Shopping, restaurants, casinos, ...On the town side of the hotel, hundreds air-conditioned duty free stores with open doors are literally cooling down the streets of Philipsburg.
Bordered by a long bustling boardwalk, Philipsburg is at the heart of the tourist life of St. Maarten. Two casinos, many restaurants and bars can be found just a few steps away from the hotel.
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IslandHolland House is he starting point of many activities. Among popular ones:
Exploring Pinel Island
Explore this beautiful Caribbean island with its little restaurants and bars. You can also hike over to the other side and experience the wild side of nature.Snorkeling trip to Anguilla
Take a catamaran tour and sail to neighboring Anguilla. Go snorkeling on the fascinating and pristine reefs of Prickly Pear.Explore surrounding islands
We can make arangements for a day-trip to beautiful neighboring Islands like St. Barths, Anguilla, Saba and Statia.Dinner in Grand Case
With its many gourmet restaurants Grand Case is a destination by itself. Go at night and feel the vibrant ambiance. Just 15 minutes from the hotel.Hike through the rain forest
The Loterie farm at Pic Paradis is an old historical Estate with rainforest hikes and zip lines.Go sailing on an America Cup winning yacht
Enjoy a day of sailing on the original 12 meter Stars and Stripes boat that has won the America Cup many times. Engage in the actual sailing or just sit back and enjoy this thrilling experience.Rent a fun car
There are many scooters, scootercars, buggys, quads etc for rent near Philipsburg. Hit the road and have some fun.Watch the planes come in at Sunset Bar
The Sunset Bar in the Maho Area is the most perfect place to watch planes come in. You are really close to the runway and will feel the thundering power of the jets.Golf & Tennis
St. Maarten has an 18 hole golf course at Mullet bay which is open for everyone to play. Tennis can also be arranged - through the front desk.Orient Beach
Just 15 minutes from the hotel you will find Orient Beach, one of the most famous beaches in the Caribbean. Here there are many restaurants and bars and being on the French side, clothing, on part of the beach, is optional.