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Does anyone know if this hotel offers a pass for the day? Do you have an updated prices if so? Thank you

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Thank you I didnt see that on their page

 

Take heed. Beds are limited, based on Hotel's occupancy and lunch/day advanced bookings. Also released on a first come, first served basis (no day/bed reservations are taken)

Check your ship's and others in port disembarkation times.

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Take heed. Beds are limited, based on Hotel's occupancy and lunch/day advanced bookings. Also released on a first come, first served basis (no day/bed reservations are taken)

Check your ship's and others in port disembarkation times.

 

Thanks. I will do that.

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Was just there last Wednesday. Holland House was $25 for 2 loungers, umbrella and 4 drinks.

 

 

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Pleased you found space, but during the Season availability is more difficult.

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Was just there last Wednesday. Holland House was $25 for 2 loungers, umbrella and 4 drinks.

 

 

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How much is a taxi ride from the port?

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Pleased you found space, but during the Season availability is more difficult.

 

What months would you consider Season? I imagine April would be.

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How much is a taxi ride from the port?

 

 

 

Not sure as we always walk from the port as our favourite cheese shop is on the way.

It is a leisurely 20-25 min stroll. (Depends on how many things I stop to look at!!)

I know the ferry from the port to the centre of the Boardwalk is $7U.S per person round trip and the dock is a five minute walk from HH.

 

 

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What months would you consider Season? I imagine April would be.

 

 

High season runs from December to the end of April.

Low season is from May to the end of November, with a surge in holidaymakers in July and August, which is also the warmest and wettest time of the year.

 

 

 

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High season runs from December to the end of April.

Low season is from May to the end of November, with a surge in holidaymakers in July and August, which is also the warmest and wettest time of the year.

 

 

 

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Thanks we are there on the 20th of April. Kinda shoulder like season then. Fingers crossed

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End of April will be busy in 2019 as school break in St. Maarten coincides with Carnival's 50th Anniversary celebration, which runs from April 22nd- May 5th 2019.

 

 

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Not sure as we always walk from the port as our favourite cheese shop is on the way.

It is a leisurely 20-25 min stroll. (Depends on how many things I stop to look at!!)

I know the ferry from the port to the centre of the Boardwalk is $7U.S per person round trip and the dock is a five minute walk from HH.

 

 

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Thanks. I didn't realize it was so close to the port.

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There are a million guy on the beach offering the chair/umbrella/drinks package -you won't have trouble finding somewhere to sit.   The later you arrive the further back you will be from the beach.  If you take the water taxi they'll all be standing at the end of the dock workin' hard to get your business.  Take a breath.  Take a moment.  Look around at where you'd like to sit (near jet ski area?  near swimming area?  etc) and then go from there and find the "vendor" responsible for that section of the beach.   Almost all sections of the beach have someone who will take a food order and deliver lunch to you - and drinks too.

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3 hours ago, KATHYMAC68 said:

Do you tip the guys that show you to your loungers? If so, how much?

 

Discretionary, but most don't.  Usually for drinks, it's "keep the change" for a few dollars.

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