Simpson Bay Resort & Marina

Address: Billy Folly Road #37, Simpson Bay, St. Maarten/St. Martin | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Billy Folly Road #37, Simpson Bay, is near Edge II to Saba, Aqua Mania Adventures, Rhino Riders out to Creole Rock, and Lambada & Tango.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSimpson Bay Resort & Marina

    Reviewed by extendedranger

    Fix your wi-fi and be 5 stars!

    by (6 reviews) Kalaheo, HI , United States Flag of United States

    Amazing room! Full HUGE kitchen- you could stay here and never have to go out to eat. Dining area/table, lounge area/TV, nice bathroom/shower. Big comfy bed. Patio outside front door with loungers and table. Right next to swimming pool. Great staff- let me check in early. The bad: Wi_Fi reception terrible- even with a booster on my PC. I got better reception on tiny Saba staying on the side of a hill at El Momo. A worker on the premises told me this is a common complaint. For a multi-million dollar resort they can do better than this. If not for that I would rate this a 5 star.

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    Reviewed by mguay

    Très bien sur toute la ligne

    Reviewed Jan 6, 1995
    by (35 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

    Cet emplacement est magnifique. On a eu un appartement avec grand balcon donnant sur la Baie Simpson et sur la piscine.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Simpson Bay Resort & Marina

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Simpson Bay

    Rest the weary bones

    A travel blog entry by extendedranger on Jul 17, 2015

    4 photos

    I arrived on St. Maarten for a 1 day layover to catch the flight tomorrow to St. Eustatius. I am bone tired. Twice falling down hard at Trafalger Falls (ha ha) and then hiking to Boiling Lake the next day are still registering in my body- so I'm not doing ANYTHING today but rest. Maybe go for a swim with all the other plump, pasty senior citizens. …


    A travel blog entry by bbopper on May 01, 2013

    11 photos

    ... showed up and raised me as their own, I'd have an awesome time. Ok, maybe that's pushing it a little bit...

    The dig site consists of the remains of houses, cisterns, animal pens and trash pits that were utilized in the 1800s by freed slaves living in the area. There were once a lot of coffee and sugar plantations on the island, but when Saba was devastated by a hurricane in the late 1700s, the coffee plantations never recovered, so as far as I ...

    Sometimes I have to laugh silently

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on May 22, 2012

    4 photos

    ... stage at a Royal Variety Concert, they all; and I mean all started singing Happy Birthday to me. And now I had to along with the situation. What a great silent laugh. And only in St Maarten.

    It’s that time of the year again.
    In Europe it usually happens in February. In Brazil, it’s also the same month. But here in St Maarten it’s always a good time for a CARNIVAL. Great excitement all around as ...

    Bottums Up!

    A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Mar 29, 2012

    ... br>
    The cast and crew from the Westie, as it’s affectionately called, are a lovely crowd. The cast is almost at the end of a very long contract so they’re enjoying the time as best they can. Typically, that means a lot of drinking and a lot of fun. We all spent a lovely day meeting old friends and making new ones. In this line of work you come across people you know by chance on every contract, so it’s nice to meet some people who you hear other people talking ...

    Let the Racing Begin!

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 02, 2012

    22 photos

    ... mark. We held our starboard tack until getting to the port lay line for the windward mark, thereby tacking to be upwind of the mega yacht when passing it. This may have helped us get to the windward mark with a substantial lead. In addition, our later tack to port allowed us to be much closer to the windward mark to call our tack to starboard to round the mark with more precision. After tacking and rounding the windward mark, we were off out ...