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All inclusive in St. Martin/Sint Maarten ?

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All inclusive in St. Martin/Sint Maarten ?

Hi, we love, love, love this island, but have only been on cruises, much too short of time on the island.. does anybody have an recommendations for all inclusive resorts, Dutch or French, doesn't matter. Our favorite beach so far is Baie aux Prunes/ Plum Bay.


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1. Re: All inclusive in St. Martin/Sint Maarten ?

Not a big A-I island

Two on the Dutch side -

Sonesta Maho & Sonesta Great Bay

Two on the French side

Le Flamboyant

Mercure Simpson Bay

Edited: 26 July 2011, 19:39
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2. Re: All inclusive in St. Martin/Sint Maarten ?

really don't recommend AI on sxm. this is an island to be explored. it's also known as the "gourmet capital of the caribbean". that doesn't mean high priced either. there are many excellent dining options in all price ranges.

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3. Re: All inclusive in St. Martin/Sint Maarten ?

SXM is definitely NOT an AI type island. There are way too many great restaurants & beautiful beaches to see & explore ... you would be missing out on ALOT by staying & eating at only one place.

4. Re: All inclusive in St. Martin/Sint Maarten ?

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