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Guana Bay Vacation Rentals with Online Payment(7)

7 Results
$947 - $1,392
per night
5 - 7 night min stay
  • 5 BR,
  • 5 BA,
  • Sleeps 12
5 - 7 night min stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
4 - 7 night min stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
4 - 12 night min stay
2 Reviews
  • 6 BR,
  • 6 BA,
  • Sleeps 12
5 - 7 night min stay
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A Perfect Place; the best of Guana Bay

5 of 5
Villa Leone is a beautiful unit in the Guana Bay Villas. The unit sits right at the waterfront. We chose to stay on the first floor, "The Waves" . With the drapes open, we could wake to see the ocean, and go to sleep in the moonlight. The villa looks exactly as the pictures portray. It is bright, immaculate, and has all the amenities one could desire. The queen beds were new, sporting the softest of sheets and a cozy comforter. The unit had plenty of towels and the kitchen had everything we required. We chose to grill one evening, and dine on the patio by moonlight. Very romantic! The area is quiet and secluded. This is not the typical hotel/resort atmosphere. If you are looking for crowds you won't find it here. But, if you like privacy, and don't like to share your space with a huge crowd, you will love this villa. The pool is clean and well-maintained. And, the beach-access is just a short walk. You must have a car to access the area, and it is best to shop on your way in. The villa is a short ride to Phillipsburg, where you can walk along the "boardwalk" and enjoy local restaurants, shopping and the beach. For a lavish treat, take a ride to Pinelle Island, where you will find a beautiful beach, crystal clear water, and the best spiny lobster, as you dine right at the water!! Yummy. And, you may want to stop in at Topper's in Simpson Bay for a casual meal and lots of fun at karaoke. This was a fifth trip to St. Maarten, and the villa offered a different perspective to staying in a resort. We so enjoyed this trip, and look forward to next year.
  • Submitted: Mar 3, 2015
  • Stayed: Jun 2014

Villa Leone, Sint Maarten

5 of 5
The property was just as the pictures had showed and Simon was waiting for us upon our arrival. The villa was clean, bright, airy and provided everything that we could have needed for the week. The portable cooler was a blessing for packing picnic beach lunches and keeping food and drinks cold. We visited several places on both the Dutch and French side. It is very true that the exchange rate on the Dutch side is much more favorable to those coming with dollars, as the Euro is very strong in comparison. If you want great shopping, cheap food and drinks, the Dutch side on the island is the place to go. Front Street in Phillipsburg was amazing. We got great deals on jewelry, alcohol and electronics. There was a place down a small alleyway off of Front Street headed towards the water that advertised 2 beers and 1 Cuban cigar for $3. We had to find out what the catch was! The catch was that there was NO catch. 2 full sized beers and a decent cigar for $3. A nice break in the day if you need one while shopping. We visited several beaches while on the Island, on both the Dutch and French side. Happy Bay is worth the walk through the woods. Small, secluded with very few people. If water sports and activities are what you are looking for, Orient Beach has everything you could want, but in terms of relaxation and peacefulness, there are far too many people for that. Baie Rouge was very nice and the snorkeling was great with a swim through cave. We highly recommend the conch kebab served at Chez Albert on this beach (watch out though, it is expensive and in Euros). Guana Bay was great for boogie boarding and you can't beat the view of St. Barth's. We ate a very nice meal at L'Esparade in Grand Case. Right on the water, great food, funny host, excellent service, reasonable prices for a traditional French restaurant. But really, every restaurant on the road is outstanding. Try fried plantains somewhere (lots of places have it), there are great when done well. If you are looking to get off of the beach for a little bit, we went to Loterie Farm for part of a morning and did their Zip Line and Ropes Course ($45US for the basic course that took us about an hour and $70US for the extreme). Loads and fun and appropriate for lots of ages. There was a 7 year old behind us having the time of her life on a kids course.
  • Submitted: Jun 15, 2009
  • Stayed: Jun 2009