Editor's Note: This property was formerly Pelican Resort Club.
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May 12, 2010
June 3, 2006
There is ample free parking, tennis courts, three pools, and small shops and restaurants and bars on the premises. Sea charters and inter-island ferries depart from the resort's waterfront.
Units have balconies facing the sea with a view of Saba island in the distance. The balcony is also a great place to enjoy tremendous sunsets with a cool drink in hand.
From journal Dual Personality Island
May 31, 2005
From journal St. Maarten for Two
January 9, 2005
The unit itself was a little bit outdated with a ‘70s feel to it. But I have to say, it was clean. And in the tropical weather, the tile floor kept us cool.
The selection of swimming pools was unbelievable. But my favorite was the one that served poolside (and in-pool) mango daiquiris - yum!
And for a night of not driving around, the on-site casino was a nice change from most resorts.
From journal Our Honeymoon in St. Maartin
July 28, 2003
We were late getting in to St. Maartens after a week in San Juan due to volcano ash carried from the erupion of Montserrat that caused serious mechanical problems for airplanes and delayed our departure by two days.
St. Maarten was much more economical with regard to food, drinks, etc. than San Juan. We can't wait to go back to St. Maarten and would definitely stay at The Pelican Resort again.
From journal Heaven in St. Maartens
July 22, 2003
It was hard to call into the unit. The front desk would let the phone ring forever and usually on my second or third attempt to call would I get through. Check-out was over a half hour in line to wait.
Also, RCI had told me it would be a $100 deposit, however when we arrived we were told it would be a $200 deposit.
From journal Carefree in the Carribean
ellicott city, Maryland
January 1, 2003
From journal Tropical Paradise
Long Island, New York
April 14, 2002
Recent renovations as of 1/1/2004 include a marina pool, furniture in suites, and new plants and shrubs.
From journal St, Marteen/St. Martin, two islands in one.
March 2, 2002
There is a New York style
Delicatessen and a Casino in the center of the resort.
There are three major super markets within a few minutes ride and since the kitchen is fully equipped, we always do much of our own cooking, which can save a lot of money as well as upset stomachs from over-eating.Resort Experience:The resort is owned by the various time sharers who have employed the folks who own Royal Resorts in Cancun and the Cayman Islands as managers. They are experts who do an excellent job. They have trained the staff, who are all very friendly and truly helpful.
The place was spic and span clean, the greenery exciting to look at and well-trimmed. The pools were very well-maintained; the water was always clean and never over-chlorinated. There are two fairly large pools (one is Olympic size) and three smaller and shallower and warmer kidney-shaped ones. The tennis courts seemed well maintained and generally available. Check-in and check-out went smoothly. The only thing to watch out for is the telephone. Those just outside the complex are privately owned and are a major rip-off. The room ones are also expensive but there is a table to show the costs. It's not the resort but the phone company that charges $5.00 per minute to the U.S. There is a young lady who looks after the visitors and offers French lessons, facial excercises, water aerobics, and arts and crafts. If you are interested, just ask for Kathy at the B-pool. There are also water sports activities and a spa.
From journal Timesharing in Sint Maarten