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Waves creep up the shore and then recede into the ocean before being born again. The smoldering sun makes its gradual descent toward the horizon, painting the atmosphere with ephemeral shades of amber, azure, and magenta. As you take another moment to appreciate the impeccable view, a sense of romance rushes over you. You can’t quite put your finger on it, but the feeling is reminiscent of your youth and transports you to a time of familiarity. But how could that be, you wonder? Never before have you set foot anyplace overflowing with such breathtaking beauty, let alone this particular sliver of paradise. In the distance, wind carries sailboats slowly across the sea, and your gaze settles on a pristine egret slicing through the sky. And that’s when it dawns on you. You’ve fallen in love with the island of St. Martin.
You followed your bliss and it led you to this beach. And now that you’re here, you’re not overthinking anything. Your worries are a world away, and your heart is as open as it’s ever been. Now’s the time to fall in love all over again or for the very first time. And it all starts by booking a stay at one of the all-inclusive hotels in St. Martin like the Sonesta Ocean Point All Inclusive Resort.
Before taking off for a trip to this remote Atlantic island, here are a few key things to keep in mind:
Heading to the beach from your St. Martin all-inclusive hotel? Feel free to leave your clothes behind and arrive in a towel as birthday suits are optional attire on most sandy spots around the island. But if you do slip into a bikini or board shorts before spending time near the water, going shopping or dining in swimwear is generally frowned upon. Otherwise, the fashion on St. Martin is largely informal—exactly as you’d expect in such a relaxed atmosphere. Airy, loose-fitting fabrics and sundresses are a staple of many local women’s wardrobes, while most men’s closets consist of shorts, sandals, and colorful polo shirts. And seeing as the island gets so much sun, hats are also recommended here throughout the year.
The hurricane season in St. Martin typically spans from June until November, with the majority of significant storms making landfall in September and October. Outside of these months, guests can expect relatively little precipitation and temperatures ranging from the mid-70s to the mid-80s. The driest time of year on St. Martin is usually from mid-December through April, which is why this is the most expensive time to visit the island.
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