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Esmeralda Resort
Ranked #4 of 8 Hotels in Orient Bay
Certificate of Excellence
Port Perry, Canada
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21 reviews
16 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 85 helpful votes
“A Very Pleasant Stay”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 3, 2007

We visited Orient Beach for the 4th time in May and stayed at Esmeralda for the 1st time. Probably not the last.

I don't have much to add to the previous reviews. We also stayed in the lowest grade room and found it more than suitable. Clean, quiet and comfortable.

The almost private pool was especially welcome and it made for easy late evening or early morning swims to cool off or just for fun. The lounge chairs around it made for a pleasant, shady respite from the hot sun at midday and we never had to share the space with others.

We spent the entire week in the Baie Orientale area as the beach restaurants provide great lunches at varying prices (some near the more crowded south end of the beach are almost reasonably priced) and for dinners the restaurants around the square in the village (a 10 minute walk at most) were more than satisfactory with prices lower than those in Grand Case. The small grocery store provided wine, beer, bread, milk and other basics.

L'Astrolabe (Esmeralda's own restaurant) proved to be an excellent choice one evening (it also had special lobster and surf and turf nights with live music) . The restaurant at La Plantation almost directly across the road was also very good, and very close.

The staff at the hotel and at Coco Beach were very friendly and helpful (they didn't even laugh at me...at least not while I was within earshot.... when they had to send someone to open the room safe that I had somehow managed to lock without knowing the combination ).

Instead of being upset by the early morning naturists I would recommend joining them and maybe going down to Club O for a skinny dip sometime during the day. No one will worry about what you look like or what you are or are not wearing and the feeling of freedom just might motivate you to to join them for a morning stroll while the temperatures are moderate and the sand gravity hasn't become too strong.

  • Liked — Uncrowded, quiet, close to beach and great food, "private" pool
  • Disliked — Nothing
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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8 Thank grenadierca
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed May 28, 2007

We had a great stay at the Esmeralda in our deluxe room.

PROS
Great service from the moment we checked in. We conveniently parked our car in front of our villa. The room was large, quiet and clean with lots of storage space. It had loft-like high ceilings with a ceiling fan and A/C. The fridge was useful for storing water. Room also had a large updated bathroom with separate toilet area and a safe for valuables. The housekeeping women were sweet and helpful and left us beach towels everyday. Bed was comfortable and we enjoyed the terrace with table and chairs.

Loved the easy access to Coco Beach and the beach chairs and umbrellas, which were set up daily between 9am and 4:30pm. Many water sports are available as you walk down further as well as restaurants. Nudists walk the beach, particularly in the morning and that was my first exposure to well, that much exposure, but I knew what to expect after reading reviews here.

CONS (if you can call them that)
The room furnishings are nice albeit a bit sparse in such a big room. Room could easily accommodate a couch or chaise, which would really spruce up the place and provide another relaxing place to read. The shower gave us hot water our first day and lukewarm water the remaining 6 days but it was so hot outside it did not matter.

We were told that the rooms had WIFI but ours did not. We had to go to reception and use the internet kiosk for 1 hour/$15. I know you do not go to a beach resort for internet but we had important info to check and chose this resort because it advertised WIFI. This was no real inconvenience though.

FOOD
This island is expensive! Food in Grand Case was good overall but you get the feeling of being ripped off because of the price. Fish Pot was ok but not worth nearly $100 for only 2 entrees. Our favorite meal was at L’Escapade ($1 = 1 euro) – a better buy but still pricey. Did not care for Spiga, bad food and service. Same goes for Greenhouse Café on the Dutch side - $70 for 2 entrees and an appetizer consisting of deep fried tasteless seafood.

Overall, we loved the accommodations and service at the Esmeralda. Looking forward to going back.

  • Liked — large comfortable rooms and easy beach access
  • Stayed May 2007, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Location
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Check in / front desk
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Service
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Business service (e.g., internet access)
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6 Thank sheluvsblu
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed May 10, 2007

We stayed at the Esmeralda on Orient Beach, St. Martin in late April 2007, and we had a great time. The recent reviews are accurate. The Esmeralda is a low-rise villa style hotel with units spread out among the grounds, each with its own small private pool. The photos we have seen online do not do it justice. The grounds are absolutely beautiful, with palm trees and flowering tropical plants of every variety surrounding the villa buildings and providing a lot of privacy. Although the resort was fully booked, we hardly ever saw anybody else on the grounds or around their pools. The area was incredibly quiet and peaceful, and truly felt like paradise.

We stayed in a "superior" room, which is actually the cheapest kind, but it was more than adequate. The room was large, and while the interior furnishings were not extravagant or luxurious, it was always clean and everything was in working order. The maids leave clean beach towels, in addition to the bathroom towels in your room each day. The kitchenette is really just a mini-fridge, a two-burner stove, and a small sink, with no real counter space. There were enough dishes and pots and pans for two people. It was adequate, but do not plan to cook anything extravagant. We prepared all breakfasts, lunches, and even three simple dinners there, and it was fine. We ate outside on the private patio, overlooking the beautiful grounds and pool. Everything on the French side is extremely expensive, so I recommend buying groceries on the Dutch side to save money.

The Esmeralda is at the far north end of Orient Beach, with a long stretch of deserted beach past it to the north. This is one of the best locations on Orient Beach, in my opinion, because it provides the best balance between the excitement and watersports of the southern end and the peacefulness of the less-densely populated northern end. Let me be clear about Orient Beach, which is a very unique location: First of all this a french island, so toplessness is common. Do not go to the French side of St. Martin if this bothers you. It is very natural, and on some days in front of the Esmeralda a woman with a top on would be strange. Orient Beach is also clothing optional. The far south end has a large beach with a naturist resort. This is not a swinger's place or anythng like that, but there are a lot of people completely nude there, and they are in plain sight, with no wall hiding them from view. In the morning before about 9 or 10am, nude people walk the whole beach. These are mostly middle-aged or old men. You really need to understand this before you go, and again, if it bothers you--don't go to Orient Beach. It was quite an interesting collection of people on Orient Beach. There were people of all ages and nationalities there.

The beach area in front of the Esmeralda is called Coco Beach, and hotel guests get free use of the chaise lounge chairs with very nice, thick cushions on them and an umbrella. There is a restaurant, bar, snack bar, small gift shop, bathrooms, and a massage area at Coco beach. The staff will wait on you at your beach chair, and you can charge it to your room. There is also a section for being nude if you want at Coco Beach, although it is much smaller than the rest of the area.

All in all the Esmeralda was really paradise for us, and we can't wait to go back.

  • Liked — The location and the beauty of the grounds.
  • Stayed April 2007, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Value
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Location
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Check in / front desk
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Service
Helpful?
8 Thank Upabove
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Georgia
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 430 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed April 14, 2007

Near the north end of Orient Bay, Esmeralda provides a relaxed atmosphere, away from the bustle of the cruise ship crowds, blaring speakers, and high-energy activities further south, But all these are just a short walk down the beach, including parasailing, banana riding, ocean trampolines, sailing trips, and boat rides to nearby nearly deserted islands.

Facilities and service – The rooms are large, with king-sized bed in ours, with limited kitchenettes containing mini-fridges, microwaves, and two-burner stove tops. Ours was part of a quadraplex sharing a pretty pool bordered by palms and flowers, with lounge chairs that were almost always empty. We had breakfast on the small private deck adjoining our living area, overlooking the pool. A/C kept the place cool if you needed it; otherwise, the fan suspended from the cathedral ceiling provided plenty of breeze, again, if you needed it. Reception desk was very friendly, helpful, and always available, with a Miami Herald each weekday morning if you just can’t stand being without the news. Fresh beach towels were left in our room each day, and the magnificent beach was just a short walk away from the room. Only these small negatives: pillows on the bed were small and hard, a little like an oversized airline pillow; TV reception was sporadic; flatware and cooking gear very limited; and the price. None of those factors will deter us from returning to this fine resort!

Beach – We agree with others who disapproved of the nudes parading up and down the beach from the nudist resort at the south end of Orient Bay, although most of them limited this activity to the morning hours before about 10. It’s apparently legal under French law, but you would think they would have some consideration for those who come from cultures that find such behavior upsetting, particularly for those with children. There is a small area partitioned off for au naturel sunbathing at the beach in front of Esmeralda, but those folks kept to themselves and were not a distraction. To those for whom this would ruin a vacation, take note. Also, in reluctant defense of the nudies, surely a person traveling to a French island would do some minimal amount of reading about it beforehand. But back to the beach: it’s wide, with blinding white sand, crystal clear water, plenty of activities as well as quiet spots, and in our opinion, one of the best in the Caribbean.

Food – OK, if this isn't your first or second reason for going to St. Martin, you may skip the rest of this lengthy posting—but, the FOOD! Forgive us for prattling on about it, but we must tell you about the food. First, the best bargain meal on the island, Poulet d’Orleans. Three or four miles away from Esmeralda, on the main road to Philipsburg, this home-cum-restaurant is run by the family who lives there, all of whom are superior in their service, friendliness, and cooking abilities. I had the grilled yellowtail snapper, she had the barbecued ribs, each of which came with corn on the cob, yellow rice, beans, fried bananas, potatoes, broccoli, carrots, squash, and at least one other green vegetable which we didn’t recognize, but all of which was delicious. All this, with a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc, for $43. plus tip. If you read to the end of this posting, you’ll see what a bargain this was.

Baywatch – Toward the south end of Orient Bay, this popular, funky beachside eatery serves up a breakfast, and a wide variety of lunch specials. We split a great steak sandwich and fried onion rings, plus a cola and “BBC” at lunch time for $28 including tip. Another warning to the squeamish: fortunately, I didn’t see the 60+ year-old topless woman eating with her friends until my wife pointed her out at the end of the meal.

Tap5 – The thin crust pizza, freshly flipped before your eyes, is a delight for a light meal. 18 euros, with beer and wine—another great value. In the little shopping village about midway down Orient Bay.

Kangaroo Court – Across from the courthouse in Philipsburg on a side street, for a nice lunch and great drinks. Go through the main dining/bar area to the cool courtyard in the rear.

Kakao – This begins our truly fine dining adventure, followed by the three entries below. You don’t expect it from a place in the sand at Orient Bay, or for a place that serves only lunch. But this is THE culinary experience in the beach area. Conde Nast’s recommendation was right on target; seated in the little two-to-six person thatched-roof dining areas in the sand, you can enjoy a marvelous view of the beach action while awaiting your gourmet meal over the best rum punches on the bay. We split one appetizer, a main course, and three drinks for 45 euros. This was such a surprise, we made it back for our last meal on the island after our noon checkout from Esmeralda. Did we mention the rum punch?

Le Pressoir – Great French cooking and superb service; what more can we say? On restaurant row in Grand Case, a 10-minute drive from our room, as are the following two restaurants. Bring your credit card. One appetizer, two main courses, a bottle of wine, and one dessert for $175.00, including tip, this could easily have topped $200. But, hey, second mortgages are at historically low rates, and you aren’t likely to see this kind of meal back home!

L’escapade – We made a reservation in person the evening before our meal, which perhaps earned us the table overlooking the picturesque harbor in Grand Case, with a flotilla of sailboats in the foreground and the lights of Anguilla in the distance. Taste, presentation, and service were all outstanding, and dollars in cash were accepted one-for-one for euros. This reduced the price of the meal by about one third, and is offered by only a few of the fine restaurants in the area. So if you have cash, “bring a sack and save a lot.”

Le Tastevin. Our last evening fine dining experience of the trip. Seated y the waterfront again, everything was perfect, until two-thirds of the way through the meal, the impeccable service dropped away, and the bill included an $8. bottle of sparkling water which we neither ordered nor were served. What happened? Did I mistakenly call someone a three-headed pig while showing off my limited command of French? Did I use the wrong fork? We’ll never know, but will surely try the place again next trip. About $150 for one appetizer, two main courses of fish, shrimp, and scallops, a bottle of wine, two desserts, and tea. Great wine selection, which included a muscadet with a Wine Spectator rating of 80, at 20 euros a bottle. If we win a lottery before the next trip, maybe we’ll try a couple of the $400 bottles. Can’t wait to come back to St. Martin and Esmeralda!

  • Liked — Location
  • Disliked — Price
  • Stayed April 2007, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Value
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Location
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Check in / front desk
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Service
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Business service (e.g., internet access)
Helpful?
10 Thank Charlie S
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed April 12, 2007

We stayed at the Esmeralda the 2nd week of March, we have been going there with several other couples usually twice a year. When we made the recent reservations we had only one request, king bed and you guest it, we got two doubles. The staff was somewhat sympathetic but we were stuck with two beds for the entire time which was unfortunate. Otherwise the Esmeralda was great, the rooms, deck and pool were clean and well maintained and the grounds were very nice. We always go to the L’Astrolabe for evening drinks and sometimes dinner, Thomas and Ameen are great hosts!
Our attraction to the Esmeralda beside what is stated above is the privacy of the decks and pool where clothing optional is permitted by the hotel. Also, Coco Beach, which is the restaurant/beach area affiliated with Esmeralda has a clothing optional section, or I should say, they had previously. Coco beach does not allow nude bathing anymore, they are making it a family beach/restaurant area as of our visit. For years this had been a premiere clothing optional beach and was always so busy that sometimes there were no lounge chairs available. The good news now i, there is plenty of room, the place is deserted because it offers nothing. The nude bathers went to Club O…very nice beach area but very busy. The families go to the other beach clubs that have outdoor sports and activities. What was left at Coco Beach were a few old people and some college kids doing their thing, smoking pot, underage drinking and talking on the phone. Very sad departure from the past and undoubtedly this will hurt Esmeralda’s clientele. This property was an idyllic setting for couples to dress as they pleased while maintaining a high level of class and respect for everyone.
This fall we will go to Esmeralda again and drive to Club O, they welcome the business and you can get a week pass which includes parking on their property. The rest of our group will be scouting out other properties on Orient Beach including Club O. Oh, forgot to mention Bay Watch on Orient Beach….excellent food, fun and very nice people!

Stayed March 2007
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Indiana
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 8 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed March 19, 2007

We spent a lovely week at The Esmeralda Resort at the end of Feb/beginning of Mar. The resort rooms have a cottage like atmosphere. The kitchenette was handy, we had no microwave in ours. Bring a converter for any electronics that you might take along.

There is a short walk to the beach. I enjoyed the villa like atmosphere of the resort, and preferred it to an ocean-front, megacomplex, all-inclusive type of resort. Much of the staff was very friendly and helpful, others had a bit of an attitude, but all in all it was very enjoyable.

There are many restaurants within walking distance. Walk down the beach to 'Bikini Beach", go benind the beach restaurant, and you will find a small plaza with several restaurants, a small grocery, and some other shopping. We bought coffee, beer, wine and some food items at the grocery to save a few bucks so we didn't have to go out for every meal, the restaurants in St. Martin are expensive (but generally very good!). A big recommendation to the Safari restaurant in that complex...great food and a very friendly wait staff. We ate there twice and loved it both times. I would not return for Lobster night at L'Astrolabe... although the music was good, the lobsters weren't all that great.

Try Yellow Beach on Pinel Island, just a short drive and a short ferry ride from the resort. While it's quite breezy on Orient Beach, the beach on Pinel is on the leeward side of that small island so it's sheltered. There is some pretty good snorkling on Pinel.

French St. Martin has much more of a European flavor than the few other islands that I've visited in the Caribbean. Be prepared for some nudity on the beach, as well as an occasional 'attitude' toward Americans.

  • Liked — location, villa atmosphere
  • Stayed March 2007, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Value
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Location
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Check in / front desk
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Service
    • 2 of 5 bubbles
      Business service (e.g., internet access)
Helpful?
8 Thank monarda
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Manhattan, NY
Level Contributor
6 reviews
6 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 37 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed March 15, 2007

My boyfriend, another couple & I stayed here a few days after our friends wedding in Anguilla. We didn't realize how big the island is & we had other friends on the Dutch side of the island & as a previous review said, taxi's add up fast. Definitely rent a car - it's cheap and worth it & there's a lot to see outside of the resort. The hotel itself was really nice. Big rooms, clean & modern bathrooms, private pools, nice restaurant....the only thing i lacked was not having an ocean view. The beach is gorgeous....a lot of stray dogs though. Also, if you're planning on dining outside of the hotel at night, my advice is to ask around. You can't see much of anything from the beach.
Overall pleasant experience & I'd go back for sure.

Stayed June 2006
Helpful?
5 Thank ~seeingthew0rld~
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Property: Esmeralda Resort
Address: Baie Orientale | BP 5141, Orient Bay 97071, St. Maarten-St. Martin
Location: Caribbean > St. Maarten-St. Martin > Saint-Martin > Orient Bay
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #4 of 8 Hotels in Orient Bay
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:4 star — Esmeralda Resort 4*
Number of rooms: 64
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
ESMERALDA RESORT, situated on the magnificent white sands of Orient Bay in French St. Martin offers just 65 rooms and suites spread among elegant tropical gardens in 17 villas. Esmeralda is the only four star hotel in St Martin on Orient Beach.Esmeralda's Coco Beach Bar offers beachfront lunch & cocktails. L'Astrolabe, the resort's fine dining restaurant offers French Creole and Continental cuisine. Guests receive dining privileges at 12 + restaurants in Orient Bay. Only minutes to more fine dining,shopping and entertainment. Rooms include a kitchenette, king bed, sitting area and patio. What makes this property so special is it's unique plantation style layout with only four rooms or suites per villa. For privacy, each villa has its own swimming pool and each accommodation has its own private entrance and terrace... Guests may reserve anything from a single superior or deluxe room or a generous sized suite or an entire 3 - 5 bedroom villa. Due to the way this resort in St Martin is situated on the property that is perpendicular to the beach there is limited availability in the two ocean front villas that include the Presidential Suites and deluxe oceanfront rooms. All superior and deluxe rooms include kitchenettes. Suites offer full kitchens and large living rooms. Guests enjoy the peaceful surroundings and a cordial, pampering yet unobtrusive on-site multi-lingual staff prepared to assist with any special needs. Esmeralda offers free use of beach chairs & umbrellas. Each accommodation has a fully equipped kitchenette (suites have fully equipped kitchens including dishwasher), large tile bath with hair dryer plus a 110 outlet for shavers only, color satellite TV, room safe, air conditioning with ceiling fan, daily maid service. All bedrooms have Color TV by satellite (8 channels and video system), telephone, private safe, A/C, ceiling fan, private, furnished terrace, kitchenette with micro wave, electric coffee pot, refrigerator and dishes. SUPERIOR, DELUXE AND OCEANFRONT ROOMS: King or two double beds, kitchenette. Maximum occupancy: 2 people. Superior rooms have garden view and are generally located further from the beach. Deluxe rooms are a bit larger located nearer the pool. Oceanfront rooms are located nearest the beach. SUPERIOR SUITES: Spacious living room and bedroom area with king size four poster bed and full size pull-out sofa bed plus a fully equipped kitchen. Maximum occupancy: 2 adults & 2 children. PRESIDENTIAL SUITES: Large dining and living room area with full size sofa bed, separate master bedroom with king size colonial bed, TV in living room and master bedroom, 1 1/2 baths, radio/cassette/CD player and fully equipped kitchen. Suite is oceanfront. Maximum occupancy: 4 people. ... more   less 
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Esmeralda Hotel Marigot
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