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Not only is Simpson Bay Resort & Marina being revamped into a premier resort, with the highest standard of any timeshare resort, its members now have a custom made program designed to enhance their vacation experience. Backed by the leading vacation ownership exchange company in the industry Interval International, the Royal Resorts Caribbean Collection is designed to deliver the highest level of customer service and to maximize each memberâ€™s precious leisure time.
HOW IT WORKS If youâ€™re looking for an easy, flexible and affordable way to vacation, look no further. The Royal Resorts Caribbean Collection membership provides a points-based program designed to provide luxury vacations at renowned destinations. The pointsbased system allows you to tailor each and every vacation to your specific preferences, including length of stay, check-in date, accommodation size, and season of travel. As a Royal Resorts Caribbean Collection member, you gain access to our distinctive resort collection, which entitles you to an array of personalized vacation options. Members may travel to a variety of destinations including: Simpson Bay Resort & Marina The Royal Sea Aquarium Resort in Curacao Interval International resorts located on 19 Caribbean islands Over 2,700 Interval International resorts worldwide Members enjoy many benefits and services throughout the year: Use points to book cruise, golf, and spa packages Personal VIP concierge assistance 24/7 Receive hotel, dining, retail, and leisure discounts Earn rewards on car rentals How you use your points is completely up to you. For the ultimate in flexibility you can add points to your Royal Resorts Caribbean Collection portfolio at any time. As the vacation needs of your family change, you can add what you need when you need it. Existing fixed-week members of Simpson Bay Resort & Marina have the option to enhance their current membership by joining the Royal Resorts Caribbean Collection. Each year you can choose to occupy your fixed week timeshare as you always have, or to exchange your week(s) for flexible vacation points. Get more from your membership with year-round benefits and unmatched flexibility to customize your vacations.
Learn About Our Exciting Promotions Weâ€™re currently offering special pricing and incentives for new members. To learn more about the Royal Resorts Caribbean Collection membership program and how to get the most flexibility and travel options available, please visit our Membership Sales Office located on the 3rd floor of The Villas. Please feel free to call us at ext. 5800 from the resort; or toll-free 888-852-8450 or email to membershipInquiries@royalresortscaribbean.com
Welcome to St. Maarten/St. Martin! You’ve come to a very unique country where extraordinary beauty and friendliness contribute to a peaceful and charming Caribbean way of life. It is the smallest island in the world to be shared by two nations, the Netherlands and France, creating a distinctive European influence with a Caribbean panache. St. Maarten is also the culinary capital of the Caribbean, with an array of elegant culinary fusion that keeps “food lovers” returning each year. With more than 300 restaurants, the island has something for everyone. To this splendid island, Simpson Bay Resort & Marina brings a wonderful resort, offering a wealth of leisure activities. We have plenty of adventures for those who like to stay busy, and six swimming pools plus a beautiful beach for those who enjoy a more relaxed approach. The resort staff joins me in extending a warm island welcome. Now sit back, relax, enjoy your vacation and please call on any of the staff – or me personally – whenever we may be of service. We are committed to serving YOU!
General Manager Simpson Bay Resort & Marina
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Volume 5, Number 3, 2016 â€¢ by Royal Resorts Caribbean simpsonbayresort.com
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Contents 18 | Days Of Fun
26 | Drum band in Orlando 28 | A Nip Of Nectar 30 | Shopping Sensations 38 | Take a Walk on The Malecon 40 | New look of Splash Jewelry Volume 5, number 3, 2016 Â· by Royal Resorts Caribbean
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50 | Dinning & Night Life
53 | The 37th Heineken St Maarten Regatta 66 | La Patrona Restaurant 68 | Island Tips 74 | Café Britt 76 | Resort Tips Volume 5, number 3, 2016 · by Royal Resorts Caribbean
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DAYS OF FUN Ready for some fun in the sun? Simpson Bay Resort & Marina offers a variety of exciting ways to spend your vacation. At the resort you can lounge on the beach or poolside, brush up on some tennis skills, experience an aquatic adventure with Aqua Mania or stay pampered at Lâ€™Aqualigne Spa. Snorkel and scuba trips, island bus tours, and sunset party cruises are all available for those who prefer adventure.
Need some more ideas?
Speak with the Concierge or the knowledgeable staff at Aqua Mania Adventures to begin planning an unforgettable experience.
GETTING YOUR BEARINGS
PAMPER BODY AND SOUL AT THE SPA
Stop by the orientation briefing for information on the island, resort activities, shopping and dining. Please check the weekly activity calendar for the time and location or call the concierge desk just dial Ext. 777.
Lâ€™Aqualigne Health and Beauty Clinic offers a spectrum of treatments and therapies from massages to facials and more. Call Ext. 5211 for more information.
THE CONCIERGE DESK Stop by the concierge desk, conveniently located in the resort lobby, for complimentary assistance with all your vacation needs. All members and guests are welcome to fifteen minutes per day, per villa, of free computer/internet access at the computers in the lobby. Free wireless Internet access is also available throughout the resort. Visit the concierge desk daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. or call 777.
SMOOTH SAILING The calm waters of Simpson Bay are ideal for kayaks and sailing, and as a resort guest or member you are entitled to the complimentary use of a kayak for one hour daily per suite available from Aqua Mania. Kayak hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the use of a kayak is at your own risk. For your own safety, kayak usage is not permitted beyond the reefs; Resort management recommends kayak usage in the bay-area only. Children must be accompanied by an adult, limit two adults per kayak.
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POOL FUN There are six pools on property with one always right outside your villa! Float around in serene comfort or swim up to the pool bar for a drink and some island music.
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HIT THE BEACH Tan on the white sand beach, join in a game of volleyball or explore wildlife with a mask and fins. See our beach staff to get set up with beach chairs under a palapa. AQUA MANIA ADVENTURES AT THE BEACH Scuba diving courses take place right off the beach, and offer guests the chance to experience diving for the first time. After completing the course, guests can explore the reef in front of the resort! SUN TIPS Beware of over exposure to the Caribbean sun! It is very easy to get carried away with sunbathing, especially if you are not accustomed to the intensity of the tropical rays. Make sure to use sunscreen with the SPF suitable for your skin type. Choose environmentally friendly sun products and apply regularly after going in the water. The hottest part of the day is between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Please remember that you can still get burned even when it is cloudy.
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BEACH TOWELS Get your beach towels from the towel booth across from the A-building, which is open from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily. Beach towels are also available at the beach towel booth, which is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, and at Aqua Mania Adventures, open from 8:15 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. in Marina Plaza.
RESORT SHUTTLE SERVICE Use our shuttle service to get around the resort. Call the Front Desk at Ext. 5411 or the Concierge Desk at Ext. 777 to request transport and a van will be sent to your building to take you wherever you want to go on the premises. Transport is available only on request.
FITNESS CENTER Keep up with your daily workout at the Fitness Center, where you will find a variety of exercise machines to help you stay in shape. Call Ext. 5948 for more information. The fitness center is located in the Villas building on the ground floor.
TENNIS ANYONE? The Resort has four lighted tennis courts. For lessons with the Tennis Pro or to reserve court time, please contact your personal concierge Ext. 777 or the security office at Ext. 5911/5912. Equipment can be rented from Aquamania ext. 5214
WIRELESS INTERNET Stay connected with free wireless internet access available at the resort. Call the Front Desk at Ext. 5421 or the Concierge Desk at Ext. 777 for the weekly password. Upgraded internet access is available. Ask the front desk for rates.
Purchase cards at the Front Desk
FIVE DIFFERENT ACCESS LEVELS ARE AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS AND GUESTS:
One day (24 hours) of network access at a speed of 3Mb
One week of network access at a speed of 3Mb
One week (2 devices allowed) of network access at a speed of 3Mb
One month of network access at a speed of 3Mb
One month (2 devices allowed) of network access at a speed of 3Mb
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FREE LODGiNG FOR DRUm BAND’S ORLANDO TRiP
IMPSON BAYGeneration New Status drum band departs today for a much anticipated trip to Orlando, Florida, made possible in large part by Royal Resorts Caribbean (RRC) and Interval International (II). In the highlight of the year, band leader Urmain “Youmay” Dormoy and his young music students are set to perform at locations including Sea World and Old Town. RRC’s Simpson Bay Resort & Marina and Interval International teamed up to offer resort accommodations for their two (2) weeks stay in Orlando ̶ the largest expense ̶ to a group of nearly 70 who are traveling with the band: about 35 young musicians, as well as volunteers, parents and chaperones. This will be Generation New Status’ second trip to Orlando, albeit with a different set of students. The first one in 2012 was deemed a grand success. Besides entertainment and fun, the trip is meant to be educational, to expand the musicians’ horizons, and to let them experience performing for larger crowds. The children will also perform at Westside Community Center, and hope to do the same at the resort or at public parks.
Upon hearing about the planned trip, which was in need of sponsorship, Richard and Julieta Sutton of Royal Resort Caribbean approached Interval International to help make it a reality. “We commend Dormoy for his history of community involvement and dedication to improving children’s lives through music,” says Richard, who credits his wife Julieta for being a driving force behind organizing the sponsorship. The Suttons, along with General Manager Marcel Javois and Marketing Director Theolinda Richardson, showered the drum band representatives with appreciation for their work and words of encouragement at the donation presentation on Tuesday, calling it a “worthwhile initiative.” Five students kicked off the small ceremony with a high-energy performance, using their hands, the table, and each other’s’ backs in place of instruments.
Neil Kolton of Miami-based Interval International stated via press release that Interval was “delighted to support” this venture, adding that the company “has championed the charitable endeavors of its developer clients for many years.” Dormoy not only thanked them for the current donation, but said also that the weekly Tuesday evening Royal Bash performance at Simpson Bay Resort & Marina has been a welcome opportunity for stable work, a “sigh of relief” for the organization which works hard to provide for itself, but needs better funding for clothing and instruments. The Royal Bash, which began in April 2016, is a hit amongst the guests and is seen both as a means of providing unique local entertainment, as well as an opportunity to support a laudable cultural youth organization.
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A Nip of Nectar
Entrepreneur Nalia Muriel built a line of fragrant, wholesome skincare products right here on St. Maarten.
By Rona Gindin
If you stop into the St. Maarten Nectar boutique, you’re bound to leave smelling like the Caribbean. A dab of pineapple-cilantro body polish, a splash of mango sunblock, and you’ll be a walking embodiment of St. Maarten produce. You’d never know the entire line of moisturizers, bug sprays and sun blocks grew quite accidentally. In 1999, Nalia Muriel, then only 18, left her hometown of Zaragoza, Spain, for a job in Holland. Two years later, the Human Resources employee showed up on St. Maarten for vacation. The outgoing world traveler was immediately enchanted by the balmy weather, yet her sensitive skin became irritated by the sunburn and mosquito repellants she needed to use. Thirteen years later, Muriel is still on St. Maarten. Now the soft-spoken businesswoman is head of a five-person, all-female manufacturer of earthfriendly skincare products called St. Maarten Nectar. Nectar, Muriel explains, represents the tropical island by its very meaning, and also by its global reach. “It’s the same word in Spanish, English, Dutch and French,” she says, and a perfect match for this “cosmopolitan” and international destination. The logo includes a hibiscus, a local flower. Once Muriel decided to remain on St. Maarten, she enrolled in “distance” cosmetology courses to learn how to create products that would work with her temperamental skin. For a hands-on education, she also visited manufacturers in France. Friends would smell the lotions she’d concocted in her kitchen and ask about them. Then they’d ask to use some, then to buy a bottle. By 2011, the expat was in business selling all-natural products laced with tropical fruits like passionfruit and papaya. Hotel boutiques and pharmacies on 10 islands began stocking the Nectar line, and pediatric medical professionals starting using the Baby Bug mosquito repellant.
Now the soft-spoken businesswoman is head of a five-person, all-female manufacturer of earth-friendly skincare products called St. Maarten Nectar.
Then tourists, enamored with the Nectar products they’d picked up at their hotels, started showing up at the firm’s two-story factory to see what else the company makes. And so Muriel opened a boutique on the bottom floor, plus an online store, which itself draws customers from as far away as Singapore. Both now stock all 80+ products. Nectar also offers weekly behind-the-scenes tours. At 33, surely Muriel finds this business quite enough to handle. When asked if Nectar is done expanding, though, her quick answer, delivered with laughter, is, “Oh no we’re not!” She won’t share what her next product line extension will be—the last one was facial products like aloe/rosewood/fennel toner and carrot-argan night balm. But she did confess to an interest in farming. “We source our ingredients where they come from, such as argan oil from Morocco. Also, we don’t have enough product on the island—like coconut, aloe and avocado—for all our needs,” Muriel admits. “Our very near future goal is to start producing those for ourselves and others.” Once the agricultural arm is up and running, St. Maarten Nectar products will continue to have only four to eight products, all of them pure—and nearly all of those ingredients will be from Caribbean soil. Now that’s some farm-fresh nectar. The St. Maarten Nectar boutique is located off Welfare Road in Philipsburg’s Cole Bay, near the Simpson Bay Lagoon directly behind the iStore and the rear of the Tropicana Princess Casino and First Caribbean Bank. Visit stmaartennectar.com for more information.
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SHOPPING SENSATIONS Shopping on French Saint Martin and Dutch Sint Maarten offers high quality duty-free goods delivered in charming island style. The island has a well-earned reputation as a shopperâ€™s paradise. Here you will find the best prices on local crafts & arts, exotic foods, jewelry, liquor, tobacco, electronics, leather goods, as well as most elegant designer goods. Duty free, tax-free shops abound. You can literally shop till you drop. There are two main shopping areas on the island, chic Marigot on the French side, and Front Street in the heart of Philipsburg, on the Dutch side. The entire center and marina area of Marigot is a lovely shopping district with old CrĂŠole houses, bistro bars, cafes, restaurants, fashion and designer boutiques, jewelers and perfume shops. Philipsburg features over a mile of shopping. In addition to Front Street, there is Old Street with attractive gift stores and art galleries, and Back Street with a colorful local market, souvenir shops, and inexpensive clothing. Enjoy your shopping spree on either side of the island!
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The capital of Dutch Sint Maarten, Philipsburg, is rich in history and abundant in shopping. Founded in 1763 by John Philips, a Scottish captain in the Dutch Navy, the town’s history is still felt when you pass by the historic Court House that was built in 1793. Philipsburg became a bustling center for international trade including salt mining, which was the Dutch settler’s main interest in this unique island. Remnants of the original Great Salt Pond can still be seen while driving along Walter A. Nisbeth Road, also known as Pondfill Road. On most days, it is impossible to miss the gigantic vessels docked at the A.C. Wathey Pier. Great Bay, the bay in front of Philipsburg, can accommodate six large cruise ships at once. In fact, the pier was expanded in 2009 to accommodate the world’s largest mega class cruise ships. Today, Philipsburg is arguably the premier Caribbean destination for the world’s largest cruise lines.
With its compact nature and easy-tofollow street plan, Philipsburg is made for pedestrian traffic and an ideal shopping experience. The Boardwalk, along the beautiful shores of Great Bay, is the place to grab a drink or have lunch while listening to live music. Head on up to Front Street for fantastic shops packed with jewelry, electronics and clothing stores. Front Street is also home to a variety of points of interest, including the St. Maarten Museum and the St. Maarten Guavaberry Company. Although guavaberries grow throughout the Caribbean, St. Maarten has taken their cultivation to special heights, and the St. Maarten Guavaberry Company offers liqueur, barbecue sauce, jam and other goods all made with the island’s native fruit. Make sure to stop by for free samples of their delicious Rum blends including the famous Guavaberry Colada. Turn north onto any alley (Dutch: steeg) or street (Dutch: straat) and you will find a busy shopping area, Back Street. The market
here offers a taste of Caribbean flair with a variety of clothing stores and kiosks with great bargains. Getting from the resort to Philipsburg couldn’t be easier. Take Aqua Mania’s water taxi, rent a car on site from Dollar/Thrifty & Paradise car rental, or ride the free, air-conditioned bus provided by AMA jewelers. Cold drinks and a short guided tour covering the history and interesting landmarks is included. Check with your personal concierge for bus schedules and to sign up. Once you experience the flavor of Philipsburg, you are sure to crave another trip to the Caribbean’s shopping capital.
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MARIGOT Set sail from Simpson Bay Resort & Marina or enjoy a 10 min. drive over the causeway, to experience French flavor in the port town of Marigot. Explorers will be well rewarded with an adventure unlike anything the Dutch side of the island has
Shops offer many of the same high-end goods you’ll find at shops in Philipsburg – perfume, jewelry and clothing to name a few – but with a decidedly French influence. Many of the best boutiques can be found in the West Indies Mall, which
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to offer. In contrast to the bustling cruise ship port of Philipsburg, Marigot is home to luxury yachts and charming boutiques. The cafés and bars along the marina offer some of the best pizza on the island, daily specials and fresh mussels, and remain packed with patrons throughout the day. Inland from the marina and those bustling cafés, you’ll find the Rue de la Liberté and the beginning of your shopping experience in Marigot.
lies at the base of a hill. Fort St. Louis sits at the top of the very same hill. Built in 1767 from plans developed by King Louis XVI, more famous for being guillotined during the French Revolution, this squat stone fort is one of the must-see sites in Marigot and offers a stunning view of the entire city. Another, perhaps more macabre site, is the city’s cemetery, which dates back to the early 19th century. The French Caribbean influence will be noticeable to anyone who has been
and Saturday from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Rue de France, along the wharves. This is a wonderful time to enjoy many of the local farmer’s treats such as sweet potatoes, coconuts, tropical fruits, local spices, fresh fish, and of course the various local arts and crafts.
Along with these sites, visitors should be sure to hit Marigot’s open-air market, which takes place each Wednesday
For Francophiles who visit the resort, Marigot is a must-see. We recommend getting there nice and early so you can start your day with a warm croissant and
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TAKE A WALK ON THE MALECON
Simpson Bay Resort christens new bay front attractions Malecon (noun) Spanish pronounced mahl-a-cone 1. A stone built embankment along a waterfront. 2. A breakwater or seawall 3. A public walk, esplanade. The management and staff of Simpson Bay Resort are putting the finishing touches on the final phase of an ambitious five-year renovation plan, which has seen the complete refurbishment of every unit in the original resort. But long before the dust had settled on this project the resort launched upon another impressive undertaking, “The Malecon”. Unlike the unit renovation, which was financed by roughly equal contributions from the member’s renovation assessment and the resort Developer, The Malecon project is entirely Developer funded. Designed by Sint Maarten architect Servi Van der Hoek, the Malecon project features a complete renovation of the marina waterfront. An extensive network of large gazebos and covered walkways have been finished with a “New Orleans” feel in mind. Central to this is the beautiful ornamental ironwork, which was handcrafted in Italy and will become a recurring theme in future works. Terra cotta color “S” roof tiles lend a Spanish flair while beautiful random pattern pavers and stacked stone columns complete a look of unsurpassed charm. Two large, rambling elevated planters provide landscaping feature as well as a bandstand and options for dining at the water edge. The adjacent plaza area will feature two fire pits and outdoor furnishings for evening gatherings. An elevated concrete “boardwalk” now connects the Marina with the adjacent beach and the soon to be renovated “Barefoot Beach Bar and Restaurant” for
casual dining and drinks on the beach. The beach itself is getting a makeover. The old ramshackle look of concrete and palm frond beach umbrellas and souvenir shacks will be gone in favor of delightful grass thatch roof palapas and a collection of small retail vendors in charming spaces. The cornerstone of the Malecon will be “La Patrona”, the island’s only authentic upscale Mexican restaurant. Not your standard “Tex-mex” fare, La Patrona will feature the finest authentic dishes from the Yucatan and Central Mexico. Other restaurants, retail spaces and entertainment opportunities are in the planning and construction phase. A new sweeping stairway connects the Malecon with the newly renovated Marina Plaza. The same beautiful pavers and new landscaping featuring Royal Palms, dramatic uplighting and beautiful stair tile make a grand entrance from the street. A few steps down the hall brings you to the just renovated Marina pool, pool bar and deck. Future plans will include dining on the Marina Pool deck with a stunning view of Simpson Bay and the Caribbean Sea. In recent years, Simpson Bay has become the “go to spot” on the island of Sint Maarten. Simpson Bay Resort is sure to be the “go to spot” for visitors and residents to enjoy the finest that the island has to offer.
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The New Look of Splash Jewelers First established in 1987, Splash Jewelers is one of the most reputed jewelry stores on the sunny Caribbean isle of St. Maarten. Our prime aim is customer satisfaction and a memorable shopping experience while enjoying a beautiful vacation. Splash Jewelers has an exquisite selection of certified loose diamonds, precious and semi-precious stones, and watches. We also have a big selection of black & white diamonds and champagne diamonds all set in platinum or 14K and 18K gold, and a unique selection of gold jewelry to indulge in and create incredible memories that last a lifetime. All three of our locations are situated in prime resorts in the heart of Simpson Bay. Two of our stores are located at the esteemed Simpson Bay Resort & Marina which has a perfect view of the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Our third store is located at the Royal Palm Beach Resort whose proximity to the Yacht Club gives a stunning view of the Caribbean sunsets by the lagoon. Come visit us at any one of our three locations to begin a journey of a lifetime and take a piece of your vacation with you.
Jewellers Since 1987
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Dining & Night Life
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No matter what you’re craving Sint Maarten and Saint Martin is a great place to dine. Delight your palate with the tasty culinary choices offered in more than 350 restaurants. The island, we’ve been told, has the most restaurants per square mile in the Caribbean. Sint Maarten and Saint Martin are truly international destinations making up the gastronomic capital of the Caribbean. There are hundreds of gourmet restaurants, bistros and sidewalk cafés on this little island. Heralded by crimson sunsets over azure blue seas, unforgettable nights await you in Sint Maarten and Saint Martin. The island’s legendary nightlife attracts visitors from all over the world. Test your luck at roulette, blackjack, Texas Hold ‘Em poker and more at lively casinos located on the Dutch side of the island. Dance the night away at stylish clubs and discotheques or relax at local beach bars, laid back lounges and beachside BBQs with steel drum bands, or sail the evening away on scenic dinner cruises. When it comes to dynamic dining and nightlife, St. Maarten / St. Martin offers something for everyone.
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Fine Mexican Cuisine LA PATRONA, FINE MEXICAN CUISINE
ince June 2015, we at Simpson Bay Resort have been preparing this surprise, taking care of every detail in all aspects, and finally this dream has come true, a seaside Mexican restaurant with traditional Mexican Fare. A place with a totally different atmosphere, La Patrona. A Mexican restaurant that will delight your palate with the authentic flavors of this cuisine, which is one of the most unique culinary experiences in the world. In the kitchen Chef Luis is in charge of the design of traditional Mexican family recipes, as well as selected dishes, creating an experience of flavors that will meet the demands and expectations of the most discerning palate. All will be prepared with authentic Mexican ingredients. From the hand-made tortilla to the chiles in nogada, all are prepared with the original Patrona grandmotherâ€™s recipe.
La Patrona will feature tableside cooking, delicious flambe main courses and special deserts. You will enjoy the Caesar Salad created in Mexico by the italian chef Cesar Cardini, as well as other dishes that your host will prepare at your table to complete the magic that generates from this type of cuisine. La Patrona will have exclusive tequilas and mezcales that can be enjoyed in the authentic Mexican way, guided by your hosts. We will invite you to enjoy these prehispanic drinks while you delight in the most ancient secrets of mezcal and tequila. We will also have the most ex-
clusive cocktail menu where you can enjoy mixtures developed by our expert mixologists. La Patrona will also feature “The Patrona’s Table”, an exclusive dining room where you can experience the true secrets of ancient dishes that will fill you with new flavors and a memorable culinary experience that you will never forget, taking you along the path of prehispanic Mexico on a culinary adventure like no other. If you visit St. Maarten, do not miss the opportunity to meet and enjoy a unique place with flavors that you will never forget. La Patrona, fine mexican cuisine.
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ISLAND TIPS Vacation is all about relaxing and having fun. Here are a few tips to make sure your stay on island is nothing but smooth sailing.
ISLAND LINGO While English is spoken everywhere the official languages on the island are Dutch in Sint Maarten and French in Saint Martin. You may also hear Papiamentu in Sint Maarten and Creole Patois in Saint Martin. With over 160 different nationalities on the island, you will hear other world languages such as Spanish, Chinese and Hindi, just to name a few.
MONEY MATTERS The official currency of Dutch St. Maarten is the Netherlands Antilles Guilder (NAF) and on French St. Martin it is the Euro.
US dollars and all major credit cards are widely accepted and there are ATMs throughout the island. Identification is needed in order to cash travelers checks.
PHONES To place a call from the resort to numbers on the Dutch side of the island, dial 9 + the 7-digit number. To call the French side of the island, dial 9 + 00590 + 590 + the 6 - digit number; for cell phones on the French side, please dial 9 + 00690 + 590 + the 6 - digit number.
Please note that Country Sint Maarten is now part of the North American dialing plan; the North American prefix is 721 followed by the 7 digit number. For example, if you call Simpson Bay Resort & Marina from North America, dial +1-721544-2503.
The resort it equipped with surveillance cameras and utilizes 24 hour security. In addition, the staff is trained to be on the alert for anything amiss. However, you should still use the in-room safe to store your valuables. Never leave your
â€œThe Island capitals, Philipsburg in the Dutch side and Marigot in the French side, are both duty-free zonesâ€?
belongings unattended in parked cars or on the beach. Walking alone at night on the beach or in areas with no streetlights is not recommended. Likewise, do not draw attention to yourself by displaying large amounts of cash or expensive jewelry. When on vacation it is always a good idea to carry copies of your passport, credit card numbers and the phone number of your credit card company in your wallet.
NEWSPAPERS Leading US and European newspapers are available on St. Maarten. For local
news, check the St. Maarten Daily Herald and its Thursday Out & About section. Newspapers can be purchased at Peli Deli, located next to the Red Piano.
ISLAND SHOPPING The Island capitals, Philipsburg in the Dutch side and Marigot in the French side, are both duty-free zones full of jewelry and watches, lead crystal, French perfumes, electronics and designer labels. Other good buys are paintings by island artists, local hot sauces, preserves, and Guavaberry liqueur, which is distilled from the berries of a native tree. Ask the Concierge about a
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free shopping trip to Philipsburg and the water taxi shuttle offered by Aqua Mania Adventures to Marigot. Shopping hours: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. in St. Maarten and 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. on the French side.
RENTING A CAR Rent a car and explore the island at your own pace. Dollar/Thrifty & Paradise Car Rental is located in the Resort lobby. Open Sunday to Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Saturday from 8:15 a.m. to 6 p.m.
TIME ZONE Atlantic Standard Time year round (equivalent to Eastern Daylight Savings Time).
BRIDGE INFORMATION Simpson Bay Lagoon on St. Maarten is a major port for mega yachts and sailboats. To allow boats to enter or leave, the Simpson Bay Bridge has to open. The bridge opens on Airport Road at: 8:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. The new Causeway Swing Bridge opens at: 8:15 a.m., 9:45 a.m., 10:15 a.m., 11:45 a.m., 3:45 p.m. and 5:15 p.m.
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Brief History of CafĂŠ Britt The Company was founded in 1985 to export gourmet coffee from its home base in Costa Rica. It has since expanded to include production of chocolates and operation of souvenir stores. Its coffee and chocolates division is a wholesale supplier to hotels, restaurants and supermarkets in Latin America and the Caribbean. Its products reach more than 150,000 customers in North America and other parts of the world via Internet sales. The retail shops division operates specialized travel and souvenir stores in nine countries. Grupo Britt manufactures its own brand of premium coffees, chocolates and related products. It designs most of its products in-house and integrates both its physical and Internet-based channels of distribution. The Company is present in international airports in the following countries: Costa Rica, Peru, Chile, Uruguay, Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Antigua & Barbuda, Curacao, Nouvelle Caledonie and Miami, USA. The Company has coffee and chocolate production plants in Costa Rica (since 1985) and PerĂş (since 2005). For purposes of coffee production, the Company maintains a close relationship with its growers to ensure a high-quality finished product that meets environmental-protection requirements. In other areas, such as local handicrafts, the Company has established long-term relationships with its suppliers. Today, Britt is the industry leader in gourmet coffee in over 10 countries. Its products reach millions of customers in the United States and other regions via Internet and direct retail sales.
Britt Shop Grupo Britt (the Britt Group) was founded in Costa Rica in 1985, with the goal of positioning its gourmet coffee in major international markets. Over the years, the market itself invited innovation and encouraged change to this business model, changing the focus to Britt Shop retail stores, primarily in airports and tourist spots. In the early 90’s, Grupo Britt opened a retail store in Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría International Airport, leveraging the brand’s creativity to adapt a golf cart for use as a kiosk cafe, where consumers could purchase bags of Britt gourmet coffee while tasting a delicious cup of coffee, cappuccino or espresso. In 2001, the airport opened space for commercial outlets, and Grupo Britt won the bid to operate some of the first gift shops. The Britt Shop concept took off, and soon grew beyond the confines of the airport and even Costa Rica. A natural progression of its vision, Grupo Britt made the decision to expand into international markets as a multi-local company, developing new products in every country where it opened operations. Rather than export products, Britt exported its successful business model.
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Resort Please take a few minutes to read this section and familiarize yourself with Simpson Bay Resort & Marinaâ€™s regulations and the additional services available. We appreciate your cooperation in helping all our members and guests enjoy their vacation, and in helping our staff maintain the resort in tiptop condition. We trust you will have a wonderful stay at Simpson Bay Resort & Marina. Please stop by the Membership Sales Office to renew old acquaintances, pick up the latest information on where to go and what to do, or learn more about the advantages of becoming a member here.
VISITOR POLICY Simpson Bay Resort & Marina is a private club and access is controlled. All members, guests and other visitors must register at the Front Desk upon arrival. May we suggest that you use discretion when inviting new acquaintances to your unit. All members, guests and visitors must agree to follow the published resort regulations and those of the affiliated facilities they may use during their stay. The Resort also reserves the right to terminate the use of resort facilities to anyone refusing to comply with the rules. The law of St. Maarten, to the exclusion of the laws of any other jurisdiction whatsoever, shall apply to and shall govern, and the courts and authorities of Country St. Maarten shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any claim arising from any accident, injury, or illness occurring during your stay at the Resorts or as a consequence thereof.
7 8 RESORT LIFE YOUR RESORT HOME The Resort staff will do everything possible to make your stay pleasant and comfortable and if a problem should arise please report it to the Front Desk. You can rest assured that the matter will be taken care of as quickly as possible, often within minutes. Aside from maintenance requests, situations sometimes occur as a result of human error, for example, confusion over similar sounding names or breakages during Saturday unit changes. Accidents will happen and rather than expecting some form of complimentary compensation, a sincere apology from resort personnel should suffice. The Resort is not a hotel nor is it managed as such. It is non-profit and member dues cover operating expenses only. There are no funds to cover free dinners, extra nights, or gifts. The cost of such compensatory awards would come directly from member dues. Accepting this fundamental difference is essential to understanding why compensation is not permitted for any minor inconvenience you might encounter during your visit.
CHECKING IN Check-in time is 4 p.m. Upon check-in you may request the number of keys you require. A $250 USD refundable deposit is required upon check in.
CHECKING OUT Check-out time is 10 a.m. This time is strictly enforced and villas that have not been checked out at the Front Desk and vacated will be charged $100 USD per hour. Housekeeping will remove all belongings to prepare the villa for the next occupants. Complimentary luggage storage is available with the Bellman and changing rooms with showers are available in the gym.
MEDICAL SERVICE An independent doctor provides 24-hour medical service. Guests must pay all medical expenses (doctor’s fees, hospital charges, ambulances and prescriptions) directly to the provider. The Resorts assume no responsibility for any medical service provided.
CONCIERGE DESK A group of friends in St. Maarten you haven’t met yet. Enjoy the island to the fullest with best recommendations of restaurants, bars, beaches, the do’s and don’ts. Come to the concierge desk located in the lobby open daily or call 777.
NO SMOKING For the health and comfort of fellow guests, a no smoking policy is now part of the official Rules and Regulations. Smoking is permitted on the terraces with the sliding doors closed and using the ashtray provided. Smoking is strictly prohibited at all times inside the units. The policy helps keep your unit in better condition and reduces the need for additional cleaning. Violators of this rule (including smoking in the villa, on the terrace with the sliding doors open or with the ashtray inside the villa) risk a fine up to $500 USD. This fee is the amount it will cost to clean the villa and to relocate the guests the following weeks. Thank you for your cooperation.
MAID SERVICE Maid service is provided as follows: • Saturday check in: Tuesdays • Two week stay: Tuesdays and Fridays • Sunday check in: Wednesdays • Two week stay: Sunday and Wednesdays Each unit contains two extra sets of bath linens.
OCCUPANCY POLICIES Your unit has been designed to make your stay as pleasant as possible. Observing a few simple rules will ensure the comfort of our members and guests and help keep maintenance costs to a minimum: 1. P lease do not use bath linens to remove make up, clean dirty items, or in the kitchen. 2. Please do not place plastic items in the dishwasher.
Maids do not clean the kitchen. Before check out all kitchen items must be cleaned and returned to their storage space. If the kitchen and utensils are not clean, a service charge of $100 USD will be levied. Daily maid service is available upon request. Additional fees are $25 USD per day for Studio/Junior Suite, $35 USD one-bedroom villa and $45 USD for a two-bedroom villa. Please review the kitchen inventory, sign the inventory form and return to the Front Desk. Housekeeping will check the inventory and any shortages or unit damage beyond normal usage will be charged to the occupant. Please check the condition of the kitchen counter upon arrival, if you notice any damage, please report it to the Front Desk to avoid an additional charge upon check out.
3. Please do not sit on the furniture when wet or covered with suntan lotion.
VOICE MAIL + PLUS
You may use the telephone voice mail system to leave messages and if a reply is required, answers will be provided at the earliest possible time. The system allows members and guests to maximize their vacation enjoyment and not spend time looking for or waiting to talk to Managers. To use Voice Mail + Plus, simply dial 1999 and then follow the prerecorded instructions to leave your message for different departments.
4. P lease do not hang towels, bathing suits or other items from the terrace railing. 5. P lease do not drape damp clothing over the lamp shades or furniture. 6. Please do not litter. 7. In order to prevent mildew, condensation, or odors, please use the air conditioning only when all doors are closed. 8. Each unit has a safety deposit box located inside the closet. Type of unit Accommodates Studio - Sleeps 2 Studio - Sleeps 4 One Bedroom Two Bedrooms Penthouse Three Bedrooms
2 persons 4 persons 4 persons 6 persons 6 persons 8 persons
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POOL RULES AND REGULATIONS Pool hours are from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., daily. Unaccompanied children under the age of twelve must use the shallow pool area.
6. B ottles or glass items are not allowed in the pool or beach areas.
Children under parental supervision are allowed to use any pool area. To check out beach towels please present the towel card you received at check-in.
7. F loats, rafts and beach equipment are not allowed in the pool area except in the childrenâ€™s pool.
Please return towels and retrieve your card which must be handed in at the Front Desk during check-out. Beach towels can be exchanged once a day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
9. Do not take the terrace furniture from your unit to the beach or pool area.
1. Do not use the pool while service signs are posted. 2. No diving or jumping is permitted. 3. No splashing near the swim-up bars. 4. No bonfires on the beach or pool areas. 5. Radios, CD or Mp3 players are not allowed in the pool or beach areas without personal earphones.
8. No running or horseplay in the pool area.
10. W hen returning from the beach, please shower with fresh water provided near the beach. 11. Pool lifeguards are not available. Swim at your own risk. Please Note: Parents will be held directly responsible for the actions of their children. Please make sure that all family members know and understand the pool rules.
ABOUT THE BEACH The turquoise waters and brisk warm breezes of the Caribbean are beautiful and alluring, but safety is still important. Please observe the warning flags prominently displayed on the beach. Black: Do not enter. Red: Strong wave action - unsafe for swimming. Yellow: Moderate wave action - swimming not advisable. Green: Calm sea - enjoy, enjoy, enjoy. All beaches in St. Maarten are Federal property and Simpson Bay Resort & Marina assumes no responsibility for injury, theft or other incidents in this area. Use of the beach and ocean is at the personal risk of the member or guest. Lifeguards are not available and swimming is at your own risk. Swimming at night is not recommended. Do not stake out your territory by placing towels or other items on the furniture or under beach umbrellas. All such items left unattended will be removed promptly by security. It may be possible to reclaim personal items by adequately describing them; however, the Resort beach towels and other equipment so removed will be charged to your account.
YOUR FEEDBACK PLEASE Your feedback is critical in our performance and improvement process. We appreciate you spending your vacation time at the Resort and ask that you take a moment to complete the survey so we may better serve you on your return visit.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION BABYSITTING $10 USD per hour ($2 USD per extra child). Please contact the Front Desk 24 hours in advance or the Housekeeping department at Ext. 5600, 5615 or 5620.
BOARDING PASSES Boarding Passes can be printed in the concierge center (charges apply), call Ext. 777 for information.
SUGGESTED TIPPING Bellman: $1.50 USD per bag Maids: $3 USD per day A 15% service charge is automatically added to your bill in most of the restaurants on the island.
ELECTRICITY 110 AC (same as in the United States).
LOST AND FOUND Contact the Front Desk or Security Department.
WAKE-UP CALLS Please call the Operator or the Front Desk for assistance.
ICE Resort refrigerators are equipped with an ice maker. You may also purchase ice at most convenience stores.
PHONE CALLS Please check with the Operator by calling 0 as dialing long distance can be expensive. Long distance calls are charged to your villa. Dialing the US: 9 + 1 + area code + phone number International: 9 + 011 + country code + city code + phone number. There is a charge for local calls.
DOCTOR For medical services please call the Front Desk at Ext. 5421.
MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION To become a distinguished Resort Member or receive Membership information, please visit the Membership Sales office or call Ext. 5800 for enrollment information. Drop in to learn how to maximize your membership and streamline your portfolio.
8 2 RESORT LIFE LAUNDROMAT There are laundry rooms in the Dieffenbachia, Bougainvillea, Caladium and Marina buildings and on the third floor between the stairs in both wings of the Villas. All are open 24 hours. You may purchase tokens to use the washing machines and dryers from the Front Desk or at the towel booth across from the A-building, $2 USD per token.
TAXIS Available upon request, please ask your concierge or the Front Desk for assistance calling a taxi. A $10 USD refundable deposit is required before calling for a taxi, if none are available.
PARKING A parking permit is required to park your car in the Resorts. This may be obtained at the Front Desk. Please lock your vehicle; management is not responsible for theft or damage.
MAINTENANCE REQUESTS A maintenance request form is located on the kitchen counter. Please use this form to report any maintenance problems to the Front Desk.
NO ADVERTISING Use of the accommodations and facilities associated with Simpson Bay Resort is limited solely to Simpson Bay Resort members and their guests, exchangers and renters. Resort accommodations and facilities are provided for recreational purposes only, and any use associated with commercial ends is expressly prohibited including, but not limited to, resale of Simpson Bay Resort & Marina Memberships. No “for sale” or “for rent” signs or other advertising shall be placed or distributed in any part of the common areas or the units. The right to place and maintain such signs belongs solely to Simpson Bay Resort & Marina.
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FIRE Familiarize yourself with the fire extinguisher location nearest to your villa and, in the unlikely event of a fire, please observe the following procedures: • Report the fire to the Front Desk at Ext. 5421. • If possible, close all windows and doors. • Leave your unit at once. • D o not use the elevator – exit the building by the stairs as marked.
HURRICANES Hurricanes do not happen instantly and there is ample warning of an approaching storm. You will be advised by Management on the proper safety procedures to follow should the situation arise.
RESORT DIRECTORY Alexander’s Local Classic
Aqua Mania Adventures
Front Desk General Manager House phones L’Aqualigne Spa Local Calls
5421/5422 5331 5424/5426 5211 9 + 7 Digit Number
Membership Sales Office
Member Services Center
Night Cap Sky Lounge/Rooftop
Operator & Fax Services
Pool Bar (B)
Pool Bar/ Chill out Bar (Marina)
Red Piano Bar
Thrifty/Paradise Car Rental
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IN-HOUSE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
To call units within the resorts
Caladium Allamanda Room A1B A2B A3B A4B
71011 71021 71031 71041
Room A1A A2A A3A A4A
71012 71022 71032 71042
A5B A6 A8 A10
71051 71061 71081 71101
Room A5A A7 A9 A11
B102 B104 B106-2 B110 B112-2 B116 B118-2 B122 B124 B126 B128 B130 B132 B134 B201 B202 B203 B204
72102 72104 72106 72110 72112 72116 72118 72122 72124 72126 72128 72130 72132 72133 72201 72202 72203 72204
B205 B206 B207 B208 B209 B210 B211 B212 B213 B214 B215 B216 B217 B218 B219 B220 B221 B222 B223 B224 B225
72205 72206 72207 72208 72209 72210 72211 72212 72213 72214 72215 72216 72217 72218 72219 72220 72221 72222 72223 72224 72225
B226 B227 B228 B229 B230 B231 B232 B233 B234 B302 B304 B306 B308 B310 B312 B314 B316 B318 B320 B322 B324
B326 B328 B330 B332 B334 B402 B404 B406 B408 B410 B412 B414 B416 B418 B420 B422 B424 B426 B428 B430 B432 B434
73112 73122 73132 73142 73152 73162
C17A C18A C19A C20A C21A C22A
73172 73182 73192 73202 73212 73222
C11B C12B C13B C14B C15B C16B
73111 73121 73131 73141 73151 73161
C17B C18B C19B C20B C21B C22B
73171 73181 73191 73201 73211 73221
72226 72227 72228 72229 72230 72231 72232 72233 72234 72302 72304 72306 72308 72310 72312 72314 72316 72318 72320 72322 72324
B152 B154 B156-2 B160 B162 B164-2 B168 B170 B174
B176 B178-2 B251 B252 B253 B254 B255 B256 B257 B258
B259 B260 B261 B262 B263 B264 B265 B266 B267 B268 B269
B270 B271 B272 B273 B274 B275 B276 B277 B278 B279 B280
72176 72178 72251 72252 72253 72254 72255 72256 72257 72258
72259 72260 72261 72262 72263 72264 72265 72266 72267 72268 72269
B352 B354 B356 B358 B360 B362 B364 B366 B370 B372 B374
B376 B378 B380 B452 B454 B456 B458 B460 B462 B464 B466
B468 B470 B472 B474 B476 B478 B480 B552 B554 B556 B558
B560 B562 B564 B566 B568 B570 B572 B574 B576 B578 B580
Ext. 72326 72328 72330 72332 72334 72402 72404 72406 72408 72410 72412 72414 72416 72418 72420 72422 72424 72426 72428 72430 72432 72434
C1A C2A C3A C4A C5A
73012 73022 73032 73042 73052
C6A C7A C8A C9A C10A
73062 73072 73082 73092 73102
C1B C2B C3B C4B C5B
73011 73021 73031 73041 73051
C6B C7B C8B C9B C10B
73061 73071 73081 73091 73101
D1 D2 D3 D4 D5
74011 74021 74031 74041 74051
D6 D7 D8 D9 D10
74061 74071 74081 74091 74101
D11 D12 D13 D14 D15
74111 74121 74131 74141 74151
D16 D17 D18 D19 D20
74161 74171 74181 74191 74201
F13 F14 F15 F16 F17 F18
76131 76141 76151 76161 76171 76181
F19 F20 F21 F22 F23 F24
76191 76201 76211 76221 76231 76241
F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6
76011 76021 76031 76041 76051 76061
F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12
M201 M202 M203 M204 M205 M206 M207 M208 M209 M210 M211 M212 M213 M215 M216 M217
78201 78202 78203 78204 78205 78206 78207 78208 78209 78210 78211 78212 78213 78215 78216 78217
M218 M219 M220 M301 M302 M303 M304 M305 M306 M307 M308 M309 M310 M311 M312 M313
78218 78219 78220 78301 78302 78303 78304 78305 78306 78307 78308 78309 78310 78311 78312 78313
M314 M315 M316 M317 M318 M319 M320 M401 M402 M403 M404 M405 M406 M407 M408 M409
78314 78315 78316 78317 78318 78319 78320 78401 78402 78403 78404 78405 78406 78407 78408 78409
M410 M411 M412 M413 M414 M415 M416 M417 M418 M419 M420 M510 M512 M515 M517 M520
78410 78411 78412 78413 78414 78415 78416 78417 78418 78419 78420 78510 78512 78515 78517 78520
76071 76081 76091 76101 76111 76121
72352 72354 72356 72358 72360 72362 72364 72366 72370 72372 72374
C11A C12A C13A C14A C15A C16A
72152 72154 72156 72160 72162 72164 72168 72170 72174
71052 71071 71091 71111
72376 72378 72380 72452 72454 72456 72458 72460 72462 72464 72466
72468 72470 72472 72474 72476 72478 72480 72552 72554 72556 72558
Ext. 72270 72271 72272 72273 72274 72275 72276 72277 72278 72279 72280
Ext. 72560 72562 72564 72566 72568 72570 72572 72574 72576 72578 72580
The Villas at Simpson Bay
Villa numbers run from 101 to 113, 201 to 213, 301 to 313, 401 to 413, 501 to 513, 602 to 613, 703, 704, 709. 710, 711, 712, 810 and 811. To call the suite dial 8 + villa number + 0 To call the room dial 8 + villa number + 1 To call the kitchen dial 8 + villa number + 2 Example: Villa Suite Room Kitchen 101 8 101 0 8 101 1 8 101 2
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