Hotels in St. Martin

Although the French side of the island is more developed, the French side is home to the budget places to sleep and more traditional European hotels.

Climate and tourist season

Just like in the entire Caribbean region, December to May is considered the dry season, while June to November is the wet season. But rain can come in any season. The chances of being hit by a hurricane are really low and the average temperatures on the coast range between 72 and 86 F, while inland they range between 66 and 81 F.

The peak season is during Christmas and New Year and the high season extends until April.




Worth trying

Residence Anse Margot

The hotel is located on Nettle Bay and offers studios and duplexes. There are two pools for the guests to use. All suites have a kitchenette, TV and AC. In November rates vary between €63.76 per night for a standard garden studio (sleeps 1 or 2) and €108.54 per night for a superior deluxe (sleeps 1 to 3).

Hotel Residence Mercure Simson Beach

Also located on Nettle Bay, the hotel is close to the airport, shopping and casinos. All rooms have fan, AC, TV and kitchenette as well as en suite bathroom. In November rates range between €171.95 per night for a single room with lagoon view, €228.05 per night for a double room with lagoon view and €426.83 per night for a Duplex Lagoon View (sleeps 4).