St. Martin
St. Martin

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Saint Martin (French: Saint-Martin; Dutch: Sint Maarten) is situated at the northern end of the Leeward Island chain in the northeast Caribbean.

Fact: With an area of only 87 square kilometers (34 square miles), it has the distinction of being the smallest inhabited island that is divided between two nations.

The northern portion, Saint-Martin, which occupies about 60% of the island, is an overseas collectivity (collectivité d’outre-mer or COM) of France, and the European Community

The Southern portion, Sint Maarten, which occupies the remaining 40% of the island, is one of four countries that form the Kingdom of the Netherlands. While Sint Maarten has its own parliament and enjoys a certain degree of autonomy from the central government in the Netherlands it remains dependent on the Netherlands for matters like foreign policy and defense. Prior to 2010 Sint Maarten had been part of the Netherlands Antilles.

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Saint Martin / Sint Maarten

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Saint Martin / Sint Maarten

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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...

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Grand Case Beach Club produces its own water...

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The beautiful art hanging in all our rooms and around the property is by Saint Martin’s own Sir Roland Richardson.

The works are available for sale through the hotel at preferential pricing.

Be sure to visit the beautiful Roland Richardson Gallery in Marigot, where you will see that there are quite a few masterpieces that were inspired here, at the Grand Case Beach Club, and throughout the island.

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Sir Roland Richardson’s art decorates the walls throughout the hotel

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Sir Roland Richardson’s art decorates the walls throughout the hotel