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Grand Case Beach Club is an intimate, oceanfront resort nestled on a picturesque cove, adjacent to the charming village of Grand Case in St. Martin. Grand Case Beach Club offers guests an array of included water sports on its two white-sand beaches, spacious accommodations and a laid-back ambiance. Guests who enjoy easy access to world-class clubs and restaurants, casinos by night and exploration to neighboring islands by day, will find their perfect tropical vacation with Grand Case Beach Club.
The Grand Case Beach Club is located north of the island, directly on the beach and close to the picturesque village of Grand Case, known also as the gastronomic capital of the Caribbean, and about a ten minute drive from Marigot, the capital of French St. Martin. The hotel offers a haven of peace in the midst of a tropical garden with an amazing view of the ocean. The award-winning, 72 unit hotel has been enchanting visitors for decades. Its idyllic location, spacious rooms, and easy-going style are complemented by two beaches set against emerald green mountains and the sparkling Caribbean Sea.
Accomodations include ocean and garden view studios, ocean and garden view one bedrooms, ocean view two bedrooms and deluxe one and two bedrooms all with fully equipped kitchens, flat screen cable TV, telephone, bathroom w/shower, hair dryer, air conditioning and a private patio or balcony. The hotel offers a complimentary bottle of French wine in each room.
Explore neighboring islands like British Anguilla, French St. Barths or Dutch Saba by day and enjoy our worldclass clubs and casinos by night. Car rentals are available for tours of the French and Dutch sides of our island.
Most International flights arrive at Princess Juliana Airport (SXM) on Dutch St. Maarten, about a half hour’s drive from Grand Case Beach Club. French St. Martin has a small airport, approximately five minutes by car from the hotel, which has service to the French islands of St. Barths, Guadalupe and Martinique with international connections from there.
The Euro is the official currency used on French St. Martin, but U.S. currency is widely accepted.
Casual attire is acceptable during the day as well as in the evening.TAX AND SERVICE CHARGES
15% is added automatically to all resort charges.