Lunch at the Lolos
The lolos are local BBQ restaurants. Located on the beach front on the main street of Grand Case.
Dinner/Live Music at Blue Martini
Restaurant bar located in Grand Case, with games and friendly atmosphere. Check out their event schedule.
Plane watching at Sunset Beach Bar
Experience the excitement on the beach watching the planes land & take off right above your head or reserve a lounge chair and enjoy the serenity of the new pool. Daily live entertainment features a rotation of DJ’s and local bands. If you want to spend time on the beach, we also recommend Mullet Beach near by.
Dinner at Pineapple Pete
Pete’s Village is the site of the original Pineapple Pete Restaurant & Bar where you will have a superb dining experience with great food and great service! Adjacent to the restaurant is Pete’s Sports Bar. An entertainment area with 5 pool tables, dart boards and arcade games. Head in to Pete’s Corner Shop and Collectibles and browse through t-shirts, hats and more, handcrafted jewelry items, local rum and great memorabilia to bring home from your trip!
Located in the heart of Maho village, We Lounge is a modern and chic cocktail lounge. Resident DJ Meekz spins old school tunes and sweet vibes while you inhale the sweetness from your designer hookah or dance the night away with fabulous new friends.
Secret hideaway nestled in the hillside of Pic Paradis, where you can wine, dine, climb, hike, and glide over the treetop canopy. It is truly an eco-tourism and gastronomical experience you’re not likely to forget or find elsewhere. Check their schedule online to know when is the next pool party!
Dinner at 978 Sanctorum Lounge
The concept was born from the strong desire of a Saint-Martin family madly in love with their island, to open a place dedicated to the epicureans of life in Saint-Martin. Recreating the Friendly Attitude which made Saint Martin the Friendly Island , is the motto of this family which does everything to create an environment “like at home” and where tourists and locals meet to sip, chat, meet and greet. Check out their schedule online, from the Jazz Fridays to the Hooka nights.
The Dutch side has many casinos in Philipsburg, Simpson Bay, Maho and Cupecoy. We recommend the Princess Casino at Port de Plaisance, Colebay.
Beach time at Roxxy, Simpson Bay
Indulge in amazing Sounds, warm breeze, beautiful beach, crafted cocktails, and the many flavors prepared by the culinary team. Watersports available such as jet ski and sea bobs. Check out their schedule online to know who is the next international DJ coming!
Karaoke at Topper’s
Voted #1 international restaurant, Topper’s is set in a fun, air-conditioned, Caribbean cottage. The cozy bar is a local hangout and well known for island-style Karaoke and nightly live music.
Immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of this asian-inspired look Nightclub and enjoy the night in an ambiance mixing Zen with nowadays music.
Beach time in Orient Bay
Most popular beach on the French side, Orient Bay is home to many beach bars and restaurants. Water sports and beach chair rental available.
Live Music at Red Piano Lounge
One of St. Maarten’s most famous nightlife locations, featuring fabulous live entertainment nightly from a host of talented international performers.
A day on a charter boat
Spend a day on a speedboat or catamaran, many tours are available: to Anguilla, Tintamarre, Pinel, Creole Rock, etc. Drinks, music and good atmosphere guaranteed!
Dinner & Music at Lagoonies Bistrot & Bar
Embark on a 5-day celebration of underground house and techno music. Come and discover the rich blended heritage, sprawling beaches and panoramic sunsets through the multiple venues and events every March! From the iconic beach party at Happy Bay to the lush oasis at the Jungle Party, to the infamous mega-Villa Party and the over-the-top Boat Parties, it’s a seamless blend of luxury and eclectic allure, wrapped in an island style celebration of life that is wild, wondrous, and unmistakably SXM.
Happening in February on the French side and in April on the Dutch side, the carnival is an event that embodies local life. Colorful groups fill the streets to the sounds of soca, drums, and whistles. Men and women parade across town admired by dazzled spectators from St. Martin and abroad, their spirits awakened. One by one, teams come before the judges to compete for prizes like best choreography, most beautiful costume, or best performance. But there’s more: concerts, the Jouvert Morning (a parade at dawn), the children’s parade, as well as the Miss Carnival and Miss Carnival Junior competitions.
Happening the first week of March, the Heineken Regatta is the Caribbean’s largest regatta attracting top sailors from 37 countries for 4 days of professionally-run racing in perfect Caribbean conditions. After the race, many parties and concerts with international stars take place, mainly in Simpson Bay and at the Regatta Village.