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Covecastles Villa Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • secluded, large, private villas
  • private beach with reef for snorkeling
  • great service

    Cons

  • beach is small and rocky
  • located at the far end of the island
  • redecoration is overdue

Covecastles Villa Resort Review

Though this secluded Myron Goldfinger–designed enclave resembles a series of giant concrete baby carriages from the outside, the airy curves and angles of the skylighted interiors are comfortable, if a little dated, with the sort of oversize wicker furniture and raw-silk accessories that defined resort-chic in the late 1980s. One- to five-bedroom villas have Brazilian walnut doors, and windows perfectly frame tranquil views of St. Martin. Units are equipped with current amenities like flat-screen TVs and DVD players, but the Formica kitchens and standard-issue bathrooms could stand some upgrading, especially at these prices. The Point, the newest unit, features five large bedrooms right on the beach and a private pool and hot tub on a broad oceanfront terrace. Private catered meals are available.

    Hotel Details

  • 16 apartments.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 03-03-2014

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