Additional Features: Located over the Simpsonbay Lagoon; live music five nights a week; open 7 days a week. Adjacent to The Royal Turtle Inn - 8 rooms and Turtle Marina.
St. Maarten Restaurants
If you want to get away from cookie-cutter restaurants, you've come to the right place.
Not only does Turtle Pier offer a broad selection of outstanding traditional Caribbean and American meals from breakfast through lunch and dinner . . . we also offer surroundings that whisk you away from the commonplace, and entertainment that will give you long-lasting smiles and great memories.
Rated by Clara on 07/12/05 Beware! Great for dinner, but horrible for hotel stay. No privacy. Very noisy-you can hear people outside your room, especially restaurant vistors and people in adjacent rooms. No phones in rooms. Office only open limited hours. No one to contact in case you need something at certain hours. No clock in room either. Very no frills. Only 8 rooms very small place. Bad security. The cleaning person left the door open to the adjacent room and we were able to get into their room. Pillows on beds were uncomfortable. There was no one available to request additional pillows. Also, there was a bedspread and a sheet-no blanket made with the bed. The pool was dirty and unusable. Dull flourescent lighting in room with dozens of dead bugs stuck in lights. No shower privacy. People from outside could see me take a shower because of inadequate coverage from window. Free breakfast comes with stay. We were served spoiled milk with our coffee-beware! We only stayed one night and would never stay here again. Others have cancelled their reservations because of our bad experience here. We are frequent visitors to the island and this was a horrible experience. They do have good lobster (Wed. is lobster night) at their restaurant, but I won't be coming back again to stay at the hotel.