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Due to Hurricane Irma, we are currently in the process of rebuilding our property. We are making great headway every day and we are pleased to report that Grand Case Beach Club partially re-opened in November of 2018. Please know that we are still under construction. THE PHOTOS ON THIS WEBSITE MAY NOT BE ACCURATE.

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About Grand Case Beach Club

Spanning across two stunning beaches, Grand Case Beach Club is one of the most serene and peaceful resorts on St. Martin.

With soothing sounds of ocean breezes murmuring through the coconut palms, and gentle ocean waves washing along the secluded beaches, Grand Case Beach Club is the ideal island resort to calm the mind and rejuvenate the spirit.

Featuring oversized, ocean or garden view rooms with full kitchens, the resort provides a relaxing atmosphere where guests can unwind and restore their spirit. From a romantic escape for two, to a vacation with friends, there is a selection of studio and one or two-bedroom suites (with space for up to 6 people) to suit your needs.

There is a selection of studio and one or two-bedroom suites to suite your needs.

Our team of dedicated staff members, many who have been with us for decades, look forward to welcoming you to our resort and to ensuring that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible.

Timeless culture and unique activities

Located along the two best swimming beaches on St. Martin, Grand Case Beach Club features breathtaking views of Anguilla, the most northerly of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles, as well as a unique glimpse of Caribbean culture – we are located in Grand Case, a small fishing village on the northwest coast of French St. Martin. Small wooden pastel-colored houses with elaborate gingerbread facades line the village’s main road provide a captivating atmosphere. This is the real French Caribbean.