Sereno Beach Hotel

Address: Grand Cul De Sac, BP 19, St. Barthélemy, 97095 | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Grand Cul De Sac, BP 19, St. Barthélemy, is near Curacao Sea Aquarium, St. Jean Beach, Boca Tabla, and Grand Cul de Sac Beach.
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Travel Blogs from St. Barthélemy

Back to Island Time!

A travel blog entry by extendedranger on Jul 18, 2015

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... is another ship sunk as an artificial reef, and because it is about 20' shallower than Charlie Brown, it has a lot more life on it. Lots of penetration opportunities. On top of the deck it was like floating in an aquarium, so much growth and life everywhere you turn. This is a must dive if you get to Statia. It was just me and a divemaster named Walter- my own personal tour guide. What fun! Next time I would like to bring line and lights and really dig ...

Day 1 - Embarkation

A travel blog entry by ddissent on Mar 14, 2015

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... until you meet them. Making friends fast. Great people. Going into this I sort of thought I'd one and done it but I dunno. The first impression is pretty impressive.

I took a few moments to stroll along the decks of this magnificent sailing vessel before it got dark. What an impressive ship! The Star Clipper is a four mast Barquentine (or schooner barque). A Barquentine is a sailing ship with 3 or more masts. She is a 16 sail, 366 ft work of art which holds 170 ...

VERY Nice Island!

A travel blog entry by tonyandtonya on Dec 04, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

Today is our last port. Tony and I didn’t expect too much from this island because we have been here three times and weren’t very impressed. But, after seeing how clean and well kept it was, we had a new appreciation for the island. We don’t know how we missed it, but this place looked totally different to us! We decided we would explore the shopping and restaurants a little more after our excursion. Today’s event: Regatta sailboat racing! ...

Caribbean life with the locals

A travel blog entry by azcook on Nov 15, 2014

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... get a canine warning which can come in handy. Island custom requires that as neighbors pass by you stop what you are doing and wave. Island custom also requires those who drive around the island wave at everyone either walking or driving. Reese feels he is on a parade when he drives the island since he is a representative of the St. Eustatius Center for Archeological Research (SECAR) and is always driving a marked vehicle.

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Still cruising on the Carribbean....

A travel blog entry by tavernertales on Dec 18, 2013

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... more older songs from 60s/70s), Frozen in Time (ice-skating show based on Hans Christian Andersen stories), a couple of Aqua Theater diving shows and a comedy session. All shows needed reservations but they were included in the cost of the cruise. We sometimes managed to see the same show twice as they had a stand-by line which opened 10 minutes before the show started.