Palm Court Hotel

Parc de la Baie Orientale, Orient Bay, 97150, St. Maarten/St. Martin | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Parc de la Baie Orientale, Orient Bay, is near Pinel Island, Random Wind, Fort Amsterdam, and Wallblake House.
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    Travel Blogs from Orient Bay

    Playground of the rich and famous

    A travel blog entry by jennyheid on Mar 31, 2014

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... ageing process, as I've never seen so much Botox and fillers in such a small place in all my life. i have been wondering why there are so many older men with younger women however i realise now that this is not the case its just that the men are not keeping up with their wives treatment program.

    So tomorrow we dock at St Kitts until 11pm and we're looking forward to another relaxing day in paradise.

    The Scilly Isles, or should I say the Silly Isles

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on May 19, 2013

    14 photos

    ... quite loosely you must understand) cafe which is locally owned and locally run. Generally speaking, they’re really good, and the food is quite tasty. This year they excelled in all the sound systems. Not happy with the thousand watts of ear shattering sound from last year, this time they managed to go, oh! How can I put it.... incandescently white hot would be a good term. So forewarned is forearmed and Dyana & I had wonderful ear plugs. And luckily we did so. ...

    St. Maarten

    A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Dec 15, 2012

    13 photos

    ... a short while, so I signed up and went to get some breakfast until sailing time. I got pancakes at a little restaurant overlooking the beach called Bottums Up. They were good, but nothing special. When I asked if they had any local juices or sodas, the waitress said, “well, there's Fanta.” That's not a particularly local drink in my ind, but I got it anyway.
    After breakfast, I joined the sailing group. I think everybody else in ...

    Bottums Up!

    A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Mar 29, 2012

    29 March 2012 – Phillipsburg, St Maarten

    As expected, the drinking started early at a little beach bar called Bottoms Up. It's a funny little town Phillipsburg, catering very much to the many cruise ships that come in. That means lots of beach bars, duty free shopping and jewellery stores. We were docked next to the Westerdam, which happens to be the ship I’ll be on next, at the end of April. It’s almost identical to the Noordam, with a few internal ...

    An Island of 2 Nations

    A travel blog entry by bruinz on Feb 22, 2012

    The Caribbean island of St. Maartin / St. Martin is both Dutch and French. With both nations inside of the EU (and frankly not worrying about much of anything in this dual-province island for years), natives of both descendants cross international boundaries freely and multiple times during the day on this Island. We dined in a French cafe with crepes and sparkling wine and later went to the beach near the airport, watching the planes land overhead and nearby. A lovely ...