Sunday, September 25, 2022

Saint Martin Sapphire Beach Club Reopens

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Press Release:- The Sapphire Beach Club Resort in Dutch Saint Martin is one of the island’s resorts with an exotic tropical setting, spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea and of the Simpson Bay Lagoon, with direct access to the small white sand beaches of Cupecoy.

Renovation and remodeling were initiated in early 2017 and moved forward with post hurricane Irma.

Work focused on the reconstruction of structural elements including partition walls and roofing where needed. 

New elevators and air-conditioning chiller, electrical appliances and flat screen TVs were also installed.

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Wood works, plumbing, electrical, painting, interior equipment, were realized in the apartments, penthouses and villa, the lobby and the bar & restaurant, along with the re-plastering of the swimming pools.

The last  landscaping finishing works are in progress. 

Events are organized mostly every day, with free rum punch, fruit punch, and other cocktails, offered during the Welcome party on Saturday, the Karaoke party on Monday, the Caribbean night on Tuesday, Marcia’s Luckiest Bingo on Wednesday, piano international live music on Thursday and Latino night on Friday.

Happy hour occurs every day at the bar from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Other free activities usually offered are aqua-gym, aerobics once a week, initiation to yoga or similar activities.

All of the above programs are subject to changes without prior notice.

On site offers include concierge and activity desk, car rental office, hairdresser, duty free convenience, massage parlor, spa and beauty salon.

Sapphire is located just 3 miles from Princess Julianna International Airport, and at a short walking distance from Mullet Bay golf course, restaurants, shops, casinos and marina.

For reservations, tel. #: +1 721 545 21 79

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