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De ferry naar St. Barts vertrekt meerdere malen per week vanuit Oyster Pond. Maak een uitstapje naar dit exclusieve, naburige eiland.


Captain Oliver's Resort

Captain Oliver’s is een goed middenklasse hotel, een paradijs voor zeilers en watersporters. U zit hier als het ware midden in het beste van twee werelden: de grens tussen Frans en Nederlands St. Maarten loopt dwars door het hotel!

Vanaf € 35,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Uitzicht op de lagune
  • Captain Olivers, kamer
  • Yachthaven bij Captain Oliver's Resort
  • Yachthaven bij Captain Oliver's Hotel
  • Zwembad
Uitzicht op de lagune Captain Olivers, kamer Yachthaven bij Captain Oliver's Resort Yachthaven bij Captain Oliver's Hotel Zwembad



Impressies

Uitzicht op de lagune
Captain Olivers, kamer
Yachthaven bij Captain Oliver's Resort
Yachthaven bij Captain Oliver's Hotel
Zwembad


Over Captain Oliver's Resort

Captain Oliver’s ligt aan het water, in een beschutte baai en is de perfecte locatie als u op zoek bent naar een romantisch, rustig resort-hotel. Het resort omvat restaurants, bars, winkeltjes en een jachthaven van waaruit de liefhebber prachtige catamarantochten kan maken. Een gratis boottransfer brengt u naar het nabij gelegen strand van Dawn Beach. De glazen wand van het zwembad markeert de Nederlands-Franse grens. Het uitzicht over de zee biedt een kijkje op het naburige eiland St. Barths. De ferry naar St.Barts vertrekt meerdere malen per week vanuit Oyster Pond. Bent u van plan bent om te duiken: in de Scuba Dive Shop bij de Captain Oliver’s Marina kunt u alle uitrusting en accessoires huren.

Kenmerken

  • sport en actie

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De ferry naar St. Barts vertrekt meerdere malen per week vanuit Oyster Pond. Maak een uitstapje naar dit exclusieve, naburige eiland.

Hotelnaam:
Captain Oliver's Resort
Plaats/regio:
Franse deel
Code:
H3200
Klasse:
Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 35 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen


Alle kamers in het Captain Oliver's Resort beschikken over airconditioning, een plafondventilator, televisie, kluisje, minibar, badkamer met douche en toilet en een balkon of terras.

Marina/Mountain View: Zoals hierboven met uizicht over de jachthaven of  de bergen.

Ocean View: Zoals Marina/Mountain View, maar dan met zeezicht.

Ocean View Deluxe: Zoals Ocean View, maar met als extra een inloop regendouche. Daarnaast zijn ze dichterbij het zwembad gelegen.



Ligging

Captain Oliver's Resort is gelegen in een baai op slechts een paar minuten afstand van Dawn Beach. De grens tussen Frans en Nederlands St. Maarten loopt dwars door het hotel.

Aantal kamers

37

Faciliteiten

• Restaurant
• Bar
• 2 Restaurants/bars bij de jachthaven
• Zwembad
• Internettoegang
• Beautysalon
• Gift shop
• Duikshop bij de jachthaven
• Shuttleservice naar Dawn Beach

Activiteiten

• Activiteitencentrum


Het Franse deel van Sint Maarten, dat gelegen is in het noorden, is een smeltkroes van de Franse en Caribische cultuur. Het is dan ook een bestemming die u niet kunt overslaan tijdens uw Caraïben rondreis. De sfeer in de hoofdstad van het Franse deel, Marigot, doet denken aan de Cote d’Azur. U kunt hier op een terras genieten van een café au lait met een croissantje, terwijl de luxe jachten voorbijvaren. In de boulangers gaan de Franse stokbroden over de toonbank. Toch is het hier minder toeristisch dan in Philipsburg, de hoofdstad van het Nederlandse deel van Sint Maarten. De levendige sfeer in de stad maakt Marigot wel een bezoekje waard. Het meeste ‘leven in de brouwerij’ is te vinden in de twee havens van Marigot, genaamd Port St. Louis en Marina Port La Royale. Hier vindt u vele gezellige restaurantjes aan het water. Vanaf één van de vele terrasjes kijkt u uit over het eiland Anguilla, dat voor de kust van Sint Maarten ligt. Bij dit prachtige uitzicht geniet u van een chique diner. Wilt u genieten in een wat meer ontspannen sfeer? Dan kunt u genieten van typisch Creoolse gerechten, de specialiteit van het Caribisch gebied. Ook vindt u hier vele leuke boetiekjes, waar u de mooiste kleding en de leukste souvenirs kunt kopen.

"Nice place but a bit far away"

   17-02-2017
This hotel has a very nice view from i think all the rooms and the balconys. Right next to the marina, that also has ferry to island of St. Barth. The rooms are big with balcony. The water not always hot, but rooms are clean. There is also a very nice pool with a fantastic view! There is a beach 10 min walk from the hotel. The one lady in the reception, Dessi, was very helpful through all my stay. Thank you. There are a few (expensive) restaurants and a couple of supermarkets in the area but to me it is a little bit too much isolated. The buses dont go there, so you need to have a car (not that expensive) or an expensive taxi. Trip to the airport is 30 US. But all in all if you can live with being a little bit quite isolated area, then i can recommend!

"Great vacation experience"

   07-02-2017
I stayed for 10 days at Captain Oliver's and had a great experience. We had a very nice room which seems to have been renovated recently. I loved the all white furniture and the great balcony which had amazing views of the ocean and St Barth. The staff took care of all of our requests and questions and made us feel at home.

"Beautiful and very charming hotel"

   07-02-2017
A piece of paradise, staff is great and very helpful. The room was clean and renovated with a huge balcony with amazing unobstructed view towards Saint Barths and the Marina. Each morning we got great coffee and a delicious breakfast.

"A Local Landmark in need of an Upgrade"

   30-01-2017
Captain Oliver's Hotel is a landmark in Oyster Pond which is on the border between Dutch and French St Maarten. Since our flights from Canada are only available Sunday to Sunday and our timeshare is only available Saturday to Saturday, every year we have to figure out where to stay on our last night. This year my husband booked a room at Captain Oliver's. He used to rent sailboats at the Moorings years ago, and had stayed there before. He had fond memories of the place, and he wanted us to experience it as well. The area is quite built up now, I don't know what it was like then, but the roads are narrow and twisting, hilly and full of potholes. The hotel is on the hill overlooking the marina, which in many cases COULD provide guests with pretty views, the villas that we could see on the other side of the street looked quaint with little verandas and flowering plants jutting out over the parking spots below. On our side of the street, however, there were only a few cramped parking spaces beside the garbage bins. The rooms weren't visible from the street at all, but were accessible through the open air lobby. The lobby was nice enough with a tile floor, and slatted windows. A lovely little french woman greeted us and checked us in and gave us directions to our room, which was actually only a few steps from the lobby along an overgrown path made of cement painted red. The old painted door with two small high windows, one on each side didn't provide much in the way of "character". There were two or three like doors on same building. Opposite the door was a fence covered in shrubbery. If you follow the fence along the path for about 15 or 20 feet, you can see a bit of the entrance to the harbour and the hill beyond. A few round cement paving stones, painted white and embedded with various leaves and things for decoration lead down a steep hill to a little wooden dock area and a tiny little beach with a few lounge chairs and some thatched roof-style umbrellas. The wooden dock leads over a low stone wall and out over the water and has a short ladder for anyone who wants to go into the water, but the wood of the dock was aged and rough and you could feel the boards give under your weight. After peeking briefly at the view, we went inside. I could tell at first look that it was old and dated. The tile floor was nice enough and had perhaps been updated but the walls were rough and had obviously been patched and then repainted. The general feeling was one of quaint shabbiness. Everything was painted a fresh bright white and the furniture was white wicker. The closest bed was on a higher level than the one at the back. It almost gave the impression of having been a veranda at some point, which had then been closed in to house a second bed. There was a sliding glass door that we didn't even attempt to open since there was a large tree right outside blocking any view that it might have had. There didn't look to be enough room around the tree to walk out the door. There was also a tv on a long desk (we didn't try it so I don't know how it worked) and a decent sized closet. The beds had bright white sheets and looked clean but we found out when bed time came that they were too hard to be comfortable. There were two pillows for each person, one the size of a body pillow but filled with something that flattened out under pressure, so they provided very little support. I gave up on that pillow and tried the small square one, which was really lumpy but could be scrunched up and beaten into submission so that it at least provided a bit of support. It rained on and off during our stay and the kids informed us that a pipe over the corner of their bed leaked when it did. It wasn't right over the mattress, so they didn't get wet, but they found the dripping noise annoying. It was when we checked out the bathroom that our opinion of our room went from 'meh' to 'oh great'. On one side of the door was a small room that housed only a toilet. The door to the room was larger than the door opening, so the door didn't fully shut and couldn't be locked. My teen-aged daughter was really uncomfortable about that. Part way through the evening the toilet backed up. There was no plunger in sight, so my husband went to the front desk to let them know. The man on the desk at the time simply said there was no one available to do anything about it, and not to use it. He then suggested we come out to the lobby if we needed a bathroom during the night. Sending my daughter out by herself in the middle of the night wasn't something we planned to do, so we decided to keep using the toilet without flushing in case it over flowed. On the other side of the door was another small room that had a countertop with two sinks (one of which didn't drain) and a tiled shower behind a partial wall. The paperwork that they sent with the room said that we should turn on the water and wait several minutes before complaining to the staff. Fortunately, when I had my shower the water was plentiful and didn't take long to heat up. However, as with the toilet room, the door didn't fit the opening and wouldn't close or lock. The room had been advertised as having a small 'kitchenette'. This turned out to be a room the size of a closet that had a sink, a cupboard above the sink and an old discoloured minibar. A hole had been cut into the wall to make a sort of pass-through and a wide board under the window was meant to be used as a breakfast bar judging by the two barstools that had been placed under it. There was a pool available, although I didn't go look at it, the kids went over and looked while we were getting unpacked and said it wasn't bad but they didn't seem in a rush to swim, which is unusual. The next morning when we checked out, the same young woman was on the front desk and offered to buy us breakfast to make up for the issues with the room. In all honesty, breakfast was the high point of our stay. They offered to bring it to our room, but the small eating area off the lobby was much brighter and more pleasant, so we ate there instead. Breakfast was fresh and tasty with four choices from a basic french breakfast that included coffee or tea, a croissant, biscuits, orange juice and fresh fruit. My daughter had that. I ordered the Continental which was basically the same thing plus toast and jam. The guys ordered the American Breakfast which had everything mine did plus turkey bacon, scrambled eggs and 'sausage' (which turned out to be cut up hotdogs). There was one young woman running hither and yon, taking breakfast one tray at a time to the various guest rooms, so it took a while for our food to arrive, but all things considered, it was the highlight of our stay at Captain Oliver's. I find it sad that a place as iconic as Captain Oliver's has been allowed to get into this kind of shape. We certainly won't be back. PS) the questions following my review asked if the hotel provides a safe... I should mention to anyone travelling with valuables, there was indeed a safe... but there was an extra charge to use it.

"Aging small Hotel serving the yachting community"

   30-01-2017
I had stayed at Captain Oliver's years ago when sailing on a Mooring's bareboat charter and had fond memories of that stay, so when we needed to add a day to our timeshare vacation at the Dawn Beach Club, I booked a night at Captain Oliver's. After a week of opulence and overwelming space at the Westin condos the sparse aging room was a bit of a letdown. Our view outside our sliding glass doors was a large overgrown mangrove bush that basically was covering the whole glass and made opening the glass doors impossible. The room was clean but well used, the beds need replacing and the pillows were lumpy. The bathroom was split into two separate areas and neither door fit well enough to allow them to be shut completely which with four of us in the room was uncomfortable. The free wi-fi, like most in the tropics, is barely useable for anything but the tiniest of files or tasks. A sheer curtain separated the two "rooms" in our family suite, not very private and with the bathroom doors not closing our teenaged daughter was not happy about changing or bathing. There is an exposed roof drainage pipe in the lower bedroom that leaks when it rains and as it rains every night in the tropics the drip, drip sound inches from your pillow is quite annoying. The fact that a 220 outlet is also inches from the leaking downspout inside the room is also scary. The major issue happened after dinner. The toilet backed up at 8:30 pm on Saturday night and the night manager just shrugged and suggested coming to the lobby bathroom during the night if a bathroom break was needed. No plunger or maintenance man was apparently available until the following day. The lobby is an open air affair and not closed off in anyway so sending a teenaged girl out to an outdoor bathroom at night was inexcuseable. I approached the day manager with this complaint and although she didn't want to comment on her night counterpoints actions she was good enough to offer to buy us breakfast before we left. All in all, the day staff were friendly and helpful. If sailing, a night before or after your charter would be quite aceptable. At close to $200 per night I would say the value for the money spent was definitely not there.The saving grace was dinner and drinks at the Dinghy Dock bar and grill.


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