended up charging Mr…’s credit card. As for the shutters incident, we strongly deny what Mr… said. So if you want to visit Saint Martin, don’t just settle on that criticism but feel free to book a room and check for yourself. However, if you still have a doubt, take a look at the other comments which will provide you with a much more constructive feedback and above all realistic idea of what Le Marquis hotel is all about.
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Answer from floroSaintMartin
saint martin2 contributions
Hello, we have restaurant right down our hill about 2 minutes by car. We strongly advice you to rent a car. I you have any other question please feel free in calling or email us. Hope to see you soon. Best regards Gwen
Michael H asked a question Apr 2017
Venice, Florida6 contributions2 helpful votes
Is the beach just below the hotel Orient Beach ? What is the cost of an umbrella ?
Michael H asked a question Apr 2017
Venice, Florida6 contributions2 helpful votes
Do we have to pay for the chairs and umbrella at the beach ? If so, how much ?
Answer from wbonn
Mohnton, Pennsylvania12 contributions4 helpful votes
The average price of the chairs at the beach was 10 euro per chair at orient beach and most of the other beaches.
Michael H asked a question Apr 2017
Venice, Florida6 contributions2 helpful votes
Do we have to pay for the chairs and umbrella at the beach ? If so, how much ?
Answer from Dee P
Toronto, Canada32 contributions20 helpful votes
The Marquis provides you with a voucher, so there's no charge.
Answer from floroSaintMartin
saint martin2 contributions
Hallo :) I think everything is said, I am so greatful to my previous guests to have described everything so well :) A HUGE THANK YOU and I hope to have you stay here with us soon! Have a sunny day Moira OLIVIERI GM
Gavin R wrote a tip May 2017
New York City, New York23 contributions8 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Best Views in practically all the rooms."
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jokomo2014 wrote a tip Apr 2017
Brick, New Jersey8 contributions19 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"pay for more than a superior rate if you want something that resembles the pictures shown"
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John B wrote a tip Feb 2017
New York City, New York1 contribution1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"the hill sits atop a steep hill!"
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Dee P wrote a tip Feb 2017
Toronto, Canada32 contributions20 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ocean-view suite is well worth the splurge!"
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GoldenGirl wrote a tip Feb 2017
Ellington, Connecticut16 contributions14 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Room 102 had an amazing view of Anse Marcel beach."
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LOCATION
CaribbeanSt Martin / St MaartenSaint-MartinAnse Marcel
NUMBER OF ROOMS
18
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Which popular attractions are close to Marquis Boutique Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Tijon (0.8 miles), Parotte Ville Bird Sanctuary (3.9 miles), and Tintamarre Island (3.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Marquis Boutique Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Marquis Boutique Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Marquis Boutique Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Marquis Boutique Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
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Conveniently located restaurants include Bistrot Caraibes, Le Bistronome Sxm, and Le Sous Marin.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Marquis Boutique Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
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Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
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Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
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Yes, guests have access to a business center and meeting rooms during their stay.
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The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Polish.
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