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My husband and I checked in, and were happy with the suite. We had reserved the Saba Suite, and it is lovely. After a long day of travel, we were happy to snuggle up in the comfy bed. However, just a few short hours later,...More
My husband and I stayed at Le Shambala last week and were very impressed with the location, rooms and overall quality of this wonderful boutique resort. We also dined at the restaurant, food was delicious and both thoroughly enjoyed our meals that were of an...More
We stayed in the Saba garden suite. It is a good size and private. The suite which consisted of a large room with a huge comfy king sized bed, two fitted wardrobes, good sized television, plus table and chairs, was well furnished and clean.The bathroom...More
We had a wonderful stay at Le Shambala. The property is beautiful – with a modern chic style. Our room come with a private pool and garden. The breakfast was very good. The location is perfect for walking to all the restaurants and bars of...More
This small boutique hotel is a great base for exploring St-Martin. Our room was really nice, the private garden with pool provided all the tranquility we wanted. At the same time you're literally steps away from the restaurants of Grand Case. The hotel restaurant serves...More
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I wouldn't think that its right to single out La Shambala and its boss in this manner on social media. Its a beautiful hotel and we found all the staff to be very helpful. The waiters need their pay and if a review like... More
I wouldn't think that its right to single out La Shambala and its boss in this manner on social media. Its a beautiful hotel and we found all the staff to be very helpful. The waiters need their pay and if a review like this stopped people staying at the hotel or eating at the fabulous restaurant, its the staff who will suffer more in the long run. Perhaps the proprietor is demanding but if he wasn't would the hotel and restaurant be as wonderful as they are? Its a magnificent hotel, we loved it, I do hope they sort out the problems that you have observed on the island of St Martin. , it sounds very unfair on workers.