Accommodations
Accommodations

Spacious apartment-style Suites

Peaceful Ocean and Garden Views

Our graciously-sized and newly renovated guest rooms offer a distinct, understated design with neutral tones, modern design highlighted by colorful plein-air artwork by renowned Saint Martin artist, Sir Roland Richardson.

All room types  share comparable amenities, other than the view (Ocean and Garden).

Garden accommodations are more spacious, and as with all of our rooms, just meters from the beach. They offer more privacy, as they are in less trafficked areas, and of course, our year-round tropical foliage is verdant and ever changing.

These are the most recently renovated/rebuild rooms on the property

Did you know?

Grand Case Beach Club produces up to about 15,000 gallons of water per day, using Reverse Osmosis. Sea water, drawn from a brackish well, is transformed into high quality potable water.

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Grand Case Beach Club produces its own water...

Did you know?

Grand Case Beach Club produces its own water...

The Heineken Regatta

Each year, the first weekend of March, the Heineken Regatta comes to Sint Maarten! Competitive sailing, parties and top entertainment make for an exciting time to visit the island! There are many wonderful spots around the island to view (GCBC often has a front-row seat), and a variety of ways to participate… both on the land and at sea!

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The Heineken Regatta comes to Sint Maarten!

The Heineken Regatta

The Heineken Regatta comes to Sint Maarten!

Petite Plage Beach

Petite Plage Beach (“Little Beach") is a pristine sandy beach tucked away on the North end of Grand Case and connected to Grand Case Beach Club.

Very private and quite often uncrowded - a true "gem" for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing. For guests of Grand Case Beach Club, beach chairs and umbrellas are provided on the beach and include drink and food services through The Sunset Cafe.

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A “Gem”

Petite Plage Beach

A “Gem”