Royal Palm Beach Resort features two bedroom units, welcoming you to beach front accommodations, without exception. All units feature a balcony or terrace overlooking the ocean. Enjoy the beautiful pool, indulge in a nice massage, or plan your adventure with our Activities Department.
Stroll on the secluded white sandy beaches, as brilliant blue waters meet the skyline. Celebrate Caribbean culture by moving with the beat of steel bands. Let yourself go by attending "jump-up" parades featuring beautifully colored costumes, floats, and live bands as well as beauty contests and other competitions.
Royal Palm Beach Resort charges the following mandatory fees:
Timeshare Usage Tax - $50 per occupied unit per week. This fee is required by the St. Maarten government
Incidental Deposit - $100
Departure fee - $30 payable at the airport. However, most commercial airlines include this fee in the price of the airline ticket. Please consult with the airline to determine if the departure fee is included or not. This fee is subject to change without prior notice.
Royal Palm Beach Resort offers two-bedroom accommodations that can sleep up to six guests. The rooms feature a fully-equipped kitchen, TV with DVD player, safe, an amenity kit in the bathroom, and a balcony or patio with ocean views. The resort itself features jet ski rentals, massage services, a gift shop, laundry facilities, on-site parking, and safe deposit boxes.
Cable TV w/DVD player
Balcony or terrace
The Netherlands Antilles are a group of islands in the Caribbean that are part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Originally discovered by Spanish explorers in the 1490s, the islands quickly came under the control of the Dutch West Indian Company, which used them as military outposts and trade bases. Though they were treated as hotly-contested trading and military assets among the English, French, and Dutch throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, the Netherland Antilles soon became known as an unlikely pioneer of progressive government, first abolishing slavery in 1863 and then granting universal suffrage to its citizens in 1948.
St. Maarten was named after the Christian bishop Saint Martin of Tours by Christopher Columbus. Between 1648 and 1816, the French and Dutch struggled on-and-off for control of the island. By 1848, they had stopped fighting, and the French controlled twenty-one square miles to the Netherlands' sixteen. Today, both sides of St. Maarten are popular tourist destinations, and the island itself is a profoundly diverse place with heritage from Africa, France, Britain, and the Netherlands.