Is there restaurants within walking distance ? Is it safe for a female solo traveler ?
Is there a frig with freezer in the rooms ? Is there a balcony ?
Do you like boats? The hotel is attached to a marina, there are always people around. The property straddles the Dutch/French border. We shopped or ate French for breakfast, went to the Dutch side and the beach for lunch, great beach btw, And then we could hang around the docks for dinner. On top of the hill is a 4 star restaurant, you need reservations. It's a big hill, you won't be wearing heels to walk up to it. St Bart's is a day trip, overnight if you can, it's a holiday in itself. If good food is what you are looking for, St. Bart's won't disappoint you.
In my room yes to all 3 questions.
Save for female traveler and choice of one formal restaurant and 2 bars/restaurant. All within 50 meters walking.
yes the whole island it's perfectly safe for female travellers is France after all.
There is a small fridge with refrigerator in the room,
and probably on the picture I have posted you can see there is a huge very nice balcony with wonderful view.
There is a restaurant in the hotel which I'm not going to recommend but also there are a lot very nice places in a walking distance around the hotel.
Most of the rooms have balconies... but some (those on the other side of the road from the reception) have a less interesting view. There are a couple of restaurants right nearby... and some very nice ones a ten minute walk away. The women in our party (we were two couples) always felt safe. Nearby, it feels like a small French village... right by the hotel. It is more like a marina. In fact. It IS a marina.
Definitely European. Will have to ask for adapters for any electronics. Several restaurant's nearby. Would be very safe for female traveler. Just very hard to find and hard to find parking at end of day.
If you go... definitely go to dingy dock bar. Very fun. Awesome happy hour. Amazing food
Definitely safe, a few restaurants within walking distance; yes for fridge, yes for balcony (we actually had one of the best views around); I would not recommend the hotel restaurant (the only weak point I can recall of), but check out for a very nice and cozy restaurant on the way out to Orient Bay - it is run with much style by a French woman (I don't recall the name but you could not miss it because it is unfortunately just accros a garbage dump) :-)
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