St. Eustatius

St. Eustatius has described by many as “old school” Caribbean. The Island lays 33 miles south of Sint Maarten. It has a very rich and interesting history. Statia is a volcanic island and as such has volcanic sand beaches. The area was a very wealthy trading place in the golden age of the Caribbean. From this area St. Eustatius has gotten the nickname the golden rock of the Caribbean. Find yourself a nice spot with some shade of the sea grape, while you doze off with the gentle sounds of the waves splashing the sandy shores.

Old Gin House

The Old Gin House Hotel and restaurant is a quant historic waterfront hotel on an ever so interesting island. The Hotel has a beautiful historic bar, restaurant, ocean terrace, pool and lobby. You can enter the sea either in front or a little to the right of the Hotel, for a quick swim or adventurous snorkel tour along the old historic sea wall. Dive with Scubaqua on St. Eustatius’ unexplored reefs, wrecks, pinnacles and walls. Where else in the world do you and eight underwater ecosystems and how many times where you escorted by turtles during your whole dive? Submerge yourself in warm and clear water to experience diving in the most untouched island in the Caribbean.

Orange Bay Hotel

Orange Bay Hotel is known for it authentic and peaceful vibe. Located on the bay area, just a stone’s throw away from the Caribbean Sea and walking distance of restaurants, historical sights and supermarkets. Orange Bay Hotel has 8 rooms (6 of which have fantastic sea views) and a private cabana that will meet every guest’s needs. Harbour Club Statia is located next door to the hotel, where they serve breakfast daily, lunch and dinner.