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My husband and I picked this hotel for our honeymoon and it was the best choice we could have made!
People are lovely, the room was just right, with sea view, the food at the restaurant was ok and the beer at the bar was...More
Went here on a weekend get away with my wife. The location was great. Beautiful view and acces to the beach. We weren't bothered by the airport noise at all. The staff was very friendly & serviceable. Will definitely try to stay here again.
First off, there is no better location on this island than Mary's Boon! Right on Simpson Bay with some fantastic scenery. The grounds were very well maintained, rooms were immaculate, and the staff are as friendly as can be!
The only issue I had was...More
Mary's Boon was perfect for a solo traveler like myself. On a beach and close to the airport and closer to the greatest plane spotting area in the world, The beach at Princess Juliana Airport. The room was a studio with a king size bed,...More
Stayed there for the first night, when arrived in St. Maarten. Hotel is right next to the airports runway, so be sure to get up at 7 am along with the first departure. Airport operational time is 7am-10pm. Hotel has a nice beach with all...More
Response from 696kevbell | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I was talking with Elena, one of the people who run Mary's, and she said although there is extensive damage they are hoping to be up and running again by December. I think the best thing to do is contact then direct a... More
Hello, I was talking with Elena, one of the people who run Mary's, and she said although there is extensive damage they are hoping to be up and running again by December. I think the best thing to do is contact then direct a little closer to your holiday, say the end of November for an update. I am sure either way they are trying there best to get things sorted as soon as they can. Up to the last time I spoke with her they had no running water or sanitation and intermittent mains power. And its the same for all the island right now. Such a shame for all involved.
Most of the main structure survived with little damage but a few rooms were destroyed in the garden area.Most of the trees have gone and the beach has been pushed back quite a bit, but this will rectify it's self over time.