I left another hotel hoping to enjoy a better experience: I was not disappointed... Lovely beach in a bay (no waves) and clean water (no seaweed) + fish swimming around! Beautiful pool with warm water! Very good food with extremely diverse options (many restaurants with themes), but closed earlier than supposed to! Even entertainment (singer & show)... Spa was disappointing though (hours & services)!
Overall, I enjoyed resting there for 18hours and have recommended it to friends with children (because of safe beach, nice pool and entertainment!)
This hotel is for anyone that is seeking a little piece of heaven! Its location is superb with a choice between two lovely beaches with beautiful sand and clear water. Rooms are immaculate and equipped with everything your heart desires! Bed was really comfortable, kitchen appliances clean and new, we had two bathrooms (in one water pressure wasn't great and that was truly the only little issue) otherwise perfect! Staff super friendly and always willing to help with anything we needed. This hotel is for families, couples and even singles. It was my sister and I and each time we left for a day we couldn't wait to get back to "our place"! Sunsets and the Boardwalk allows for great views! The on site restaurant was delicious! Not cheap (nothing there really is) but well worth the money! I highly recommend the lobster! This hotel is for those seeking peace, quiet and an abundance of relaxation (not a party/loud hotel). Non-motorized sports are included and a lot of fun! Remember to snorkel on the property, you won't be disappointed! We also rented a car for a full week at a cost of only $150, an absolute must and a great deal! There is a grocery store about 2km away and a string of fantastic restaurants walking distance away. I highly recommend "Sky's the Limit" for great local BBQ experience. I cannot wait to go back and highly recommend this hotel!
Traveller from Toronto
This Caribbean Sea resort on the island's French side is 300m (328 yds) north of Grand Case village's restaurant row, known …More
The hotel sits on the ridge above Anse Marcel with breathtaking views. Anse Marcel is a very safe area on the island within easy driving distance from Grand Case, Orient Bay and Pinel Island. This is a small hotel with very friendly and helpful stuff. Every one of our minor concerns were promptly addressed (e.g., broken coffee maker). They drive you to close destinations (such as nearby restaurants and the beach) if you wish. The hotel room we had was very spacious and comfortable with the most beautiful view of the valley below. You can eat at the hotel, if you wish; they serve a continental breakfast (we eat elsewhere).
The Bleu Emeraude is a delightful B&B type residence. Mya and Fredrick are excellent hosts and very helpful with dinner reservations and other task that require a more fluent tongue. The rooms are spacious and accommodating. A small kitchen is great for preparing lunch and dinner when you feel like staying in. You'll have to make a run to the market down the street to stock up for that though. The daily fresh breakfast consisting of croissant, fruit, orange juice and coffee is a great start to the day. I recommend enjoying this on your balcony and listening to the waves wash on shore. The beach is pleasant and welcoming. Crystal blue water and fine sand beaches make it very difficult to pack up and leave for the day. The short walks up and down the beach row give you plenty to experience. The beach front cafes are a happening spot for charter boats to stop for lunch. Stop by and have a drink around noon to chat with other vacationers.
Traveller from New Jersey
Bleu Emeraude is a luxurious new residence on the Grand Case Beach. Each apartment offers tranquility and exceptional views …More
"Nice hotel close to the beach and to restaurants"
Very pleasant stay. Minutes away from the Grand Case airport yet very quiet. The beach is 2 minutes away, literally. A choice of restaurants down the street, I loved it.
Hotel is clean and my room was nice, small and basic but comfortable. There is no TV on the room, but thatdid not bother me. I'd definitely go back there.
Considered the restaurant capital of the Caribbean, Grand-Case features more than two dozen eateries on its mile-long main street. The town’s low-slung Creole architecture evokes the feel of France’s other New World possessions, such as New Orleans. Open to the public, the Grand Case Beach Club offers two beaches.
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