La Samanna is a secluded and luxurious resort on Baie Longue on the island of St. Martin in the French West Indies, characterized by white stucco Mediterranean architecture, lush tropical foliage and colorful splashes of flowers. La Samanna nestles amongst lush gardens overlooking 55 acres of spectacular beachfront, offering 81 air-conditioned guest rooms, suites and villas, each featuring an extraordinary ocean view. The interiors throughout the resort feature Caribbean wicker, bamboo and hardwood furniture, accented with light, translucent colors reminiscent of the Caribbean sky and sea. There’s a library, game room, satellite TVs and VCRs, exclusive bath amenities – even an airport pick-up service culminating in Caribbean punch, fresh flowers and fruits upon arrival. The towns on the French side of St. Martin have a beguiling West Indian charm combined
with distinctly French touches - typically
For those who crave action, the choices are endless at La Samanna in beautiful island setting of St Martin. Massages, manicures and pedicures, facial and body treatments are available in guest rooms or in the Elysée beauty treatment room located across from the main building. The Fitness Pavilion features state-of-the-art equipment.
Complimentary sailing, windsurfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and waterskiing are all on hand, while chartered cruises for sightseeing, diving and deep-sea fishing are easily arranged. Three championship tennis courts and a fabulous outdoor recreation pool will keep your days active. Other activities include Catamaran Day Sailing, and Golf nearby.
La Samanna Restaurant offers dramatic open-air dining with panoramic beach and ocean views. World-class cuisine combines fresh, lively, island flavors with classical French techniques. The wine cellar boasts one of the most extensive collections in the Caribbean. And the Poolside Grill serves light meals and beverages on the upper terrace overlooking the pool. Beverage service is available on the beach.
Please note that La Samanna is closed every year from the Tuesday following Labor Day for eight weeks.