Mercure St Martin Marina and Spa
What We Love
- Direct access to a private beach overlooking a lagoon
- The French-Creole dishes served at Les Voiles
- Spacious rooms start at 431 square feet and feature a balcony or terrace
What To Know
- The hotel offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including water sports, tennis and swimming
- Located between Marigot and Maho Beach, a 15-minute drive from the airport
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
In French St. Martin, between the bustling port town of Marigot and lively Maho Beach, the Mercure St. Martin Marina and Spa is a bright and breezy beachfront escape. The colorful Creole-style rooms are housed among five low-rise buildings and are surrounded by tropical grounds dotted with palm trees and modern sculptures. Some rooms feature a balcony or terrace with views of the lagoon, pool or garden and come with free WiFi. Kick back on the private beach or indulge in a massage at the spa. Active types can try their hand at jet-skiing, flyboarding or tubing at the marina’s water sports center. End the day with a French-Creole feast at Les Voiles, with a terrace that overlooks the lagoon and swimming pool.
In the Area
Pop your head below the ocean’s surface with Sea Trek, a helmet diving tour that takes you to see colorful fish and sunken shipwrecks without the need for diving certification. Another unique way to explore the island’s coral reefs is with Coconut Reef Glass Bottom Canoes; the company also runs a surf school and snorkeling tours. With 25 miles of trail and itineraries ranging from mountain treks to shoreline strolls, St Martin is a hiker’s paradise. Start at Loterie Farm for guided and self-guided hikes. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, check out the open-air Marigot Market, on the wharf just below Fort St. Louis. It features fresh produce, spices and fish from St. Martin and neighboring islands, plus enough samples to satisfy your adventurous culinary spirit.
How to Get There
The site is still under constructions... with workers making noise from 7AM, fooling down dangerous wood objects, etc etc and with electric cables everywhere accessible, balcony not secured ....
Hotel was extremely damages with IRMA, the restaurant next to the pool is devastated, and the third of the rooms are not yet accessible.
the worst is the service. Managers from this hotel simply don't give a *** about costumers, they are really rude and have no sense of service. They simply follow their journey and if you interrupt their habits, with a no smile they simply don't reply to you, or continue their routine....
almost lost my flight for a hotel shuttle that did not show up even after 30 mn...
Even if you are nice with them, trying to be smart and anticipate the slow service, this service would never comes...
Our first visit back to St. Martin post Irma. What a lovely surprise to find a great little restaurant in Baie Nettle. My husband and I were initially going to have a drink to fill time before an appointment nearby. The service was so good that we opted to share a plate of salmon pasta,one of the specials of the day. The meal was impressive and our Mojitos were excellent. We can't speak to the attached hotel, which seemed to be under construction but this little gem of a restaurant is worth stopping in. We know we will return soon. Our server Jivko made our day and we also want to highlight the great service of Stephanie, Marcel and Damien. Keep up the good work folks and keep smiling!
We stayed there before our cruise and had a wonderful experience!! From the check in to the rooms and the restaurant and pool. All was very nice and we throughly enjoyed our stay. They even recommended a great place for dinner just a short walk up the road. We will go back for sure and bring the family to enjoy the beach and scuba and water skiing next time.
I was really upset when I saw what Mercure has to offer! It’s awful! It’s an opportunity to live like a worker for a price of good 5* hotel. Everything is in such a bad condition, and Irma is not the reason. I think guys don’t have any motivation to improve - they just using properties to make money and they arent’ worried about guests. I’ve seen that for a first time in my live - ALL OF SUNBEDS, literally ALL - was broken. No one cares. Here you have sunbeds, dear guest, go and try using them. It’s funny to see how people spend 200-300 euro per room to use pieces of garbage to fix their so-called sunbeds. That’s a thing that describes ALL that you will find everywhere in Mercure.
And of course you should forget about using beach - it’s also a construction site with large garbage like a destroyed catamaran, construction mechanisms and so on.
It’s a pity that guys like Mercure make people think that this is carribean style of doing business.
This hotel suffered damage during hurricans Irma and has not yet fully recovered. This is not made clear on their web site. Rooms over looking the pool have been refurbished and are spacious with a good balcony and showers. Other rooms are not so good and are near to building works. Beach is variable . Pool is very good. New restaurant serves good food but is beside the road not the pool. Staff are helpful and service is generally good. When refubishment is complete, which may take sometime, I would go back.