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- Address: Tiger Road 4 Cay Hill, Philipsburg St. Maarten-St. Martin
- Phone: 721-542-5355
- Toll Free: 407-615-7938
- Fax: 721-542-4088
- Currency Accepted: Dollar, Euro, Guilder
- Credit Cards Accepted: Mastercard, Discover, Amex, Visa, Debit
- Complimentary newspaper
- Safe-deposit box
- Air-conditioned public areas
- Smoke-free property
- Night time Security
- Daily maid service
- Free parking
Ratings & Reviews
The pros: This small aparthotel has great personal service. It is clean. The kitchen is complete enough to cook a nice meal. The rooms are spacious and the bed is very good. The AC is in the bedroom and works ok. The cons : The other ventilators were old and did not work that well. The room was a bit stuffy. There is no view out of the balcony and the hotel sits in a bit of a messy neighborhood.
Inexpensive and a nice place to stay. The rooms come equipped with tools to make meals. The part I loved was the court yard, beautiful to sit out and great place to have meals. The air conditioning needs to be improved, it is warm. A nice swimming pool and lounge chairs. Awesome staff, friendly and so helpful.
This was our 6th year here and it gets harder to leave every time. The staff at L'Esperance make you feel so welcome they are better than family (depends on your family, lol). For a short stay it is amazing. For a long stay, there are challenges but with the economical price, you learn to work with it. The internet was a disappointment this year. It was hit and miss but I guess when its free you can't complain..? However, the rooms are clean and its nice and quiet. We love it here.
This spotless Aparthotel is situated in a residential area of Philipsburg. You're staying in a quarter where the locals live. We preferred it to sleeping in the busy tourist area. Nevertheless across the street is a supermarket and 2 minutes driving away is a huge Grand Marché. The apartments are adequately furnished, have air conditioning, the double bed was very good and there's a nice size fridge. It's very clean everywhere. We were there during Easter, but even then the cleaningladies were never absent and the towels were fresh daily. The staff at the reception is very helpful and willing to assist with reservations. We liked the terrace since there is always a nice cool breeze. During our stay we awoke on a few nights from car alarms that went off in the neighborhood. There was never a break in, but the repetitive noise was disturbing. Then again: you can't blame the hotel. We would advice a rental car to discover all of the island.
We flew in a day before our cruise set sail and just needed an economical place to stay. Didn't want to spend the money on a resort that we wouldn't really be able to take advantage of. We did that for the night after returning from the cruise and turned out sorry we didn't stay here again (see other review of Simpson Bay Resort). The hotel itself is just a wonderful little place with a very friendly staff, beautiful courtyard with covered sitting areas and a great pool. Its in a very odd area with residences and commercial businesses all around and mostly not near shops or restaurants within walking distance. All the other guests had cars so I assume that people staying here for their vacations just drive to the relatively nearby beaches, shopping, etc. A good walk away we found a great local restaurant (Marks) that was a great way to kick off our vacation so we were covered just fine. There was also a supermarket nearby and since the rooms have nice kitchens you can get your food needs without any trouble. I'm not sure I would stay here as a longer term vacation spot but that's a personal choice as to how much to spend vs. on site facilities. For the money it was great for us
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