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Is it a good idea rent a house in St. Martin?

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My family and I are going to St. Martin in January. We find a lot of websites offering good houses or apartments. The photos are spectacular and the description too. They have service, like a hotel, and you can stay with your family in a wonderfull house with pool just a few steps of the beach.
My doubt is: is that a good idea? Is it safe?
I've never rentend a house in Caribbean before. I've travelled to Caribbean a lot of times and I used to stay in hotes. Now I think with a big family it's interesting to stay in house instead a hotel.
Have anybody been in those houses before? Can you tell me if it's a good idea?
Thanks,
Querols.

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