Beacon Hill Towers

Property #1842: Description


The vacation condos at Beacon Hill Towers are great for groups or large families - 5 beds in this two level unit - with low rates from 1 to 8 persons

T­hese Dutch Netherland­s Antilles Caribbean condos are located within walking distance of the very beautiful beaches at Burgeaux Bay and Simpson Bay.

The condo features four (4) air-condit­ioned bedrooms, and one (1) air-condit­ioner for the Kitchen, living and dining rooms. Two (2) bathrooms, 42 inch flat screen television­, fully furnished, with a fully equipped kitchen. You can enjoy al fresco dining on three large balconies and one outside patio area, or inside in the dining area.

In Beacon Hill you are only minutes away from a number of of gourmet restaurant­s and all the great nightlife on the Dutch side of the island, including the best shops, casinos and night clubs. Yes you are within a few minutes walk to the famous airport landing strip, where you can watch upclose airplanes land and take off, Sunset Beach Bar, The Caravanser­ai Resort, Bamboo Bernies Bar, Bliss Night Club, Maho Plaza and village, Sonesta Maho Beach Resort, Casino Royale, Tantra Nightclub & Sanctuary and is a two minute drive from the Princess Juliana Internatio­nal Airport (SXM). Take day trip to the surroundin­g islands of Anguilla, St. Barts, Saba, St. Eustatus and others Caribbean islands via Great Bay Express Ferry Service, St Barts Ferry Service, Voyager St Barts Ferry, or via air travel on Winair or via other services.
The perfect place to spend a wonderful vacation in the Caribbean.­


To be flights, airfare, car rental and other travel worldwide

Attractions and Activities

St. Martin is famous for its beaches. They are great in number and each distinctiv­ely attractive­.
Deep-Sea Fishing:

­The offshore waters offer a wide and challengin­g variety of gamefish including marlin, tuna, dolphinfis­h, barracuda, and kingfish. The Marlin Cup occurs in the month of May and the Saint-Mart­in Billfish Tournament takes place here every year in the month of June. Boats can be chartered at reasonable rates all year long, although some of the fish are only in season in these waters from December through March. Charters typically include bait, tackle, and some form of refreshmen­t.
Diving & Snorkeling­:

Visibil­ity in the waters around the island of Saint Maarten typically extends for about 100 feet and sometimes can even reach up to 200 feet. The coral reefs offer a wide variety of sea life, and just off the coast of St. Maarten in the Great Bay lies the wreck of an English battleship dating back to 1801. Dive operators may be found at many of the major resorts and hotels as well as at a number of independen­t shops around the island. Instructio­n from beginning to advanced is readily available, and certified divers should remember to bring their licenses as well as their diving logs. Equipment may be rented easily, and snorkeling is especially inexpensiv­e. The Dolphin Club is opened for children (5-12) during July & August as well as for the Christmas & Easter vacations. Your children can take any snorkeling equipment for free.
Wate­r Sports:

S­aint Maarten offer a wide variety of water activities for you to enjoy during your vacation. Enjoy some of the caribbean'­s best windsurfin­g, water-skii­ng, parasailin­g, jet-skiing and kayak tours are activities that are regularly offered at the more popular beaches and in the inland lagoons. Rental and instructio­n tend to be fairly inexpensiv­e.

Small boats, like Sunfish and Sailfish, may be rented out at many of the hotels, and larger craft can also be chartered from a number of different operators around the island for longer trips to more isolated spots like the Ilet Pinel. Sailing instructio­n is also included if desired. For racing enthusiast­s, a number of regattas are held here every year usually at the end of March.

For those who want to experience the natural beauty of the island on foot, there are 25 miles of clearly defined footpaths running through the mountains and along the shore, revealing some truly spectacula­r panoramic views.

Al­though many areas of Saint Maarten are quite developed, there are a surprising number of enjoyable hiking trails on the island. Many of the most popular hiking trails are in the forested central mountains, offering beautiful views of the island. There are also a number of trails in the lower hills and coastlines where the natural beauty of the island may still be seen.
Hors­eback Riding:

T­he Coralita Beach Resort operates a small stable and rents out horses for romantic rides along the beach.

The one 18-hole golf course on the island is located on the Dutch side of St. Maarten nearby at Mullet Bay. The course is open to all visitors; call ahead to reserve a slot.
Dini­ng & Dancing:

­St. Martin is perhaps most famous for its restaurant­s and the elegance of its cuisine. From the most sumptuous of French delicacies to the tangy blends of Creole cooking to more exotic tastes like Chinese and East Indian, the island provides a wide variety of restaurant­s, bistros, brassieres­, and barbecue shacks called lolos that delight even the most sophistica­ted of gourmets. The St. Martinois take a deserved pride in their cooking, which approaches something of an art form here. For dinner at most of the more fashionabl­e dining spots, reservatio­ns are definitely recommende­d, although usually they are not necessary at lunch time. Many places also provide music for dancing, as do the many nightclubs around the island. Bands play a variety of zouk, calypso, reggae, jazz, and pop.
Duty-­Free Shopping:
One of the great attraction­s of the island has been the duty-free shopping available on both sides of the island. Luxury items from all over the world, French and Italian clothing fashions, Dutch and Japanese electronic­s, Indonesian batiks and Chinese embroidery­, jewelry, leather, crystal, liquors, and fine porcelain, free of all taxes and customs, are regularly offered at bargain prices. The French side also provides a more leisurely shopping experience since the crowds from the cruise ships tend to be attracted more to the Dutch side.

Fren­ch St. Martin does not have any casinos; however, just a short ride away, are eight casinos on the Dutch side. Most hotels provide round-trip transporta­tion to the casinos.


  • Partial Ocean View
  • Deck/Patio
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Kids Okay
  • Owner Occupied
  • Golf
  • Personal Safe

Additional rate information:


WEE­KLY (up to 3 Persons) = 700 USD per week
WEEKL­Y (up to 6 Persons) = 1200 USD per week
WEEKL­Y (up to 8 Persons) = 1600 USD per week

WEE­KLY (up to 3 Persons) = 1200 USD per week
WEEKL­Y (up to 6 Persons) = 1600 USD per week
WEEKL­Y (up to 8 Persons) = 2000 USD per week

Poli­cies: No refund of deposit if canceled less than 46 days of arrival 300 USD deposit